Here's a look at some of the biggest stories trending in Montana.

  • Because of improvements in the staffing and scheduling at the Missoula Rural Fire Department, home insurance rates have been lowered on homes within five miles of a fire station, and 1,000 feet from a fire hydrant. Read More: News Talk KGVO Radio
  • All of the ice and snow was pretty much melted on this last week, but that has all changed in and around Billings! Read More: Billings News - NewsTalk 95.5
  • You probably know the Country Dance Club better as the free Friday SOB Barn dance that has been happening for over 10 years. Thousands of students, including myself, have enjoyed these free all-ages country dance nights at the old SOB Barn on campus, but now they are without a venue and need the community's help. Read More: Bozeman News - 96.7 KISS FM
  • Oh Valentines Day, some people can't get enough of this holiday and others loathe it with every fiber of their being. I personally I'm quite indifferent to the whole thing, it will vary based on my relationship status by the time the big day rolls around. Read More: Popcrush 97.1 - Billings
  • In a letter released late Friday afternoon, Ravalli County Attorney Bill Fulbright said he has engaged an outside accounting firm to conduct a thorough, independent audit of the county treasurer's office. Read More: News Talk KGVO Radio
  • The Kitchen Dwellers, formed only three years ago in Bozeman, are quickly emerging as one of the best bluegrass bands in the country. Come see them in Bozeman for the last time before they set off for their first national tour at The American Legion on Friday, January 31. Read More: Bozeman News - The Moose 95.1 FM
  • Montana is gorgeous. She's also rough around the edges, throws some good curve balls and argues with new-comers. However, Montana produces some of the best photos in the world. Read More: Bozeman News - The Moose 95.1 FM
  • It's true! ZZ Top will be performing at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse in Bozeman on March 26th and we've got the details on how to get tickets! Read More: Bozeman News - The Moose 95.1 FM 
  • Ward Two City Councilman Adam Hertz said on Tuesday, January 28, that he would have voted "no" to allow Mayor Jon Engen to offer $50 million for the Mountain Water Company, which would probably lead to condemnation. Read More: Missoula News - 107.5 Zoo FM