From the Associated Press this morning: The National Park Service is seeking Montana homesteaders and their descendants to commemorate next year's 150th anniversary of the Homestead Act. Montana was one of 30 homesteaded states, with more than 150,000 successful homestead claims representing about a third of the state's total acreage
I'm a fairly faithful viewer of the Sunday morning TV series A Prairie Farm Report. I'm not a farmer, but I admire ingenuity, and the show showcases farmers who have invented gadgets, gizmos and machines to do some chore or another around the place
Last week, I posted Thanksgiving recipes for sweet potatoes, green beans and carrots. Today we're taking on cranberries, which is usually my contribution to the family holiday dinners. As long as nobody notices that "my" recipe for Cranberry sauce is right there on the Ocean Spray package, I'll go on letting them think I'm a pretty good cook
Carrots are one of those vegetables that I prefer raw to cooked, but if we must have cooked carrots at Thanksgiving (and my Mother always insisted we must) here are five yummy looking recipes I found at allrecipes
For many families, Thanksgiving dinners have become a kind of "controlled pot luck". The hostess cooks the turkey, and guests bring a dish to contribute. Over time certain dishes become family traditions
That's how sports blogger Jeff Eisenberg describes this odd-but-entertaining tradition at John Brown University.
Looking at the photo, you'd assume JBU had just won a conference championship, right?
The Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks is looking for your input on a draft environmental assessment on a proposal to move a portion of the Yellowstone National Park bison herd to the Marias River Wildlife Management Area (the former Charlie Lincoln ranch) in Toole County
Sen. Max Baucus, chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, is one of twelve members of the so-called "super committee" charged with finding ways to cut $1.2 trillion (that's $1,000,000,000,000) in federal government spending
It's not everyone who can say she has punched a black bear in the nose. I suppose someone may have done it, but you have to live to tell about it. 22-year-old Brooke Collins of Juneau, Alaska did, and for good reason
Oh, how I wish I was kidding!
Summer only just arrived in Northcentral Montana and it's almost over already. Yesterday, Glacier National park posted a photo of the first turning leaves on its Facebook
What do these two plastic bears, a Bic pen and an inside-out sock have to do with a Little League World Series title? Maybe nothing. Maybe everything. Baseball players are notoriously superstitious, and it begins early
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