I am a native Montanan, married to a native Montanan with two daughters. We have lived in Cut Bank since the 90s, we raised two lovely daughters who both live in Las Vegas. My husband, Bob works at Torgerson's in Ethridge.
Mark Daniels made the trip to Cut Bank this morning to observe the recount of ballots for Glacier County Commissioner. The primary ballots, when originally counted showed challenger, Jamie Evans, leading incumbent Michael DesRosier by 42 votes...
Students contributed to the collection of scientific data as part of a NPS centennial project.
WEST GLACIER, MONT – The Crown of the Continent Research Learning Center (CCRLC) at Glacier National Park hosted 45 students from Flathead and Columbia Falls High Schools in Montana, De La Salle Collegiate High School from Warren, Michigan, and Luther College from Decorah, Iowa for the Glacier Lake Ecology BioBlitz on May 25-26th. Students observed loons nesting, feeding, calling, and interacting on lakes in the North Fork area of Glacier National Park.
(White Sulphur Springs, Mont.) – If your next road trip includes a swing through rural Montana, chances are you might be asking yourself, “What’s up with those Ants?”
Today, the Red Ants Pants Music Festival kicked off a new effort to showcase rural communities and industries that enrich Montana as part of the lead up to the festival July 28th – 31st. Last year, the festival launched a guerrilla marketing campaign taking Made-in-Montana steel cut red ants signs across the state to draw attention to Montana’s most beautiful and iconic places.
The Crown of the Continent Research and Learning Center at Glacier National Park is hosting a brown bag luncheon presentation by watercolor artist-in-resident Suze Woolf on Friday, June 17 from 12:00pm -1:00pm at the park's Community Building in West Glacier...
POLSON, Mont. (AP) — A western Montana woman says her family, including two children, lived for more than two months in a trailer with the decomposing body of her husband's 18-year-old cousin in the shower, covered with clothes...
WEST GLACIER, MONT. – Yesterday, Glacier National Park Rangers euthanized a black bear in Apgar Village, a populated area of the Park, after several reports in which the bear exhibited apparent food-conditioned behavior.
On Tuesday, June 7, the same bear was involved in an incident at Fish Creek Campground in which the bear grabbed food out of an open vehicle trunk at an occupied campsite while campers were eating at a picnic table a few feet away. The bear consumed the food and left the area. Park rangers set a trap for the bear but the bear was not caught.
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