Wilmot Collins, Helena’s new mayor, made history in November by becoming the first African-American to serve as mayor in Montana’s capital city. He unseated long-time and well-liked incumbent Jim Smith, a democrat. His victory has come with a little more fanfare and fame than expected.
About 42 percent of seniors use smartphones, and that number’s on the rise. Why? They’re a useful tool. Conveniently capturing photographs is one beneficial way to use smartphones. It’s the camera you always have with you.
By CONNIE DAUGHERTY “It was an opportunity,” began almost any sentence uttered by Butte’s Sister Mary Jo McDonald as she recalled her varied paths
By ELIZABETH LARCH First, let me make something clear: I have no intention of telling anybody how to do their job. I have absolutely
Our 2018 calving season started two days before Christmas. The early start was not because the bulls got out before the June 1 turnout date. Or because we miscalculated our insemination schedule. First calf heifer No. 609 went into labor about noon on the 23rd. I walked her down to a calving shed.
This question came from Pat, who visited our AARP booth at a recent event in Helena, Mont. Q: I am really worried about tax
By BERNICE KARNOP There’s something special about dropping a line into a stream to tease a trout into taking the bait. Of course, when
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.
By HOLLY ENDERSBY We see them every day. Small brown and black darts, zipping among shrubs, looking for berries or tasty insects. Or in
(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