BOZEMAN - Habitat for Humanity, the Rotary Club, and the Red Cross partnered up for the 8th annual Fix-Up Festival in Bozeman Saturday morning.
Their goal was to fix up 12 homes with 20 volunteers to help homeowners with anything they need fixed on the inside or outside.
“So we came aware that there was an opportunity to come out here and serve on this project and so we lined up about 20 volunteers and we're out here doing everything from replacing windows, to fixing up the skirting, we got a lot of tree removal going on as well,” said John Paszkiet, director of Greater Impact.
The Fix-Up Festival was a one-day event, but you can apply to have your home fixed up next year or sign up to volunteer.
For more information about the Fix-Up Festival, click here.
BOZEMAN - There have been some recent changes to First Security Bank. First Security Bank and Big Sky Western Bank have merged together and are now owned by Glacier Bank.
A Three Forks man accused of shooting a firearm at another man and his family on Thursday was seen in Gallatin County Justice Court Friday morning.
A Butte woman was arrested in connection with stealing a truck and attempting to take a horse on Thursday.
The Yellowstone County Sheriff’s Office is searching the Lockwood area for a native American woman named Trista Devereaux, 30.