I’m tired of snow, and I don’t think we’re done with it yet. If you think this winter’s snow accumulation is abnormally high, you are absolutely right.
It’s hard to believe that a philanthropic group that has provided more than $300 million in financial assistance to over 102,000 women is practically unheard of throughout Montana and the U.S. But such is the case with the international organization known only by the initials P.E.O.
Archie Lorentzen appreciated that Darby High School had given him an outstanding foundation for doing what he was able to do without a college degree. He wanted to give back. The school had an imminent need, as did the public library and other businesses in Darby: they needed high-speed Internet access.
Jerry Sikorski has devised a unique strategy for farming that involves no cultivation, crop rotation, planting cover crops, and small sections of pollination crops, designed for the sole purpose of attracting more bugs.
Eybel’s Cafe was located on Helena’s Last Chance Gulch, where The Painted Pot stands today. Constructed in 1922, the cafe was famous for its homemade pies and catered especially to the town’s single residents, as noted on the National Register sign detailing the building’s history.
If someone ever took a notion to rebuild Butte and restore the city to the glory it sported in its architectural prime, the book “Lost Butte” by Richard Gibson would be the natural place to start.
People of all fitness levels are welcome to participate in the Spartan races, either as elite racers who are competitive or open entrants who simply want to finish. A racecourse is offered for children, too.
Flying customized kites is like watching an aerial art show that not only entertains spectators and kite fliers but also helps them heal and learn. Kites can restore and transform people’s attitudes.
The Original Montana Club became the oldest private club west of the Mississippi. In 2017, the Board of Governors decided to open the club to the public, making it a for-profit, cooperative association.
As we approach the 2018 wildfire season, we wonder what can we learn from last year. How did last year’s fires blow out of control? Why couldn’t we stop them? What can we do differently this year? Unfortunately, no easy answers exist for these questions.