By AARON PARRETT — June is Montana Pride Month. LGBTQ Seniors Realize Progress, but Still A Ways to Go.
By DIANNA TROYER — Photographing wildflowers offered countless unforgettable moments for 83-year old friends, Sharron Larter Akers and Sharon Phillips Huff.
By DIANNA TROYER — A telepathic pet communicator mentioned my old feline friend out of the blue: “Oh, by the way, Spock wants me to tell you he’s coming back.”
By NANN PARRETT — The Nationally Acclaimed Principal of Helena’s Broadwater Elementary School, Sue Sweeney, retires after 32 years in education.
By HOLLY ENDERSBY — Ready for your bucket-list fish? If latching onto a 10-foot, 400-pound sturgeon is your idea of fun, head to Hells Canyon on the Snake River.
Brynn Holt of Helena, Mont., is both a writer and a construction worker who specializes in moving and arranging architectural stone.
Glenn Elison works for Montana outdoor recreationists and wildlife to provide access to all public land and water in Montana.
A survey by the Woodrow Wilson Foundation finds Americans don’t possess history knowledge needed to be informed and engaged citizens.
In my seventh decade, I do lots more thinking about fishing than I do actually fishing. Fishing memories are a lot easier than real fishing.
Most Montanans take for granted the ability to turn on a faucet and see water pour from a spigot or to illumine a room with a flip of a switch. Yet, in places such as the mountain villages of Guatemala, these commonplace amenities remain largely unattainable.