Marian Jean Setter, 97, and Ruth Katzenberger Lowden, 93, both WWII nurses on differtent sides of the battle, became friends in Great Falls.
Do traces of residual energy or kind or cranky ghosts linger in homes, buildings, or places? Author Ellen Baumler knows her Montana ghosts!
Plastic microparticles have been found in the Gallatin, the Montana's pristine river that flows through some of the most beautiful terrain.
She's a crusader for social justice, serving as the director of Criminal Justice Services. And she has quite a resume of helping others.
He’s not a drug store cowboy. He’s the real thing, tending livestock on his 600-acre ranch. His music celebrates the Great Northern Plains.
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.
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.
Railroads were slow in coming to Montana, hampering the Montana Territory from emerging beyond its frontier status.
Happening Sept. 14-15 in Kalispell, the Flathead River Writers Conference gives writers a chance to meet authors and publishing professionals.