TOWNSEND, Mont. June 17, 2021 — In response to the Deep Creek Canyon Fire, an area closure encompassing many developed recreational sites, roads and trails outside Townsend is in now effect. 

HELENA – Hunters interested in purchasing licenses or permits left over from the special license and permit drawing can do so from June 21 through July 21. This new process for the sale of surplus licenses began in 2020 in response to issues in years past. The old process was vulnerable to l…

HELENA – Hunters interested in participating in game damage hunt opportunities need to register online for the Hunt Roster beginning Tuesday, June 15, through MyFWP. The roster is used by Fish, Wildlife & Parks to quickly respond to landowners who are eligible for game damage assistance …

A Triffle a Truffle, a Happy pig snuffle. You’ve heard of em. Probably wondered about em. Maybe even tasted em. But what exactly are Truffles? And we aren’t talkin about those fancy bite-sized chocolates. Truffles are subterranean fungi grown near the roots of broadleaved trees such as oak o…

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Kaden & River are dropped off at Montana Tech for the week for The Clev football game! Good luck boys!

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WEST GLACIER, Mont., June 8, 2021 – More locations and services in Glacier National Park are gradually opening as summer gets closer. Glacier National Park is offering additional services and visitor opportunities as the summer season approaches. 

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GREAT FALLS, Mont., June 7, 2021—The C.M. Russell Museum is pleased to present Andy Warhol: Cowboys and Indians, featuring works by the legendary artist that portray iconic Western images, and the companion exhibition, Billy Schenck: Myth of the West, by the contemporary artist who founded t…

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Five lawyers with extensive legal and judicial experience have applied for an open judgeship in Cascade County, Montana’s 8th Judicial District. Applicants will soon be assessed by Gov. Greg Gianforte in the first test of his direct-appointment powers granted by Senate Bill 140, the law that…

JUNE 4, 2021 - The balance of power just shifted in Israel as the Pro-Hamas faction sold the Jews out to the New World Order. Benjamin Netanyahu just got the “Trump treatment.” Stabbed in the back by traitors calling themselves conservative and ousted from office.

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With the Cascade Butte as a backdrop, Pam Marquis opens up Memorial Day Services at beautiful Hillside Cemetery.  The Service included a special tribute to Dan Mortag, a gun salute, and concluded with Mr. Skogley playing TAPS.  Cascade remembers and honors its fallen heroes.

The same entrepreneurs behind Great Falls’ wildly successful Tracy’s Diner are back at it with their newest venture Street Burgers. This fast casual burger joint features a menu featuring the freshest ingredients sourced from local farms, ranches, and bakeries.

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Congratulations to our own Jodie Campbell for being awarded the "2021 Town Clerk of the Year" for the State of Montana!! Jodie was nominated by her town clerk peers in the State for going above and beyond her regular duties as she gives her all to the our community, an honor well-deserved!!

A total of 4,942 undergraduates have been named to the university's two honor rolls for the 2021 spring semester. Students must complete a minimum of 12 credit hours to be on either the President's List (4.0 GPA) or Dean's List (3.5 GPA or higher).

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The deadline to apply for special license drawings is June 1 for elk B, deer B, antelope and antelope B licenses. Hunters are encouraged to apply online at fwp.mt.gov.

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Once again, Taps Across America, an event Steve Hartman from CBS News started last year, is happening this year too! All you trumpet players, and others as well, are invited to step outside tomorrow, Monday, May 31, at 3;00 PM local time, and play taps -for your neighbor, for your community,…

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And so, with the tossing of their caps, the Cascade Class of 2021 went into the history books as being the first class to graduate from Cascade High School after spending their entire year going to school during the COVID-19 epidemic.  The event celebrated 25 seniors, some who had  been toge…

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In ancient Greece playwrights like Sophocles and Euripides would write their characters into some improbable situation where a reasonable resolution appeared highly unlikely. No problem, at the critical moment a god would be lowered from a crane onto the stage and save the day. That’s where …

The deceased person found in the Missouri River on May 14th has been positively identified as Tammy Goff.The medical examiner determined that Drowning is the cause of death and the manner of death is undetermined. 

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HELENA –Montana anglers have landed six new state record