It always fascinates me (sometimes amuses, sometimes puzzles) to see what people actually click on when they visit news sites…especially compared to what some people *think* they will or should be clicking.
For instance, take a look at what the most-clicked articles on KRTV.com were over the last week. Are you surprised by any of the items on the list?
GREAT FALLS — What were people clicking on during the past week here on KRTV?
– Finishing touches are being put on Miss Kitty’s Coffee Shop located at 2501 6th Avenue North. Click here for details.
– Cody Shon Henderson and Gabrial Orin Fitch have been charged with misdemeanor criminal mischief after allegedly vandalizing CMR High School. Click here to read more.
– A tornado ripped through an oil-worker camp near Watford City, North Dakota, and was caught on video. Click here to watch.
– A car crashed along the side of a steep hill near Dearborn, but fortunately the driver was not seriously injured. Click here for details.
– Amanda Caldwell of Bozeman isn’t just a hunter – she’s also a finalist in a national contest called “Extreme Huntress.” Click here to read more and watch.
– Huge hailstones clobbered several towns and powerful winds downed power lines on Wednesday in some part of north-central Montana, and even destroyed an airplane hangar in Big Sandy. Click here to read more.
– Christopher Michelotti, a 30-year-old Great Falls man wanted by U.S. Marshals, was arrested in Hill County. Click here for details.
– The 40th Helicopter Squadron at Malmstrom Air Force Base racked up saves #400 and #401. Click here for details.
– Robert Spearson and Shaudey Komeotis were arrested after a 14+-hour search by several law enforcement agencies. Click here for details.