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Back 2 The Mine
The Bearcreek, Montana coal mine, & the February 27th, 1943 coal mine explosion & fire that killed 75 of the 78 men on duty on the day shift. I'll be up at the Marias Heritage Center this evening (Tuesday) to read & share more Montana History as we continue on with the b…
Our Heritage Center & Montana History
I'll be stopping by the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby this evening (Tuesday) to read & share more Montana History. (I also like to pick up a piece of gossip or two when I'm there,) We'l bel continuing on with our current "armchair traveling" historical adventure this evening wi…
That’s It From Here Now
It was February 27, 1943, when one of the 75 coal miners killed in the Bear Creek, Montana underground coal mine explosion scratched out "Goodbye wifes and daughters." That the title (Goodbye Wifes and Daughters) of our current read Tuesday evenings during Montana History at the Ma…
Goodbye Ladies-HELLO Heritage!
Today's Tuesday, & that means tonight, I'll be up at the Marias Heritage Center to read & share more Montana History. We're all "caught up" in the book, "Goodbye Wifes and Daughters," the riveting story of the February 27, 1943 coal mine explosion, fire & disaster dow…
Only Hope’s 2 Hide
The late Emil Anderson knew this after the lights went out in the mine. He knew the DEADLY gas would soon be coming for him. Anderson was one of the 78 men on duty February 27, 1943, when the Smith Mine in down Bearcreek, Montana blew up. I'll be sharing & reading more on that disaster …
What IS CWD?
We read & hear more about it everyday...CWD, or chronic wasting disease, is a contagious neurological disease that infects deer, elk & moose. Unfortunately, NO cure is known, & it's FATAL to infected animals. In fact, mule deer are thought to be the most susceptible spec…
Tony Boyle Was Boiling
We'll be reading about the late disgraced labor leader, Tony Boyle, during Montana History tonight (Tuesday) at the Heritage Center. Boyle was from Montana. We're currently caught up in the history of the 1943 coal mining disaster in Bearcreek, Montana...
It’s 57 Degrees!
57 degrees is about the average temperature in a coal mine day & time year around. We'll be back in the infamous Bear Creek (Montana) coal mine this evening (Tuesday) during Montana History at the Marias Heritage Center. I'll be at the Heritage at 6 tonight to read more of the 1943…
I’m Going Out Tonight
It's "National Night Out" tonight (Tuesday,) & here in Shelby, we'll be CELEBRATING it over at Aronow Park. Come on out & enjoy the barbecue at the park along with music, games & some most interesting displays. Shelby's "National Nigh…
R U Up On The Bills?
I'm jacking my jaws about the BUFFALO Bills! I've come up with a sports trivia question for tomorrow (Saturday) morning ON the Buffalo Bills, & the first person to call in to 434 5241 with the correct sports trivia answer will WIN #1 New York Times Bestselling author Susan Wiggs la…
History @ The Heritage
I'll be stopping by the Marias Heritage Center tonight (Tuesday) to read & share more Montana History. We're currently reading the "story-behind-the-story of the Otter Creek sheep slaughter. At a mere 112 pages, "Slaughter on the Otter" is a quick read, & a most interesting in…

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