- White calls land transfer unrealistic
- Transferring federal lands to Montana: Political theater or a viable option?
- Fielder: Get rid of the absentee landlord
- Expense of Montana takeover of federal lands difficult to define
- Author: Montanans value outdoor amenities first
- Ranchers cautious about state takeover of federal land
MISSOULA — A lot of hunters, hikers and horseback riders have problems with federal land managers in Montana, but few of them are ready to take over the job.
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — The National Park Service is accepting more public comment on proposed infrastructure improvements at the historic Lamar Buffalo Ranch in Yellowstone National Park.
Now more than ever, women are striking out and traveling by themselves both for business and pleasure. And, although their reasons for traveling are similar to their male counterparts, women traveling alone have very different needs and concerns. From safety issues to cultural variations, wo…
Rep. Marti Halverson, R-Etna, is seeking re-election in House District 22 and has a Democratic challenger in Natalia Duncan Macker of Hoback Junction.
WILLISTON, N.D. — The city of Williston on Friday was opening a highly anticipated new recreation center.
Outdoors folks also tend to be gear junkies. No matter their preferred form of recreation, there are a myriad of items to choose from to ease their adventure and maybe add to their overall weight. So picking only 10 essential items seems like a sure-fire way to either be overly broad, or too…
Montana Brewing Co. ushered in a new era in the hospitality industry 20 years ago when it opened a combined restaurant and brewery at 113 N. Broadway.
When folks think of quality-of-life issues, things like traffic, crime, schools and parks come to mind. Folks take inventory of where they live and where they'd like to live. Like it or not, Billings competes for workers, businesses and retirees all the time, against cities and towns of all …
Mary Mitzel kicked up a small cloud of dust as she weaved around a handful of people and raced up to a small milk chocolate-colored horse tethered to the wall.
RED LODGE — Friday at Red Lodge Mountain Resort was a good day for Anne-Marie Wade.
There is no doubt that we Americans love our homes’ outdoor spaces. In fact, a 2011 report on housing and household economic statistics, based on the 2010 U.S. Census, details that nearly 90 percent of homes include a deck, porch, balcony or patio.
CASPER, Wyo. — Money for snowmobiling is melting away, hurting the state’s trails for the vehicles, a snowmobiling group says.
I'm sure you've heard the expression, “Count your blessings.” I wonder how you interpret that. I wonder how you count them. I wonder how you take advantage of them. My biggest wonder is how grateful are you for your blessings.
When the Billings store was announced in the fall of 2011,
On a sunny and unusually warm February morning at Red Lodge Mountain Resort, Lyndee Pfister, 31, slowly turned and pointed her skis toward the base of mountain.
CASPER, Wyo. — Outdoor recreation is a big business and job creator in Wyoming, an industry report shows.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A proposal to increase Wyoming Game and Fish Department license fees faces its first legislative committee Friday.
HELENA — The Montana Department of Commerce says it is looking for nominations for its annual tourism awards.
BOISE, Idaho -- Great outdoors trips don’t happen on their own. If you’re planning a river trip, you may need to apply for permits during winter. If you want a prime campsite in the Sawtooths or at Ponderosa State Park in McCall, you may need reservations months in advance.
WRIGHT, Wyo. — A recreation center under construction in the town of Wright is getting an addition of more than $93,400 to upgrade existing basketball hoops and add new backboards.