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Come join us for Margarita Meltdown at the Montana Expo Park Pacific Steel & Recycling Four Seasons Arena. A great... MORE
This Friday, January 30th, MSU will have over 800 prospective students and parents visiting campus for MSU Friday, which is... MORE
Rare reunion apperance. Nationally acclaimed 5 piece band playing Contemporary Bluegrass. Come join us at Red Lodge Pizza Co... MORE
Kyle Ploehn
Kyle Ploehn is an artist, illustrator and writer living in Billings Montana. He likes to spend the few hours he isn't painting hiking the mountains of Montana. I’ve always loved Chickadees. They’re happy birds that seem to defy the seasons themselves with their year-round sightings and whistled... MORE
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Angela Jamison
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. The holidays have come and gone. Spring still a distant dream away. We are stuck firmly in the middle... MORE
Super Bowl XLIX, one of the most-watched sporting events of the year, will kick off Sunday but many people already know who... MORE
In celebration of the Mining City’s 150th anniversary, the spotlight this week is on 1930 to 1939. Life doesn’t always... MORE
The most famous falconer in the world lives in retirement here, retirement being a relative notion. Hal Webster, a Navy man... MORE
montana bison
What will the balance of wildlife in Montana look like in 2043? Thirty years is not much in terms of wildlife population changes under normal conditions. Populations can go up and down from year to...
Snowkiting - Noah Poritz
Snowkiting Montana - It can’t get any better!Article and Photos by Noah Poritz In the winter Montana is a cold, snowy state with abundant wind. With the arrival of the first snow storms, through...
Right Now Technologies, Montana
Montana dreaming usually includes big sky, tall snowy peaks, scenic horseback rides, hiking, grizzly and technology. Strange bedfellows perhaps, but for many Montanans, Bozeman’s technology...