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Big Sky Chronicles: A look at Montana’s most colorful territorial governor

HELENA - Montana’s Big Sky Country is home to many larger than life personalities…men and women who, mostly for better, but sometimes for worse, have helped shape our history. One of the most colorful and...

Class Act: Indian Alliance offers free after school program

HELENA - The students living in the Captial City now have another option for after school. Starting Oct. 5, the Helena Indian Alliance will offer a free after-school program for all students, ages K-12. On Wednesday,...

A Rich Heritage | Winston Rod Bonus

Annette McLean has been with the Winston Rod Company for more than thirty years. Her role has expanded from part-time quality control to the leading female rod designer on the planet. In this Under the...

Weather Wise: Red Flag conditions help grow the Alice Creek Fire

HELENA-Red Flag conditions eased up Monday giving firefighters on the Alice Creek fire a quick chance to catch their breath. The hot and windy weather that triggered the Red Flag warning was directly responsible for...

Fraud Watch: Avoid jury service scams in Montana

HELENA - Getting a jury summons in the mail is just part of being a registered voter, but now scammers are using that to try and take your money. Not everyone will get to...

KTVH remembers Don Dunwell

HELENA - Our hearts are heavy here at KTVH. Long-time host of the Dunwell Report, Don Dunwell died Saturday at Saint Peter’s Hospital. Don’s long and distinguished life included military service and a career as...

Montana Made: Dreams come true as Montana designer aims for Paris Fashion Week

BROWNING - Belinda Bullshoe is believed to the first-ever Native American designer to have her dresses shown during New York's Fashion Week. Now, she's got her sights set on the City of Lights. The designer is...

Montana Ag Network: American wool is in high demand

BILLINGS-American wool is in high demand by the U.S. textile industry especially those with military contracts. The American Sheep Industry’s Wool Council hosted a military wool tour in the Carolinas this week showcasing the wool...

Montana Made: Nonprofit creates backpacks and provides jobs one stitch at a time

HELENA - The U.S. Forest Service employs hundreds of people nationwide. Some of those employees are given a backpack, briefcase or gear pack. A manufacturing plant not only makes those items in the Treasure State,...

Fraudwatch: Don’t forget to shred sensitive personal information

HELENA - Scammers are always looking for ways to get a hold of your personal information which is why it's essential to get rid of any old personal documents lying around the house. However,...

Class Act: Elementary students build a better community

HELENA - Elementary school students in fourth and fifth grade participating in the PEAK Program in Helena came together the week of Jan. 9, to build a better community. These students have partnered with different organizations...

Class Act: Bracelets for a cause

TOWNSEND - When 12-year-old Laredo Paschal of Townsend learned of the death of Broadwater County Sheriff’s Deputy Mason Moore, he knew he needed to do something. Like many people who heard the news, the homeschooled...

Big Sky Chronicles: Securing old lime kiln as part of Helena’s history

HELENA - There's a trail on the edge of Helena, off a quiet southside cul de sac, that leads to a relic more than a century old, which helped build the Capital City during its earliest days. "You just park...

Montana Made: My Dude Box

BILLINGS - Going through puberty is hard. Between the awkward discussions in health class and the even more uncomfortable talks with parents, it can be hard for kids to navigate this time in their...

Big Sky Chronicles: Crump Howard House’s unique history

- The Queen Anne home located at 1003 9th Avenue S. may look like many that grace Helena's historic neighborhoods. But its story is truly an original.  It was completed in 1889 by...

Class Act: Carroll’s anthrozoology program studies stress levels in shelter dogs

HELENA - Research shows that shelter dogs fostered even just for an evening can reduce the level of stress in the animals.  The Carroll College anthrozoology program continued that research thanks to a recent...

Montana Made: Split Mountain Metals

BELGRADE - Do good work and success will come - that's the foundation of most of Montana's small businesses. At Split Mountain Metals in Belgrade, a couple whose good work took them all the way...

Big Sky Chronicles: JCPenney’s history in Montana

HELENA - Last week's announcement of the impending closure of JCPenney stores in Helena and Sidney brings about memories of the lengthy history the store has in Montana. The first Montana store opened in Great...

Montana Made: Select-A-Catch

VALIER - Trapping wild animals for research or to be relocated is common in Montana and across the United States. A foot snare developed in Valier is making it easier for trappers and painless for the...

Fraud Watch: What Montanans can do about the Equifax data breach

HELENA - More than 140 million Americans have been affected by the Equifax data breach earlier this month. On Sept. 7, consumer credit reporting agency Equifax announced 143 million people had their driver’s license numbers,...

Face The State: Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center Anniversary

The Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center in Great Falls celebrated its 20th anniversary in early May. Ron Wiseman and Dave Cunningham talked with Tim McGonigal about the center, the history, community support, and numerous events...

Special Report: Winter harder than normal for wildlife

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks' Andrea Jones joins Chet to discuss winterkill in the deer and elk populations of southwest Montana. Jones discusses the confusion with Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) and winterkill and reminds...

Weather Wise: a look at the Highway 200 avalanche

LINCOLN- KTVH Meteorologist Curtis Grevenitz visited the site of an avalanche that blocked a portion of Highway 200 west of Lincoln overnight from Friday into Saturday morning. When the heavy wet snow from the storm...

Phone scam using slain deputy’s name targets Montana residents

BOZEMAN - The Deer Lodge Police Department have reported complaints of a male calling area residents and claiming he is raising money for Broadwater County Sheriff's Office deputy Mason Moore, who was killed on duty early...

Former colleagues, community members remember Don Dunwell

HELENA - Don Dunwell had a lasting impact on everyone he met, from state leaders to young journalists. He was a mentor, but more importantly a friend. On Monday KTVH spoke with a number of people...