Posted 4:54 PM 5/21/2013 by Dax VanFossen - KAJ News
KALISPELL - Spring is a busy time for just about everyone, but spring is also the time that bears are searching for food, which keeps bear managers pretty well occupied. It seems like those of us living in Western Montana hear more and more about bear activity and the need to manage them.(More)...
Posted 10:41 AM 5/21/2013 by KAJ News Staff
EVERGREEN - A Montana business will be closing their doors in Kalispell soon because of issues with the current building they are in.
The owners of Vann's Electronics in the Evergreen area have been looking for a new location since April after losing its lease on their building.(More)...
Posted 12:24 PM 5/20/2013 by Dax VanFossen - KAJ News
BIGFORK - The community of Bigfork will be more than busy next weekend with Whitewater Festival, but the village will also play host to a triathlon.
The triathlon has been going on for over 20 years and averages around 70 or so contestants every year.
Event sponsor, Stan Watkins at (More)
Posted 10:46 AM 5/20/2013 by Laura Wilson - KAJ News
BIGFORK - The owners of the Whistling Andy's Distillery have big plans for the future of their business.
"We're really excited about the summer season. We have a new (More)
Posted 5:37 PM 5/18/2013 by CBS News
The death of an American computer engineer, Shane Todd, in Singapore has created quite a stir. His parents contend he was murdered, but authorities say it was suicide. The mystery seems to have links to the dark world of cyber-spying and could possibly involve (More)
Posted 9:46 PM 5/17/2013 by Dax VanFossen - KAJ News
KALISPELL - After more than 90 years of selling paint to the Kalispell Public, Saverud Paint Shop in Kalispell is saying goodbye this weekend.
Despite recent gains in the economy, several years of recession have played their hand in helping Dale and Wayne Saverud decide to close their (More)
Posted 9:18 AM 5/17/2013 by Tara Oster - KAJ News
KALISPELL -It's North America's tallest peak and at 20,320 feet, Denali, also known as Mount McKinley, is serious business.
Kalispell native David Steele and a friend, Grant Domer, fly to Alaska on Friday to begin their four-week excursion to summit the mountain and return home.