I was raised in Missoula and grew up fly fishing on my grandparents' ranch. My introduction to radio was by way of cutting commercials for my mom's business when I was nine. I went on to become a writer and lived in both Minnesota and Maine, but Montana will always be home. You can usually find me hanging with my husband and our two rescue dogs, at the gym, hiking to bodies of water, or with my nose in a book.
7 Montanans Who Could Be the Next James Bond
Here are a few Montana candidates, past and present, who would be worthy of the 007 designation.
6 Ways Missoula Montana Changed in the 20 Years I’ve Been Gone
I’ve connected with friends, old and new, and they’ve asked me how Missoula has changed. These are a few things that really stood out to me.
Why It’s Unfair and Not Useful to Rank Montana Colleges [Opinion]
Ranking Montana colleges, to some degree, isn't useful because our focus should be on helping our population reach their highest potential, in whatever way is best for them.
Billings Protests Reflect New Study Showing 95% of Protests Have Been Peaceful
You could describe the summer of 2020 in a lot of ways, but I'll throw out my suggestion: the summer of strong opinions.
What I Saw at the Black Lives Matter Protest in Billings
When I rounded the corner from third street onto 27th Street the magnitude of the movement came into full view: easily 1,000 people were gathered on the sidewalk and in the park adjacent to the Yellowstone County Courthouse.
Deals and Freebies Going on in Billings [LIST]
I love that our local business community is trying to cut everyone a break when they can. The least we can do is support them when we can, right?
Feaver retiring as president of state public employees union
Long-time union leader Eric Feaver is retiring after 36 years, most recently serving as president of the Montana Federation of Public Employees.
Governor issues directive to ensure telehealth coverage
Montana Gov. Steve Bullock issued two directives Tuesday related to the coronavirus outbreak.
Views of Nearby National Parks at Night [PHOTOS]
We thought we'd share some awe-inspiring photos thanks to the National Park Service. Yes, these are still photos without people, but that's what makes them beautiful,