BOZEMAN — Montana State University has received a $570,000 donation for its business college and to encourage students to pursue entrepreneurship.
“Blankets & Bears” founder Sandy McCaffree holds a donation bundle consisting of a stuffed lion, purple blanket and a brightly colored pillow.
Bundles of teddy bears, blankets and pillows lay assembled in the home of Sandy McCaffree.
Donated blankets and teddy bears wait to be assembled in the home of Sandy McCaffree, founder of "Blankets & Bears," an organization that donates blankets and bears to kids in need.
Big Sky Honor Flight board member Ray Robison discusses his experience on an Honor Flight with upcoming flight participant and World War II veteran Jack Engleman, 86, on Monday at West Park Village.
Cenex Zip Trip Eastern District Regional Manager Tom Savas honors Big Sky Honor Flight with a check for over $27,000 on Monday at West Park Village.
From left, Denny Harper of American Legion Post 100 in Park City, Max Long of American Legion Post 123 in Laurel, Don Hedges of American Legion Post 123 in Laurel and Disabled American Veterans member Bob Scott all took part in fundraising for Big Sky Honor Flight.
LANDER, Wyo. — Friends of a Lander couple who lost two young daughters in a crash this week are raising money to help the family.
Katherine Doney, 14, grew up watching her mother volunteer, tagging along as she dropped off supplies or gave her free time to help.
The 91 World War II veterans heading to Washington, D.C., later this month for the fourth Big Sky Honor Flight won't have to pay a cent for the trip, but that doesn't mean it's cheap getting them there.
MISSOULA — Over the past decade, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has contributed $400,000 to study wolves.
As residents sort through the aftermath of Montana’s largest fires and brace for the brunt of fire season, a group of Billings residents have organized a relief effort dedicated to helping communities that have been affected.
Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument announced Friday that local communities, visitors to the park and concerned citizens may drop off household donations at the national monument for people impacted by the recent fires.
Senior High School class of 1957 members, from left, Doreen Dougherty-Salfer, Sandra Southworth-Hert and Lucille Sheldon-Hill show some of their class memorabilia.
Class of 1957 members gathered recently at Senior High to see benches and landscaping that they purchased for the school. The group also funds the food pantry at the school.
LAUREL - The floor and furniture coated with debris and a 2-inch-thick layer of a sooty, spongy mix of ash and damp firefighting foam, Victor and Merry Bachmeier and their family sifted through the rubble of what just 36 hours earlier was their home, looking for anything they could salvage.
Mild weather has been good news for most area thrift stores, which have seen a boost in donations even beyond the holidays.
Bracing herself against a stiff winter wind on Saturday, Stephanie Garcia hauled a Jeep-load of toys across the MetraPark parking lot.
ExxonMobil and PPL Montana donated $40,000 to ZooMontana to help put the zoo in the right track of regaining accreditation with the Association of Zoos and Aquariums.