You get a whole new perspective of a landscape at 1,500 feet above ground. But it's Celestine Duncan's daily view from her office window.
Fortunately for some members of the animal kingdom—especially for this lost dog—people’s love of critters transcends all the boundaries.
The former MFW&P cinematographer didn’t leave behind his creative spirit when he retired in 2014. In fact, he’s busier than ever.
Scott Rosenthal leads unique, underground tours in the Orphan Girl Mine at the World Mining Museum in Butte, Mont.
The Appaloosa Lace Guild Preserves the Ancient Craft of bobbin lace, made by braiding and twisting threads into complex patterns.
"Love lives in an absurd little dog, A barrel held up by toothpicks...." This is a poem about an old dog named Ozzie
Suzy Holt of Helena took a trip to Ground Zero after 9-11. “Imagine looking up one morning, and one of your mountains has disappeared.”
I have had a good camping life. I have seen baby animals of all kinds, hiked a trail behind a bear, made friends with deer, and more.
A tribal member from the Flathead Reservation, Stephen Small Salmon works hard to keep his culture and native language alive.
Bruce Auchly keeps bees around the Great Falls area. “Somewhere between 20 and 30 hives is about the most I can handle with a day job”