Posted 9:26 AM 8/13/2012 by Breanna Roy - KPAX News
MISSOULA- One building at the Western Montana Fair serves as a time capsule of sorts, full of newspaper clippings and memorabilia. And when they opened it up for the oral history project this year, they got even more color to the black and white images.
Posted 2:24 PM 8/3/2012 by Irina Cates - KPAX News
RONAN- It was just 18 months ago that Tomy Parker's mission focused on fighting for his country, but in December of 2010, that mission changed his life.
"You can remember, like, walking, and running, and jumping, and things like that, but you can't do those anymore," Parker said.
Posted 1:39 PM 8/2/2012 by Irina Cates - KPAX News
CHARLO- The owners of a museum filled with Montana Native American history fought for two years to keep their business going, but that battle isn't over yet, as they still have to raise $75,000 to keep the doors open.
Posted 1:08 PM 7/31/2012 by Irina Cates - KPAX News
ARLEE - Just outside of Arlee sits a place that you might not know exists. Some see it as an escape into nature, while you learn a little about fish.
The Jocko River Trout Hatchery raises 300,000 rainbow trout every year, some of which are released for recreational fishing.
Posted 2:27 PM 7/27/2012 by Breanna Roy - KPAX News
PHILIPSBURG- All you have to do is look around Philipsburg and see that history surrounds you, and unlike the many mining towns in Granite County that became ghost towns, the people never left this town.