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In Whitefish, Montana, anti-public lands and anti-Native groups converge
When Elaine Willman was a kid, her father worked as a traveling insurance salesman. Her family moved often; in second grade, she switched schools seven times across the Pacific Northwest. “I really don’t have a hometown,” the 75-year-old told me last weekend at a property rights summit in Whitefish,
Photos: Billings Central tops Whitefish, 3-0; heads to championship
Billings Central's Morgan Ferestad (2) celebrates with teammate Lauren Schwab (5) after scoring a goal against Whitefish in the second half of their Class A semifinal game at Wendy's Field at Rocky Mountain College on Saturday. The Rams won 3-0 and will play for the state championship next Saturday
Bactrian buddies: Kalispell man would walk a mile for a camel
“I really like him,” Watson says with a southern drawl, while sporting an ear-to-ear grin.
Sunday Conversation: Father, coaches molded Kalispell Flathead, Nebraska star Mark Gilman
Montana’s athletic history has seen multiple Treasure State natives crowned champions at various levels, from the thousands on the high school front to conference and national titles in college, but few, if any, boast the line on their resume Mark Gilman has — NCAA Football Division I national champ
Warm temperature for big game opener
"Actually we were on our way back to the truck when we saw it, so that's exciting," Trodgen told NBC Montana.
The 50 Most Affordable Ski Resorts in North America According To hometogo
hometogohas compiled a list of the most affordable ski resorts in North America. The website took into account the cost of ski rentals, lift ticket prices, lunch and accommodation to work out the best deals around.Ski Price Index 2019
Whitefish unveils affordable housing designs
“There’s a lot of concern, I think because it’s an older traditional neighborhood [with] a lot of single-family homes,” Homeword executive director Andrea Davis said.
The Blitz: Saturday's high school highlights (Oct. 20)
• In a clash between undefeated Class C 6-Man squads, No. 3 Grass Range-Winnett prevailed over No. 8 Roy-Winifred 47-30. GRW (10-0) scored on a number of big plays, including scoring runs of 30, 70 and 42 yards byZane Stahl. He also had a 46-yard TD pass toJacob Jessen. Roy-Winifred (8-1) received t
High school football standings (through Oct. 20)
Standings Through Oct. 20Class AAConf.OverallBozeman9-09-0Billings West8-18-1Helena7-27-2Kalispell Flathead7-27-2Billings Senior6-36-3Missoula Sentinel4-54-5Great Falls4-54-5Kalispell Glacier4-54-5Butte4-54-5Helena Capital4-54-5Great Falls CMR2-72-7Missoula Big Sky2-72-7Missoula Hellgate2-72-7Billin
The Boot Maven of Broadway - Flathead Beacon
These boots are headed to Malaysia for the Broadway touring production of “The Phantom of the Opera,” Battin said. The musical is one of Broadway’s most popular, with a 30-year run and ticket sales into 2020.
Disney Plans New Resort; More Hotels Coming Soon | Hotel Business
Located between Disney’s Wilderness Lodge and Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort & Campground, this resort project joins three others underway at the property, bringing a total of more than 1,700 new hotel rooms and proposed Disney Vacation Club villas online over the next four years.
Fish, Wildlife and Parks focus on chronic wasting disease prevention
FWP said to also report any deer that may look like they are infected. Symptoms of CWD may include poor body condition, drooling, drooping heads and more.
Your Freedom is at Risk - Flathead Beacon
At the local level, Bob Keenan, Randy Brodehl and Carl Glimm have shown that they are fiscally responsible and have the financial ability to analyze spending and eliminate waste in providing essential government services. Derek Skees, Mark Blasdel and Mark Nolan are experienced legislators who are h
Spotlight Event: Kettlehouse - Flathead Beacon
The Whitefish Theatre Company presents the premiere of “Kettlehouse” as the first main-stage theater production of its 40th anniversary season. Produced for the first time on stage, “Kettlehouse” is an outrageous comedy written by award-winning playwright Robert Caisley. Tickets are $20 for adults,
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
Flathead County Commissioner Gary Kruegar
Flathead County Commissioner Gary Kruegar chimes in on the 11,000 acre-feet of Hungry Horse Reservoir that will become available in the Upper Flathead Valley for future uses and claims. That’s 11,000 acre-feet they won’t have if the Flathead Nation water rights compact doesn’t get federal stamp of a
From Teddy to Trump, Presidents Have Been Visiting Montana for a Century - Flathead Beacon
Chester A. Arthur briefly entered the Montana Territory in 1883 during a tour of Yellowstone National Park. Twenty years later, by which time Montana had become a state, Theodore Roosevelt visited Butte, Helena and Gardiner. Roosevelt would go on to make two more visits to Montana in 1911 and 1918 a
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!”
Ammon Bundy taking land rights message on road again
"I'm gonna keep raising my kids and trying to be a good provider for my family and a good husband," he told reporters over the weekend. "Besides that, I have no immediate plans."
Enthusiasm high as Trump supporters wait in long lines for 6:30 p.m. rally
Seven hours before President Trump was due to speak at Missoula International Airport, the line of attendees already snaked around the parking area and into the fields.Those near the front had arrived in below-freezing temperatures, and had a long wait ahead of them. But Tom Hicks of Bigfork was in