By CARRIE STENSRUD Using Essential oils as healing agents dates back to ancient Egyptian, Roman, and Greek cultures. Natural oils have a stigma, but
The Native American legend Tale of Two Wolves contains a wisdom worth sharing with a wider readership. The point of the message has continued to be meaningful to a wide cross-section of people.
The new Old Folks at Home CD, Johnny’s Gone to War: Songs of the Civil War (Richard Baker, 2017), is a particularly timely album of music for anyone noticing how feverish and polarized our American political situation has become. In some ways, it seems we’re still fighting the Civil War.
By SUZANNE WARING Over the door of the Clark’s Fork Restaurant in Bozeman are the words, “Discover Fresher Food.” No doubt, a person wonders
Hard water fishing is easy as holding a line with a worm on the end and dropping it through the hole.
Elakaka — where people are tough and resilient. Letting emotional turmoil get in the way of work is not even an option.
Wibaux is a small, gateway-to-Montana town that won the love and loyalty of cattle baron Pierre Wibaux 200 years ago.
Montana artists display artwork at Coila Evans Gallery.
In a world that changes faster than the weather in Montana, it’s comforting to find yourself in a Western supper club, where time has stood still.
by DR. AARON PARRETT
Sheila Rice embodies what the phrase “Montana Citizen” is all about. Born in Anaconda and raised in Great Falls, Rice has devoted her life and career to public service in the Great Falls community and throughout the state of Montana.