Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Spartan Holdings LLC is proposing a commercial and residential development at 2890 U.S. 93 North in Kalispell. Spartan Holdings secured a placeholder planned-unit development for the property some years ago. They are now proposing a preliminary plat for 15 commercial lots. Development of the first phase is expected within the two years. The time-line for the residential portion of the development will depend on economic factors.

Friday, January 10, 2020

According to Glacier Park press releases park-goers should essentially steer clear of the Many Glacier end of the park for the next two seasons while the road, receives an overdue major reconstruction. The project will “significantly increase travel times to the Many Glacier area,” and visitors should expect “travel delays of up to 40 minutes each way from Babb to the Many Glacier Hotel.” The entire Many Glacier Campground will transfer to reservation only in order to reduce congestion in

Thursday, December 19, 2019

ccording to statistics from the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office, there were 42 stolen vehicles in Flathead County from the beginning of August through the end November, which means nearly one every three days. The majority of stolen vehicles have occurred in the Kalispell and Evergreen areas, but several were stolen between Kalispell and Whitefish.


National Park officials in Wyoming have made plans to slaughter between 600 and 900 Yellowstone bison this winter in

Tuesday, December 17, 2019



The Montana Lottery Commission has approved a draft of rules that will legalize sports wagering in Montana. Once the Office of the Montana Secretary of State publishes the rules on Dec. 6, Montana Lottery will begin taking applications for licenses. The Lottery also announced a name for the new sports-wagering product – Sports Bet Montana. Only establishments with full liquor licenses and gambling licenses will be eligible to apply for sports-wagering

Friday, November 22, 2019

With the Montana Lottery Commission’s  approval at their Nov. 21 meeting, sports betting will become lawful in certain locations in Montana. The state legalized sports wagering through House Bill 725, which established that the Montana State Lottery would oversee legalized sports betting. Online gambling remains illegal in Montana, so Montanans will only be able to place bets at designated locations. These locations will need both a gambling operators license and an all-beverage liquor