The phone’s been ringing more often in the past few weeks at the Montana Preservation Alliance office in Helena. Ever since the National Trust for Historic Preservation recognized the historic rural schoolhouses of Montana as one of America’s Most Endangered Historic Places, people want to k…
"Quite simply, preservation tax credits have helped to transform communities across Montana, catalyzing building projects, breathing new life into struggling downtowns and creating well-paying construction jobs in the process," Chere Jiusto, executive director at the Montana Preservation All…
What do Lewistown’s Judith Theatre, Livingston’s Wilmont Building and Billings’ Montana Power Building have in common?
Montana State Parks will take more time to gather information and seek public comment on its proposal to give up management of Madison Buffalo Jump State Park near Three Forks.
Shann Ferch was a double winner in the High Plains Book Awards Saturday, taking top honors in first book and short story categories.
You can learn an enormous amount of colorful information about a state’s farm and ranch traditions by studying haylofts, crib barns and horse stalls. The character of Montana barns speaks to generations of hard work, as early settlers balanced their lives against the cruel forces of nature a…
Organizers of the High Plains Book Awards announced Thursday that 19 books have been chosen as finalists in seven categories.
"Raptors of the West," a collaboration by photographers Rob Palmer and Nick Dunlop and writer/photographer Kate Davis, has won the 2011 Montana Book Award.
After documenting scores of Montana barns for a new book, Chere Jiusto can’t pick one favorite.