For Rocky Mountain College volleyball player Jayde Hair, it all started for her as an eighth-grader when she gathered 600 pairs of new shoes and socks and flew to Guatemala to give them to orphans.
The team leader on our latest Smile Network trip to Guatemala was born in India, grew up in Northern Ireland, emigrated to Canada, did a fellowship in Australia and now practices anesthesia in Minneapolis. One of the surgeons holds U.S., Canadian and Latvian citizenship. He brought a surgica…
HELENA — Eight men who entered the U.S. illegally but have since become permanent residents say a new Montana law wrongly puts them at risk of being denied services and treats them as second-class people.
MISSOULA — The smiles are worth millions. That’s all Judy McDonald wanted out of the batch of little girls’ summer dresses she stitched and sent to Haiti last month.
Stelae D in Copan's Grand Plaza depicts the king of Copan, named 18 Rabbit. Most of the stelae, or sculptures, in Copan show 18 Rabbit as incarnating one of the Mayan gods.
The glyphs on the stelae in Copan's Grand Plaza are more than decorative; they recount important events in Mayan history.
The picturesque town of Copan Ruinas, a hilly town in Honduras, is the best base for exploring the Mayan ruin of Copan.