What Gale does for a living is complicated. He’s half-politician, half-teacher and half-professional bar hopper. And yes, that’s three halves — a total that seems commensurate with the amount of work Gale squeezes into each day.
A camouflaged Eddie Steinhauer surprised a car burglar one chilly night on Story Street.
At about 9 a.m. most days, Sharon Harvey unlocks an uninteresting wooden door in an alley downtown, climbs down a steep and wobbly metal staircase and starts her day as the last employee of the Allied Manufacturing Company. AMC was founded in the 1950s by Bozeman’s notoriously secretive businessman William J. Sullivan. The factory makes… Continue reading Bozeman’s unknown, underground factory
Thirty-five years ago, no one could have known that the order of birth of a pair of identical twin boys in Minnesota would lead to an almost poetic, mountain-climbing themed coincidence.
Long-time third-grade teachers Lynn Johnson, Jan Savko and Diane Thomas all retired at the end of the 2009-2010 school year, closing the textbook on 113 years of combined Belgrade teaching experience.
A lieutenant in need of a bulldozer operator saved Earl Vining’s life in Korea and catapulted the young soldier into a 30-year military career.
Army and Air Force veteran Earl Vining of Bozeman shares the story of how he started learning Spanish.
For my latest Backroads article, I visited for about an hour with World War II veteran submariner Richard Clower at the retirement community where he lives in Bozeman.
Depth charges, death and good friends: World War II veteran Richard Clower remembers his time aboard the submarine USS Seahorse.
The two Montana State University English professors see strong ties between Twitter and some of the best poetry of the past century.