For more than three decades, ‘writers helping writers’ has been the guiding principle at weekly workshops organized by a group of local authors, who this year are preparing to host the 30th annual Flathead River Writers Conference
The author and her family first visited the historic fire lookout overlooking the North Fork Flathead River to celebrate a milestone more than two decades ago. Today, it offers a connection to a familiar setting that has endured changing times.
In a feat that was part endurance and part advocacy, a trio of ultrarunners linked up the last remaining glaciers of Glacier National Park to highlight the effects of climate change for a new North Face film
Serving the Flathead Valley and beyond since 2014, Two Bear Air’s world-class search-and-rescue service and its suite of high-tech equipment has transformed the region into the last best place to get lost and found
Laura Chenier became the first known person to swim the widest width of Flathead Lake, a 16-mile feat that took more than 10 hours
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