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15 hrs ago | Flathead Beacon
High school choirs in Kalispell and Whitefish will perform at a concert sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints despite receiving a complaint from the American Civil Liberties Union of Montana.
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19 hrs ago | Flathead Beacon
A natural winter alchemy is at work grooming Montana's wild ice, the season's cold, clear temperatures freezing mountain lakes and rivers slow and smooth, their surfaces polished to a glassy, manicured sheen.
23 hrs ago | Flathead Beacon
Thursday 11/28/2013 4:01 a.m. A resident of Second Avenue West reported that someone was causing a racket by slamming doors and pushing a grocery cart around.
Yesterday, Kalispell, Montana got dumped on with some of the mountains reporting as much as 15 inches and it's still some snow this morning.
Last weekend marked the end of rifle hunting season, but Montana residents still have a shot at filling a deer or elk tag.
The Department of Human and Health Services in Washington is warning the public that even though the deadline is here, the glitches and problems with healthcare.gov are far from over and the system is not going to work perfectly on December 1st.
As most Flathead Valley residents know, when winter moves in, it brings with it all the elements that make staying inside look a bit more tempting.
Sidewalks, once disregarded as unimportant and unnecessary infrastructure, are making a comeback in communities across the U.S. That includes Kalispell, where the city council and staff are rallying resources and support for improving the disjointed network of cement walkways.
Candy Klee's heart jumped a little when she got a phone call from a social worker in March 2012.
Thanksgiving is a time to be with friends and family. But if you're alone on the holiday or just don't want to deal with all those friends and family in the kitchen, there are some free community dinners to attend with turkey and all the trimmings.
Sunday 11/24/2013 6:47 a.m. A feral cat bit a Kalispell woman who attempted to catch it.
Thanksgiving is a nearly 400-year-old harvest tradition. It's a time to be grateful and share the bounty of the season.
Wind Chill Warning for Flathead County was issued at December 05 at 12:07PM MST