Members of the Bitterroot Cross-Country Ski Club are on a mission to help others get outside and enjoy the winter wonderland that surrounds them.
The Corvallis High School Speech, Debate and Drama Team earned its 16th straight Division Championship in Drama at Frenchtown High School on Saturday against 13 schools from western Montana with 149 students.
The award comes with millions of dollars of funding that will be used to treat an estimated 10,000 acres of national forest lands and private lands.
The organizations claim the current wolf hunting and trapping regulations contain conflicting language and were changed without public participation.
Raquel Ranae Murray, 25, allegedly crashed into the rear end of a utility pickup truck while driving impaired.
Haeden Heath Muller, 19, was charged with felony burglary after allegedly kicking down a door and assaulting a man inside his home in the early morning hours of Jan. 23.
The SAT exam will move to a digital format in 2024 and will be shorter, administrators announced. A closer look at the changes and the reasons for them.
Lara Weatherly Tomov is on a mission to share the stories of Montanans taking action to benefit both the health of their communities and the landscapes that surround them.
Bob and Laurie Sutherlin of Stevensville recently placed a conservation easement on their farmlands that will forever protect more than 300 acres of some of most productive lands in the state.
Have a heart, send a Valentine. Sapphire Lutheran Homes is asking for valentines for the 150 residents on their campus.
Two Darby residents are starting an indoor, air rifle youth marksmanship club called the Bitterroot Marksmanship Club.
Nature Journaling is the process of slowing down to enjoy nature, making deep observations, and recording the experience.
The victim of a skiing accident at Lost Trail Ski Area last week has been identified as 25-year-old William Benjamin Brown of Colorado.
The Montana Department of Justice has appealed a Yellowstone County District Court judge’s preliminary injunction halting several new laws restricting abortion from taking effect.
Bill and Tammy Reed have always been known in the Sula community as people you could turn to in a pinch.
“Dancing to Movie Magic” is an amazing high-energy, collaborative live performance with Bitterroot String Ensemble, Groovz Dance Studio and Ballet Bitterroot Dance Academy on Jan. 21 and 22.
A proposal for a $15 million housing project that would add up to 58 townhouses in Hamilton could take a major step forward the first week of February.
Reported COVID cases in Ravalli County jumped significantly over the weekend.
Knights of Columbus Councils 6130 in Hamilton and 13093 in Stevensville held their annual Free Throw Contest at the Hamilton Middle School Gym on January 12.
Amber Dawn Ellis, 38, allegedly drove drunk with two children in her vehicle.
Ravalli County MSU Extension is hosting the sequel to their winter agricultural education program showcasing a variety of agriculture-related topics at local pubs in Hamilton.
The Bitterroot Health Auxiliary pledged a $50,000 match to the Bitterroot Health Foundation’s year-end campaign to help construct a Cancer and Infusion center at the Daly Hospital in Hamilton.
Two Bitterroot Valley schools are taking a break, others are noticing the increase in illness but are able to continue in-person classes.
The Bitterroot Celtic Society will hosts its annual Robert Burns Night on Saturday, Jan. 29. Tickets are going fast.
See for yourself how and where COVID-19 coronavirus is spreading, and how fast.
Critics say it's a continuation of a decades-old policy that kowtows to ranchers who don't want horses competing with their cattle and sheep for limited forage on BLM rangeland in 10 states.
“Montana jumps out compared to other states,” George Washington University post-doctoral researcher Katelyn O’Dell said of the state’s deaths related to wildfire smoke exposure.
Officials will not appeal a state ruling requiring Yellowstone County to pay damages to a transgender former employee who faced discrimination under the county's health insurance plan.
Highlights and top scorers from the night's hardwood action.
Since 2004, Montana has won 13 women's heptathlon and pentathlon Big Sky titles and Missoula Sentinel's Brooke Stayner hopes to further that tradition as a future Grizzly.
Listen Now Podcasts
Social scientist Dr. Lawrence Eppard is joined by editor-at-large of the Bulwark Bill Kristol and University of Baltimore law professor Kimberly Wehle. Both Kristol and Wehle help sort through elector fraud in the 2020 presidential election and how to fix the Electoral Count Act.
Episode 30: Richard Kyte and Scott Rada also discuss whether automated traffic enforcement is a better way to keep people safe.
Social scientist Dr. Lawrence Eppard is joined by Bob Inglis, a former Republican South Carolina Congressman, to talk about how conservative principles can help solve the problem of climate change, the future of the GOP, and more.
Social scientist Dr. Lawrence Eppard is joined by a political scientists to discuss a variety of topics including Joe Manchin, the Electoral Count Act, the future of American political parties, and more!
During a call on Tuesday, Jan. 25, 'Jackass' star and co-creator Johnny Knoxville talks heading to St. Louis for the WWE Royal Rumble on Saturday, Jan. 29.
In a recent interview with Marc Maron for his podcast, WTF with Marc Maron, the 52-year-old actor spoke about limits in comedy and brought up his confusion over Disney's upcoming live-action remake starring Rachel Zegler as Snow White.
CNBC reports Bob Dylan has sold the entirety of his recorded discography to Sony Music Entertainment. The deal will reportedly include every recorded work dating back to 1962.