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click to enlarge A doe and her fawn groom one another in the Lower Rattlesnake on a warm August afternoon. - PHOTO BY CHAD HARDER
  • Photo by Chad Harder
  • A doe and her fawn groom one another in the Lower Rattlesnake on a warm August afternoon.


click to enlarge Indy writer Alex Sakariassen attempted to prove how easy it is to hitchhike out of Missoula. Turned out it isn’t. After three hours of failed thumbing on the Interstate 90 ramp on North Orange Street, Sakariassen yielded to reality and declared his trip to Frenchtown a failure. - PHOTO BY ELIZABETH COSTIGAN
  • Photo by Elizabeth Costigan
  • Indy writer Alex Sakariassen attempted to prove how easy it is to hitchhike out of Missoula. Turned out it isn’t. After three hours of failed thumbing on the Interstate 90 ramp on North Orange Street, Sakariassen yielded to reality and declared his trip to Frenchtown a failure.


click to enlarge University of Montana student Daniel Thew, 19, drew rowdy cheers as well as police attention and UM disciplinary action for streaking naked before more than 25,000 football fans at Washington-Grizzly Stadium Sept. 10. - PHOTO BY CHAD HARDER
  • Photo by Chad Harder
  • University of Montana student Daniel Thew, 19, drew rowdy cheers as well as police attention and UM disciplinary action for streaking naked before more than 25,000 football fans at Washington-Grizzly Stadium Sept. 10.


click to enlarge The Pride Foundation hosts a drag show at the Fox Club in September. Drag kings, or women who impersonate men, are gaining popularity across the nation and changing the way people think about gender. - PHOTO BY CHAD HARDER
  • Photo by Chad Harder
  • The Pride Foundation hosts a drag show at the Fox Club in September. Drag kings, or women who impersonate men, are gaining popularity across the nation and changing the way people think about gender.


click to enlarge Children crowd around a crayfish caught by Matt Hauser (left) in Silver’s Lagoon. It was the first catch of the day at a Parks and Rec “Adventure Fishing Camp” in August. - PHOTO BY CHAD HARDER
  • Photo by Chad Harder
  • Children crowd around a crayfish caught by Matt Hauser (left) in Silver’s Lagoon. It was the first catch of the day at a Parks and Rec “Adventure Fishing Camp” in August.


click to enlarge After Sen. Jon Tester successfully attached a wolf-delisting rider to a must-pass budget bill this spring, the hunt was back on in Montana, with an overall quota of 220 wolves. Some districts filled their quotas before the Dec. 31 deadline. Others, like the Bitterroot Valley, didn’t, prompting Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks to extend the season into late January. - PHOTO BY STEELE WILLIAMS
  • Photo by Steele Williams
  • After Sen. Jon Tester successfully attached a wolf-delisting rider to a must-pass budget bill this spring, the hunt was back on in Montana, with an overall quota of 220 wolves. Some districts filled their quotas before the Dec. 31 deadline. Others, like the Bitterroot Valley, didn’t, prompting Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks to extend the season into late January.


click to enlarge Linemen with NorthWestern Power reconfigure electrical lines near the University of Montana as part of a road project improving vehicle and pedestrian flow on Highway 12. - PHOTO BY CHAD HARDER
  • Photo by Chad Harder
  • Linemen with NorthWestern Power reconfigure electrical lines near the University of Montana as part of a road project improving vehicle and pedestrian flow on Highway 12.
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