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Student Athlete of the Week: Shelby's Brittany Brusven

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Shelby's Brittany Brusven helped rid parks in her hometown of tobacco while also raising money to help a Coyote fan fight cancer

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Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Capital's Justin Jenks

Capital Bruins senior Justin Jenks has a simple recipe for success in wrestling, football, and track.

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Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Belt's Jordan Swanson

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School, sports and community service - these are Belt senior Jordan Swanson's commitments.

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Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Christian Bloch

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As the point guard for the Sunburst Refiners, Christian Bloch is tasked with leading his team, a role that comes naturally to him. "I've always wanted to be a leader, not just on the court," said Bloch. 

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Student Athlete of the Week: Foothills Basketball Player Ben Fried

Foothills Community Christian basketball player Ben Fried helps the Great Falls community in a number of different ways. He works as a technician at church, packs lunches at the food bank, and helps people at a transitional housing facility.

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Mattress Firm Student-Athlete of the Week: Capital's Brian Buschini

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Points scored in the kicking game at Capital High School this football season raised money to fight childhood cancer. 

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Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Helena's Dane Rieger

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Helena High senior Dane Rieger is playing his second season as a Helena Bighorns defenseman. The 6-ft., 200-lb. lefty has already set career-highs for goals and assists. 

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Student Athlete of the Week: Great Falls Central's Isaac Armstrong

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Student Athlete of the Week: Great Falls Central's Isaac Armstrong

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Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Belt's Hannah Schweitzer

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Hannah Schweitzer is used to being in the spotlight at Belt High School. The senior cheerleader is at every sporting event supporting her classmates. 

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Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Fort Benton's Andy Giles

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As the star guard for the Fort Benton Longhorns, Andy Giles is always looking to set teammates for success. For Giles, however, this is a skill that transcends the court. 

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Mattress Firm Student-Athlete of the Week: Helena's Taelyr Lieberg

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Helena High Bengals senior volleyball player Taelyr Lieberg has already started a career in the medical field. 

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Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Shelby's Andrew Johnson

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Shelby's Andrew Johnson is not only making his community a better place; his outreach has an impact on a global scale

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Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Malta High School's Jayce Bishop

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In a small community like Malta, it's hard to miss someone like Jayce Bishop who's constantly getting involved.

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Student Athlete of the Week: Great Falls Central's Bre Cook

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Whether she's in the outfield or doing one of her many community service projects, Mustang Bre Cook goes all in. 

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Student Athlete of the Week: Great Falls Central's Rachel Ryan

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Student Athlete of the Week: Great Falls Central's Rachel Ryan

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Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Conrad's Brooke Mycke

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After games in the Conrad gym, when fans file out the doors and start to drive home, one athlete sticks around. 

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Student Athlete of the Week: Foothills' Daniel Johnson

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Student Athlete of the Week: Foothills' Daniel Johnson

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2/9: Fairfield's Ryder Meyer - Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week

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After Fairfield's Ryder Meyer found out one of his closest friends, Lauryn Goldhahn, had been in a fatal car accident, he immediately flew out with other students to Seattle.

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Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: CMR's Max Sechena

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From the football field and the wrestling mat, to his school and community, and soon to his country, you will always see Max Sechena getting involved.

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Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Capital's Jaley Priddy

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For two weeks, Jaley Priddy put her words to use.  She hand wrote 1400 notes over two weeks to lift the spirits of students at Capital High School. 

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Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: CMR's Sam Payne

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To some, being a three sport athlete all four years of high school may seem like enough to fill your time. But to CMR's Sam Payne, that's only the beginning of what she does.

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Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week Jefferson's Nate Brunett

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Nate Brunett wrestles in the 160-pound weight class. As a sophomore, he was All-State. Impressive, considering he tried wrestling after being cut from the basketball team.

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11/17: Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week - Fairfield's Chandler Allen

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Fairfield senior Chandler Allen does everything for the Eagles football program. He plays on both sides of the ball and is one of the best players on the team.

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10/10 Senior Standout: Great Falls High's Sarah Dutro

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The motto for the Great Falls High Lady Bison is, "Champions aren't born, they're made." That motto is especially true for senior captain Sarah Dutro.

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Mattress Firm Student Athlete of the Week: Anie Lawlor

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Capital's Anie Lawlor teaches Spanish in her spare time

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Lawlor named student of the week

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Helena High Senior Anie Lawlor plays soccer for the Bengals. The two-time all-state performer also takes time to teach first and second graders Spanish. For these reasons and more, she’s our student athlete of the week. 

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Student Athlete of the Week Presented by Mattress Firm: Tyler Stevens

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Student Athlete of the Week Presented by Mattress Firm: Tyler Stevens

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  • MSU releasing vintage Bobcats t-shirt design

    MSU releasing vintage Bobcats t-shirt design

    Wednesday, April 25 2018 6:21 PM EDT2018-04-25 22:21:49 GMT

    BOZEMAN - Montana State University is honoring its 125th anniversary by re-releasing a retro T-shirt. MSU architecture professor Henry Sorenson designed the shirt in 1984 to commemorate the Bobcat's unlikely win of the Division 1-AA national football championship, according to an MSU press release. Sorenson still remembers a legendary Bobcats game on a freezing, 20-below day. The Bobcats beat a team from Arkansas State and advanced to the national game. “It was an amazin...

