Besides being a Harlowton Councilman and business owner, Tom Horan is also a committed economic developer - past and present - and a strong advocate of the School-to-Work Program. Horan’s Rocky Mountain Cookware has... click to read more.
The Kalbergs have been members of the Family Motor Coach Association for many years. They belong to three chapters: Big Sky, Olympic Snow Bird, and WIMBCOA... click to read more.
The Harlowton Chamber had maintained a small website for a number of years. Rosenberg and Michael thought they... click to read more.
The “Made in Harlo” Shop is open for the second year in a row. I found Connie Johnson “manning” the shop and Jean Muggenburg passing through, two Saturdays ago. They filled me in on some... click to read more.
It’s a time of change, to be sure, for Wheatland County and its citizens. The writer expects to be part of them and you will be reading about that as time goes on. For now, he is teaming... click to read more.
If significant change is on the way to Wheatland County, it might well be that Scot Mitchell is one of its forerunners. While relatively new to the area, Mitchell is certainly not waiting for... click to read more.
Last month, I sat for lunch at the Cornerstone Family Restaurant prior to a Central Montana Regional Water Authority meeting. I heard rave reviews on Greg Muller’s hamburgers. So, I had... click to read more.
I always get a kick out of those “Small World” moments that occur in life. Here’s one. I was planning to stop in to see Wes Schenk at his custom saddle shop and ask him for an interview. I missed his... click to read more.
The future is in the hands of the next generation. And, that generation has some distinct advantages over previous ones thanks to Mr. Dave Wallace and others like him in the Harlowton School District... click to read more.