Every day we’re inundated with information and often from two opposing sides. So how do we teach kids to evaluate the information they read and hear, whether it comes from the media, our leaders, family, or friends?
One of Dublin’s premier Irish bands, The Black Donnellys Dublin, will be touring Montana in March. Dave Rooney, voted 2012 Best Irish Singer/Songwriter of
BY STEVE HEIKKILA Texas chili is the stuff of legend. Some people refer to it as chili con carne, but in Texas, it’s just
In the past, I never attempted to bake anything else while the granola crisped in the oven….However, this one evening, I thought I could save time and let my oven do double duty. Homemade granola and stew don’t mix
By HOLLY ENDERSBY While the big-name cellars flourish in Washington, Idaho, and Oregon, finding smaller wineries producing great wine at reasonable prices is still
Livingston Author Richard Wheeler is not your average award-winning writer of Western literature. He published his first novel when he was fast-approaching 50, and he has since produced 80 novels. It’s hard to comprehend.
(Lyle Manley, Sweetgrass Books, 2014 [ vol.1] and 2016 [vol.2]; By AARON PARRETT Between them, the two volumes of Lyle Manley’s memoir, Adventures of
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.
A yummy cookie recipe for the holidays
January and February days are dark, and spring seems a long way off. Solution to the deep winter doldrums? Why festivals, of course! By HOLLY ENDERSBY