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Polson Father's Day Special! Gigantic Multi-Family Yard Sale...

Polson Father's Day Special! Gigantic Multi-Family Yard Sale, Thurs, June 14th through Sun, June 17th, 8am-6pm, early birds welcome. 34696 Courville Trl. 20+ firearm collection, ammo & gun supplies, optics, hunting, trapping, tons of fishing & camping, tools, compressor, furniture, household items,


Kalispell man, 41, identified as Olney crash victim

June 18, 2018 at 9:31 am | Daily Inter Lake A man killed in a single vehicle crash on Saturday near Olney has been identified as 41-year-old Rian Erik Britt.The Kalispell resident was driving southbound on U.S. 93 at around 6:30 a.m. when the vehicle left the roadway and rolled.Britt was alone in th

DAILY INTERLAKE - 2018-06-18 09:31:00

Kalispell man killed in single-vehicle crash in Flathead County near Olney

The vehicle hit a driveway approach around mile marker 142 and the man, who was not wearing his seatbelt, was partially ejected.

GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE - 2018-06-17 04:09:00

SKHA gives new life in Pablo to sinking homes from Hot Springs

SKHA consulted with Tribal Lands Department to find suitable land to rebuild in Hot Springs. However, after an evaluation of the low-rent waiting list, the demand for family choices at the town of Hot Springs was non-existent.


Fatal crash under investigation near Olney

A fatal crash occurred at approximately 6:20 A.M. this morning near Mile Marker 142 on U.S. 93 near the town of Olney. A 41-year-old male from Kalispell driving a Cadillac escalade was traveling southbound on U.S. 93. The vehicle drifted off the left side of the road at mile marker 142 hit a drivewa


Yellowstone mineral withdrawal bill to get hearing next week

A bill to permanently block new mining claims on 30,000 acres of public land in the mountains north of Yellowstone National Park will be considered by a congressional subcommittee next week.The House Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources will hear testimony on the Yellowstone Gateway Protecti


KRH Program Helps Combat Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome - Flathead Beacon

Nationally, about six out of every 1,000 infants are born with neonatal abstinence syndrome. But locally, the number was significantly higher before the recent decline, according to KRH officials.


Missoula Early Learning Center to expand; businesses can reserve spots for employees ~ Missoula Current

In its early stages, an estimated $2 million expansion of the Missoula Early Learning Center could include an additional 10 rooms, allowing up to 220 children at the daycare center.

MISSOULACURRENT.COM - 2018-06-18 14:22:27

Charlo Man Accused of Threatening Women With Machete, Leading Cops on Chase - Flathead Beacon

According to Sheriff Don Bell, deputies responded to the Charlo area on June 9 after receiving a report of a man threatening two women with a machete and then driving recklessly through town. Deputies were able to locate Roylance and a brief pursuit ensued. Roylance drove into an alfalfa field near


Camp lets Flathead teens hone tech skills

PABLO — The computers were humming on the last day of the 2018 Native Tech Summer Camp. Inside a lab at Salish Kootenai College in Pablo, one of the Mac desktops played audio about chemical pollution; another, '80s-style video game music; yet another, a dramatic orchestral score. All were potential


Army veteran survives hardships, finds new purpose

Portrait of Nathan Brown in his home in Kalispell, Montana on Wednesday, June 6, 2018. Brown, who has survived homelessness, war, post-traumatic stress disorder and an attempted suicide, wears a hat with a badge that reads, "Bomb Squad: If you see me running, try to keep up" reminiscent of his time


CUTV News Radio spotlights Heather Roan Robbins

Ronan, MT– Heather Roan Robbins is an astrologer and interfaith minister specializing in intuition development. Intuition connects our intelligence, our instincts and our psychic information.


Bigfork Man Killed in Crash - Flathead Beacon

A 57-year-old Bigfork man was killed in a single-vehicle car crash on June 8.Flathead County Sheriff Chuck Curry identified the man killed as Timothy Mark Snyder.According to Curry, Snyder was the only person in the car when he drove off the road and into a tree near the intersection of Highway 35 a


Ongoing Charter Outage Affects Customers in Flathead Valley - Flathead Beacon

The outage was reported at approximately 7:35 p.m. Sunday night, according to Danielle Dunn, a Charter spokesperson.


Officials ID Bigfork man killed in crash

According to Flathead County Sheriff Chuck Curry, victim was Timothy Mark Snyder, 57, from Bigfork.


Grizzly killed by black bear hunter in northwestern Montana

KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) — Wildlife officials say a Pennsylvania man shot and killed a 500-pound grizzly bear while he was hunting for black bears in northwestern Montana.Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks spokesman Dillon Tabish said the adult male bear was killed May 20 on U.S. Forest Service land in t


Bigfork Brit: 1970 Morris Minor 1000 Van

Bigfork, Montana is one of the last places on the planet where I would expect to see a 1970 Morris Minor 1000 van, but that’s where this nice little example is located. The seller has it postedon Craigslistwith an asking price of $4,500. Jamie is our resident expert on British vehicles so hopefully


Public Gets First Look at Potential Rail Trail Designs - Flathead Beacon

After a week of community meetings, open houses and historic rail motorcar tours, Kalispell residents got their first look at what a new trail through downtown could look like.


Police Chief Search Delayed Until Fall - Flathead Beacon

The City of Kalispell will not be hiring a new police chief until at least this fall, officials announced last week. City Manager Doug Russell said the city wants to take more time to fill the important position.The city began looking for a new chief after long-time leader Roger Nasset announced he


Frenchtown mill owners warned of liability for toxins

With evidence showing toxic materials have already leaked out of a former pulp mill by Frenchtown, Montana authorities have warned the parties connected to the Smurfit-Stone Container site they may have to pay for damage to the environment.State Attorney General Tim Fox, Confederated Salish and Koot