Carroll President John Cech laid out his recommendations for cuts and reorganization.
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The Helena Education Foundation surprised six teachers with “Great Ideas Grants” totaling more than $20,000.
The Helena YMCA held their annual “Campaign Kickoff Breakfast” Wednesday morning and presented conceptual plans for a potential new facility.
The State Capitol implemented its first electric wheelchair charging station Tuesday.
This winter, a Helena man gave a life-altering gift to someone he’s never met and may never meet.
Winter weather has caused many residents to deal with the inconvenience of frozen pipes.
Fire mitigation experts say now is the time to start preparing your property for potential wildfires even with the snow and freezing temperatures.
A group of Helena students has helped put together a bill this legislative session, that they hope will help address gun safety in Montana.
The Montana Department of Justice has issued a Missing and Endangered Person Advisory for a two-year-old Helena boy.
Crowds gathered in Helena Saturday for some fast-paced winter action.
Blocked sidewalks filled with snow can be dangerous for people trying to navigate their way around town and is especially the case for those who use walkers or wheelchairs.
Gulch Distillers brought home two top awards from the 2019 American Craft Spirits Association.
After years of discussion, the Lewis and Clark County Commission has approved new zoning rules for the area around Fort Harrison.
A quintet of young musicians from Helena have been selected to participate in the prestigious All-Northwest performing group this week.
Demolition of Helena’s Capital Hill Mall started at 8 a.m. Thursday.