When Shelley Giebeig first learned of Cliff Doe — one of Flathead County’s only unidentified deaths — she thought she might never learn his true identity. But then a DNA discovery helped crack the decades-old case.
The nationally renowned horse farm and equestrian eventing venue is preparing to host not one but two major events in July and August
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