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Past articles by Daniel:

Seahawks draft Bozeman's Dissly with 120th overall pick

Bozeman product Will Dissly will stay in Seattle to play for the Seahawks. The former Bozeman Hawk was selected in the third round of the NFL Draft on Saturday, as the 120th overall selection.Dissly played his college ball for the Washington Huskies where → Read More

After early lead Griz fall to Michigan 61-47

Montana jumped out to a 10-0 lead to start Thursday's first round game against Michigan in Wichita, but the Wolverines battled back to regain the lead. In the end the Griz fell short with a final score of 61-47.The start to this game was exactly what the G → Read More

14 seed Griz will take on 3 seed Michigan in NCAA Tournament

The Big Sky Tournament Champion Montana Grizzlies will meet the Michigan Wolverines in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Thursday in Wichita, Kansas.Montana was awarded a #14 seed in the West region after finishing the year 26-7 and earning an automat → Read More

DeCuire honored as BSC Coach of the Year

Montana men's basketball coach Travis DeCuire was named Big Sky Coach of the Year on Wednesday. DeCuire's club carries a 16-2 conference record into the Big Sky Tournament in Reno.This season has been historic for DeCuire and the Griz. Last month he beca → Read More

Arlee Warriors win state; spread message of hope

For the second straight year, the Arlee Warriors took home the class C boys basketball state championship. Last year's title was the first in school history. This one carried an even more significant meaning for the Warriors.Arlee finished the 2017-2018 → Read More

Hamilton boys hoops gears up for postseason run

The undefeated Hamilton boys basketball team won the Southwest A district title on their home floor on Saturday. They are the number one seed in the Western A divisional tournament coming up this weekend and they are also looking to do something that has n → Read More

Voisin becomes first American female to win X Games slopestyle ski gold

Maggie Voisin made history Saturday at the Winter X Games by winning gold in slopestyle skiing.Her score of 92.33 on her opening run in Aspen made her the first American female to win gold in the event at the X Games. The Whitefish native put together thi → Read More

Cats win 31-23 in 117th Brawl of the Wild

Montana State held on to beat Montana 31-23 for their second straight Brawl of the Wild victory Saturday in Bozeman. → Read More

Montana defeats No. 18 NAU 17-15

The Montana Grizzlies defeated No. 18 Northern Arizona 17-15, while holding off a late rally in Missoula. → Read More

Griz ranked in FCS top 25

For the first time this season the Montana Grizzlies are ranked in the STATS FCS poll. → Read More

Crosstown football set for kickoff at Legends Stadium

Friday night in Kalispell the newest chapter of the crosstown football rivalry between Glacier and Flathead will be written at Legends Stadium. → Read More

Legends Stadium set for crosstown kickoff

It is week five of the high school football season, and both Glacier and Flathead have not played a true home game. → Read More

Experts encourage flu shots as season begins

Health experts say now is the time to get a flu shot. → Read More

Flathead school officials ready to move forward

After three days of school shutdown, today it was back to normal in the Flathead for 15,000 elementary and secondary students. → Read More

West Fork Fire raises asbestos concerns

The West Fork Fire burning near Libby is prompting increased concern over asbestos exposure in the area. → Read More

Sprague Fire alters Glacier visitors' travel plans

The Sprague Fire burning in Glacier National Park has brought change to the area. It claimed the Sperry Chalet, closed the west side of Going-to-the-Sun Road and has brought in firetrucks instead of tourists. → Read More

Crews work to protect Lake McDonald Lodge

The Lake McDonald Lodge at Glacier National Park is a high priority for crews fighting the lightning-caused Sprague Fire. → Read More

Caribou fire near Eureka displaces close to 400

The town of Eureka is blanketed in smoke from the Gibraltar Ridge Fire and the Caribou Fire. → Read More

Class at Columbia Falls High focuses on hands-on experience

A science class at Columbia Falls High School aims to limit students' time in the classroom and instead take full advantage of the environment northwest Montana has to offer. → Read More

New technology push at East Evergreen Elementary

A new school year began Wednesday in the Evergreen School District. The fourth largest independent elementary school in the state installed new technology for the new year. → Read More