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Editor of @MontanaMagazine, Montana's oldest magazine featuring the faces, places and amazing sites of my home state.

Tiny Chester fosters big time creativity — Writer Carol Bradley emailed me earlier this year asking if we'd like to run a story on Chester, Montana. "For its size and location," Carol wrote, "it's a surprisingly sophisticated little town, and not just because Grammy winner Philip Aaberg operates a bed and breakfast/recording studio there.

As schools shrink, Friday night lights rivals join forces — High school football season is about to begin in Montana. Here's a great story about rivals becoming teammates at two Montana Schools by the Missoulian's AJ Mazzolini: DRUMMOND - The veteran coach paced the sidelines of the 80-yard pitch tucked between a four-lane highway and a hillside with modest inset bleachers.

Throwback Thursday: Unlocking the history of Butte's long forgotten underground speakeasy — Here's a fun through back Thursday for you: One the most popular stories of 2014 (so far) the mysterious and wonderful tale of the long forgotten Rookwood Speakeasy uncovered underground in Uptown Butte. Butte wasn't necessarily a place that was pro-prohibition.

Catch a summer tradition: Missoula Outdoor Cinema — Almost a month into its 13 th season, Missoula Outdoor Cinema has already celebrated Fourth of July with a screening of "Independence Day" and commemorated the 11 th anniversary of "Finding Nemo." But there's still plenty of time to enjoy a Saturday night movie on the lawn of the Whittier School in Missoula's Northside Neighborhood.

'All things mountainous': How Montana became Montana — The simplest Spanish translation of the word Montana is "all things mountainous." But just how did the Montana of today get its name 150 years ago? The wonderful Kim Briggeman, a reporter for the Missoulina, has a great story on the naming of what is sometimes also called the Big Sky State.

Ready, Set, Go! to the Thompson River Chain of Lakes — It's still early spring - not quite camping weather for most of us - but those beautiful and sunny spring days make it hard not to start thinking about those summer rec plans.

Wild Horse Stampede: The secret's in the pickle juice — Not only does the Wild Horse Stampede in Wolf Point boast the best rodeo, parades and wild horse races in the West - you can also find what is arguably the best burger in the state during the event that takes place there each July.

Montana springtime slideshow: Clouds and baby animals — April is here. As most of Montana continues to shake off the winter, it seems like the right time for a springtime slideshow. And thanks to our great Facebook friends, we've put together a pretty nice set of images to share. In some ways, we could call this the Mark LaRowe show.

Have you met Brutus the Bear? — I'd heard about Brutus the Bear a couple times before I was fully introduced to him in the March/April issue of Montana Magazine. The first time I ran across his name was when he showed up inside Washington-Grizzly stadium in Missoula and because he learned to swim in swimming pool in Helena.

'Cow bill of rights' guides dairy farm in Flathead — The Hedstrom family have got it right. They run the only surviving dairy in the Flathead Valley and as they told writer and photographer Jessica Lowry, their mission is to produce great dairy products using very happy cows. Lowry featured the family in a story for the March/April issue.
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Oct 15, 2014

MT #smalltownperk: Live in a place surrounded by "anything’s-possible embrace of the sweeping, sand-colored prairie"

Oct 09, 2014

@KeilaSzpaller i dont know, but i just googled it and found out baby snakes are called snakelets #daymade

Oct 08, 2014

@KeilaSzpaller this weekend?!? we need to go before those babies get too big.

Oct 08, 2014

@KeilaSzpaller i thought your tweet about zucchini was good, but this..... i just... it's almost too cute #impossible

Sep 23, 2014

#awesome: "I like to say that I was shot in the ass with luck all my life" -89yo MT Cowboy Hall of Fame inductee profiled in our next issue

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