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How Can 'We' Better Live In Panic-Stricken Times?

March 28, 2020

Words at Story Mill Park in Bozeman
It's normal to feel stressed out and alone, so what can we do about it? Timothy Tate, Bozeman psychotherapist, shares a few thoughts about creating the transformation we need
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Inside The Storm

March 20, 2020

"Everything will be fine," the banner says.. "Thanks doctors and nurses."
A young Italian sends a warning to his contemporary Millennial and Gen Z peers in the Northern Rockies
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Crazy Horse (Tȟašúŋke Witkó) And The Moon Of Hard Times

March 1, 2020

What are the things that give us grounding?
Lois Red Elk writes of a warrior, her father and how humans need to dream themselves whole
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The Gravity Of Grief And Pressure In Extreme Outdoor Sports

February 29, 2020

Bozeman's Anker and Tate in latest New Yorker
Pondering the toll, Bozeman climbing legend Conrad Anker and psychotherapist Timothy Tate featured in latest New Yorker Magazine profile
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After Yellowstone, Dreams Of Rewilding Scotland With Wolves And Lynx?

February 26, 2020

The idea of predator eradication was a European import
In the absence of predators, deer numbers exploded. After environmentalist George Monbiot killed one for population control, animal rights activists howled
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Will Montana’s Senate Race Become A National Bellwether?

February 24, 2020

Cora Neumann out for a walk in Paradise Valley
Cora Neumann, a first-time candidate who worked with First Ladies on both sides of the political aisle, aims to unseat one of the richest lawmakers on Capitol Hill
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