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Timber management project aims to mimic natural process
Forests regenerate on their own naturally, sometimes through wildfire. In 1929, the Half Moon fire burned more t...
Family works to return cattle to Tobacco Valley ranch
Located just outside of Trego, the Blarney Heights Ranch sits on the land homesteaded by Octave and Lena Fortin in 1896.
Montana wants to be the next wine country
Even with the science making progress, Montana still needs its lawmakers’ to give the nascent industry more support.
Art exhibition seeks to spark conversation about homelessness
The popup art exhibit titled “The Home We Carry: A Visual Anthology of the Unhoused” is on display in Kalispell at the old Kalispell Malting and Brewing Comp...
Running streak — West Glacier woman uses Mount Brown route to train
Somer Treat eventually took up marathon running in her late 20s and decided to challenge herself to run at least three miles every day for 100 days.
Speedway fan frontrunner with NASCAR collection
Walking into Kevin Bach's garage would leave any NASCAR fan in awe.
Beer lift — Whitefish man excels at Bavarian feat of strength
After nearly three years of hard work and dedicated practice, David Sturzen walked away with the impressive championship belt and men’s national title at thi...
Montana’s first territory capital celebrates its past
Nestled along Grasshopper Creek, among the foothills of the Pioneer Mountains west of Dillon, lies what is now know as Bannack State Park.
Glacier Park bird monitoring part of continent-wide collaboration
The effort is part of the Institute for Bird Populations’ Monitoring Avian Productivity and Survivorship (MAPS) program, a continent-wide collaborative effor...
Scientists puts DNA microscope on studying harlequin duck population
While data from the harlequin’s wintering range has shown a steady decline in population numbers of the past years, gathering information from the duck’s bre...
Columbia Falls old-timey farmer’s market has bit of everything
The brainchild of Columbia Falls businesswoman Jean Flynn, the new market has space for 22 vendors and has so far in its first year of operation featured a v...
Scenes from the Northwest Montana Fair
The Northwest Montana Fair and Rodeo always provides many unforgettable moments.
ALERT medical rescue helicopter marks milestone
For 47 years, the bright red chopper synonymous with Logan Health has been on call, day and night, rain, snow or sunshine, providing rescue for those in need...
Miracle League provides opportunities beyond baseball
The Miracle League, Kalispell’s baseball league for athletes with special needs, hosted its final games of the season last week.
Car collector looks to share passion through museum
Donny Stevens’ fascination with cars goes back to his teenage years, racing his blue and white 1968 Chevy Camaro. Now, more than 46 years later, that Camaro ...
Late photographer Kurt Markus captured models and cowboys
Kurt Markus died on June 12 at his home in Santa Fe, New Mexico, after a battle with Parkinson’s disease and Lewy body dementia. He was 75.