Friends of Pompeys Pillar executive director Jonathan Peart talks about the festivities that are going on this weekend at Pompeys Pillar for Clark Days
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.
Lisa Murray serves up hot beef sundaes during Clark Days at Pompeys Pillar Saturday.
Ferrier Jesse Turner shoes a horse at Clark Days at Pompeys Pillar Saturday.
The Elk River Brigade's Dan Wichman loads a gun during Clark Days at Pompeys Pillar Saturday.
Jonathan Peart, executive director of the Friends of Pompeys Pillar, at Clark Days at Pompeys Pillar Saturday.
Blacksmth Larry Walsh makes a horseshoe at Clark Days at Pompeys Pillar Saturday.
The Elk River Brigade's Mike Lamphier at Clark Days at Pompeys Pillar Saturday.
Wranglers drive cattle to Pompeys Pillar at Clark Days Saturday.
Wranglers drive cattle past Pompeys Pillar at Clark Days on Saturday.
The Elk River Brigade fires of a volley at Pompeys Pillar during Clark Days Saturday.
The spice holder from Ken Kulhmann’s chuck wagon at Pompeys Pillar.
Ken Kulhmann gives a tour of his chuck wagon at Pompeys Pillar during Clark Days on Saturday.
Half a turkey and cheese sandwich, chicken nuggets, fruit, salad and milk were on the menu in the Pine Court Trailer Park in Lockwood on Monday, the first day of the Lockwood School Summer Food Service Program.
A fatal crash is being investigated near the intersection of Mill Creek Road and Custer Frontage Road.
Pompeys Pillar park manager Jeff Kitchens explains how William Clark navigated the Yellowstone River in boats made from buffalo.
The man responsible for carving his name near Capt. William Clark's signature on the Pompeys Pillar National Monument has taken responsibility for his crimes.
Learn the origins of some of the more unusual place names of towns and landmarks in Montana.
This photo gallery sheds light on the origins of some of the more unusual names in Montana.