Defining a province like Southwest Montana is subjective. For us, an imaginary line commences at Lolo Pass west of Missoula and moves east along Interstate 90 and the Clark Fork River to Garrison Junction. Then it follows Highway 12 over McDonald Pass to Helena. From there, our boundary exte…
Game wardens are looking for information on the poachings of two white-tailed deer bucks and a spike bull elk in southwest Montana within the past two weeks.
This spring, Belgrade residents will have a choice to either pay the same price of roughly $567,000 for fire-ambulance service or form a $3.3 million city-owned fire department.
Bridges have played a significant role in building our country and our state. They have made it possible for supplies and people to cross rivers and gorges to create farms, communities, businesses, and the culture of Montana as we know it.
Despite competing without three-time state champion John Mears, Belgrade’s wrestling team shined over the weekend at the Owen Invitational in Pablo.
CHURCHILL — Heading into Saturday night’s game, Jeff Bellach knew it was going to be a challenge.
CHURCHILL — Six different players connected from behind the arc Saturday night as Manhattan Christian routed its second consecutive opponent to begin the season.
MANHATTAN — A 9-0 run early in the fourth quarter stretched an eight-point lead to double figures, and Manhattan Christian cruised from there to open the season with a victory on the road Friday night.
MANHATTAN — Sam Leep and Josiah Amunrud combined for 42 points Friday night to lead defending Class C champion Manhattan Christian to a season-opening victory.
Following the best season in program history, Manhattan’s football team was well represented when All-State and all-conference honors were recently announced.
Three members of Manhattan Christian’s volleyball team earned All-State honors for their efforts this past season in District 11C, while another received all-conference accolades.
CHURCHILL — After verbally committing a year ago, Kellie Van Kirk made it official Friday afternoon.
I watched two cars go through a school bus red light stop sign recently. It’s a special needs bus and it picks up a couple of kids, on Jackrabbit Lane, by the middle school. This happens often.
Planning for Gallatin County’s future doesn’t just take cooperation and coordination between local governments, it needs one other key ingredient: public input.
The holiday season is upon us. Montana families across our state are giving thanks and enjoying quality time with their families and loved ones.
ALLSOP — Allan Allsop, 83, of Bozeman passed away Sun, Nov 24. No services are planned.
Delores Ann Johnson Fuhrman age 93 of Three Forks, Montana, passed away peacefully on November 13, 2019. She was born August 8, 1926, in Madison, Nebraska, to Charles Julius Johnson and Anna Josephine Ketelsen. Delores was the last surviving sibling out of 12 children. Delores met Del after …
WALKER — Jay C. Walker, 88, of Three Forks died Nov. 5. A memorial service will be held Sunday, Nov. 17, at the First Baptist Church of Three Forks at 12:30 p.m. with a lunch to follow. Walker, formally of Desert Hot Springs, Calif., was a resident of Three Forks since 2013. He married Jane …