Whitefish native Jake Sanderson and Team USA win the gold medal at the 2021 World Junior Hockey Championship.
The 42nd rendition of the Snow Joke Half Marathon will be a virtual race.
A virtual run is being held to honor the late Tony Banovich, a local running icon, and to help support Run Wild Missoula.
The playoffs continue down the Bitterroot, both on the courts and on the fields.
As playoffs begin, there is a lot of action happening down the Bitterroot.
The Corvallis boy’s soccer team won two playoff games in three days, the second of which went to double-overtime and then a penalty kick tiebr…
Despite a windy Friday night down the Bitterroot, there was still plenty of exciting football happening.
Things look a little different this year in all aspects of high school life, and cross country is no exception.
The rain, although very welcomed across Western Montana, made things a little difficult on the football fields last week.
Macee Greenwood got her first set of golf clubs from her parents when she was just five years old.
Corvallis volleyball is looking like another state champion team, beating Frenchtown 3-0, and going up 4-0. Coach Laurie Jones gave credit to …
The Vipers outscored opponents 40-4 in four games en route to winning the championship in Minneapolis.
Darby's Austin Ward made an impressive showing at Scholastic Clay Target Program Nationals last month in Ohio.
A love of volleyball — and sand — helps drive nonprofit Dig Missoula and its president, Paul Standen
Opening ceremonies are July 17 at Wendy’s Field at Daylis Stadium in Billings.
While sign ups had been delayed due to the novel coronavirus, registration for the 35th annual Big Sky State Games will begin June 1, with com…
The 2020 Missoula Marathon is canceled.
All three tournaments were scheduled to start the weekend of April 17-19.
BILLINGS — The status of the Montana USBC Association State Women's Bowling Tournament, set for Billings April 17-May 10, has not been impacte…
Five events are included in the spring sports lineup.
ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Longtime Montana resident Jessie Royer continued to lead the Iditarod early Saturday, pulling into the Nulato checkpoint f…
Jessie Royer was the first musher to reach the checkpoint in Ruby, a village less than halfway from the finish line, and a huge spread prepare…