Historical Events

Sizzling Summer Fun On The Puffman Show Today
This weekend is the 34th Annual Lewis & Clark Festival over in Cut Bank and this afternoon (Tuesday) at 2:30, Sissy Nygaard is stopping by with all the Lewis and Clark Festival details. I'm looking forward to having Sissy in the studio to share with us the rundown of this fun weekend he…
First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park – July 7
On Saturday, July 7  from 10:30am to 12:30pm, You're invited to come and explore the largest Buffalo Jump in North America! Join a Montana State Parks ranger for a guided hike along the First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park's 31/2 mile interpretive trail...
John, Dear…
Do you have an old restored farm tractor? Next month (July), our Marias Museum here in Shelby will be presenting exhibits featuring agriculture, and they'll be showing restored farm tractors. There are some real beauties out here in the Golden Triangle...
200 Years of Peace Makes It Easy to Forget a War
On June 18, 1812, the Congress of the United States  declared war on Great Britain. The war gave America a few new heroes - Andrew Jackson and Dolly Madison, to name just two - a poem that would become our national anthem, and a settled border with Canada...