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.
BELGRADE – Ask any thriving businessperson the secret to success and you’ll likely hear, “Keep it simple.”
“We toyed with a lot of different names; for lack of better, we thought, ‘There’s nothing worse than a rusty lathe, so why not call
HELENA – Located on the west end of Helena is Sting Saddlery, a business specializing in handcrafted leatherwork and repairs.
POLSON – This Montana Made report features a Flathead area juice making company that’s growing.
RAVALLI – Baked goods make just about everyone smile but let’s face it, some of us are just better at it than others.
BUTTE – A lot of things have changed in Butte in the past six decades, but one sweet thing has not changed.
A business near Big Sandy called The Oil Barn has found a number of ways to utilize their product.
HELENA – Norman “Jeff” Holter founded the Holter Research Foundation in Helena and became a globally recognized biophysicist.
BILLINGS – The glow of a neon sign is a universal sign to ‘come in’, but due to cost and changing technology, neon work is
MISSOULA – Aquatic wheelchairs, pool lifts, and shower seats have given those with mobility issues opportunities to access pools, lakes, baths, showers and even the ocean.
MISSOULA- A smile is worth a thousand words … or so they say! But in reality, a clean mouth is the gateway to overall health.