Montanans—Who Are We?-At a recent family reunion, I sat with four generations of Montanans. We ate a typical picnic spread. The thing which brought these four generations here, this day, was our Montana roots.
Ahi Tuna Steaks on Slaw with Bacon Wrapped Asparagus-Imagine the gentle crash of waves and cool tropical air as you rest from your everyday cares. Come meal-time, you crave something just as fresh as the sea itself. This Ahi tuna steak recipe should fit the bill.
How to Know When Your Aging Loved One Needs Support at Home-“Her big thing was, ‘I’m fine, I’m strong,’ recalls her daughter Margaret Robbibaro. “She was going to motor on.” Yet over the next few months, the Sewickley resident started to notice things weren’t quite right with her 84-year-old mother.
Skullcracker Skullduggery – Moonshine-Our image of a moonshiner? A lone, lanky, scraggly, rugged, sunburnt, long-bearded, floppy-hatted. beady-eyed, suspicious, individual-liberty-lovin’, Feds-hatin’, shotgun-totin’ hillbilly, high on a remote, forested Appalachian mountain.
Great Falls to Host Week of Native Events This Fall-This fall, for the first time, tribal leaders and community members from across the state will convene in Great Falls for a week of events, including traditional games, powwows, storytelling, and a conference.
Elder Mediation Can Help Families Navigate Thorny Caregiving Issues-While mediators have been used for years to help divorcing couples sort out legal and financial disagreements and avoid court battles, eldercare mediation is a relatively new and specialized service designed to help families resolve disputes that are related to aging parents or other elderly relatives.
Five Financial Benefits of Hiring a Daily Money Manager-In an era of increasing financial complexity, managing personal finances can become overwhelming for many individuals. Enter the daily money manager (DMM), a professional service that offers invaluable assistance in organizing and overseeing day-to-day financial matters.
Historic Tipi Rings-Members of the Youth Forest Monitoring Program record the placement of historic stone circles, likely tipi rings, near the banks of the Sun River along the Rocky Mountain Front.
The Art of Leaving Home-Moving out of an apartment, as I’ve been doing recently, convinces me, at last, to resign from American consumer culture and live with only bedding, one towel, two changes of clothing, a pair of shoes, and one suit to wear for shows and also to be buried in.