The Central Montana Tavern Association is hosting a fundraising event in the next week. Mike Lanphier explains what the event is all about.

The Annual Lewistown Easter Egg Hunt is still going on as scheduled. Cindy Burch Explains there are some changes for this year’s event.

Lewistown has a new police chief, Justin Jenness was selected as the new chief after the retirement of Corey Birdwell. Jenness goes over what his top priorities are going forward.

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Montana State University Billings will cut 37 programs in an effort to align its coursework with student and workforce needs.

The university plans to cut programs from every college including majors, minors and certificates that each department has identified as experiencing declining demand.

The Lewistown Public Schools are excite to announce that District Clerk/Business Manager Rebekah Rhoades has been selected as the new Montana Association of School Business Officials Region 5 Director. Rebekah will also serve on the Board of Directors for the entire state of Montana.

The Fergus County Commission held their regular meeting this past Wednesday afternoon. Board Chairman Ross Butcher gives us a rundown of what was discussed at the meeting.

The Great Falls National Weather Service held a Skywarn Spotter Training last night at the Fergus County Sheriff’s Office. Meteorologist Francis Kredensor explains the reason these classes are held each year.

The Lewistown Public School Board held their regular meeting Monday evening. Superintendent Thom Peck explains highlights from the meeting.

The Lewistown TIF Board met for their monthly meeting Monday morning. Vice-Chair Jim Wier goes over some of the highlight of the meeting.

The Lewistown Airport Board held their monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon. Airport Board Chairman Dr. Steve Mosby gives us the highlights of the meeting.

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From the Fergus County Commissioners Office:

[Lewistown, MT] | Patients at Central Montana Medical Center will soon benefit from studies using the latest in x-ray technology made possible through a grant from The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust’s Rural Healthcare Program.

The Lewistown Public School Board held a special meeting Monday evening. The board discussed the possible expulsion of a student. After two hours of hearing testimony from witnesses, and based on an administration recommendation the board made a motion for expulsion of the student for a year. Superintendent Thom Peck explains that expulsion is never an easy decision to make.