Paul Lachapelle is an Associate Professor in the Department of Political Science at Montana State University-Bozeman and serves as the Extension Community Development Specialist. Working in partnership with the Local Government Center, his responsibilities involve providing research, technical assistance, and training on various community development topics in communities across the state. Specifically, he provides resources and programs in many areas including community strategic visioning, local governance, and leadership development training.
Dr. John Heetderts recalls his Montana childhood, Bozeman in the 1930s, and his wonderful father.
Bernice Herman, 103 years old, shares homesteading stories and a very memorable fishing story
BETTY COLLINS, JANET RICE, AND DOROTHY TAYLOR SHARE THEIR EXPERIENCES AS SISTERS GROWING UP IN BROADUS, MONTANA
KEN JOHNSTONE SHARES HIS LIFE IN BROADUS MONTANA
Ray Campeau shares childhood memories of the multicultural Butte community
TED SMITH TALKS ABOUT GROWING UP IN BROADUS, MONTANA
CHARLES CARTER TALKS ABOUT HIS LIFE IN BROADUS, MONTANA
MARY SCHAFFER SHARES HER LIFE IN BROADUS, MONTANA
NORM TURNBOUGH RECALLS HIS JOURNEY FROM MISSOURI TO BROADUS, MONTANA
Larry Hops shares stories of his parents, skiing, an encounter with a bear, and life in Montana
Bear Dan McKinney shares stories of life in the West, his move to Montana, and fly fishing.
CONNIE AND JESSE BARNHART SHARE THE STORY OF THEIR SON'S ACCIDENT IN BROADUS, MONTANA: "(OFFICER) JEFF SORENSEN ... IS OUR ANGEL."
VIRGINIA LEE ROBINSON TALKS ABOUT HER LIFE IN BROADUS, MONTANA
VERA CLEMENTS DETAILS HER LIFE IN BROADUS
ANNE AMSDEN TALKS ABOUT HER LIFE IN BROADUS
Jean Hough discusses her life