BOZEMAN- By taking the pledge to help Bozeman become the most “water-wise” city, you could win prizes including up to $3000 toward your utility bills.
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The MATE Show, along with the Home and Health Expo, is back in Billings this weekend. KULR-8 wanted to find out, is there a difference between a red tractor and a green tractor?
The MATE Show along with the Home and Health Expo, is back in Billing this weekend. KULR-8 stopped by MetraPark to see what new technology is on display at this year's exposition.
The 20th Annual Maverick Brewfest is happening Friday night from 4 P.M. until 10 P.M. at Caras Park in downtown Missoula to raise money for youth athletics.
SPOKANE, Wash. - Avista says an outage has left thousands without power in the north Spokane area Saturday morning. The Utility company says it is investigating the issue and crews are working as quickly and safely as possible. The outage appears to be affecting around 7,000 customers in the areas of northwest Spokane, Town and Country and Northtown.
We could see 100 degree temperatures this week around Central Montana, which increases the danger of playground equipment this time of year. Children have received burns from touching equipment in only 74 degree weather, and that magnifies this time of year.
GREAT FALLS- The Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA) in Great Falls received a 157,000 dollar donation to remodel the lower level which had water damage and asbestos problems. Donations came from various organizations. -$77,000 from Brown Field for flooring. -$40,000 from other individuals for miscellaneous repairs. -$20,000 from Black Grant for flooring. -$20,000 from Montana Board of Crime Control for equipment and technology. Sandi Filipowicz, YWCA Executive Director, said...