Feral horse capture kicks up controversy
February 23rd, 2014
For years, horses have roamed freely along the eastern slopes of the Canadian Rockies. Some are thought to be descendants of the original Spanish mustangs brought up to Alberta in the 1700s or the horses released by logging operations from the early 1900s. Others are believed to have thoroughbred influence going back the Dirty ‘30s; and, still others have apparently been set loose by farmers and ...
Montana Ranchers Learn Ways To Live With Wolves
February 8th, 2014
Gray wolves are a controversial and polarizing animal in much of the American West. Wolves have slowly come back from extinction, forcing people to learn how to coexist with the cunning predator. One farmer is teaching his cattle to huddle together as bison do when threatened — there is safety in numbers.
Idaho's 1832 Battle of Pierre's Hole
February 9th, 2014
Antoine Godin hated the Blackfoot Indians. He was an Iroquois and the Blackfeet had murdered his father. He vowed that one day he would exact his revenge. In July 1832, he got his chance, and committed an act of violence that would trigger the deaths of whites and Indians, trappers and warriors, women and children - forever leaving a bloody scar on the history of the Teton Valley.
Goings On About Town: Movies
March 3rd, 2014
goatcategory-- NOW PLAYING Bethlehem Yet another intimate-scale spy drama set amid the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. This one concerns Razi (Tsahi Halevi), a young and hip-looking Israeli secret-service officer who has recruited a Bethlehem teen-ager, Sanfur (Shadi Mar’i), as an informant. When . . .