Flathead Living Magazine



Spend time with the ones you love, and find joy in the stillness. These really are the good old days.


Perma Red

First published in 2002, the novel is being reissued on its 20th anniversary

48 Degrees North

Spinning Vinyl and Building Community

For Bernard Jones, Slow Burn Records is more than just a place to buy music: it’s a hub for Northwest Montana’s vibrant music scene.  “As much as it’s about the vinyl records, it’s more about having a safe haven for artists,” Jones said. “People are excited about it.” Jones is the general manager of the […]


A Legacy of Land and Lumber

A century after it started sawing logs west of Columbia Falls, F.H. Stoltze Land & Lumber Co. survives as the oldest family-owned lumber company in Montana


A Christmas Family Robinson

For 70 years, members of the Robinson family have cultivated and cut Christmas trees to grace living rooms throughout the Rocky Mountains

48 Degrees North

A Winter Reading List

To inspire your holiday shopping list, here are a few favorites from the Treasured State’s most talented authors


The Modern Faces of Homelessness

The circumstances surrounding the Flathead Valley’s impoverished population are complex, and the social safety net is riddled with gaps. But the individuals we characterize as homeless are human to the core.