The Central Montana Fair has announced its entertainment for the Friday night show for 2020.

The Lewistown City Commission met recently met for their regular meeting. The short agenda had a lot of information to review. City Manager Holly Phelps stopped by KXLO Live and discussed the latest with the T & C Business Center Subdivision.

There is a lot of great holiday activities this time of year. This Saturday is something for the ladies of Central Montana. Stacy Martinez has all the details.

The Central Montana Men Surviving Cancer group will meet Thursday, Dec. 12 from noon to 1 p.m. at First Christian Church, 103 12th Avenue South.

Strategic planning goals and updates from community partners will highlight the December meeting of the Fergus County Port Authority board and friends.

Tales as Old as Time is bringing Santa Paws back!  Here is Nancy Fry Moline with more information

Christmas can be a hectic time for everyone, but Lee Lantzer has this invitation to take time and enjoy some great music.

The holiday season gets underway in Lewistown this week. City Manager Holly Phelps gives us a rundown of things to help kick off the Christmas season in Central Montana.

If your making your vacation plans for next year, the Council on Aging might be able to help. Tickets are available for their big Dream Vacation fundraiser. Council Director Dale Pfau has the details.

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Montana’s minimum wage will increase 15 cents an hour to $8.65 on Jan. 1.

The Lewistown Jaycees' benefit raffle and banquet were a huge success Saturday night.   The banquet was held in the trade center at the Fergus County Fairgrounds.

The Judith Arts Society gets another season of it’s Community Music Series started this Friday evening. Judith Arts Society member Norma Zimmer explains a little history about the group and explains more about this weekend’s special guest.

The Lewistown Public Library got a little help with their budget from the City Commission. Library Director Dani Buehler explains.

LEWISTOWN, Mont. – A resource management plan (RMP) for central Montana is drawing the ire of conservation groups and former public lands officials, calling it a sell-off to the oil and gas industry.