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Five-year-old Sabastian Winter reacts Monday afternoon as he slips into knee-deep Pattee Creek while crossing the water on a rope swing at Elm…

Last summer, motorists on U.S. Highway 93 passed through a plume of smoke from the Lolo Peak fire as flames from the fire, and from backfiring…

The remnants of a log shed and a large tree root are among the debris left in the upper Bitterroot River after this spring's high water. Most …

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President Donald Trump gestures Thursday while talking about his presidency after 18 months during a campaign rally in Great Falls. Thousands …

Cynthia Old Person, left, and Starleena Bigleggins, 9-year-old cousins from the Flathead Indian Reservation, try to stay dry Tuesday while wal…

Set up on a bluff above the Bitterroot River, Idaho painter Robert Moore mixes paints under an umbrella Friday morning before applying them to…

Moore developed his ambidextrous style early in his career when he broke his wrist playing basketball and had a looming deadline for a show of…

Moore, who is color blind, uses dark glasses, despite the dreary day, to help correct some colors. "When I see a rainbow," Moore says, "I see …

Ted Hughes, curator at the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula, talks about his first exhibit, a show featuring quilts from the 1830s to the 19…

Hughes says he is excited to learn more about the collection of artifacts held by the Historical Museum, including a music box that once playe…

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Thanks montananurse. Here is a link to a gallery of photographs from the southwest region http://missoulian.com/roadside-wanderings-in-southwest-montana/collection_cb636c30-c642-11e3-8099-001a4bcf887a.html

Yes he did Don. Fletcher wrote the poem that Cole Porter later bought and made the hit song inspired by the words. The words are on one of the roadside signs I'll visit later this summer.