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
There was no doubt whose name should appear on the door of the new Archie Bray library,
Historic Fort Benton is known as the first town in Montana. The well-known story of Shep the faithful dog attracts many visitors there.
Kay Arbuckle Reflects On History of Her Southeastern Montana Family. They’ve lived in Carter county since 1898.
By CARRIE SCOZZARO Nils Rosdahl is a self-proclaimed word nerd, whose passions also include family, singing in the choir, playing pickleball, and ducking into
For residential users, the proposed rates would mean an “average monthly bill increase of $6.37 per month.”
Save the date. Put it on your List. Circle the Sunday after Valentine’s Day. Make plans togo to the Boyes Ladies Club Annual Italian Dinner.
By CHUCK PARRETT, retired USGS Hydrologist You’ve undoubtedly heard some of the jokes about Montana winters, such as: “Yes, Montana has four seasons—almost winter,
Alfred Mathews’ Work From 1868—Pencil Sketches of Montana—on Display at Free Ceramics in Helena
For the past 16 years, Montana Veterans Foundation: The Willis Cruse House in Helena, MT, has operated under a per-diem grant issued by the National VA. This funding source ended September 2018. The organization continues to apply for grants and explore other funding opportunities, connections, and partnerships.