The cowboy way of life isn't as common in Montana as it used to be almost a century ago. As times change though, one artist continues to cement that lifestyle and legacy through his hand-crafted sculptures, which are always featured at Great Falls’ Western Art Week every year.
BOZEMAN- Montana is the only state in the country that honors highway crash victims with a fatality marker at the site of the crash. It's a program with 60 years of history in the Treasure State.
The World Mission Society Church of God hosting a food drive Sunday, August 18 at the Super 1 Foods on 3160 10'th Ave. South. Everyone is encouraged to drop off non-perishable items to support the Great Falls Food Bank.
BUTTE- Whether you're driving up or walking up, Bonanza Freeze has a little bit of everything.From burgers to milkshakes, smiley fries to ice cream and even cotton candy, customers know exactly what they're getting every time they order.
LIVINGSTON - If you stop by Chloe's Barkery to pick up a Montana-shaped treat for your dog, you just might be greeted by one of the state's youngest business owners: 18-year-old Chloe Jean Milsten.
BOZEMAN – One Montana woman is painstakingly answering the questions of the world’s wildest, weirdest words, in one of MTPR's most beloved segments that you may have heard on the radio.
From the outside looking in, Troy Ross is just a normal five year old. He likes to dance, play with his favorite toys, and of course, annoy his older sister Kennedy.
Pitchers in baseball control the destiny of the game. Meaning most of the time, the outcome of the match is determined by how well they pitch. However, relieving pitcher Karan Patel is hoping to not only leave a mark on the mound for the Voyagers, but on the sport of baseball.
WHITEHALL - Tucked away in the mountains about 10 miles south of Whitehall, a curious sound rings out - the musical chiming of a pile of rocks.
GREAT FALLS - While the Celtic Cowboy pub and restaurant has been a Great Falls staple for several years now, it actually hosts a legacy that dates back over a century.
MISSOULA - Fast-talking Reed Tobol has been entertaining and selling at auctions around the Treasure State for the past few decades. He is a self-taught auctioneer. If you've ever wondered how he does it, he says the answer is simple.
At Central, the Breakfast after the Bell program is making a difference. Staff and volunteers prepare 285 meals every day. What makes this program different from others across the state is the added community support.
Glacier National Park’s iconic vintage 1930s red buses came out of the garage over the weekend to start the summer season. They’re an exciting part of the Glacier experience for many visitors—and even more meaningful to the people who drive them all summer.
GREAT FALLS- It's called "Hero Week", and it's starting next week in the Electric City. We're telling you why one CrossFit gym has set aside an entire "work out of the day" in honor of a local firefighter.
GREAT FALLS- They're unofficially calling themselves the Great Falls job recruitment team. Here's how this team is bringing more young professionals into the Electric City.
Today we sit down with Kevin Maxwell, the founder of Providence Mental Health and talk about how great the need is for mental health resources for children, teens and families.
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