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The Voice Of Lois Red Elk-Reed Hails From The Real Old Old West

September 5, 2017 // Culture

Lois Red Elk-Reed and husband, Dennis, at Standing Rock in autumn 2016
From working on multiple fronts to preserve her culture to advising Hollywood on its portrayals of native people, Lois Red Elk-Reed, of Fort Peck, Montana, has gained acclaim as an "organic poet".
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For A Generation, "The Blue Door" Was A Safe Space On Bozeman's Main Street

September 5, 2017

The author contemplates the meaning of red, white and blue from behind the door of his clinical therapy practice in downtown Bozeman, Montana
Psychotherapist Timothy J. Tate says the biggest downside of his community becoming the "it" place is the loss of handshake agreements.
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Fake News And Media Bias? It's Actually Me-Bias And Most Of Us Are Guilty

September 4, 2017 // Culture

Illustration by Diane Kaup Benefiel/Wilson, Wyoming
In his new column, Trigger Warning, now debuting at Mountain Journal, social commentator David J Swift suggests those who embrace alternative facts can't handle the truth
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America Desperately Needs More Bill Ruckelshauses

August 31, 2017 // EPA

William Ruckelshaus being sworn in as the first chief administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Sara Flitner remembers the EPA's first chief administrator and how his approach to problem solving is badly-need today
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What Motivates Some Millennials To Try To Do Good In The World?

August 31, 2017

Liam Diekmann conducting "research" for his column
The 21st-century will be shaped by the Millennial generation, which is inheriting both opportunities and challenges from their predecessors. In his regular column, "My Father's Son" for Mountain Journal and MidCurrent, Liam Diekmann of Bozeman, Montana, lends some insight into Millennial values. 
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A Late Summer Hike In The Tetons Leads To "Rock of Ages"

August 29, 2017 // Big Art of Nature

A view of Rock of Ages high in the Tetons by Sue Cedarholm
In Watercolor Diary, Sue Cedarholm is painting a new place every day. In day 155, she ventures into the Tetons’ Hanging Canyon to spy Rock of Ages
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