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There's a brown house that sits at the top of MacDonald Pass and serves an important purpose. It's been there since the 1930's when the federal... [Read More]
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The new territory of Montana needed roads back in the 1860's, but had no money to build them.  ... [Read More]
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Helena police will begin counting the urban deer population next week. Police Chief Troy McGee said that surveying begins Wednesday and will run through Oct. 6. The... [Read More]
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Police Chief Troy McGee says that surveying will begin on Wednesday, September 27th and will run through October 6th. [Read More]
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The road west out of Helena climbs to just over 6,300 feet and reaches what is now known as MacDonald Pass. But the first road... [Read More]
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Jon Axline is working to make sure this lime kiln's place in Helena's history is not forgotten. [Read More]
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Axline is working to make sure this lime kiln's place in Helena's history is not forgotten. [Read More]
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As fires continue to ravage Montana, a number of Made in Montana businesses are coming together to help raise much-needed money to help firefighters and... [Read More]
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There's a trail on the edge of Helena, off a quiet southside cul de sac, that leads to a relic more than a century old, which helped build the Capital... [Read More]
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The Montana Historical Society is gearing up for its annual history conference, coming in September. The 44th annual event will be held in Helena this... [Read More]
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The 44th annual event will be held in Helena this year and will focus on Montana in 1917. [Read More]
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Porsild says there are hundreds of historic cemeteries across Montana that can benefit from the workshop. [Read More]
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The Montana History Foundation recently announced it is receiving a grant from the National Park Service: one of 12 grants given nationwide and the only one in... [Read More]
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