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UPDATED: Sun., Dec. 24, 2017, 8:14 p.m.

Small Montana ski resort opens after last-minute snow boost

A small Montana ski resort is open for the holiday season thanks to a last minute boost from this week’s snow.

Schools to be named after female Montana U.S. representative

Two new elementary schools will be named after Montana native Jeannette Rankin a century after she made history as the first woman elected to Congress.

UPDATED: Mon., Sept. 18, 2017, 11:43 a.m.

15,000 Montana students returning to school after cyber-threats

Classes are scheduled to resume Tuesday at Flathead Valley public schools that were closed after several schools received cyber threats from an unknown person.

Former fire chief in NW Montana pleads guilty to theft

A former fire chief in northwestern Montana has acknowledged stealing more than $50,000 from his department over the span of four years.

Prosecutors: Man pushed off bridge into Flathead River

A 26-year-old man pushed another man into the Flathead River from a bridge last week after the victim reportedly made an inappropriate remark about his girlfriend, prosecutors in northwestern Montana …

Seven men cited in Flathead County prostitution sting

Seven men received misdemeanor citations for responding to a fake online advertisement for prostitutes in northwestern Montana.

Deadline nears for asbestos work in contaminated Libby

Residents of a Montana community where health officials say hundreds of people have been killed by asbestos poisoning have until the end of the month to contact environmental officials to …

Kids can rock, bounce, pedal and recline in class

In Jennifer Watson’s and Kayla Ryan’s third-grade classrooms at Muldown Elementary in Kalispell, Montana, students are encouraged to rock, recline, bounce, swing, swivel, wobble and even pedal.

Gold coins found in Salvation Army kettles around region

A Salvation Army worker has found a gold coin amid contributions collected in Montana.

Children testify before sentencing in Kalispell abuse case

The testimony of adopted children about being beaten, denied food and locked in a basement led a judge to say the abuse case sounded more like torture.

More than 100 animals found in mobile home

Authorities responding to a mobile home fire in Evergreen found more than 100 animals inside.

Kalispell women accused of locking kids in basement

Two Kalispell women are facing charges for allegedly locking three children in a dark basement without food and access to a toilet.

School immerses tribes’ young in Salish language

Speakers of English as a second language say that they respond differently when someone speaks to them in their first language. There’s a deep emotional connection to that first language, …