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Campers will be introduced to 25 of Montana’s important range plants—grasses, forbs, and shrubs—and will learn about the... MORE
This Ted Swindley production is more than a tribute to the legendary country singer who died tragically at age 30 in a plane... MORE
The Festival of Nations, the oldest and most historic festival in Montana, is a 2-day event celebrating the cultures of... MORE
Jenna Caplette migrated from California to Montana in the early 1970s, first living on the Crow Indian reservation. A Healing Arts Practitioner, she owns Bozeman BodyTalk & Integrative Healthcare. She says, " Health is resiliency, a zest for the journey. It’s about coming awake to the joy of... MORE
Angela Jamison is a native Montanan and she grew up in beautiful Bozeman. I'm the mother of two girls and write a blog about our life here and taking in the simple pleasures of family and food. She smelled of sun and daisies with a hint of a mountain trail… When life gets crazy, when things get... MORE
Most local economic development schemes focus on creating jobs. Many offer incentives to startup companies, or try to lure... MORE
Cat Infestation; $43 Quarrel; Adult Tricycle Found; Sunglass Heist; Bats in the Belfry; Grievous Traffic Violation
Police Report from The Flathead 9:06 a.m. A woman on La Brant Road called in to talk about the overabundance of cats on her... MORE
This handy paperback is available for $18.95 from bookstores or pruettpublishing.com. The book features 55 trails, “dog notes,” maps and photos for each trail, leash requirements, and availability of...
Imagine Montana: The Artful Joy of Jennifer Lowe-Anker Jennifer Lowe has combined the landscapes, animals, and the people of her native Montana with a unique approach to painting. Born in Missoula...
Searching for Restless Spirits in the Last Best Place Article and Photos By Joseph Shelton As playwright Henrik Ibsen remarked, “There must be ghosts all the country over, as thick...