Great Falls Montana

Storm Threatens Art At C.M. Russell Museum

Aug 10, 2016
C.M. Russell paints in the studio at the Amon Carter Museum of American Art.
Amon Carter Museum

On Tuesday night, a major storm in Great Falls caused a deluge at the CM Russell Museum. After three inches of rain fell in half an hour, an old drainage pipe on the roof of the museum failed, and water started flooding into the exhibition galleries.

Montana U.S. House Candidates Announce Debate Schedule

Aug 1, 2016


The U.S. House candidates announced an agreement to face-off in a series of 4 debates in Montana.

The candidates agreed to debate in Frazer on the Fort Peck Reservation, Billings, and Great Falls.  The campaigns want to hold a debate on the Crow Reservation, but the details have yet to be finalized.

Democrat Denise Juneau and Republican Ryan Zinke
Denise Juneau: courtesy Bronte Wittpen; Ryan Zinke: William Marcus

Candidates for Montana’s House seat are calling for debates to challenge each other on key issues. But the campaigns don’t agree on when and where those debates should take place. Republican Rep. Ryan Zinke and Democrat Denise Juneau have both proposed dates and venues for debates.

Greenpeace Russia volunteer Sofia Kosacheva (4th from left) and Grigoriy Kuksin, head of Greenpeace Russia’s Fire-Protection (3rd from left) spent part of Monday with Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation staff in Missoula.
Edward O'Brien

A delegation of Russian firefighters and conservationists is in Montana getting a western perspective on forestry and fire management. The delegation spent part of Monday with Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation staff in Missoula.

Teri Loring Dahle runs a graphic design company. She attended the conference to network with other native business owners.
Katie Riordan

Some estimate that as much as 90 cents of every dollar that enters Montana’s seven Indian reservations may end up being spent elsewhere. State policy makers like Casey Lozar say that’s because there’s a severe lack of business opportunities on tribal lands, and it’s bleeding local economies dry.