Tuesday May 14
On With the Show
To most, the Bigfork Summer Playhouse seems an inextricable part of the village landscape: A professional musical theater where audiences can see great performances in finely tuned productions of classic and modern musicals, a landmark that has always been and will always be.
Muddy Glory for Thousands of Montana Spartans
Waves of competitors overcame mud bogs, uphill climbs and other challenging obstacles at the first Montana Spartan Race in Bigfork last weekend.
I never learned to dance. As a kid, I didn't feel deprived. Of course, by the time I learned that girls love to dance, and realized that I'd probably love to dance with girls, it was too late.
Monday 5/6/2013 8:34 a.m. A resident on Cascade Avenue in Bigfork reported that someone scattered toys throughout their yard and broke their table.
Movie magic in Whitefish
May 08--Blue waves and a boat in front of Coffee Beach were a beacon for commuters last week that a new cafe had opened in Whitefish.
Sunday 5/5/2013 10:12 a.m. A Cynthia Drive resident reported finding the dead dog of a previous owner buried behind her garage.
Morley Caps Busy Weekend with Bloomsday Success
Makena Morley, the sensational sophomore distance runner from Bigfork, covered a lot of ground last weekend.
Flathead Lawmakers Evaluate Legislative Session
A panel of four Flathead Republican lawmakers last week gave assessments of the 63rd Legislature, offering mixed reactions on specific issues but mostly agreeing that the session was productive.
Wednesday 4/24/2013 8:00 a.m. A woman on Eckelberry Drive reported that her neighbor removed the ornaments she had displayed on her fence.
A Walk in the Wild
I have friends who like nothing better than to seek out the steepest mountains surrounding the Flathead Valley and to walk straight up to their tops.
High Winds Leave Thousands in the Dark
High winds and downed power lines have left thousands of residents in the dark across Northwest Montana, according to Flathead Electric Cooperative spokesperson Wendy Ostrom Price.
Spartan Race Expected to Bring Big Economic Boost
Last week, Rob Brisendine walked across a quiet and untouched hilltop overlooking Flathead Lake.