Jon Wick moved to Montana to become a teacher – and never left.
The bar’s Christmas-time cocktail has become a holiday staple for patrons from all corners of the state.
“It’s all homemade from scratch. Kind of started out on our own and just built a little business.”
Things are looking green in the Swanky Roots greenhouse on Story Road.
Shelter Designs produces up to 80 yurts a year and half of those are for full-time residences.
A good coffee can be roasted in a place known for bears and bison – not beverages.
GrizzBiz is an Electric City enterprise where 7th and 8th graders are learning what it takes to succeed in business.
“I think the landscape and access to nature certainly bleeds into some people’s work,” Lee said.
There are a lot of moving pieces that go into making a game, starting with the math.
This Montana Made report features a Bitterroot Valley man who is shedding some light on his rustic creations.
Morgan has passed away, but his legacy and his rods survive.
Brad Opheim makes blue pine wood caskets and urns.
Lewis and Clark Brewery owner Max Pigman took over Sleeping Giant Brewery 16 years ago
From beaded earrings to medallions, jingle dresses, and ribbon skirts, Sarah’s creations reflect the beauty of Montana’s Native American tribes.
Gulli’s work is so good it’s earned him an international reputation as a skilled carver.
BELGRADE – Ask any thriving businessperson the secret to success and you’ll likely hear, “Keep it simple.” For almost 40 years, Montana Canvas in Belgrade
Escobedo says he loves making practical items that are beautiful at the same time.
Snow said the mystique of Montana can be found in the products that come from its soil.
Gooey glaze dripping off a hot freshly fried donut is a pretty mouth-watering sight
Shepperd’s Candy has been making life a little sweeter in Butte the same way since 1954.