BUTTE – Not all successful businesses begin with a dream – sometimes they just form out of necessity.
GREAT FALLS – Those at the City Bar say the weeks leading up to Christmas are about spreading cheer through their homemade Tom and Jerry drink recipe.
HELENA – Along a busy, main street, just off Interstate-15 in Helena, you’ll find a gas station, and within it a little shop selling homemade bundles of beef, potato and pastry.
BILLINGS – Things are looking green in the Swanky Roots greenhouse on Story Road.
MISSOULA – In an era of skyrocketing home prices and a lack of housing some people are getting creative when it comes to buying and building a place to live. Shelter Designs Yurts is a Missoula company that’s offering up something different: yurts.
WEST YELLOWSTONE – Millions of people pass through West Yellowstone to see our first national park.
GREAT FALLS –A woodshop at one Great Falls middle school has taken on an entrepreneurial tone.
Montana’s Capital City is home to a long legacy for those working with ceramics at the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts.
BILLINGS – Trying to turn the jungle into a Vegas casino floor is what might best describe what Grand Vision Gaming in Billings is doing with their business.
STEVENSVILLE – There are many things that make owning a home in Montana unique.
BOZEMAN – For some, fly fishing is a sport. For others, a passion. And for still others, it goes even beyond that.
VAUGHN – Brad Opheim has always liked working with his hands.
HELENA – The Lewis and Clark Brewing Company, which started in Helena more than a decade ago, has come to gain national recognition.
BILLINGS – Sarah Widener sits at the kitchen table in her Billings home creating the items her grandma, mother, and cousins taught her over the years.
VICTOR – Totem poles tell a story, whether it’s the story of an indigenous people or, in more modern times, someone’s imagination. Either way, making them is a labor of love and true artistry.