    BOZEMAN - Montana State University is honoring its 125th anniversary by re-releasing a retro T-shirt. MSU architecture professor Henry Sorenson designed the shirt in 1984 to commemorate the Bobcat's unlikely win of the Division 1-AA national football championship, according to an MSU press release. Sorenson still remembers a legendary Bobcats game on a freezing, 20-below day. The Bobcats beat a team from Arkansas State and advanced to the national game. “It was an amazin...

  • Sen. Tester leads investigation into allegations against VA Secy. nominee

    Sen. Tester leads investigation into allegations against VA Secy. nominee

    Tuesday, April 24 2018 9:22 PM EDT2018-04-25 01:22:14 GMT

    Allegations came to light on Tuesday that the president's nominee for Secretary of the Veterans Affairs Department may have over-prescribed drugs and been drinking on the job. Leading the investigation into these allegations? Montana's senior senator, U.S. Senator Jon Tester (D-MT).

    Allegations came to light on Tuesday that the president's nominee for Secretary of the Veterans Affairs Department may have over-prescribed drugs and been drinking on the job. Leading the investigation into these allegations? Montana's senior senator, U.S. Senator Jon Tester (D-MT).

  • 'Testicle Festival' in Montana no more

    'Testicle Festival' in Montana no more

    Monday, April 23 2018 10:20 PM EDT2018-04-24 02:20:07 GMT

    It's known as 'the craziest, most unpredictable festival' in Montana-- Testicle Festival. After 35-years, the Testy Fest is no more. Matt Powers, who is the owner of Rock Creek Lodge where the festival has been held for the past 35 years, said on Monday that the festival is canceled "due to social media, lawsuits, and general liability concerns."

    It's known as 'the craziest, most unpredictable festival' in Montana-- Testicle Festival. After 35-years, the Testy Fest is no more. Matt Powers, who is the owner of Rock Creek Lodge where the festival has been held for the past 35 years, said on Monday that the festival is canceled "due to social media, lawsuits, and general liability concerns."

  • Take Flight: An aerial tour of two of Montana's Wilderness Study Areas

    Take Flight: An aerial tour of two of Montana's Wilderness Study Areas

    Monday, April 23 2018 4:42 PM EDT2018-04-23 20:42:16 GMT

    Wilderness Study Areas: hundreds of thousands of acres of some of Montana's wildest lands. But these public lands may look a lot different in the future. Aboard an EcoFlight, ABC FOX Montana's Angela Marshall flew over two Wilderness Study Areas to find out more about the storm brewing between the summits.

    Wilderness Study Areas: hundreds of thousands of acres of some of Montana's wildest lands. But these public lands may look a lot different in the future. Aboard an EcoFlight, ABC FOX Montana's Angela Marshall flew over two Wilderness Study Areas to find out more about the storm brewing between the summits.

  • Montana Treasure: Serving up 130+ burgers at Parker's in Drummond

    Montana Treasure: Serving up 130+ burgers at Parker's in Drummond

    Monday, April 23 2018 2:13 PM EDT2018-04-23 18:13:56 GMT

    Just off of Interstate-90 in the small ranching community of Drummond, sits Parker's, a small, family-owned and operated restaurant that is serving up an eye-popping array of burgers. 139 burgers to be exact.

    Just off of Interstate-90 in the small ranching community of Drummond, sits Parker's, a small, family-owned and operated restaurant that is serving up an eye-popping array of burgers. 139 burgers to be exact.

  • Montana Treasure: Lending a helping hand to get books in little hands

    Montana Treasure: Lending a helping hand to get books in little hands

    Monday, April 23 2018 2:13 PM EDT2018-04-23 18:13:04 GMT

    Statistics from the Department of Education show that 61-percent of low-income families in America have no books in the home for their pre-school children to read. It's a crucial time when reading development takes place. At just 12-years-old, Hattie Neesvig of Trout Creek is already fostering learning in her community. 

    Statistics from the Department of Education show that 61-percent of low-income families in America have no books in the home for their pre-school children to read. It's a crucial time when reading development takes place. At just 12-years-old, Hattie Neesvig of Trout Creek is already fostering learning in her community. 

  • Trump says US prepared to sustain Syria strikes

    Trump says US prepared to sustain Syria strikes

    Friday, April 13 2018 9:29 PM EDT2018-04-14 01:29:50 GMT

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    President Donald Trump says he is "prepared to sustain" strikes against Syria until the use of chemical agents stops.

  • Only minor injuries reported in 2 separate car crashes near Lolo

    Only minor injuries reported in 2 separate car crashes near Lolo

    Monday, April 9 2018 10:09 PM EDT2018-04-10 02:09:32 GMT

    Two separate crashes on Highway 93 brought traffic to a standstill between Missoula and Lolo for several hours on Monday night. Luckily, only minor injuries were reported in both crashes.

