May 30 is World Multiple Sclerosis Day. M.S., or multiple sclerosis, is an unpredictable and often debilitating disease that affects the central nervous system.
May 30, 2019
On Thursday the Lewis and Clark County Veterans Memorial Foundation held its traditional Memorial Day Remembrance to honor those who laid down their lives while serving.
After a year of fighting to keep its doors open, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Helena and Great Falls (BBBS) is happy to report that the organization has been financially stabilized.
Woodworking students at Helena High School have built and donated a series of picnic tables for YMCA’s Camp Child.
It’s been a month since Gov. Steve Bullock vetoed and appeared to kill a bill that redefines “wild bison” in Montana, saying the bill’s language would threaten bison hunts and create “an unacceptable level of confusion around bison management.”
One of Montana’s premiere leadership programs is accepting applications for its next class.
Rain, snowmelt, and saturated ground could lead to more flooding.
The Helena Police Department has officially started its downtown summer bike patrol.
The deadline to apply for a hemp license in Montana has been extended.
If you want to protect Montana’s beautiful waters, one of the most important things you can do is understand aquatic invasive species (AIS) — and know how to keep them out.
A Kalispell man who is accused of killing a 15-year-old girl after driving drunk and crashing into her house said he’s not guilty.
Augusta is drying out after flooding in northern Lewis and Clark County this week, but the work to clean up is just getting started.
Dry and warm conditions prevail as we head toward the weekend.
A few pop up afternoon thunderstorms possible