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Who is Cliff Doe?

In October 2003, a hunter found a human skull in the woods near Marion. Seventeen years later, it remains one of Flathead County’s only unidentified deaths.

Wich Haus Roasted Flathead Pork Sandwich

Since Orion and Ellie Heyman purchased the business on the corner of Wisconsin Avenue and Woodland Place, it has quickly become a local favorite.

Eight Decades of Norm’s

Trust in Walking

Local author Antonia Malchik published her first book ‘A Walking Life’ last year, emphasizing the relationship between walking and communities.

Labor of Love

Dave and Annie Mulcahy have spent 30 years building a home near Bigfork with their own hands, sourcing salvaged materials from historical landmarks and thrifty secondhand discoveries to gradually turn their napkin-sketched blueprint into reality

Flathead Fault Lines

Northwest Montana has a history of small to medium earthquakes, and the potential for bigger ones in the future.

The Pickers

Inside the reclusive realm of Montana’s commercial huckleberry harvest.

Spielberg Comes to Libby

The famed director spent the summer of 1989 filming the romantic comedy-drama Always in Northwest Montana, utilizing both the scenery and the local residents.

Cypress Yard’s Citrus and Scallop Salad

A new family-owned restaurant in Whitefish confronts a pandemic shortly after opening

Corpse Reviver

New variations of cocktails are conceived during these times as well, including the Corpse Reviver No. 1 and No. 2

Sowing Compassion

The Farmhouse Inn and Kitchen has modified its farm-to-table approach to ensure people in need during the pandemic receive food on their table, carrying on generations of generosity

Preventing and Treating Shoulder Pain

Among the most common problems I see as a physical therapist are shoulder pain and injuries

The Best of Times, The Worst of Times

Quarantine gave us all time to think

The Power of Imagination

This uncomfortable time will make us better, but I keep coming back to the role imagination can and should play, taking cues from our children

Montana In Focus

Photographer Bret Bouda has spent what seems like a lifetime photographing Glacier National Park and the Flathead Valley, but before he arrived in Northwest Montana he could not have been further from home.