Fan favorites of 2014: Which stories did you like the best?
With 2014 coming to a close it’s hard not to look back and remember more than a few great stories we found to share with you inside Montana Magazine.
But what did you, our online readers, decide were their favorites? Here’s our top four most popular stories of 2014, as decided by all our online friends.
- Unlocking history: Long-forgotten underground speakeasy uncovered in Butte :Writer Ted Brewer takes us under the streets of Butte to a place where Prohibition wasn’t given a second thought.
- Alpine Icons under observation: They’re one of the most iconic animals inside Glacier National Park, but surprising as it is, scientists don’t know much about mountain goats.
- Small prairie town fosters big-time creativity: Chester is a place where they keep grand pianos in grain elevators. And Grammy winner Philip Aaberg operates a bed and breakfast.
- Glasgow native donates wild gift to children’s museum: Skip Erickson has traveled the world hunting animals of every kind. Now, as he battles colon cancer, he’s giving his trophies to the local children’s museum
What’d we miss? Tell us your favorite feature of 2014 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
2013 MT winter scenes: The best of our reader submitted photos
Believe it or not it’s almost 2014.
We did a quick look back from some of our favorite 2013 reader submitted photos (posted to our Facebook page) and – of course – found more than a few amazing shots.
As we head into 2014, here are some of the awesome shots shared with us. Big thanks to all our reader contributors, especially, Mark LaRowe (pink sunset), John D. Harwood (foothills of the Bridgers), Robin Hao Gonzalez (red barn), Alfonso Martinez (Ryan Dam near Great Falls), and B in the Bitterroot Photography (Lee Metcalf viewing pond).
From the Montana Magazine Team – Happy New Year!!