News from February 2022

    Gwen Petersen

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    February 21, 1928 – February 16, 2022 Gwen Petersen was well known around Montana and the West.  She was an accomplished poet, author and editor of dozens of books and articles, creator of the first Montana Cowboy Poetry Gathering in 1986, playwright, perpetrator of the Toot, Hoot and Snoot show, illustrator, regular contributor to Range Magazine and The Fencepost agricultural publication, comedic character, and beloved friend. Gwen Petersen was born Gwendolyn Alice Norton, a lovely British girl, in Decatur, Illinois February 21, 1928. Her parents were Joseph Ingram Lyle Norton, and Mildred Mills Norton. She had four siblings: Dorothy (Jean), Tom, Harry and Janet; she and her younger brother Tom would keep in close contact her entire life.   Gwen always loved the idea of ranching and boarded the train to Montana as a young woman.  When she arrived in Livingston, she knew she was home. She worked there as a telephone... Read More

  • Robert “Bob” Bovee

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    October 27, 1935- February 5, 2022 Read More

  • Steve Hawkins

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    March 24, 1953 – March 20, 2013 Read More

  • Art Yadon

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    March 23, 1926 – March 3, 2009 Read More

  • Archie “Duane” Neal

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    January 21, 1936 – September 20, 2016 Read More

  • Leo Faber

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    October 11, 1929– November 17, 2018 Read More

  • Glen Childers

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    February 7, 1912 – September 1983 Read More

  • Jack Atcheson, Sr.

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    May 9, 1932 – Dec. 27, 2017 Read More

  • Thomas Albin Edwards

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    1899-1975 Read More

  • Gene and Martha Youderain

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