Town and Country grocery store has started to make an impact on our nonprofit organizations in Central Montana. Here is Ann Tuss with the details, along with store Manager Bridget Demaline:

Airport Manager Brian Armour has this information on the board meeting from Wednesday July 1.

Fair board member Alan Shammel visited KXLO News to update Central Montana on 2020 fair plans.

Local resident Ray Woody is looking to put signage up at historical Fort McGinnis and he's asking for your help.

Jaimee Hess from Rudy Strnad State Farm Agency stopped into KXLO Live to issue this challenge to Central Montana.

Dale Pfau was in today to let the Central Montana area residents know about a food truck coming to town.

Camp Director Dean Sane  talks about the camps happening the week of July 6.

Lighthouse Baptist Church of Lewistown is hosting their annual tent revival July 5th through the 10th. Pastor Robert Snyder Stopped by the KXLO studios to tell us about this annual event.

The Fergus Electric Annual Meeting was held this past Thursday morning at the Fergus county Fairgrounds parking lot. This year due to the Coronavirus pandemic the meeting was broadcast on KXLO Radio. The annual meeting include the election of two incumbent board members who ran unopposed. Brent Maxwell and Kathy Kombol will serve for another three years on the Fergus electric Board.

The Fergus County Commission met for their regular meeting this past Thursday afternoon. Board Chair Sandy Youngbauer gives us the highlights of the meeting.

Men Surviving Cancer, a Central Montana support group, will suspend its monthly meetings until September.

KXLO Radio is proud to bring you the Montana Congressional Candidate debate this Thursday evening.

Montana Governor Steve Bullock announced last Friday that KellyAnne Terry of Lewistown was named to the State Historical Preservation Review Board.

The Central Montana Foundation started a Covid-19 Relief Fund last month. Executive Director Carrie Mantooth explains they have already started giving much needed funds out to the non-profit community.

The Moose Lodge of Lewistown is offering take out and delivery off their menu. Dave and Shar Jackson stopped by KXLO Live and talked about their menu and shared a special announcement about Easter.

To further protect customers and staff as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Bank of the Rockies has found it necessaryto limit access to our lobby.  You can still use their drive-up and night depository.

Starting on Wednesday, March 18th, Lewistown Public Schools will have the ability to offer lunches to all children in our community ages 1 to 18. This benefit will be in place during scheduled school days until further notice.  Pick up sites will be:

Elephation is a non-profit helping to establish healthy elephant-human relationships. Chrissy Pratt Elephation Director talks about an upcoming benefit for the group.

The Montana Winter Fair is the one time each year the legend of the Ice Queen comes alive. Karen Kuhlman stopped by earlier this week to let us know when we can meet the Ice Queen during this year’s Montana Winter Fair.

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.