On Sunday, the Lewis and Clark County Fairgrounds played host to more than 100 people, bidding on 99 pigs.
Helena Valley News
St. Peter’s Health has begun a major renovation for its operating rooms.
On Saturday, about 20 people gathered at the Silos Recreation Area on Canyon Ferry Lake to bring new life to thousands of discarded Christmas trees from the Helena area.
Real Food Market and Deli has running water again after dealing with a frozen water main since Monday.
By the end of the school year, all 10th-, 11th- and 12th-grade students at Jefferson High School will be certified in “Teen Mental Health First Aid.”
Student artwork from around the state was recognized for the 2019 ‘Montana Ag in Color’ Drawing Contest.
Carroll College’s anthrozoology dogs are in need of new homes by April 23.
City Manager Ana Cortez confirmed to MTN that Fire Chief Mark Emert resigned his position Friday.
Sublime with Rome, SOJA, and Common Kings are set to headline the 1st annual Last Chance Music Fest on June 29, 2019.
For 45 years, Carroll College has successfully graduated over 1,000 students with Bachelor’s Degrees in Science Nursing.
Helena-area tavern owners say addressing DUIs takes input from all sides.
State agencies are donating medical equipment to help a Tribal Healthcare Apprenticeship program on the Fort Belknap Indian Reservation.
We remember him as a dedicated journalist with a passion for storytelling and helping others.
Helena firefighters are no strangers to going a step above for someone in need and Tuesday they got the chance to meet one of the lives they are helping.
A busy intersection in one Helena neighborhood looks a little different with the installation of a traffic calming device Tuesday.