“I always regretted that I wasn’t able to give my senior recital,” said Joe Cherewatenko of Great Falls. After 48 years, he did it.
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.
After COVID layoffs, Coaster Cycles brought back employees, retooled the cargo bike plant, and now they make 50,000 face shields a day.
The historic 10th Street Bridge in Great Falls was set for demolition. Preservation Cascade worked to restore it to its original glory.
Tatting is the 200-year-old art of making a lace with loops and knots. All you need is thread, a shuttle, and your hands.