Ted Waddell will tell you that for many years his cattle paid for his art. When the situation flipped and his raw paintings began to pay for feeding his cattle, it never changed Waddell.
Two years ago, on a chilly morning in Tucson, Ariz., a mentally ill young man shot me in the head and killed six others, including a little girl. The Tucson killer had been kicked out of college for psychotic disturbances, denied entrance to the Army because of drug abuse, and spent months p…
HAMILTON — “I will continue to support, protect and defend the constitution of the United States and the Second Amendment.”
MISSOULA — A group bound by the Second Amendment, patriotism and pride in “American exceptionalism” is looking to purchase several thousand acres of land in northern Idaho or Western Montana to establish a gated community of like-minded residents.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — A Florida man has filed a federal lawsuit claiming Lincoln County sheriff's deputies violated his Second Amendment rights by arresting him while repeatedly asking him whether he was carrying a handgun.
HELENA — A gun group and medical marijuana advocates expressed outrage Tuesday over a new federal policy clarifying that it is illegal for medical marijuana cardholders to buy firearms and ammunition and for dealers to sell these products to them.
CASPER, Wyo — Citing threats of intimidation and reports of issues nationwide, the Casper City Council Monday informally approved making it illegal to “open carry” guns at public meetings.
CODY, Wyo. — Just before lunch Thursday, Jennifer Scheid picked up her children at the Paul Stock Aquatic and Recreation Center, where she's been a member for seven years.
HELENA — Esther Suhr stood on the Capitol lawn Saturday afternoon proudly displaying her .54-caliber black-powder rifle.