BY MARIA MACVEAN Storytelling runs in James Redford’s blood. The documentary filmmaker grew up watching some of the best American movies come together thanks to his father, Robert Redford. Through his dad’s involvement in various film projects, James, who goes by Jamie, learned how stories are told, and what motivated his father to select the […]
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BY KAREN E. DAVIS Planting their cowboy boots squarely in our backyard, the Paramount Network has created a new modern-day TV western called Yellowstone, starring Oscar-winner Kevin Costner. Costner, following in a long line of movie stars taken by the state, calls Paramount’s Yellowstone his “postcard to Montana.” The series, loosely set just outside the […]
Howlers Inn Proprietors Describe Initial Encounters BY DAVID S. LEWIS She was the first family member to set foot in the wolf enclosure, Aurelie Burns told the Pioneer. The outgoing owner of the sanctuary, Mary Martha Bahn, told Aurelie to remove her dangling earrings before getting close to the wolves—because they could catch their paws […]
Feds Failed to Acquire Crucial Testimony Before Drawing Conclusions BY DAVID S. LEWIS 07-07-17 A former Yellowstone National Park employee contacted The Montana Pioneer recently on the heels of a report released by the Office of Inspector General and published in the Pioneer’s May 2017 issue. We met personally with the whistleblower, at his home, […]
BY KAREN DAVIS 6/11/17 A preliminary necropsy of the injured, well-known white wolf discovered April 11 in Yellowstone National Park shows she was shot—and within the boundaries of Yellowstone National Park, officials believe. Discovered by hikers inside the park near Gardiner, Mont., the Canyon Pack alpha female was euthanized by park staff due to her […]
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Who’s Accountable for Protecting Historic Artifacts? BY PAT HILL 01/08/16 Livingston, Montana-based archaeologist Larry Lahren first heard about the looting at Fort Ellis in December, during … [Read More...]
BY PAT HILL 01/08/16 Another proposal to explore for gold in Park County has surfaced, this time near Jardine, Montana, not far from Gardiner. It’s even closer to Yellowstone Park than the … [Read More...]
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A Life of Danger BY DAVID S. LEWIS 01/08/16 There’s a man who leads a life of danger; To everyone he meets he stays a stranger; With every move he makes, another chance he takes; Odds are he … [Read More...]