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Sept/Oct issue preview: Launching into fall in Montana
In our September/October 2015 issue, we’re not waiting for Mother Nature to guide us slowly into fall. Instead, we’re offering up a set of stories about Montana that will definitely leave you feeling like the new season is here in full force. For starters, we’ve got a wonderful profile on one high profile hunter who calls Montana home. Jana Waller is the host of the Sportsman Channel’s Skull Bound hunting […]
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For one wicked weekend each fall, witches rule Uptown Butte
Photography of Thomas Lee By Jim Gransbery When shall we three meet again? In thunder, lightening, or in rain? When the hurly-burly’s done. When the battle’s lost and won. That will be ere the set of sun. – The three witches – Macbeth, Act 1 Scene 1 In Butte, witches coven when early-setting sun tinges November snow. Cold? It matters not as a cauldron of “evil” brew warms their wicked […]
Skull Bound: Florence duo showcases hunting adventures on Sportsman Channel show
Grizzly football: Stitt in the spotlight
Battlefield science: Evolving search techniques help history-minded group find artifacts
Northern Montana plains help fulfill bucket list trip with man’s best friend
Montana disability rights leaders reflect on 25 years of ADA
Historic mining camp offers chance to step back in time
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Love Letters to Montana
Submitted by Amy Engbretson May and it’s a full moon night. We pull 9in with the trailer loaded, all the way from Ohio. We’ve been married for a week. Under the great blue sky, the love of my life has spent four months building a house. The first dirt has moved while we were both there, dreaming as new lovers do about our life together. Before that, before we disturbed […]
Montana Book Reviews: Worth a Read
By Doug Mitchell A blue suitcase full of memories at the center of a poetic work of fiction. A thought-provoking book about business that challenges readers to tilt their perspectives. A set of stories that help with reconnecting, dealing with death, a visit to heaven and offer a twist on the classic Western novel. Montana Magazine contributor Doug Mitchell reviews a multifaceted set of books as broad as the Big […]