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Voted Montana’s Best!
Voted Montana’s Best!
Voted Montana’s Best!
Farcountry Press, our prestigious Montana-based publisher based in Helena, & voted "Montana's Best Publisher," is thrilled to participate at  the 2023 Montana Book Festival. The festival's this Thursday, through Sunday. Thursday morning, you'll want to catch "Outward Exploration as Self-Exploration," featuring Farcountry authors John Fraley, & John Messick, in the Coope
Raw & Authentic
Raw & Authentic
Raw & Authentic
That's what the critics are saying pertaining to Lloyd Kenneth Walund's action packed tome, "To the Last Man-A Memorial," that's up for grabs tomorrow (Sat) morning, on Puff Man Sports Trivia! Lloyd Kenneth Walund, writes an extraordinary testament to courage, resilience, & unwavering patriotism. Th...
Revenuers Show Up @ SBY SR CTR
Revenuers Show Up @ SBY SR CTR
Revenuers Show Up @ SBY SR CTR
The Department of Revenue-Shelby office, will be over at the Shelby Senior Center, on Monday morning, (8/28) with a Property Tax Outreach, from 9 to 11:30. Their goal's to sign up as many people as possible to receive their property tax rebates...
Bad Days In Montana
Bad Days In Montana
Bad Days In Montana
In the days of 19th century Montana, our Montana frontier was not for the faint of heart. In other words, if one wasn't hale, hearty & an ironman like myself, it would have been a tough row to hoe, Tomorrow, Saturday morning, at 7:30, on Puff Man Sports Trivia, I'll have the book, The Bad Days of Montana," up for grabs. Be...
Do You Have Montana Grit?
Do You Have Montana Grit?
Do You Have Montana Grit?
If you'd like to have grit, but you don't, I'll have it up for grabs tomorrow (Sat) morning, on Puff Man Sports Trivia. The 1st caller in at 7:30, with the correct answer to my sports trivia question WINS a copy of, "Montana Grit: Ten Unsung Heroes Who Dared to Make a Difference...
What Exactly IS Juneteenth?
What Exactly IS Juneteenth?
What Exactly IS Juneteenth?
Today, Monday, the 19th, is Juneteenth. Juneteenth's also known as Freedom Day, or Emancipation Day. This day commemorates the announcement of the abolition of slavery down in Texas, on June 19, 1865. It actually came more than 2 years AFTER the Emancipation Proclamation, issued by President Abraham Lincoln, on January 1, 1863...

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