Lewis And Clark Expedition
Ralph Saunders explains the historical importance of an area of the Yellowstone River in South Billings where William Clark and his party crossed.
POMPEYS PILLAR — If you squint your eyes and take a whiff or two, Ken and Daphne Kuhlmann will have you convinced you’re witnessing a cattle drive from 150 years ago.
Pompey's Pillar National Monument manager Jeff Kitchens explains why buckskin outfits were popular choice on the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
Participants in the Yellowstone River Boat Float departed from Livingston on Friday morning.
Claire Dean, a conservator from Oregon, spent most of Thursday on a ladder at Pompeys Pillar National Monument, and, with a brush, painstakingly tried to match paint with sandstone colors to obliterate graffiti carved into the rock last fall.
CASCADE — The golden light of the day’s first rays of sunshine can turn Tower Rock into a large glowing orange ember.
GREAT FALLS — The U.S. Forest Service plans to buy more than 1,600 acres of pristine private land in the Tenderfoot Creek Drainage in the Little Belt Mountains to add to the Lewis and Clark National Forest southeast of Great Falls.
Charcoal found near Park City may date from the time William Clark traveled down the Yellowstone River.
WASHINGTON -- A Supreme Court dominated by Easterners tried to make sense on Wednesday of a Western water dispute.
GREAT FALLS - A nonprofit foundation that seeks to preserve the Lewis and Clark Trail and its stories has new leadership after a failed effort to move the foundation's main office out of Montana.
Entrance to Pompeys Pillar National Monument will be free Saturday and Sunday to mark National Public Lands Day. Sunday is also the last day that the Monument's Visitor Center will be open for the 2011 season.
A Montana State University Billings hunt for William Clark's canoe camp has turned up some interesting, but inconclusive, finds.
The annual Clark Days at Pompeys Pillar National Monument open at 5 p.m. Saturday, July 23, with free dry camping and a variety of programs. No entrance fees are charged from 5 p.m. Saturday to the conclusion of events at 5 p.m. Sunday, July 24.
BOISE, Idaho - A state hearing officer is recommending that the Idaho Transportation Department issue permits that would allow Exxon Mobil to truck massive shipments of oil refinery equipment along U.S. Highway 12 in north central Idaho.
HELENA — The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear PPL Montana's appeal of a $41 million judgment against the company stemming from a ruling that the hydropower company must pay rent for the use of Montana rivers.
MSUB students search for traces of William Clark along the Yellowstone River as part of their Historical Archeology in the Americas class.
Sacajawea may have spent part of her early childhood among the Crow, Crow historian Elias Goes Ahead said.