The check was marked for nearly $2,000 and looked like a real check, but Pennartz said the letter seemed suspicious.
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The two longtime law enforcement officers running for the position have different views on how to address many of the county’s issues going forward.
The Montana Historical Society is celebrating its first ever Home Movie Day this weekend.
A Lewis and Clark County Sheriff’s Office patrol car is out of commission after it was involved in a crash on Wednesday.
Thousands of canned and nonperishable food items were delivered to the Holter Museum of Art on Tuesday for CANSculpture.
The City of Helena is currently sweeping leaves off city streets in the hardest hit areas of town.
St. Peter’s Health pharmacist Brian Heeney says it’s been a problem for some time.
The ceremony was largely dedicated to Lieutenant Colonel M. Herb Goodwin, for whom an event room in the office is dedicated to.
2018 Medicare open enrollment runs from October 15 to December 7 and the Rocky Mountain Development Council (RMDC) is reminding people to be aware of the new changes this year.
Being a Purple Heart recipient is the only requirement to be eligible for this program.
This week’s One Class At A Time recipient is kindergarten teacher Jessica Reynolds of Rossiter Elementary School
There was a variety of games and activities for all ages.
People who haven’t registered yet can go to the elections office in person through Election Day for late registration.
“Grandy Bars” went on sale Friday October 12 for $3 with all proceeds benefiting theatre performances and education.
The new facility will offer 67,000 square feet of space – more than double what the current school has.