Most of Jim Harrison's 32 books have been set in the sparsely populated areas he knows well: Northern Michigan, the Sandhills of Nebraska, the Arizona-Mexico border and in the beautiful "Paradise Valley" near Livingston, Mt., where he now lives much…
Born in 1896, Walter Breuning of Great Falls, Mont., is the oldest living man in the United States. Breuning discusses his lifetime spent working for the railroads and the changes he has witnessed.
Twenty years ago, Montana offered sprawling landscapes and inexpensive living, but the economic meltdown is changing life in "the last best place." Guest essayist Scott McMillion of the Montana Quarterly reflects on the changes, including job losses, poverty and tight…
Warmer temperatures and a longer summer drought season in Montana are expected to have significant impacts on the state's trout fishing industry and ecosystem. In a special report, Heidi Cullen of Climate Central examines how climate-related changes are affecting Montana.
I'm a rancher who has made my living raising cattle and growing wheat, barley and alfalfa in Montana, a beautiful place with soaring peaks, pristine rivers and endless prairies.
Sen. Barack Obama hopes to win four Western states -- Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada and Montana -- in November, but Sen. John McCain is campaigning hard to hold on to the GOP strongholds. Pollsters offer insight.
Sen. Hillary Clinton addressed supporters in New York City after the long-running Democratic primary drew to a close and her rival, Sen. Barack Obama, claimed the party's nomination. Following is a transcript of her remarks.
Sen. Barack Obama claimed the Democratic nomination Tuesday night in St. Paul, Minn., after earning the support of more than 2,118 delegates in a hard-fought race against Sen. Hillary Clinton. Following is a transcript of his remarks.
The last remaining states to vote in the Democratic nominating race, Montana and South Dakota, head to the polls Tuesday -- and all eyes are on Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama as the epic race nears a close. Political…
Guest essayist Scott McMillion of the Bozeman Daily Chronicle and the Montana Quarterly reflects on voting in Montana.
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