This New York Times Notable Book of the Year, available now in paperback, "is not only the remarkable story of our first lady's family, providing insight into some of the wonderful traits that have been passed down to her, but also a microcosm of our country's story as well
Authentic hand-made religious wood carving from Bethlehem are winding their way to our Golden Triangle this Easter week. These carvings include crosses, figurines, & plaques. Today, Wednesday, the carvings are available for sale at St. Wi
Montana's most comprehensive look at energy is coming to Billings. The Big Sky Energy Forum is set for May 7-8, 2013 at the Crowne Plaza.
The Big Sky Energy Forum brings together regional communities, business leaders and industry professionals to discuss the current and potential economic opportunities related to energy growth in Montana and ways to expand on those opportunities to increase economic development
I've been checking out some of those "women romance" novels lately & I note that Harlequin author Sherryl Woods is coming out with 3 "summer sizzlers"! "Sand Castle Bay" to be released next month (April) kicks from the series by introducing her readers to the youngest sister, Emily Castle, an ambitious interior designer who is torn between her successful career on the west coast & her old love. "Her o
MISSOULA, MONTANA (3/26/13) – The University of Montana Grizzly football spring scrimmage, sponsored by the Mission Mountain Chapter of the Grizzly Scholarship Association, is just three weeks away, Saturday, April 13, 2013, in Ronan, Mont., at th
It's that time of year again when communities across the country dust off their shovels & rakes & take part in Arbor Day activities that improve neighborhoods, brighten city parks, clean roadways, & foster care & concern for the communities in which they life. Spring truly I
That's what we're doing these Tuesday nights during "Montana History" at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. Last week, we started the book, "Glacier From the Inside Out-Best stories from The Inside Trail"
Today, March 25, is National Medal of Honor Day, established by an act of Congress to honor those who have receive the nation's highest military award. The Medal of Honor was first awarded on March 25, 1863, to six Union soldiers from a group known as Andrew's Raiders, for their actions that disrupted rebel troop movements during the Civil War. Of
If you follow some of my blogs, you already know that I thoroughly enjoy reading. I think I speak for all of us here in Shelby when I say that we are most fortunate to have the services of an EXCELLENT public library
I've received word that the Oilmont County Water District is under a "bottled water advisory". This advisory has been issued simply as a precautionary order. Oilmont residents are being advised to use bottled water or else boiling their water first
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