The former Mission General Store, now Stutzman’s Country Market, in St. Ignatius has been a mainstay in the Amish community for nearly two decades, known for unique products and an old-timey feel that the new owners plan to preserve
Tucked off the highway inside a campground just outside of Glacier National Park, Sunflower Café offers cuisine inspired by the owners’ world travels, from Southeast Asia to Central America, as well as the history of the location itself
Over the decades, all sorts of plans were concocted for Wild Horse Island: resorts, a power plant, a large marina, farms, an Arabian and Thoroughbred horse operation, hundreds of homesites. But a much better idea won, and today it’s one of Montana’s largest state parks.
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Another busy summer along the remote North Fork Flathead River has led to a spate of incidents involving unsecured garbage and grizzly bears this summer, culminating in the recent death of a well-known resident sow who lived among the locals for nearly two decades, as well as her three yearling cubs