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Deepening Their Roots

Young farmers and endurance athletes Nathan Christianson and Cassady Daley purchase Raven Ridge Farm outside of Kalispell

The Outlaw at the Movies

Four decades ago, the Outlaw Inn was the glimmering star of Kalispell, home to movie stars, major film productions and, unfortunately, one of Hollywood’s most notorious flops

An Ecological Treasure

Since the 1980s, Flathead Lake Biological Station ecologists and other researchers have been rigorously studying Nyack Flats, a remarkable floodplain brimming with prehistoric insects, some living underground

Free as the Byrds

For generations, one of the Bad Rock Canyon’s most prominent families has been forging its own path and dealing gracefully with every unexpected challenge

Guilt, My Old Foe

"I’d be at work, thinking about the babies. I’d be with the babies, thinking about work."

Sustainable Sushi

Chef Tony Tran at Kalispell’s Blue Samurai Bar and Grill serves the ocean’s most endangered delicacy with freshness and conservation in mind

Living with Dementia

For planners, doers and creators, one day at a time is a daily struggle.

Not Just Child’s Play

For nearly two decades, the Bigfork Playhouse Children’s Theatre has been teaching kids every nuance of the magical world of theater

The World’s Greatest Floods

During the last ice age, Glacial Lake Missoula unleashed the most powerful floods ever recorded, shaping the landscape from western Montana all the way to the Pacific Ocean

Why Are Northwest Montana’s Ski Areas Still Independent?

While a conglomerate arms race for ski area ownership rages nationwide, our region stands apart

Little Montana’s Chipotle Chicken Fried Steak Eggs Benedict

“Little” might be in the name, but there’s nothing small about the portions at Ronan’s newest diner

Frozen and Freewheelin’

A full serving of the annual Chili Con Cheeno hits the spot for Flathead Valley adventurers during winter’s coldest days

Resurrecting the American Frontier

At the Bad Rock Settlement museum, Stu Sorensen provides a detailed glimpse of Northwest Montana as it was in the mid 1800s to early 1900s

Stand Up in a Sitting World

Six ways to increase activity, and decrease back pain

Dan the Bear Man

A pioneer in his field, Dan Carney closes out a distinguished three-decade career as Blackfeet tribal bear biologist, navigating a tricky reservation landscape of 40,000 cows, unique laws and roaming grizzlies