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So I got up early on Sunday morning just in case the moose was out there, you know, in the lake.
Everyone in the North Fork followed the story of the young man lost on the Huckleberry Lookout Trail.
Like a lot of people trying to save a few bucks, I too, have turned to chickens.
School shootings and the bloody murders of totally innocent children and their teacher caretakers is a societal tragedy that Americans have become numb to. Without the common sense outlawing of the assault weapo...
So a few weeks ago I was sitting in a blind at a private pond watching a great blue heron.
Now it is finally spring on the North Fork!
Seventy degrees Fahrenheit one day and then 40ºF the next accompanied by freezing or near freezing nights.
I was fortunate to meet and know many of the North Fork Homesteaders.
You know, I’ve made a career out of social faux pas — saying the wrong thing at the wrong time has always been a skill I’ve cherished.
I am writing this column on the official first day of Spring. As usual it is much more springlike in Columbia Falls than it is on the North Fork.
Last week’s story on a home built on the banks of McDonald Creek by John and Stacy Ambler certainly struck a nerve on social media, reaching about 722,000 people as of Monday, according to Fakebook.
A relatively new North Forker recently asked me if we are experiencing a “normal” winter.
So the other day the boy and I tried to ski and it was a miserable affair.
I don’t often read the editorial pages of the Daily Inter Lake, namely because they get a lot of opinions on subjects or topics we don’t always cover.
I guess that it is only natural that the Interlocal is dominated by the Forest Service, Glacier Park and Flathead County.
Marion Foley was out cross country skiing in her Martin City pasture lot the other evening when she looked up in the sky and saw something glowing.