Just after midnight on July 6, 2017 one of the strongest earthquakes to hit Montana in decades shook the community of Lincoln, northwest of Helena.
Some state agencies were dealing with significant impacts to their Helena offices Tuesday, after flash flooding over the weekend.
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The Lewis and Clark Library's main branch in downtown Helena reopened at noon Tuesday following weekend flash flooding.
After a severe thunderstorm on Sunday evening, the YWCA's basement in Helena was almost completely covered in nearly two inches of water.
A Helena 4th of July tradition returned to Centennial Park on Monday. Hundreds of people gathered near the Old Glory Landmark for the raising of the American flag.
Helena was hit by a destructive storm system Sunday evening that downed trees and caused significant flooding in the downtown area.
A Flash Flood Warning has been issued for South Central Lewis and Clark County by the National Weather Service Great Falls.
The 17th annual Blast from the Past Car Show and Drag Races kicked off on Saturday July 2nd at Broadwater Park
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The Montana DNRCreports their crews, along with partner agency support, suppressed 17 lightning-ignited wildfires in the Helena valley since Tuesday evening.
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Additional disaster aid has been approved for Montana communities affected by recent destructive flooding.
Located 20 miles north of Helena, the Gates of the Mountains helps tourists and residents learn about the 'Last Best Place'
Community events for the weekend of Friday, July 1st through Monday, July 4th throughout Lewis and Clark County
Wednesday wrapped up the Montana Native Youth Leadership Summit. They closed their four-day camp, which was being held at Carroll College, with native dancing and singing at the Capitol Rotunda.
In a town of 800 residents, there is one lone Lewis and Clark County Sheriff's deputy, Corporal Robert Rivera
The Montana Supreme Court has ruled the Board of Regents, not the State Legislature, has the sole right to set policy regarding the possession of firearms on the Montana University System property.