Category Archives: News

Unsettled weather for the week

By | January 22, 2018

NBC Montana has a story that begins… Unsettled weather is expected across the west this week. Light accumulations of snow will be possible at pass level. Passes most impacted include Lookout, Lolo and Lost Trail. Snow accumulations of 1 to 3 inches will be possible today. Valley locations will see significantly less snowfall as a result… Read More »

Winter’s Treasure Chest

By | January 20, 2018

The Flathead Beacon has a feature that begins… Northwest Montana is famous for its unmatchable beauty in the summer, but winter offers its own kind of magic. Mother Nature starts with a bare canvas by throwing down a snow blanket to hide the melancholy of landscapes drained of color and strewn with shriveled gardens and fallen… Read More »

Glacier Will Remain Open if Government Shuts Down

By | January 20, 2018

The Flathead Beacon reports that as the federal government inched closer to a shutdown Friday night, Glacier National Park officials announced that Northwest Montana’s largest attraction would remain open, albeit with limited services. Glacier Park spokesperson Lauren Alley said in the event of a federal government shutdown, roads in the park would remain open and… Read More »

Women’s March Planned in Kalispell

By | January 19, 2018

Once in a blue moon we’ll intentionally post something that’s not exactly about the North Fork if we feel strongly enough about the subject. This is an example… The Daily Inter Lake reports that Kalispell will join dozens of communities across Montana holding a localized Women’s March Jan. 20 in Depot Park in downtown Kalispell. Event speakers… Read More »

The Lynx Paradox

By | January 18, 2018

In a HungryHorse News column this week, Chris Peterson talks about the Lynx and the implications of delisting. Read his full column here.