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BUSINESS PROFILE: How the We Trade Network helps build business — through barter
VIDEO: Going underground at the Lewis and Clark Caverns
Nature's Best: The story of Wheat Montana
Sometimes Wild: the controversy over Montana's Pryor Mountain wild horses
VIDEO: Radon Healing at the Merry Widow Mine in Basin, Montana
Cooking up Good Vibrations: tips for allergy free foods
Colstrip: How a Montana town was built on coal

Montana Matters - News from around Montana
Yellowstone Art Museum introduces new book about modernist painter
Montana Chamber presents legislative awards in Flathead Valley
Travel industry contributes to Montana economy
Gerda Reeb completes Fulbright mission to Japan
Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame announces new members
Top musical acts coming to Missoula this year
Investigation Team Looking for Information on Glacier's Reynolds Creek Fire
Bozeman Symphony musicians featured in Symphony at the Shane this August
Montana Wilderness Association's WildFest at Fairmont Hot Springs
Alpine Theatre Company extends Johnny Cash show

Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge
Fifteen thousand years ago, after leaving its home base in northern Canada, a runaway continental ice sheet passed through these parts, scouring the landscape and moving the Missouri River 50 miles to the south. The lakes that now make up the Bowdoin National Wildlife Refuge were once a horseshoe bend of the pre-glacier Missouri.

Homes and Lifestyle
Editor's Pick: Staying Cool and Functional: Patagonia Activist Sneakers
Sometimes it's hard to be cool, fashionable AND stay warm and dry in Montana, but with Patagonia's new "Activist" canvas sneakers you can!
The Activist Canvas is a lightweight, relaxed and casual outdoor sneaker. It features a high-abrasion synthetic suede rand for durability, a recycled midsole with heel air cushioning for underfoot protection, and a recycled rubber outsole with aggressive lugs for traction on unstable terrain.
Plus, they're just super cool!

Montana in World War II
World War I began 100 years ago this summer. When the United States joined the war three years later, many Montanans turned to food to support the war effort. Women attending Montana State College during World War I signed a pledge that they wouldn’t eat more than six pieces of candy a week. When they did eat, the candy would be no larger than one-inch square and half-inch thick.

Mack Days tournament forges lifelong friendship for Mike Benson, Jason Mahlen
Fishing has a way of making friends.
For Mike Benson and Jason Mahlen, fishing forged a lifelong friendship.
Benson recalls the day perfectly. It was one of those blue bird spring days on Flathead Lake; the sun was out, and fishermen were fishing in t-shirts and shorts. Then he heard a strange noise.

Taste of Montana
Healthy Students: Jennifer Montague takes lead in offering better meals for students
It’s 10 a.m. on a Tuesday, and Mary Brown is busy in the kitchen at Glacier High School. As another cook prepares a batch of hummus in a large mixer, there’s a buzz in the kitchen that hasn’t been there in a while. That’s because the kind of food they’re serving here is fresh and healthy — and the high school students are loving it.
So are the cooks.

In the Arts
Musician Eric Funk is known for talent as composer
Motivation is never a problem for composer Eric Funk. Rather, the challenge for Funk is finding time to write the music that is always is running through his mind.
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