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This Is Not the Wild Wild West, Sir - Flathead Beacon
6:10 a.m.A Columbia Falls woman called 911 because there was a man sleeping in his car at the end of her driveway. The woman knocked on the car window and told him to leave, to which he responded, “No! I’m not leaving!”
Kalispell reports increase in building permits issued
According tocity documents, almost 300 building permits were issued through Oct. 10. These include residential and commercial construction, as well as remodeling, additions and repairs.
Hungry Horse Man Sentenced to Prison for Assault With a Weapon - Flathead Beacon
According to court records, McCully was at a bar in Hungry Horse on Sept. 8, 2017 when he got into an argument with another patron. Eventually the bartender asked McCully to leave the bar and witnesses state the man was visibly angry and even threatened to “hurt” the other patron.
Firefighters Douse Blaze at Kalispell Print Shop - Flathead Beacon
No one was injured during the incident. The cause of the fire remains under investigation, but according to a press release, an electrical issue is the likely culprit.
Can't You See I'm Naked Here! - Flathead Beacon
9:20 a.m.A Kalispell man reported that a dog showed up at his home the previous night and now it won’t leave.9:24 a.m.Ammo was stolen in Marion.10:25 a.m.A Columbia Falls man was innocently lying naked on his couch when his “nosy neighbor” walked into his house.10:56 a.m.A dog was bothering horses i
Tracking Montana’s Ballot Initiatives - Flathead Beacon
Jason Cohen, chief medical officer for North Valley Hospital, and Jason Spring, chief strategic officer at Kalispell Regional Healthcare, have been making the case for why the initiative is so important in presentations throughout the community.
Rozet first-grade teacher chosen state's teacher of year
Valerie Bruce knew something was up.The 32-year-old teacher used the five senses she had her first-grade students employ in their pumpkin investigation Tuesday afternoon and by doing so, she almost ruined the surprise.A pinky promise and two “flat-out lies” had led her to this point, standing with R
Real Estate Market Trends - Flathead Beacon
Let’s look at the residential land sales trends, across the Flathead, by city (see chart). I’ve excluded anything above $3,000,000, and I’ve also negated parcels on navigable water (such skews the pricing exceptionally). I’ve included the Polson area, too. Left and right halves of the chart break th
Classic pre-war Packard that is affordable as well as collectible
From 1899 through 1953, Packard Motor Cars built some of the finest vehicles in the world, rivaling Rolls-Royce and any other prestigious European brand. The company slogan was “Ask the Man who Owns One,” which said everything that needed to be said about the quality of the cars.
Kalispell Prepares for Leaf Pickup - Flathead Beacon
Residents are encouraged to rake their leaves into the street, about two feet from the curb, and are asked the make sure that there are no rocks, dirt, cans, bottles or branches in their pile. Vehicles cannot be parked along the curb during leaf pickup operations.
Bigfork’s Bryn Morley Earns Top 40 Finish at NCAA Pre-Nationals - Flathead Beacon
Morley, a freshman at Northern Arizona University, finished 39th at the NCAA Pre-Nationals in Madison, Wisconsin on Oct. 13, completing the 6K course in 21:00.4. The Bigfork native was the top finisher for NAU, helping the Lumberjacks to a ninth-place finish as a team.The race marked the first natio
Arby's releases new Seared Duck Breast Sandwich at select locations, Utah included
The sweet combination of duck breast, smoked cherry sauce, crispy onions all on a signature Arby's bun is only available at certain locations.
Hunter survives brutal grizzly bear attack in Montana - Oil City News
The 57-year-old Hayden, Idaho, man says he and a friend were bow hunting for elk just north of Yellowstone National Park when the roughly 500-pound grizzly bear charged.
FVCC reports increased student enrollment
Right now, 2,363 students are enrolled to take classes at FVCC, an 8-percent increase from last year. Full-time student enrollment is up nearly 1.7 percent, bringing that number to 1,767, FVCC President Jane Karas said.
Boutique Le Marché by NP Opens in Whitefish - Flathead Beacon
The Le Marché by NP Flagship Boutique, envisioned and owned by local entrepreneur and creative director Jordana Woodland, opened its doors on Sept. 29. The custom-designed space invites customers to immerse themselves in the ultimate shopping experience, featuring an array of high-quality women‘s an
Protesters Greet ‘New Code of the West’ Conference in Whitefish - Flathead Beacon
Ammon Bundy’s father, Cliven Bundy, led a standoff against federal agents trying to seize his cattle in 2014 after the Bureau of Land Management said he had been grazing his animals on federal lands without paying the proper fees. In 2016, Ammon and his brother Ryan Bundy led a 40-day standoff at th
Spotlight Event: Whitefish Harvest Market - Flathead Beacon
When:Tuesday, Oct. 16, at 4 p.m.Where:Depot Park in WhitefishMore info:nourishtheflathead.orgHead to downtown Whitefish for the last Farmers Market of the season. The Harvest Market will feature fall veggies, baked goods and craft vendors. SNAP will be accepted and a $10 match will be provided. The
MDT Looks at Solutions for Dangerous U.S. Highway 2 Intersection - Flathead Beacon
Starting Oct. 22, MDT crews will be taking soil samples at the intersection of Dern Road, Springcrek Road and U.S. Highway 2. The soil samples will help engineers determine how solid the ground is and will be helpful in designing a new intersection. During the soil-sampling project, which is expecte
Gov Bullock Campaigns For Tobacco Tax Initiative In Whitefish
Governor Steve Bullock joined healthcare providers at North Valley Hospital in support of Initiative 185, October 15, 2018 in Whitefish, MT.
In and near Whitefish conference, dueling visions of Western policy
WHITEFISH — Lauralee O’Neil earned a standing ovation at the start of Sunday’s “New Code of the West” conference.The gathering, organized by O’Neil’s “This West is OUR West” organization and featuring Ammon Bundy and others at odds with federal policy, has drawn the ire of Montana human rights and c