A couple of months ago, we told you about a land buy-back program funded by the 3.4 Billion Dollar Cobell Settlement, which was approved by Congress in 2012 to compensate for mismanaged money held in a trust by the United States for Individual Indian Money Accounts The purpose of the land buy-back program is to put Native American lands back
Running through February 27th, the 11th Annual Quilt Show has quilts on display from all levels of quilt makers. If you look closely, many of the quilts have titles, artists names, and a story about the quilt, usually saying why it was made. The show is free and open to the public when the library is open. Those hours can
KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) - Red Lion Inn & Suites has announced plans to build a three-story, 80-room hotel with an attached restaurant on the south end of Flathead Lake at Polson. The project will include 3,000 square feet of meeting space for conventions and special events, as well as community gatherings. The project and other recent announced prominent developments are
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) - Missoula County District Judge Ed McLean is retiring after 26 years on the bench, effective May 1. The 69-year-old McLean says he wants to have some quality time with his family. He is currently the longest-serving judge in Missoula County. After a lengthy career as a county prosecutor, McLean was sworn into office in 1988 and
Wolves were brought back to Yellowstone 20 years ago this week. They reintroduction caught the world's attention. And, wolves are still federally protected in Wyoming. Humans howled as Canadian wolves were carried into Yellowstone through the Roosevelt arch twenty years ago. Excited tourists from around the world watched in them Lamar Valley the next spring. One tourist with a sweatshirt
When students and visitors walk in the front door of Cody High School, they now have to walk right past officer John Harris. As he sits at the desk in his new office -- the only man in the school with a gun and training -- looks out the front doors of the main entrance and see's everyone who is
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has taken a critical first step on the path to a potential presidential run, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The pilot was able to deploy the plane's parachute and glide to safety in the Pacific Ocean, the Coast Guard said.