Have a Heart: Check Your Blood Pressure-By MARY ANN REUTER The only way to know if you have high blood pressure, also called hypertension, is to have your blood pressure tested. Understanding the results is key to controlling high blood pressure, according to the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association (AHA/ASA). Your blood pressure is recorded as two numbers. Systolic blood pressure (the… Read More »Have a Heart: Check Your Blood Pressure
Montana’s Bleu Horses-Just north of Three Forks, you'll see a herd grazing on the hillside. They are the Bleu Horses, an artist's gift to the people of Montana.
Mary Long Alderson: Montana Woman Suffragist-We have Alderson to thank for being especially steadfast in working to gain women the right to vote, for encouraging women to be progressive, and for bringing forth the bitterroot as the state flower.
Remembering the Arbuckles-Kay Arbuckle Reflects On History of Her Southeastern Montana Family. They've lived in Carter county since 1898.
A Charmed Life in Print: Nils Rosdahl-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 a local eatery where, even if he doesn’t know everyone, most locals have heard of him. Rosdahl notices, for example, that most people say “towards,” adding an unnecessary S at the… Read More »A Charmed Life in Print: Nils Rosdahl
Montana Winters: So Cold-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, winter, still winter, and road construction;” or “You know you’re in Montana if you have to make your kid’s Halloween costume large enough to fit over her parka;” blah, blah, blah.… Read More »Montana Winters: So Cold
Lessons from Inside Alzheimer’s-Alzheimer’s manifests itself differently in every person. The disease gives us important opportunities to rise to be our best selves.