By John Vollertsen and Doug and Linda Peterson What do you get when you combine a bunch of fun-loving community-minded woman whose desire was to… Read More »The Last Chance Rhythm Mares Zany Helena Kitchen Band of the 50s and 60s
by Debbie Burke Montana’s notorious bawdy houses and infamous madams left their historic mark on the Flathead Valley. From Whitefish to Martin City to Bigfork… Read More »Madams and Brothels and History … Oh My!
By Aaron Parrett If you were to poll historians of technology, they would all point to the printing press as one of humankind’s most important… Read More »Civilizing the West with Printing Presses
Devoting her time to those who struggle with circumstances life has handed them, Deb Kottel has made a difference in many lives.
The Ravalli County Museum’s McIntosh Apple Day will be held in Hamilton, Mont., on Saturday, October 3, this year.
By Carrie Scozzaro Bill Contreraz was really looking forward to the annual Mexican Fiesta in his native Billings this year. “One of the big things… Read More »Celebrating Hispanic Americans, Mexican Culture Sept. 15-Oct.15
Sidney Armstrong is a Montana powerhouse, a formidable force in the Montana community for more than five decades.
MTCARES volunteers work to collect signatures safely in order to put Initiative 187 on the November ballot.
Dormon Olson has built replicas of toy tractors and other ag equipment for himself and farm toy collectors worldwide.