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Summer's New Menu - Flathead Beacon
Swarms of locals descended on the new Gunsight Bar and Grill during its opening weekend, June 7-9, taking in the handiwork that Carloss and his army of contractors have done to breathe life into the Nucleus Avenue bar that was most recently known as the Bandit. And while the Bandit sometimes attract
New Blood Provider Moves Into Valley - Flathead Beacon
As of April, Kalispell Regional Medical Center has been working withUnited Blood Servicesfor the hospital’s various blood needs. As of July 1, the company will also be the blood provider at North Valley Hospital in Whitefish, according to Tesia Hummer, marketing and communications specialist with Un
Whitefish Steering Committee asks community for input on tourism impact
"Of course we like to keep the place full, and we are very busy in the summer," said Barberis.
Zinke linked to real estate deal with Halliburton chairman
Some say that a business partnership between Halliburton and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke or his wife, Lola, would cross ethical lines. | POLITICO Illustration/AP Photos
Bias Brewing Opens in Downtown Kalispell - Flathead Beacon
Bias Brewing officially opened and features six beers brewed in house, cold brew coffee, and food from Food For The Soul 2.
Keep faithful Tester working for MT
In Montana, hard work is valued and our word is our bond. You would think that Matt Rosendale would make an effort to follow through on his commitment to attend the first debate of the election. Instead, Rosendale decided to duck questions and schmooze with D.C. lobbyists and donors — and backed out
Kalispell Detective Named Montana Officer of the Year - Flathead Beacon
After high school, Webster joined the Navy where she was a linguist for five years. Webster got married and started a family in her late 20s, but later separated from her husband and moved back to the Flathead Valley. Webster was almost 30, a single-mother of two and wondering what she should do nex
"Knock It Off!" - Flathead Beacon
7:45 a.m.A Kalispell man frantically called 911 when he discovered an elderly woman was unconscious. However, right in the middle of the 911 call, the elderly woman woke up and appeared to be fine. She was quite chatty.
Real Estate Market Trends: Land Parcel Prices - Flathead Beacon
Land costs more in Bigfork, right? Nope. Well, at least land is cheapest in Columbia Falls, right? Nope. Okay, well, it’s certain that land costs less per acre when buying bigger parcels, right? Not always.
Tester Fields Questions in Whitefish for Solo ‘Debate’ - Flathead Beacon
Appearing in Whitefish at what was slated to be the first debate following Montana’s June 5 primary election to select a Republican candidate in the closely watched U.S. Senate race, incumbent Democrat Jon Tester fielded questions alone after his newly minted opponent, State Auditor Matt Rosendale,
Two Bear Air rescues 13 people safely after camp floods
Two Bear Air rescued 13 people Tuesday morning, who were stranded in the Scapegoat Wilderness due to high, rushing waters and flooding.
ViZn Energy Systems Secures Funding, Restarts Operations - Flathead Beacon
The large-scale energy storage company, which develops highly complex zinc-based redox flow battery technology, began welcoming employees back in late May but held off on a public announcement until financial documents were finalized.
Kalispell man sentenced for punching bus driver
Garry Richard Moller, 27, had pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors, criminal endangerment and theft.
Whitefish Hires New Boys Basketball Coach - Flathead Beacon
Smith is a physical education teacher at the high school and has served as an assistant coach with the Bulldogs football, basketball, and track and field programs in recent years.
Spotlight Event: Taste of Kalispell - Flathead Beacon
The ninth annual Taste of Kalispell promises to be another delicious event. Attendees will savor local food and drink while enjoying the music of the Cocinando Latin Jazz Orchestra. Tickets are $30 for adults and $20 for kids 11-14 (10 and under can enter for free) and can be purchased at the Kalisp
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
ICE arrests 16 in Montana after U.S. Attorney General announces new 'zero tolerance' policy
Agents with Immigration Customs Enforcement have arrested 16 people in western and central Montana in the last month and charged nine, primarily from Mexico, with crimes related to being in the country illegally.All of the arrests occurred after U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions' announcement in e
Bullock, Kalispell health officials host roundtable on treatment effort
"What they've actually seen is a fundamental drop in the kids that end up being removed from their families, because they are providing the mom the support she needs to get her life into the right direction," said Bullock.
Kalispell Regional Healthcare CEO Addresses Financial Challenges, Vision for Future - Flathead Beacon
As Kalispell Regional Healthcare gears up to unveil a series of major infrastructure projects over the next year, administrators are grappling with a multi-faceted financial squeeze, due in part to those capital improvements and other growth-oriented investments, as well as cuts to Medicaid reimburs
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