The Great Falls Ministerial Association is excited to host their Blue Christmas Service Thursdays, Dec. 20at 7:00 p.m. The event will happen at the New Hope Lutheran Church located at 3125 5th Ave. South in Great Falls. The service will have a candle lighting, prayer and recognize those who …
In tonight's Community Spotlight, Kim Skornogoski stopped by the KFBB studio to discuss the "31 Days of Volunteering" with United Way of Cascade County.
In tonight's Community Spotlight, Judith Mortensen stopped by the KFBB studio to talk about the "Once Upon a Nativity" displays currently open at the Columbus Center in Great Falls.
GREAT FALLS- Semi overturned on Route US-89 on mile post 107 today, December 11th around 1:45 p.m. and the Montana Department of Transportation says it's because of the extreme wind gusts and is now northbound in a ditch near Spring Hill on US-89 South. MDT says it will remain there for a fe…
In tonight's Community Spotlight, Robby Roberston stopped by the KFBB studios to talk about the annual "Scrooge" production at Central Assembly of Great Falls.
In tonight's Community Spotlight, "Slim Hitman" with Electric City Roller Grrrlz stopped by the KFBB studio to talk about their upcoming final bout of the season on Saturday, December 8th at Pacific Steel and Recycling Four Seasons Arena in Great Falls.
As far back as human memory can go, parents around the world have asked themselves at least a few times a week: what should we make for dinner?
In tonight's Community Spotlight, Grant Harville with the Great Falls Symphony stopped by the KFBB studios to talk about their upcoming performance "Voices of Christmas."
In tonight's community spotlight the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center is hosting a film premiere called Wildlife. The film is set in Great Falls and will have a reception and Q&A session afterward with Author Richard Ford, Author of the book the film is based on. The event is Wednesday, November 14th, at 6:30 P.M. at the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center. Tickets are $8. They are available at Kaufman's and the Interpretive Center.
In today's Community Spotlight, Jim Kizer with the Great Falls Rescue Mission stopped by the KFBB studio to discuss the upcoming Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive. The event will be held Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m. at 408 2nd Ave. S. The Rescue Mission is asking for people to donate turkeys and non-perishable items. The drive runs until Nov. 15th. For more information call 761-2653.
Today in Community Spotlight, Bill McDaniel with the Great Falls Snowmobile Club stopped by the KFBB studios to discuss the upcoming 1st Annual Vendor Meeting. There will be live demonstrations and all ages are welcome. Doors open November 7th, at 7 p.m. at Veterans of Foreign Wars, 4123 10th Ave S, Great Falls.
In today's Community Spotlight, Beth Gaiennie with Salvation Army Great Falls stopped by the KFBB studio to discuss the upcoming Women's Auxilary Salvation Army Holiday Boutique.
The fall activities don’t stop with Halloween on Wednesday. They keep going Friday, Nov. 2 at the Four Seasons Arena with the annual Harvest Howl. Gates open at 5:30pm, with music starting at 7:00pm. At the event, you can enjoy music from special guests Sawyer Brown and Sister Hazel. Along with music, there will be a silent auction, local craft beers and dancing. All proceeds go to Camp Rotary.
Today in Community Spotlight, President of the Great Falls Ad Club Art Taft joined dropped by the KFBB studio to discuss the upcoming Change of Fall Show & Sale.
Tonight Dave Crum, Director of the Great Falls Public Schools Foundation, stopped by the KFBB studio to talk about the upcoming truck raffle.
HELENA, Mont.- It's no trick and there certainly wont be any treats this Halloween at Carroll College. The institution will not have its annual trick or treat event tomorrow. Maureen Ward, director of community living at the college said they decided to cancel the event due to fire safety concerns. Hundreds of ghosts and goblins usually come out to trick or treat in the college's Guadalupe Hall. Freshman in the dormitory transform their living space into a haunted house or other Ha...
HELENA, Mont.- Big Ben, the Taj Mahal, and other world-famous structures made an appearance in Helena today, their can sculpture counterparts, that is. schools in the area collected more than ten-thousand cans to create world famous landmarks. The items will help stock the Helena Food Share.
Galerie Trinitas at the University of Great Falls will be featuring various artists and panel discussions to honor Sister Trinitas: 50 Years of Inspiration. The features will open Sunday, April 3rd at 1:00 pm, and will remain open until 4:00 pm with a panel discussion from 2:00-3:00pm. All art will be on display at Galerie Trinitas located on the University of Great Falls campus, and will remain there until Monday, May 9th. For more information, visit the UGF website.
ABC Montana's Emily Scarlett competes with Nik Asmussen with the Great Falls Rescue Mission to fill Easter eggs. This in preparation for their Easter Egg Hunt and Dinner, which draws hundreds of children each year. The event is Friday, April 18th at the Montana Expo Park.
ABC Montana's Emily Scarlett speaks with Rich Carl with the Charlie Russell Backcountry Horsemen. Saturday, April 12th, they are sponsoring a one-day Packing Clinic for a variety of outdoor activities. Bob Hoverson, who has over 30 years of packing experience, will be instructing the class.
ABC Montana's Emily Scarlett speaks with Hope Good about the Art Competing for Causes event during Western Heritage Art Week. This is an event celebrating the rich history and culture of Western art in the form of a 1920's themed fundraiser, and proceeds will go towards five worthy causes. The event is Saturday, March 22nd.
ABC Montana's Emily Scarlett speaks with Steve Tilleraas with the Studio 706 Artist Guild. Thursday, March 20th, they will showcase 32 local and area artists, including an array of pieces including pottery, watercolor, and even jewelry. The showcase goes through Saturday, March 22nd, and is free to the public.
ABC Montana's Emily Scarlett speaks with Chris Evans with CMR Drama. This weekend they will present their adaptation of "12 Angry Women." Check out this jury room drama Saturday night at 7:30PM.
ABC Montana's Emily Scarlett speaks with Candice Hubbard, with Minorities Advocate for the University of Great Falls. Friday, March 14th, UGF will host the 24th Annual Culture Pow-Wow celebrating the cultural diversity throughout our country. The event is free to the public, but they are accepting canned food donations for the Great Falls Community Food Bank.
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