Five foreign ambassadors will travel across Montana on a trade promotion tour with U.S. Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., next week.
When Dave Hofer’s piggies go to market, they’re often bound for Japan or China, which is why the Montana Hutterite is closely watching Trans Pacific free trade talks.
JACKSON — Scrambling across a river embankment, over loose rocks and gravel, Jenny Wolfrom thought she was facing death.
Lisa Kemmerer traveled to Africa this spring to research wildlife conservation.
Lisa Kemmerer sits on a horse used to pack in supplies into a Peruvian cabin where she studied yellow-tailed woolly monkeys. The Montana State University Billings associate professor was researching programs students might work on someday.
Meredith and Seth Nehring's two-day film shoot in Peru involved more than operating a camera. The couple worked side by side with the family they filmed, weeding, feeding the animals and more.
Age: 26 Hometown: Billings Title of film: "The Jimenéz Family" Description of film: While interning with the Institute for Self-Reliant Agriculture (www.tifsra.org) in Peru last summer, Seth and Meredith Nehring followed and filmed this family for two days
Muscles aching, nose running and forehead covered in sweat, it’s a matter of forcing both legs to move.
View photos from Chelsea Krotzer's trip to Peru.
Cass Staton spent two years in Peru with her husband, Wes, as volunteers with the Peace Corps. During their time, the couple worked with school children and made a mural of the world map on the side of a school.
Wes and Cass Staton stand next to a world map mural they helped Peruvian children create on the side of a school in Celendin, Cajamarca, Peru. The couple spent two years in Peru as volunteers with the Peace Corps.
Wes and Cass Staton volunteered in Peru as members of the Peace Corps from 2007 to 2009. As part of their allotted vacation time, the Statons visited the city of Iquitos, Peru, which can only be accessed by boat or by plane.
Wes and Cass Staton with their 1-year-old son, Hanson. The Statons were in Peru as members of the Peace Corps.
For a Billings couple who eloped on a beach in Costa Rica, going into the Peace Corps was a given, if not a necessity.
Gail George, 8, of Great Falls sat alone in the fourth row of a courtroom at the U.S. District Courthouse on Thursday.