A multifaceted interest in Montana people and their communities keeps Suzanne Waring looking for topics to research in old newspapers and books and people to interview. She also has a passion for gardening. During the busy times of her first career, Suzanne Waring wrote, “I raise a garden no matter what.” That statement is still true during her second career as a writer.
Absaroka Energy in Bozeman, Mont., is developing a “hydro battery” that makes renewable energy more balanced, reliable, and cost-effective.
Joseph Proctor became an exceptional herder and horse wrangler, which always afforded him a job, despite the color of his skin.
The Butte Symphony Orchestra, the first and oldest in the state, is putting on its “glad rags” this year to celebrate offering Butte and southwest Montana communities 70 years of classical music. The celebration will include four concerts held at the Mother Lode Theater throughout the concert season.
Many Montanans would be surprised to learn the Communist Party held most of the elected positions in Sheridan county during the 1920s.
By SUZANNE WARING Norma Ashby Smith has been part of what is good about Great Falls and Montana for the last 58 years. She has… Read More »Norma Ashby Smith Awarded We Stand Tall Award