It was in America that the crosscut got its second name, “the misery whip,” as day-long sawing was truly a misery.
By BERNICE KARNOP For those who are weary of hearing about building a wall, I have good news. Montana’s wall was finished in 1893,
Forget eating healthy, exercise, and whatever else doctors say about how to maintain youth. The real secret to vitality is Poetry.
Glenn Elison works for Montana outdoor recreationists and wildlife to provide access to all public land and water in Montana.
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.
Just north of Three Forks, you’ll see a herd grazing on the hillside. They are the Bleu Horses, an artist’s gift to the people of Montana.
We have Alderson to thank for being especially steadfast in working to gain women the right to vote, for encouraging women to be progressive, and for bringing forth the bitterroot as the state flower.
Printmaker James Todd brings flexibility to his art through line drawing, wood cutting, engraving, and painting.
The theme for this year’s Gerontology Society conference is “Aging Together in Montana: Something in Common.” It will provide many excellent opportunities to connect