When he was a kid, Steve Carkeek loved to play with rocks and mud. His career allowed him to work with rocks, and since he retired four years ago, he’s taken up the art of playing with mud again.
Artist Chris Kristoffersen focuses on capturing the spirit of Norway’s trolls in sketches, paintings, and woodcarvings. His wife, Roz, is an artist in her own right, with her artistry coming through her feet and hips, rather than her fingers.
A startling number of elders face abusive conditions. Every year an estimated five million older Americans are victims of abuse, neglect, or exploitation. Unfortunately, for every individual case reported, about 24 cases are left unreported. These rates are rising, and Montana is no exception.
The madam had officially established herself as a force to be reckoned with in Miles City. By NANN PARRETT
You would have to overturn a lot of stones in Powder River County, probably a big chunk of Carter County, and some of the south end of Custer County to find a soul who does not know Lyman Amsden and his Broadus, MT., Corner Store. By ELLA MAE HOWARD
Russell Rowland’s approach to literature, like life, seems to be conversational. He likes to talk about stuff.
“It makes all the difference when you have a soft touch and a love for horses,” says Lacey. By SUZANNE WARING
Roundup and the Musselshell Valley’s history is diverse and intriguing. Curious individuals traveling through can ask the questions about this valley at the Musselshell Valley Historical Museum in Roundup. By BERNICE KARNOP
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.