GREAT FALLS — Bob and Kathleen Howard tell different versions of how they met. “I was on my college visit to Montana State, and the
GREAT FALLS – Louise Bean is your typical mom. She’s happily married with three kids, has worked for school districts and the travel industry, and,
BOZEMAN – Leif Schroeder can still remember the bus ride home. Last February, Schroeder and his teammates found ways to enjoy the trip from Rimrock
MISSOULA – This past May, the Montana High School Association distributed an article titled “The Inherent Risk of Sports Specialization.” It cited a University of
BOZEMAN — Each January, when Bozeman High School’s parking lot is loaded with buses, its gym floor strategically designed with four wrestling mats, dozens of
Not much can rattle Matt Cable these days. A deadlift of 600 pounds? Easy. A life-threatening disease? No sweat. But when the Great Falls native
BOZEMAN — Whether he wanted it or not, Troy Andersen was thrust into the spotlight in 2018. He earned Big Sky Conference freshman of the
WHITEFISH — Maggie Voisin never dreamed of qualifying for the Olympics. Consider it ironic, then, that the Whitefish native has been a member of the
What a year it’s been. We’ve seen buzzer beaters, goal-line stands, countless champions, even multiple Olympians!
TWIN BRIDGES — Last time we saw Kailee Oliverson on the basketball floor, she was the leading scorer in the Montana-Wyoming all-star game. Following that,
Edgar bull rider Parker Breding is No. 2 in the PRCA bull riding world standings. If Sage Kimzey weren’t so hot this season, Breding would probably be on the way to winning his first world title. But it’s what he did back in July that was so cool.
When Florence junior Kyler Alm collapsed on the sidelines during the Falcons’ regular-season finale against rival Missoula Loyola Oct. 19, the news quickly spread across Montana and led to a chain reaction of kindness.
ROCKY BOY — Life on the Rocky Boy’s Indian Reservation can be unforgiving. But during the winter months, the bite of the frosty air and
FAIRFIELD – In the first half of Fairfield’s 34-6 Class B football playoff win over Manhattan on Saturday, Eagle senior defensive back Payton Becker sniffed
HOBSON – On Saturday, the Circle Wildcats defeated Tri-City, the Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap co-op, 52-12 to advance to the second round of the 8-Man playoffs. That’s