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The name Great Falls was taken from five waterfalls Louis and Clark were forced to go around on their famous expedition. The first residents of the area were Salish Native Americans who came through while hunting for buffalo. The first Europeans in the area were fur trappers. Today Great Falls is home to the Malmstrom Air Force Base, and Great Falls International Airport. The general manager of the Great Falls baseball team supposedly spotted UFO's over the city in 1950.

Population: 56690
Local Newspapers: The Great Falls Tribune
Local Sports Teams: The Voyagers (minor league baseball)
Local Colleges: The University of Great Falls

Zip Codes associated with great falls, montana: 59401 59404 59405
Towns/Cities near great falls, montana : Sun Prarie Cascade Fort Benton Malmstrom AFB

Great Falls News
Keep the light shining on our government

By Gary Moseman, Lincoln The second full week of March is always a busy one around Montana as the snow melts and the bears and residents come out of hibernation.The week of March 11 culminates with a Saturday St. Patrick's Day with parades and other celebrations.

News Minute: Here is the latest Montana news from The Associated Press at 2:40 a.m. MST

District Judge Kathy Seeley said she would consider testimony she heard Friday in support of a motion to overturn the murder convictions of two Montana State Prison inmates. Attorneys for Freddie Joe Lawrence and Paul Jenkins argue recent DNA tests indicate David Wayne Nelson may be responsible for killing Donna Meagher near Helena in 1994.

Montana's 'Man on Ice' charged after escaping psychiatric ward

Two days after being taken into custody, "Man on Ice" Ben Staples escaped from a hospital. He is now charged with multiple criminal offenses Montana's 'Man on Ice' charged after escaping psychiatric ward Two days after being taken into custody, "Man on Ice" Ben Staples escaped from a hospital.

Safari Club International Great Falls Chapter holding annual fundraiser

Join the Great Falls Chapter of Safari Club International for their upcoming fundraising banquet. Partial proceeds will go back into the Safari Club, which has given over one million dollars to programs throughout Great Falls and Central Montana in protecting hunting rights and conservation of animals.

Canadian truck driver pleads guilty in crash that killed man

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108 degrees today? If not, small Montana city sets coldest February record

Check out this story on USATODAY.com: https://usat.ly/2FIgbww High winds caused heavy drifting and closed roads in the Browning area over the weekend. More high wind is in the forecast for Tuesday.

Family escapes fire near Fox Farm Road

A family was able to escape a blaze this morning in Great Falls after a portion of their garage caught fire. Several agencies, including Great Falls Fire Rescue, responded to the call on 18th Avenue SW around 8 Saturday morning.

Post office should not get rate increase

Please help us understand why the post office is entitled to another rate increase when they can't seem to deliver the mail like they should in the first place? I mailed out a package to Great Falls, Montana, and it was supposed to have been delivered by Saturday yet I got online and tracked it and for some reason it went to Wisconsin instead. Why? I tried calling the 1-800 number but all you get is a recording.

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