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Busty Business: Enell Owner and Founder Discusses Her Bra Invention

When she was younger, Havre barber Renelle Braaten liked to spend her spare time playing racquetball and volleyball in city sports leagues. But she was frustrated.  “There were no bras for big-busted women like me,” she said, looking back at the creation of her business, Enell Inc. It turned out there were a whole lot of women in the same situation. But…

SUPfest is Back with a Splash

SUPfest is back with a splash for the second year in a row. SUPfest, said event coordinator Tony Filler, “is all about getting people on the water and enjoying the sport of paddle boarding” and “family and fun!” The splashing good time starts Saturday, July 7 and ends Sunday morning, or early afternoon, at the Community Effort Pavillion at Beaver Creek…

The End of a Long Journey: The Rocky Boy Health Center

After years of delays, Rocky Boy’s new health center opens Friday. The clinic’s opening means expanded health care services to the people of the under-served reservation. It means the staff will have facilities in which to provide more services. And it means that all those health services will be provided under one roof. “It’s the end of a long journey,” CEO…

The Battle of the Flattops Begins: Rosendale vs. Tester for Senate

A race that may get nationwide attention is shaping up in Montana. State Auditor Matt Rosendale won the Republican nomination for the U.S. Senate in Tuesday’s primary election, setting up a contest with Democrat Jon Tester, of Big Sandy, who is seeking a third six-year term in the Nov. 6 election. “The battle of the flattops has finally begun,” Rosendale said after his victory,… (406) 262-7778