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  • Record crowds in Glacier

    The dry spring wasn't all bad. Glacier National Park's visitation zoomed to record levels in June as the Going-to-the-Sun Road opened nearly a month earlier than last year.

  • Author Sherwood dies

    A noted West Glacier author has died. James Webster Sherwood III, 79, a lifetime summer resident of Glacier National Park and West Glacier die…

  • Park flies water tank to Granite Park

    Glacier National Park is known for its cascading streams and sky blue lakes. But even the Park isn't immune to the abnormally hot and dry summer of 2015.

  • Park holds Instameets

    Glacier National Park is hosting a new "Instameets" program where participants go on a hike and then are encouraged to share their photos on s…

  • When I was 57

    Am writing on July 23, 2015, the day before my 87th birthday and a planned party at the Central School Museum in Kalispell. It has been a busy…

  • North Fork still crispy

    Yes, it is still very dry on the North Fork. Cooler weather and a few showers have helped, but every bolt of lightning makes us wince and distant thunder gets us up to watch for lightning.

  • A sad report on the death of a cub

    The combination Community Firewise Meeting and summer Interlocal meeting makes for a long day at Sondreson Hall. The Firewise Meeting started …

  • Reviewing Antler Antics

    e haven't heard much news the last few years about the National Park Service vigorously prosecuting people who remove deer, elk and moose antl…

  • Grizzly plop golf, revisited

    One of our Over the Hill Gang members, Ron Beard, is an architect engineer living in Washington D.C. but spends much time in the Flathead wher…

  • Hoilands know their trees

    I think nearly everyone is aware that Duke and Naomi Hoiland were honored as Montana's Tree Farmer of the Year. State winners then advance to …

  • Pining for lake whitefish

    Remember when schools of lake whitefish in Flathead Lake in July were so thick, you could almost walk across the boats at Woods Bay Point and the mouth of the Flathead River?

  • A great Fourth

    We could not have improved much on the Fourth of July weekend on the North Fork. OK, it was a bit too warm but that did not dampen enthusiasm …

  • About that log

    What is most unique about this photo? Is it the fact a squirrel and a white tail buck are eating bird seed together off a log? Well! Maybe? Pe…

  • Fire season cooking

    The worrywarts can stop worrying about whether or not we will have a severe fire season. It is now almost a certainty. Not only have we had a …

  • It's a small world after all

    During three years in the U.S. Army rubbing shoulders with thousands of other young men from across the country, at state-side bases, twice ac…

  • About 'girl rangers'

    There is one fact of modern life to which I will probably never completely adjust. You younger folks in your early 60s probably can't grasp th…

  • Fire season in the North Fork early

    I am writing this column on June 21st, the first day of summer and Lee Downes' anniversary of his 21st birthday. June is supposed to be one of…

  • Remembering Mac McNeil

    Cannot complain about the weather except to say it was too hot for June. The snow is mostly gone from the mountains, the river is not clear bu…

  • Memories Without Written Record

    Young persons do not have any idea of what their life will produce in successes and failures, adventures and misadventures. Reading plans of l…

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