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All Aboard for Glacier!

 

This year’s Spring for Glacier fundraiser theme pays tribute to Glacier National Park’s vivid railroad past. You are invited to join Glacier National Park’s four non-profit partners at Lake McDonald Lodge for a fun-filled evening on Friday, May 18, 2012.   This event will benefit the Park’s four partners - Glacier Institute, the Glacier Association, the Glacier National Park Associates and the Glacier National Park Fund – as they support Glacier National Park.

 

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Choteau’s Jim Anderson Tells It Like It Is

I always enjoy talking to my conservative friend, Jim Anderson, from Grizzly Sports down in Choteau on Monday mornings. This Monday around as quarter to 7, Jim's going to give his opinion on the Heritage Act. The G

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A WALK IN THE PARK

t's "National Park Week" all this week, April 21st through the 29th. All 397 of your national parks are offering FREE admission all week long. Not to copy Sarah Palin, but I can see Glacier Park from my back porch! With this coming week's record high temperatures, what a great week to drive over to Glacier, our Crown Jewel

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Looking west from the Continental Divide (Howard Hecht/flickr)
Looking west from the Continental Divide (Howard Hecht/flickr)
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Meet “The Bob”

Looking west from the Continental Divide (Howard Hecht/flickr)Hungry Horse, MT—April 10, 2012 — Visitors to the former bank vault at Glacier Discovery Square in Columbia Falls are now greeted with a life sized photo of Bob Marshall, the namesake of the more than 1,000,000 acre wilderness complex along the Continental Divide, and founder of the original Wilderness Society.The exhibit features a series of historic photos of old timers constructing trails in “The Bob.”  They include

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(David Restivo, NPS)
(David Restivo, NPS)
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Annual Spring Snow Plowing Begins in Park

Glacier National Park road crews have initiated spring snow plowing operations on the park’s roads, including the 50-mile Going-to-the-Sun Road.

Snow levels at high elevations across the park are currently above average for this time of year

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A benefit for Mike

Mike Meuli, as many of you know, is a life time resident of the Conrad community. Mike was recently injured and as a result of his injuries, Mike's leg had to be amputated below the knee. Mike will be unable to work in the immediate future

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Living the good life…a nice way to live

I was at the Marias Heritage Center last night for my usual Tuesday evening Montana History reading. The more time I spend there, the more I am aware of what a wonderful facility this is for our community

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Rocky Mountain Front - West of Augusta Montana
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Back on the Front’s back

I received some great news early this week from Jim Anderson down at Grizzly Sports in Choteau. Jim, by the way, joins me every Monday morning about a quarter to 7 on both KSEN AM and KZIN FM-K 96. Jim tells me that he has received some more copies of T

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(flickr user hegarty_david)
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If you liked last winter, fasten your seat belts

If you enjoyed last winter here in the Golden Triangle, the Puffman Blog has some "good"(?) news for you today. La Nina, the main factor responsible for all the cold and snow last year, is back! According to the National Weather Service's Climate Prediction Center, La Nina conditions have returned and are expected to slowly strengthen and continue throughout the winter months

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(glasses by flickr user parl)
(glasses by flickr user parl)
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My favorite night of the week

Here it is, Tuesday already, and that's means I get to report to the beautiful sun room in the Marias Heritage Center here in Shelby to share some more "Montana History" this evening... NOT with Heritage Center residents but rather with "my friends" up at the Heritage

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(Flickr User Robin Miller Photography)
(Flickr User Robin Miller Photography)
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Time to hang up our poles

As summer slowly slips away and Labor Day comes bounding in, it's time to draw the curtain on the Old Fishing Hole for another season. This weekend's program will be the last until spring. It seems like only a second ago that it was the first week in May and I was getting ready for this summer's programs

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Rails Across Canada
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Rails across Canada

Few stories in the annals of railroading are as compelling as the construction, evolution, and astounding successes of the Canadian Pacific and Canadian National railways. That's what Tom Murray says and Tom should know. He's the author of "Rails Across Canada-The History

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