Families got a holiday treat Saturday, as two live reindeer made an appearance in Helena.
Helena Valley News
Troy Purcell will take over for six-time NAIA national champion Mike Van Diest, who announced his retirement last month.
The Montana State Capitol Christmas ornament for 2018 has been revealed.
The meeting took place before the president’s speech and Cooney brought his oldest son, Ryan, just five years old at the time.
Law enforcement across the state say it’s not unusual this time of year to see deer that have gotten their antlers caught in Christmas lights or other yard decorations.
A house in the Helena Valley is catching the eyes of many this holiday season.
Helena City Commissioners unanimously agreed Monday on the first passage of an ordinance temporarily suspending a part of city code, which prevents medical marijuana dispensaries from operating in city limits.
President George H.W. Bush visited Helena in September 18, 1989 to help Montana celebrate its centennial.
Bullock and Arntzen joined students during the “Hour Of Code” to highlight the importance of computer science education.
A judge set bond at $100,000 for a man accused of robbing a Helena business.
Dozens of volunteers embraced their creativity Monday as they handcrafted holiday-themed stockings for newborns.
The First Special Service Force, an elite unit created to handle specialized, dangerous missions during World War II, was trained at Fort Harrison in Helena.
The Lewis and Clark County coroner has released the name of a woman who died after being hit by a car in Helena Friday night.
Helena’s Toys for Tots program celebrated one of its biggest fundraisers of the year Saturday night.
Shoppers in Helena have a chance this weekend to check out a variety of locally made arts and crafts.