Although it might seem like summer just started, some area organizations are already preparing for the school year.
On Saturday, Russell Country Relay for Life will honor everyone who has been affected by cancer.
The event will include free blood pressure checks, sun cancer awareness with free sunscreen, and a meet and greet with their new provider.
Westside Family Dental is celebrating 40 years in Great Falls and you’re invited to join them for a celebration.
The Lions Family FunFest is a little more than a week away and Ronda Wiggers with the Great Falls Lions Club stopped by KRTV to discuss the annual event.
Choteau American Legion is hosting an Independence Day concert and rodeo.
A tradition continues this year as the Black Eagle Volunteer Fire Department prepares for the annual 4th of July parade.
On Saturday, June 29th, the bar is hosting a benefit for K9 Care Montana, which provides service dogs at no cost to wounded veterans and children with autism.
If you’re in the mood for live music, the Great Falls Municipal Band has the perfect opportunity for you.
The Great Falls Church of the Nazarene is excited to host its 11th annual basketball camp this summer.
The Electric City Roller Grrrlz will face off against Bozeman this Saturday.
Loenbro LLC is putting on its fourth annual Color Run and Obstacle Course this Saturday, June 22.
The United Way of Cascade County is now investing money into local nonprofit organizations with the funds raised during its fall campaign.
The Great Falls LGBTQ+ Center has relocated and will celebrate its grand opening with a weekend of festivities.
The program, which runs Monday through Friday, provides free summer meals to kids 18 and under.
Husband and wife, Gerry and Chuck Jennings, are this year’s Paris Gibson Award winners.
During the week of June 25th, the Cascade Conservation District is hosting its 2019 River Campaign.
The Mister Sisters stopped by KRTV to talk about an upcoming children’s event that is meant to promote inclusion and acceptance.
This week’s One Class At A Time recipient will motivate her students with the help of technology.
Volunteers are needed to monitor Great Falls High School’s all-night graduation party next weekend.