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STUMPTOWN VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPHT

business highlight STUmptown vintage photography “Whether you’re 5 years old or 85, it’s fun to get dressed up and hold a gun.”  Anna George RiCharde w alking down into Stumptown Vintage Photography feels like stepping into a scene from Montana’s past. The old-time...

Remedies Lakeside

business highlight REMiedies LAKESIDE Ask anyone in Lakeside and they’ll likely tell you it’s a pretty perfect little spot with at least one of everything to meet life’s needs – you know, the basics, like a lake, a ski mountain, and a brewery. And yes, other...

Old Traditions – New Ambitions

business feature Old Traditions – new ambitions Snowline Acres, formerly Snowline Tree Company, forges new seasonal rhythms under new ownership.  Clare Menzel E very autumn for half a century, Clinton DeLong has watched morning sunbeams stream through rows upon...

Shop Sisters

business feature SHOP SISTERS Patricia and Lorien Johnson, the sisters and business duo behind Mountain Valley Foods, on their family tradition of feeding the Flathead Valley.  Shea Swenson T he smiling faces of regular customers can be found throughout the aisles,...

Q&A with Bigfork Brokers

Don and Rose Schwennesen are the owners of Bigfork Brokers, a local real estate brokerage company specializing in homes and land in Bigfork and on Flathead Lake. They live on and operate a small organic-style cherry orchard and grape vineyard south of Bigfork on...

Nuestra Casa Es Su Casa

In Mexico, strangers are treated as family. That’s the atmosphere Francisco Valera wants to create at his restaurants, Vaqueros and Casa Mexico. By Linda Jaquette. Photo by Archer Messenger. Traditional food steeped in culture and tradition, as well as genuine...