On Friday, firefighters, law enforcement, and community members got pied in the face at Safeway to raise money for Helena Food Share.
Helena Valley News
This year’s food drive was the most successful to date with more than 2,800 turkeys donated.
Helena Regional Airport leaders are making changes to their long-term parking system.
Helena city leaders will choose one of 11 candidates to fill an upcoming vacancy on the Helena City Commission.
Martha Sprague has been working at Macy’s for nine years.
The recycling events will take place on the last Friday of each month for six months.
They will next consider the proposals at their meeting on Tuesday, November 27.
The Helena Police Department is warning people about fake $20 bills that are being passed around town.
The deputy’s patrol vehicle was struck and the suspects drove away at a high rate of speed.
Helena Food Share and the Lewis & Clark Library are once again teaming up this Friday for their annual Turkey Challenge.
Each year more than 30 artists work at the Bray.
Lewis and Clark County is getting a second Justice of the Peace to help ease the workload on current Judge Michael Swingley.
1889 Coffeehouse is now open to the public after a ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday.
It may still be more than a month away from Christmas, but Helena area families are already getting into the holiday spirit by bringing joy to children overseas.
Mike Van Diest announced his retirement at a press conference Monday morning