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Together We Go: The Ways Of Horses And Western Women

May 2, 2018

Louise Johns on a day in the outback
Photojournalist Louise Johns explores the special bond between ride and rider that defines our region
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May 2, 2018

First, some essential biographical information that you think I should include in my introduction before the Q and A.

I was born and raised in rural Virginia, Sperryville, VA. I was a competitive horseback rider in a sport called Three-Day Eventing in my younger years before coming to Missoula, Montana for college. I studied photojournalism at University of Montana, and have since made my way as a photographer’s assistant, freelancer and National Geographic Young Explorer. 
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The Dakota/Lakota Don't Wait For Godot, Instead They Have Hawks

May 2, 2018

Photo courtesy Mike Baird https://www.flickr.com/photos/mikebaird/323660913/
Poet Lois Red Elk writes about avian messengers
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Bison Injures Visitor In Yellowstone

May 2, 2018

A bison bull in Old Faithful area
Idahoan tossed off trail at Old Faithful area by buffalo. First incident of 2018
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Zinke’s Meddling With National Parks Reveals His (Lack Of) Character

May 1, 2018

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's latest controversial action could claim Yellowstone superintendent as a casualty
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What is 'Give Big' And Where Do Southwest Montanans Fit In?

April 30, 2018

   Our sweet city and valley
With Give Big, every act of generosity counts. A 24-hour blitz to benefit every corner of the non-profit community in Greater Bozeman. 
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