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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
Flathead Valley Community College presents series on wildlife/human interactions
State team forming for tribal water compact
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

Great Drives in Montana: the Pintler Scenic Route
Turning off of I-90 toward Philipsburg on Montana Highway One, the first paved highway in the state, the vast valley of farm land stretches out before you; but as you drive closer toward the Sapphire Mountains, the valleys narrow, forcing you upward, past Philipsburg and up over a small pass that flattens out at Georgetown Lake.

Homes and Lifestyle
The Wired Montana Home
Making your Montana home smarter through technology

Front Lines: 40 years in the life of primary care physician Loren Vranish
By David Reese
Montana Health Journal

It’s midmorning at Family Health Care in Kalispell. The waiting room is empty, and the receptionists can be heard chatting among themselves and making small talk. Then the rush hits and Within 10 minutes the waiting room is full.
After 40 years of practicing medicine, Dr. Loren Vranish still loves this ebb and flow of his work as a primary-care physician at family health care.

Hiawatha’s Trail — biking the Tunnels on Lolo Pass
By Dave Reese
Montana Living
The wet concrete walls seeped with water and filled the ruts in the dirt road as we rode our bicycles quietly through the old railroad tunnel. Our headlamps shot narrow beams of light through the long, dark tunnel, through a blackness so intense that by shutting off your light you were immediately engulfed in utter darkness.

Taste of Montana
Summer Salads on the Back Deck
Summer gatherings and pasta salads are synonymous - light, easy, colorful, and most importantly, convenient

In the Arts
Montana Artist's Refuge in Basin, Montana
by Dave Reese/Montana Living
The Montana Artists Refuge, an artist-run residency program in Basin, Montana, offers one to nine-month residencies year-round. Residencies offer artists of all disciplines a supportive environment in which to create new work and explore new possibilities within a small community of other artists.
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