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Ride in Yellowstone for free and before the park opens to public automobiles or buses. Animals are abundant and the days are... MORE
Missoula hosts the 36th International Film Festival with an unforgettable eight days of award winning wildlife films at the... MORE
Polson Fairground's Banquet and Cowboy Ball is a fun-filled evening consisting of a great Baron of Beef dinner, live and... MORE
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 M. As winter begins to melt into... MORE
Jenna Caplette
Jenna Caplette migrated from California to Montana in the early 1970s, first living on the Crow Indian reservation, then moving to Bozeman where she owned a downtown retail anchor for eighteen years. These days she owns Bozeman BodyTalk & Energetic Healthcare, hosts a monthly movie night,... MORE
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — Spring plowing continues in Yellowstone National Park and people should be able to... MORE
THOMPSON FALLS – There are two things that make the annual Sanders County Yard Sale-ing Event work. One is luring lots of... MORE
Montana has become the first state featured on National Geographic's “Where the Locals Go” website as part of a new $4... MORE
Through the eyes of... Native American Women Warriors By Maria Munro-Schuster   A war zone is not a place you might readily associate with home. Sergeant First Class Mitchelene BigMan, however,...
Women of the Wind: a Homesteader in Eastern Montana By Robyn Erlenbush How did one cope with loneliness, personal loss, despair, and near financial ruin during the Great Depression, then followed by...
Montana’s Wild Heart: The Rocky Mountain Front by Bill Cunningham This excerpt is from Landscape and Legacy, The Splendor of Nature, History, and Montana’s Rocky Mountain Front; published by Dr. John...