Here is a look at some of the most important and most read stories on helenair.com in 2017.
The earthquake that shook Western Montana awake early July 6, 2017, was the biggest ever recorded west of the Continental Divide in Montana an…
On Aug. 18 the city of Helena removed a memorial to Confederate soldiers that had resided in a public park since 1916. Officials deemed it was…
Helena Mayor-elect Wilmot Collins, dressed in a U.S. Army fleece, running shoes and sweats, belts out the lyrics to “Your Man” in a deep bass …
Authorities have identified the 1-year-old boy killed in a reported accidental shooting earlier this week as Nicholas Anthony Bowers.
A 29-year-old Helena woman already accused of facilitating the molestation of a young girl by a convicted rapist now is charged with four more…
A woman was mauled by a grizzly bear on a private ranch in the Tom Miner Basin area, north of Gardiner and Yellowstone National Park, on Saturday morning, according to a press release from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
Two brothers are charged with multiple felonies and misdemeanors related to what investigators describe as years of poaching on a Fergus County ranch.
A special session of the Montana Legislature called to address a budget shortfall adjourned early Thursday morning with a deal that leaves all…
After years of hard work, preparation and training, Mary Eva Simmons has earned her International Federation of Body Building professional card. Competing in the Women's Physique Division at 125 pounds, the 5-foot-5 Simmons achieved the feat when she recently captured both her class and the overall championship at the Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania) IFBB Nationals.
When Townsend angler Jake Updike felt the weight on the end of his line, he initially thought it was a big walleye. Then the fish took a run.
Helena Public Schools is facing criticism for a Vigilante Parade float that some say promoted offensive stereotypes about Native Americans.