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“My Kind of Town: Livingston, Montana”

By Scott McMillion
Photography by Thomas Lee
Montana Quarterly
Fall 2011

“How the Money Flows”

By Scott McMillion
Photography by Thomas Lee
Montana Quarterly
Summer 2011

The federal government spends billions in Montana. Here’s where it goes, county by county.

“A Rare, Ghastly Night”

By Scott McMillion
Montana Quarterly
Spring 2011

While most bear attacks on humans can be explained, last summer’s predatory attacks near Cooke City remind us that occasionally, bears see humans as food.

“Hope at the End of A Rope”

By Scott McMillion
Photography by Thomas Lee
Montana Quarterly
Fall 2010

Montana Ranch Helping Kids No One Else Wants

“Cowboy Cool”

By Scott McMillion
Photography by Thomas Lee
Montana Quarterly
Fall 2010

Legendary rodeo poet Paul Zarzyski and singer/songwriter Wylie Gustafson team up to create music infused with the heart of the past that’s grounded in the present.

“Cowboy Politics”

By Scott McMillion
The Montana Quarterly
Spring, 2010
Photography by Thomas Lee

From vigilante days to the cyber age, the Montana Stockgrowers Association remains a big player in state politics, with a little help from Uncle Sam.

“Ghost Cat”

By Scott McMillion
Nature Conservancy Magazine
Winter, 2009
Photography by Ted Wood

Scientists in the Northern Rockies labor hard to protect the increasingly rare Canada Lynx. But first, they have to find the elusive creature. And that means diving into the deadfall. There’s no guarantee of success.

Click here to read the entire story.

“The Art of Survival”

By Scott McMillion
The Montana Quarterly
Winter, 2009
Photography by Thomas Lee

Against all odds, after barely surviving the Bataan Death March, Billings artists Ben Steele went on to make his life an act of generosity.

“A Fragile Coalition”

The Montana Quarterly
Winter, 2010
Photography by Thomas Lee
Is Montana ready for more wilderness? U.S. Senator Jon Tester says it’s time.

Becoming Aware of the Bear

By Scott McMillion
Montana Outdoors
November/December 2009

If you hunt in grizzly country, chances are you’re breaking the rules.
That’s because you creep around. You hunt during early morning and evening. You mask your scent and walk into the wind. You usually hunt solo. You stay intensely focused on your prey. This is what hunting requires.
But it’s also the opposite of what bear safety experts say you should do in grizzly country.

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