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Ryan Zinke Scores A Pyrrhic Victory In Yellowstone

June 14, 2018

Ryan Zinke at Yellowstone's doorstep
After ousting Dan Wenk over bison, Interior Secretary now must decide: will he stand behind his controversial National Park Service Director?
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A Daughter's Ritual To Make Peace With Her Mother's Death

May 7, 2018

Fire has always been part of human ritual
After losing her elder to dementia, this client of Timothy Tate finds relief in dreams and fire
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Creative Destruction Levels A Bozeman Trailer Park

April 22, 2018 // Culture, Community

Trailer park in Bozeman soon to be razed
Tim Crawford wonders how much empathy the new Bozeman has for those sent packing
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Remembering The Ties That Bind: A Daughter Copes With Her Mother's Dementia

April 19, 2018

Bozeman psychotherapist Timothy Tate helps a client work through the pain of watching her matriarch's memory fade
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Roar: Random Musings From A Montana Hook And Bullet Conservationist—Part I

March 26, 2018

A stuffed African lion and Nile crocodile
MoJo columnist T. H. Crawford, lifelong hunter and African safarian, shares thoughts on Trump Administration's International Wildlife Conservation Council
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