The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced approximately $15.7 million in supplemental funding to communities to assist them in cleaning up contaminated brownfield properties. EPA plans to provide supplemental funding to 33 successful, existing Revolving Loan Fund grantees, helping communities carry out cleanup and redevelopment projects.

Montana Department of Corrections Director Reginald D. Michael on Thursday announced that the 25-bed infirmary in Lewistown will close by late July.  The facility employs nine department security personnel, including eight correctional officers and one supervisor.  

A former California resident now living in Lewistown has published a devotional book about angels.

Unofficial primary results 2018 Fergus County

More than 5-dozen dance students will celebrate another year of practice and mid-year performances.

State and local public health officials are reminding Montanans to be aware of the risk for exposure to rabies as summer approaches. Encounters between humans and wild animals often increase in spring and summer months because of the time spent hiking and engaging in other outdoor activities.

Rabies is a fatal disease. The rabies virus is carried in the saliva of infected warm-blooded mammals and is usually transmitted to people and other animals through a bite. 

A large wolf-like animal shot and killed May 16 by a rancher near Denton has wildlife officials and the public wondering what it was.

American Legion Post #16 covers a lot of activities honoring its current and past membership.

Veterans are asking congress to help save some history for future generations.

A big motorcycle tour is scheduled for Montana riders on Saturday, July 14. It’s a fundraiser for Project Hope as Jason Grover and Tony Hunnicut promoted on their KXLO-Live visit:

Road construction will begin on June 4, 2018 for the following Lewistown construction projects:

Old railroad property that runs through town can still be used for various purposes.  City Manager Holly Phelps addressed a couple inquiries during the Monday night commission meeting.

STATEWIDE - The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) is seeking input from the public on developing the state's first pedestrian and bicycle plan. 

A series of open house workshops will be hosted across the state to help develop the vision and goals for the Montana Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan.