PRYOR — The heifer was out of her pen, and out of her mind, crashing through the alley of Turk Stovall’s calving barn like a bear wearing a crown of hornets.
The Western frontier was a tough place for anyone to make a living, and more so for a woman on her own. Some women turned — by choice — to the most reliable source of income they could find in the world's oldest profession. These are the women profiled in Lael Morgan's "Wanton West: Madams, …
Before anyone outside Montana ever heard of Montana pioneer photographer L.A. Huffman, Douglas Kenyon was collecting his work.
Fort Keogh’s bridge is falling down.
BOZEMAN — Heifers being prepared for breeding don’t have to eat like pigs, stuffing themselves at all-you-can-eat feed bunks with unlimited refills, according to scientists at a Montana State University experiment station.
Smoke curling from her dual stacks, the sternwheeler Rose Bud powered her way up the wide Missouri on her maiden voyage in the summer of 1877.