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Celebrating 250th issues with arts and culture under the Big Sky
We’re excited to introduce our March/April issue for a couple reasons.One, it’s the 250th issue of Montana Magazine, a serious milestone for the oldest and best read magazine in the state. Two: It’s our Arts and Culture issue, full of the best features about Montana artisans who are both creating and feeding off inspiration under the Big Sky. Our cover promo video was created by the wonderful Megan Richter, Montana […]
News from Around the State
- Conservation easement nears completion on Lazy J Cross Ranch near Sula
- Yellowstone County looks to upgrade vehicle graveyard sign near conservation area
- Belgrade bail bonds business settles federal lawsuit
- Billings man to argue self-defense in homicide trial (copy)
- Billings man to argue self-defense in homicide trial
- We Care: Head Start looking for assistance
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Treasure State Hidden Gem: Monture Cabin
Story and photos by BILL CUNNINGHAM Murphy’s Law had suddenly kicked into overdrive. My old friend, Al Luebeck, and I were cross country skiing north of the picturesque Monture Guard Station cabin – a beautifully restored vintage 1920s ranger station in the Blackfoot Valley that we rent from the U.S. Forest Service – when the baskets on my new ski poles continuously kept popping off, making the trek through the […]
Antique beacons remain lit across Montana’s skies
Riding the white Swan: Yurts providing skiers new places to stay
Community devotion to Missoula’s symphony remains strong
Woodpecker Men keep unique tradition alive in Ryegate
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Love Letters to Montana
A poem for the Big Sky State
Submitted by John Hartlieb, Whitefish Photo by John Harwood Photography VAH -YAY Always dreaming of a better life, one lifted by the soaring mountains capped eternally with snow in time and photos, I had to go. I believed those that came before me, drawn down the long road to the west. Fool I was, thinking I would find peace everlasting in the Montana. Who also the fool, bequeathing […]
Montana book review: First-rates reads
By DOUG MITCHELL Another stunner from one of Montana’s most treasured fiction writers, a clear-eyed and interesting look at farming pulse crops in Big Sky Country, a moving book of poems from a Helena native, and a Montanan’s take on one of the most popular fiction titles in recent years. Montana Magazine contributor Doug Mitchell reviews a pleasingly diverse set of books. Sweet Thunder Ivan Doig Riverhead Books, New York […]