O.D. Etter lives with his dog Tawney in a trailer in Victor.
“We thought we had made it,” says Sandra Gordon. “We did it. We went to war. We came home. We had money. I’m not smart enough to say what happened, but it certainly isn’t that way now. What happened when we worked? We worked hard.”
Retired minister O.D. Etter examines the contents of a box of food he picked up earlier in the day at the Stevensville Pantry Partners food bank. “You find different ways to cook beans,” says Etter. “Make ’em tasty.”
O.D. Etter and Pantry Partners volunteer Joanne Charbonneau discuss fresh vegetable options recently at the Stevensville food bank. “I’ve been basically using the program ever since (my car accident) because I was disabled and I hadn’t saved up for my disability,” says Etter. “So it’s been a…
Margaret Bailey is a retired educator and her husband Don worked construction all his life. Don served two tours in Vietnam and was on one of the last planes out of Saigon in 1972 when the government fell.
Sandra Gordon, 70, a retired nurse, waits her turn to pick up food at the Stevensville Pantry Partners food bank earlier this month.
Carol Montague, 65, right, and her 85-year-old mother Bernice live together in their home in Alberton. They rely on the Alberton food bank to make ends meet.
Don and Margaret Bailey live with their four dogs in the home that Don built on Petty Creek south of Alberton. “I think we have $11 in the bank, and we won’t have more until after Christmas,” says Margaret.
Montana seniors discuss how they increasingly struggle to keep food on the table.
After O.D. Etter was in a head-on crash, he could no longer work, and money for groceries dwindled.
CASPER, Wyo. — More than 100 new clients lined up at the Joshua’s Warehouse food bank in Casper on Oct. 31.
The Park County Sheriff's Office challenges Park County residents to "Stuff the Truck" with non-perishable food items to benefit local food banks. A Sheriff’s Office pickup truck will be parked in front of Albertson’s in Cody on Saturday, Nov. 9, and Blair’s Market in Powell on Saturday, Nov…
With food stamp cuts starting Friday, local food pantries expected demand for their services to increase as poor families begin running out of the money for food earlier than usual.
HELENA — The Town Pump Charitable Foundation hopes to raise $3 million in its 12th annual fundraising campaign for food banks across Montana.
GREAT FALLS — Montana officials have granted parole to a man who has spent 10 years in prison for embezzling $121,000 from the Great Falls Community Food Bank.
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Fortin Culinary Center executive chef Bill Jensen demonstrates the basic techniques of cooking crawfish.
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Mental health care has changed tremendously over six decades, particularly in the past 10. One thing that hasn’t changed at Montana State Hospital is a tradition of sharing the spirit of Christmas with patients.