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  • Bird migration is causing a headache for many in Great Falls

    Bird migration is causing a headache for many in Great Falls

    Wednesday, October 17 2018 9:20 AM EDT2018-10-17 13:20:50 GMT
    If you’ve noticed a little more bird poop on your car, don’t worry, they aren’t just targeting you. When birds migrate to the south in the winter, they travel in large concentrated groups.  As a result, there will be more bird feces around the area.  Every bird species is different in how they decide when it’s time to spread their wings and fly south for warmer weather. According to Montana's FWP, Great Falls is the perfect place for birds to take...
    If you’ve noticed a little more bird poop on your car, don’t worry, they aren’t just targeting you. When birds migrate to the south in the winter, they travel in large concentrated groups.  As a result, there will be more bird feces around the area.  Every bird species is different in how they decide when it’s time to spread their wings and fly south for warmer weather. According to Montana's FWP, Great Falls is the perfect place for birds to take...
  • How one school in Great Falls is saying no to bullying

    How one school in Great Falls is saying no to bullying

    Monday, October 15 2018 9:44 AM EDT2018-10-15 13:44:43 GMT
    Loy Elementary school in Great Falls has implemented a program known as Watch D.O.G.S to help stop school bullying. The Watch D.O.G.S program started back in 1998 when two dads wanted to be more involved in their kid's lives. Today, there are over six thousand schools that have the program across the country. The goal is to eventually see the program into every school across the nation. Watch D.O.G.S is a program that aims to give kids a positive male role model while al...
    Loy Elementary school in Great Falls has implemented a program known as Watch D.O.G.S to help stop school bullying. The Watch D.O.G.S program started back in 1998 when two dads wanted to be more involved in their kid's lives. Today, there are over six thousand schools that have the program across the country. The goal is to eventually see the program into every school across the nation. Watch D.O.G.S is a program that aims to give kids a positive male role model while al...
  • Great Falls Rescue Mission says part-time jobs aren't enough to end homelessness

    Great Falls Rescue Mission says part-time jobs aren't enough to end homelessness

    Thursday, October 11 2018 5:54 PM EDT2018-10-11 21:54:49 GMT

    The city of Great Falls is continuing to grow, bringing in several new businesses this year. Despite the recent economic growth, the Great Falls Rescue Mission says the homeless population has stayed the same; serving about 200 homeless every day. According to Becky Nelson at Great Falls Public Schools, from 2017-2018, there were 370 reported homeless students However, recent statistics show that there are over 500 homeless students throughout the city. While recent job ...

    The city of Great Falls is continuing to grow, bringing in several new businesses this year. Despite the recent economic growth, the Great Falls Rescue Mission says the homeless population has stayed the same; serving about 200 homeless every day. According to Becky Nelson at Great Falls Public Schools, from 2017-2018, there were 370 reported homeless students However, recent statistics show that there are over 500 homeless students throughout the city. While recent job ...