Madison Dapcevich, PeoplesWorld

Madison Dapcevich

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  • PeoplesWorld
  • NBC Montana

Past articles by Madison:

Disastrous Alaskan wildfires could permanently alter forest composition

From the Amazon to the last frontier of Alaska, fire season is raging on both sides of the equator and bringing with the flames long-term effects that could permanently alter the diverse ecosystems of both regions. → Read More

Flathead Co. Commissioners vote down purchase of Weyerhaeuser property

The Flathead County Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to cancel an agreement to potentially purchase the Weyerhaeuser property in Columbia Falls. If purchased, officials say it would have been an ideal property for a new jail. → Read More

Kalispell City Council considers new downtown plan

The Kalispell City Council is considering a downtown plan that would renovate the Main Street corridor by 2035. → Read More

$15.8 million school bond on the ballot for Somers-Lakeside District 29

Voters in the Somers-Lakeside School District will be deciding whether to go ahead with a $15.8 million school bond that will rebuild parts of the Somers Middle School → Read More

Other school systems targeted by Dark Overlord cyberattacks, officials say

NBC Montana’s sister station in Las Vegas is reporting schools there have been hacked, and that attack is similar to others scattered across five states including Alabama, Texas and Iowa. → Read More

Hack in Texas resembles cyberattack at Columbia Falls schools

Hackers have compromised personal information from a school district server just outside of Houston, Texas. School officials say the cyberattack is reminiscent of a hacking that occurred in Columbia Falls. → Read More

Flathead Valley residents prepare for winter

For most Montanans the cold is nothing new. With snow and rain spreading through much of western Montana, residents in the Flathead Valley are getting ready for winter. → Read More

Whitefish couple helps victims in Las Vegas shooting

Two Bear Air founder Michael Goguen says it was his medical training that helped him respond to victims at the deadly Las Vegas shooting Sunday night. He was at the Route 91 Music Festival in Las Vegas with his wife, Jamie, when they heard what they thought were fireworks. → Read More

Racers kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month

More than 1,600 racers braved the rain, hail and cold temperatures for The Fifth Annual Pink Me Up race in Kalispell to support survivors and remember those lost. → Read More

Ballot deadline approaching for $26.5 million bond in Whitefish

Whitefish voters have until Tuesday to decide whether to approve a multimillion-dollar school bond to repair and renovate the state’s largest elementary school. → Read More

Western Montana company awarded $554 million contract

S&K Aerospace announced it won a $554 million contract with the U.S. Air Force to help the Royal Saudi Air Force with F-15 repairs and part. The bulk of the contract will be performed in Saudi Arabia. → Read More

Kalispell City Council approves second phase of sewer development plan

Growing at one of the fastest rates in Montana, Kalispell is now faced with a growing demand for infrastructure. → Read More

Flathead Co. Commission wants new jail at old Weyerhaeuser facility

The Flathead County Commission is holding a series of meetings to discuss using the recently purchased Weyerhaeuser facility for a new adult detention center. → Read More

Glacier National Park prepares for winter season

2017 was a record summer for Glacier National Park, from setting visitation records in July to setting fire lines in August. Now the park is winterizing in preparation for snow. → Read More

Making a Difference: Flathead communities come together following cyberattack

In the face of an emergency communities in the Flathead Valley have banded together to protect what’s most important. → Read More

School officials ask Flathead Valley parents to update contact information

A cyberattack that canceled more than 30 schools for three days in the Flathead has prompted officials to review school district computer security and ways to improve communication. → Read More

Evacuation order remains in Glacier despite recent precipitation

Although precipitation and cooler temperatures are helping crews get control over area fires, they are still burning. → Read More

Server images from cyberattack sent to Missoula lab

Images from the hacked Columbia Falls School District server have been sent to a Missoula cyber lab. School officials say the goal is to figure out exactly what information was hacked and who it will affect. → Read More

Officials say personal information will likely be released in cyberattack

School officials say they are almost certain personal information will be leaked to the public following cyber threats made against the Columbia Falls School District. → Read More

Officials say to expect law enforcement in presence as students return to school

With more than 15,000 students heading back to school Tuesday for the first time since last week, parents are taking care in addressing their children's concerns → Read More