The incentive gives youth ages 15 through 18 a free fitness pass to any of its locations in the U.S. and Canada from now until September 1.
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The animals at the Lewis and Clark Humane Society (LCHS) have a new outdoor napping area and cat tree thanks to the hard work of a local Eagle Scout.
Firefighters gathered at the corner of Last Chance Gulch and Lyndale on Friday to help raise money for muscular dystrophy research through their “Fill the Boot” fundraiser.
Local suicide-prevention advocates are challenging Lewis and Clark County businesses and organizations to do more to support service members, veterans and their families.
Helena Interim Police Chief Steve Hagen says Mayor Wilmot Collins has been cited following a minor traffic crash that occurred on May 20.
Every year, the Scripps National Spelling Bee brings in the best of the best from all over the world so that one can claim vocab victory.
In a large, rural state like Montana, EMS provide a critical service in giving care and saving lives.
Lewis and Clark County is asking for help updating a list of people who can volunteer in an emergency.
Ahead of Memorial Day, members of the Oro Fino chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution are remembering the women who came before them.
City officials, businesses, health professionals and residents came together at the City County Building on Wednesday to support a new tobacco ordinance in Helena.
A wall in the stairwell of Capital High School’s basement has been transformed over the last several years thanks to student imagination and effort.
A mountain lion found in city limits has been killed and removed by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
Hundreds of Helena High and Capital High seniors take part in the annual tradition of “Grad Walks” – returning to the schools they previously attended in the last weeks before they graduate.
Helena’s city manager has officially unveiled a preliminary budget for the next two years that she says will align with a new set of priorities for city leaders.
The Helena City Commission gave final approval Monday to new rules on where medical marijuana businesses in the city can operate.