My introduction to the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness about 19 years ago took me into a rocky, lake-filled basin not far from Cooke City and hooked me on the area’s high country.
They carry messages and deliveries across the region from backyards in Jackson and Port Vincent to greenery in Mid City and the grounds of the State Capitol. Their work impacts the economy and food supply. They aren’t bees, but they do work for them.
The good times appear to be coming back for commercial and recreational lake trout and whitefish anglers on Lake Superior.
Our summers go so quickly that it seems like fall is here before we ever have a chance to enjoy all the things on our summer “to do list.”
APGAR VILLAGE — Dana Wright’s family has deep roots in Glacier National Park.
A decade ago, State Forester Bill Crapser would have told you that 85 percent of the West’s wild fires were started by lightning. Humans just didn’t cause that many blazes.
Mikeal Stevens is leaving the world of competitive parachuting on top.
The Greeneville resident placed seventh in two categories and 14th overall in the 2018 World Parachuting Championships in Poland in June, his last competition before retiring.
GREAT FALLS — George Brown of Tiburon, California, was looking forward to seeing the fantastic scenery and riding a horse after signing up for an eight-day trip through Montana's Bob Marshall Wilderness with his brother-in-law, Al Ball.