Fire investigators say initial evidence suggests the Reynolds Creek Fire in Glacier National Park was human caused and the Park Service is seeking help from the public in tracking down any sightings of people in the area at the time of the fire.
The city of Whitefish has rejected a petition calling for a public vote on the City Hall project, a move that effectively kills the opposition’s effort to cap spending on the $14.95 million city facility and attached parking structure.
The first major fire of the season wreaked havoc in Glacier National Park last week, but firefighters are cautiously optimistic they can contain the Reynolds Creek Fire and a semblance of normalcy can return to the Park.
Logan Pass in Glacier National Park is expected to open from the west side on Wednesday, superintendent Jeff Mow said Sunday evening. The pass has been closed since July 22 due to the Reynolds Creek Fire. The east side of the Sun Road will remain closed.
The long-fought effort to bring summer skating to the Stumptown Ice Den has been put on ice, leaving a large contingent of local hockey players and figure skaters frustrated and scratching their heads.
Holly Behm and Crystal Donovan have always enjoyed hunting through thrift stores looking for a great buy. For years they talked about opening a store of their own, but it was the death of a friend that made them realize it was time.
Long shadows stretch across Riverside Park as the sun peeks over the horizon. Most of Whitefish is just waking from its slumber this quiet Tuesday morning, but the city park is already buzzing with energy.
(AP) -- The home for a six-foot-statue known as Big Mountain Jesus rests with a three-judge appeals panel after a lawyer representing a group of atheists asked for it to be removed from U.S. Forest Service property in Montana.
They’ve endured blizzards, wind, rain and hail storms, dodged avalanches and negotiated cliffs and crags that would make a seasoned mountaineer take pause, but 24 mountain goats in Glacier National Park all survived last winter without a hitch.
Shawn Coggins put in 240 miles and climbed 36,000 vertical feet last year hiking the trails of Western Montana. He’s seen a lot over those miles, but one thing can stop him dead in his tracks — a wildflower.