    Two separate crashes on Highway 93 brought traffic to a standstill between Missoula and Lolo for several hours on Monday night. Luckily, only minor injuries were reported in both crashes.

  • Missoula mother 'devastated' when meth found at her daughter's daycare

    Missoula mother 'devastated' when meth found at her daughter's daycare

    Friday, April 13 2018 12:41 AM EDT2018-04-13 04:41:20 GMT

    The harsh reality is setting in as more than 60 families in Missoula now have to test their children for drug exposure, after a 'Y' Learning Center employee is accused of bringing meth to the facility. ABC FOX Montana's Angela Marshall spoke with one mother, who says she literally broke out in tears upon learning from the YMCA executive director that her daughter may have been exposed to meth.

    The harsh reality is setting in as more than 60 families in Missoula now have to test their children for drug exposure, after a 'Y' Learning Center employee is accused of bringing meth to the facility. ABC FOX Montana's Angela Marshall spoke with one mother, who says she literally broke out in tears upon learning from the YMCA executive director that her daughter may have been exposed to meth.

  • Bozeman fire crews respond to Fort Ellis fire

    Bozeman fire crews respond to Fort Ellis fire

    Wednesday, April 11 2018 1:24 PM EDT2018-04-11 17:24:09 GMT

    BOZEMAN - Fire crews responded Wednesday morning to a residential fire on Fort Ellis Road. Responders said the fire started in a chimney. The house is located on a steep, rocky driveway and was difficult for fire engines to access, but fire officials say no one was hurt and the blaze has been contained. Fort Ellis is a few minutes outside southeast Bozeman. From Bozeman Fire: #Bozemanfire responding per mutual aid request to Fort Ellis Fire District for reported residen...

    BOZEMAN - Fire crews responded Wednesday morning to a residential fire on Fort Ellis Road. Responders said the fire started in a chimney. The house is located on a steep, rocky driveway and was difficult for fire engines to access, but fire officials say no one was hurt and the blaze has been contained. Fort Ellis is a few minutes outside southeast Bozeman. From Bozeman Fire: #Bozemanfire responding per mutual aid request to Fort Ellis Fire District for reported residen...

  • The New York Times Reporter shares insight into covering Arlee Warriors suicide prevention movement

    The New York Times Reporter shares insight into covering Arlee Warriors suicide prevention movement

    Tuesday, April 10 2018 7:49 PM EDT2018-04-10 23:49:06 GMT

    It's a movement that started in the small Montana town of Arlee, and in just weeks the message of suicide prevention spread across the country with help from a recent cover in The New York Times Magazine. Immersed in the lives of the Arlee Warriors Boys Basketball team was reporter Abe Streep. ABC FOX Montana's Angela Marshall spoke with him,  just days after his article was posted online, to find out more about 'What the Arlee Warriors Were Playing For.'

    It's a movement that started in the small Montana town of Arlee, and in just weeks the message of suicide prevention spread across the country with help from a recent cover in The New York Times Magazine. Immersed in the lives of the Arlee Warriors Boys Basketball team was reporter Abe Streep. ABC FOX Montana's Angela Marshall spoke with him,  just days after his article was posted online, to find out more about 'What the Arlee Warriors Were Playing For.'

  • Sheriff's office finds no threat in Manhattan schools

    Sheriff's office finds no threat in Manhattan schools

    Monday, April 9 2018 10:27 PM EDT2018-04-10 02:27:20 GMT

    MANHATTAN, Mont - The high school and elementary in Manhattan are on soft lockdown and students have been sent home for the day. Superintendent Scott Speaks issued a message on Monday morning, saying that the administration found a "written message" that was concerning. 

    MANHATTAN, Mont - The high school and elementary in Manhattan are on soft lockdown and students have been sent home for the day. Superintendent Scott Speaks issued a message on Monday morning, saying that the administration found a "written message" that was concerning. 

  • Over 7,000 acres taken by the Roaring Lion Fire

    Over 7,000 acres taken by the Roaring Lion Fire

    Wednesday, August 3 2016 11:49 AM EDT2016-08-03 15:49:48 GMT
    Wednesday, August 3 2016 1:32 PM EDT2016-08-03 17:32:38 GMT

    Overnight the Roaring Lion Fire has consumed more land, growing to 7,100 acres. With 14 homes lost early this week, 50 structures (outbuildings) have been destroyed.

    Overnight the Roaring Lion Fire has consumed more land, growing to 7,100 acres. With 14 homes lost early this week, 50 structures (outbuildings) have been destroyed.

  • Wildfire starts near Livingston from lightening strike

    Wildfire starts near Livingston from lightening strike

    Saturday, September 9 2017 5:45 PM EDT2017-09-09 21:45:32 GMT
    Saturday, September 9 2017 8:48 PM EDT2017-09-10 00:48:38 GMT

    Three wildfires have sparked near Livingston, and one fire in the Fleshman Creek and O'Rea Creek area has forced residents to evacuate. 

    Three wildfires have sparked near Livingston, and one fire in the Fleshman Creek and O'Rea Creek area has forced residents to evacuate. 

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