Thursday, October 12, 2017



The Kalispell Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring tours of local manufacturers to celebrate Manufacturing Month in Kalispell. Breweries, Weyerhauser plants, wineries, coffee roasters plus many more manufacturers are opening their doors during October.


A Whitefish kayaker has patented the Gilman Oar which is designed to aid fishing guides, anglers, and rafters. The ergonomically designed oar allows the rower to stroke with less

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Herberger’s at Kalispell Center Mall has completed it’s year-long expansion and remodel.  The remodeled store features an open floor plan and shopping environment plus new décor. Modern fitting rooms with seating for family and friends has been added for customer convenience.


TeleTech of Kalispell has announced hiring to fill multiple local positions. TeleTech is a Colorado-based customer service company that employs people across the country. The company is

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Forest fires, grass land fires and rough country fires are burning all across Montana. To check the fire conditions  go to -

Government leaders will design and implement rules for when and how to preserve text messages for access by the public. A request for public records has focused the lack of a policy on the Montana State government. State law says any communication that deals with State business is information that the public should be

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Alaska and Montana are the “most outdoorsy states,” as ranked by The National Recreation Economy Report , based on the percentage of the population of each state that participates in outdoor recreation activities, from camping and trail-related activities to off-roading and snowsports.

Tuesday, August 08, 2017

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency’s (FSA) reminds farmers and ranchers affected by the recent wildfires that disaster assistance programs are available to support their recovery efforts. With 400 square miles on fire in Garfield and Petroleum Counties, Montana had the largest fire in the nation. News late last week that the federal agency, FEMA, will help fund the firefighting, was welcome news after the feds rejected the first request from the Governor for a