Grants are helping Montana historians and scholars advance research on historic Black residents.
While many businesses in this southwestern Montana "ghost town" reel in tourists with its mining and Wild West vigilante past, one businessman arrived offering a modern product: covid-19 vaccines.
A woman was injured Friday evening in a surprise close encounter with a moose in Virginia City.
Sixty miles east of Missoula on Interstate 90, at milepost 166, a highway marker shows an exit for Gold Creek. In the absence of signs designating this as a significant spot in Montana's chronicles, motorists zip by at 80 mph without a thought of stopping.
While Boot Hill is most commonly associated with Tombstone Arizona, in fact, many cemeteries (the vast majority in the West) had that name. Du…
Virginia City is a small town located about 50 miles southwest of Bozeman.
Man pleads not guilty to killing girlfriend
It took nearly two weeks for far-flung Montana to learn the news of President Abraham Lincoln's assassination in 1865. Here's how it was reported at the time.
When Montanans register vehicles in the state, they may pay an optional $6 fee that provides one of the main funding sources for Montana State Parks. A pair of bills under consideration by lawmakers could have significant impacts on how that fee is assessed and used.
International photographer David Yarrow was in Virginia City Wednesday shooting photos of, among other things, Cindy Crawford posing with Montana wildlife.
Bannack was the first territorial capital Montana, however, the territorial legislature moved the capital to Virginia City in 1865. It remained the capital until 1875 when it moved to Helena.
The wonderfully preserved Victorian gold mining town of Virginia City, Montana, is home to the Virginia City Players.
The National Weather Service is calling for as much a foot and a half of snow on Kings Hill, but no more than a few inches around Helena heading into this weekend.
A few years ago, I attended A Splendid Feast at the Elling House in Virginia City. Held in the sprawling 1867 Gothic Revival home originally built and occupied by John and Mary Elling and their 10 children, the annual event is the primary fundraiser for the nonprofit Elling House Arts & Humanities Center. The stone home and its expansive yard occupy 26 city lots, providing a stunning backdrop for a festive meal.