Glendive: Montana’s Dinosaur Capital

If you dig dinosaurs, there’s no better state than Montana, and there’s no better community than Glendive. The town sits atop the late-Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation and has seen significant [...]

Bear Gulch Pictographs

In a 100-foot-deep limestone canyon, visitors of the Bear Gulch Pictographs can take in the wonder of approximately 3,000 Plains Indian drawings. Macie Lundin-Ahlgren, whose family has owned the [...]

Square Butte

An interesting drive to explore, is to the town of Square Butte located midway between Stanford and Fort Benton on scenic Highway 80. Established in 1913, Square Butte was named for the [...]

The Russell Summer Sale

August 16 – 19, 2023 Inspired by the one-and-only artist and storyteller Charlie Russell, these events will include happenings for all ages and any who love art and the Western lifestyle. Join us [...]

Horse Racing Returns to Great Falls

Horses are intricately woven into Montana’s heritage. They were a means of travel for the First Peoples, pioneers, and homesteaders. Montana’s first farms and ranches were made possible by [...]

Lewis and Clark Festival

By Tim Lee Twenty-five years ago, a group of driven individuals known as the Lewis and Clark Foundation broke ground with a goal that had finally been met. After eight years of celebrating Lewis [...]

Dusty Gliko Bullriding Challenge

By Tim Lee Eighteen years ago, a group of cowboys and cowgirls dusted off their boots and decided to turn a heart-breaking sorrow into something beautiful. They never expected to watch their idea [...]

Stanford to Lewistown

Stanford Judith Basin County Museum Opened in 1967, the Judith Basin County Museum depicts the rich history of the county which saw the transition from open range cattle ranching to sheep-herding [...]

Glasgow to Wolf Point

Glasgow Valley County Pioneer Museum Historical treasures at the Valley County Pioneer Museum include an ornate Buffalo Bill Cody Bar (still sporting a bullet hole and lead slug from the Wild [...]