On the Road Again | Andy Austin

Wildflowers at Georgetown Lake

When a person mentions Montana most people immediately think of picturesque landscapes, rivers that snake through valleys, and big skies. As someone who has spent the last three weeks covering over 3,500 miles just in the state of Montana alone, I can confirm that Montana is full of these things… and more. Upon reaching Southwest … Read more

Great Montana Women: International Women’s Day

In celebration of International Women’s day, we’ve perused our archives searching for the best stories about the remarkable women who have help to shape Montana, the nation, and the world. Of course, no such post could start without mentioning Sacagawea, the Shoshone woman who accompanied the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Despite her relative lack of … Read more

Copper Kings

The stories of the Copper Kings are stories of Gilded Age ambition, impossible wealth, and devious political machinations. They are the stories of Butte, of Montana, and of the country. William A. Clark came to Montana on the cusp of the gold rush. He quickly found that he could make more money selling things to … Read more