Brian Solomon, 1 of today's most accomplished railway historians, is out with a NEW railroad book & it's another WINNER for sure. Brian's been 1 of my favorite guests on the Puffman Show, & he's authored more than 30 books about railroads & motive power. His writin
Tall Todd the custom harvester guy says that he is 1 field short of finishing in Clinton, Oklahoma. That field is still muddy, but should be dried out enough today as the forecast there is for 95 degrees & 15 to 30 mph south winds! The crop ran from 25 to 30 bushels to the acre with test weights between 57 & 58 pounds, except for 1 load that only weighed 47.9 pound
It will be more FUN than usual at 4:35 this afternoon (Monday) on Puffman Musical Trivia when we'll helping to celebrate the 62nd birthday today of a real FUN recording star. I'm sure that Gary will be mentioning this performer this morning on his Official Birthday Calendar in the 10 o'clock hour
I've come across a cool hiking guide to give away tomorrow (Saturday) morning at 7:30 on Puffman SPORTS Trivia. It's Great Falls author Tom Kotynski's "Discover The Rocky Mountain Front," an updated & revised hiking guide & travel companion for the entire Rocky Mountain Front, an iconic landscape where the Rocky Mountains tower abruptly above the northern plains. Stretc
That's what an astute New York Times Bestselling Author says about the new book that I'll be giving away this afternoon (Friday) on the Puffman Show. I'll be talking with author of "Moonlight on Butternut Lake," the marvelous Mary McNear
I'm already looking forward to the next book that I'll be reading for Montana History up at the Heritage Center here in Shelby. Montana author & historian Lee Rostad (originally from Roundup), has put together the Ringlings' Montana stories, plus tales of the circus's ups & downs in the engrossing "Three Ringlings in Montana; Circus Trains to Cattle Ranches." It's
The Montana Veterans Affair Rep has blown into our Golden Triangle this week, & if you missed the rep this morning (Wednesday) here in Shelby, there's still an opportunity for a visit this afternoon from 1 until 3 o'clock over in Cut Bank at the Glacier County Extension Office. To
Daniel & Panayiota McCorkle are resting side by side west of Conrad these days but they've "alive & well" in the book we're currently reading up at the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby. The biography of Daniel & Panayiota, "To Speak Of Love Was Not Enough" by Dorothy (Mrs. Louis) Flo
Alma Terrebonne thought she was done with Montana, with its cruel poverty, bleak winters, & stifling ways.. Hard work & steely resolve got her to Yale, & now she's an attorney in a high-profile Seattle law firm. But an une
Anglers out here in the Northwest are supporting a new rule that restores protections for America's headwater streams under the Clean Water Act. Trout Unlimited President & CEO Chris Woods says, "The waters this rule protects are the sources of our nation's coldest, cleanest water. No
The Precipitation Report for the month of May at the Knees has been officially released! May 17th saw .88, while the 29th of the month rolled in with a .49. May 27th & May 28th posted .25 & .24 respectively. There
I received word this morning (Tuesday) from Tall Todd, the custom cutter guy who shows up here to the Golden Triangle every harvest season. Todd says that his crew has started to harvest in Vernon, Teas, where they have had over 25 inches of rain! Their 1st winter wheat field they harvested yielded 15 bushels to the acre & was 51.9 t
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