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Student Art: ‘Breath of Silence’
The art featured above is called "Breath of Silence" and is an acrylic painting, monochromatic study by Whitefis...
Ski Kind campaign reminds users to be courteous on the trail
In winter’s predawn darkness, groomers work to create miles of pristine corduroy and tracks for skate skiing, traditional cross country skiing, snowshoeing a...
Council work session discusses updates to landscape, tree regulations
The Whitefish City Planning Staff has been cleaning up and updating the city’s Landscaping and Tree Retention and Preservation Standards.
Sun Road to be accessible to bikers, hikers by mid-May
Hikers and bikers should have access to the Going-to-the-Sun Road by mid-May, Glacier National Park spokeswoman Gina Kerzman said last week.
City Council preview for March 20
Whitefish City Council meets on Monday, March 20, beginning at 7:10 p.m. at City Hall.
Pilot launches annual Best of Whitefish competition
The Whitefish Pilot is gearing up to host the annual Best of Whitefish competition that citizens and businesses of Whitefish have been participating in for n...
Nissen family puts land under conservation easement with the Flathead Land Trust
The Flathead Land Trust recently helped a Whitefish family place a 24-acre, open-space property under a conservation easement.
City to apply for grant that would improve safety near middle school
The Whitefish City Council voted unanimously to authorize staff to apply for a grant to complete the missing link section of the Whitefish Promenade.
Zinke calls for end to Glacier’s reservation system
Montana Congressman Ryan Zinke has concerns about Glacier National Park’s reservation system, claiming it locks out locals.
Spring burning season opens
Spring open burning season in Flathead County runs from March 1 to April 30.
Looking Back for March 8
Julio Delgado, 1971 graduate of Whitefish High School, was named to the list of “Outstanding College Athletes of America.”
New forest technology offers alternative to burning slash piles
Forest management activities are a major part of life in Northwest Montana; they create valuable products like lumber and employ many across the region.
FEC’s energy savings totaled $800,000 in 2022
Flathead Electric Cooperative members saved enough energy last year to power 285 average energy-use homes in the Flathead Valley.
Award-winning documentary film looks back at famed 10th Mountain Division
The Ski Heritage Center Museum will present an encore screening of the award-winning documentary film “Mission: Mt Mangart” at the O’Shaughnessy Center in Wh...
Songwriter festival announces line-up for September 2023
The Whitefish Songwriter Festival announces the line-up of songwriters for the third annual festival that will be held in downtown Whitefish from September 14 - 16, 2023.
Police Calls: Famous woman annoyed, UFO sighting
The manager of the property on Wisconsin Avenue reported four unauthorized juveniles were in the pool.