Larry’s Hungry Horse News column this week remembers Scott Emmerich. Fond remembrance of Emmerich Scott Emmerich was one of the finest people I have ever known. Like most North Forkers, I first met him in his capacity as Polebridge Subdistrict Ranger. He was a marvel. In part he was like the old time rangers.
Zell’s Cafe Zell’s is a nice, old school corner cafe with red linoleum floors, pendant globe lighting, and a semi-finished ceiling with some ductage just to fit in. The cream colored walls are pleasant, but the main attraction is a huge wood-framed antique mirror behind the pretty tiled bar (no backs for the bar stools,… Read More »
Final Wild and Scenic Rivers plan meeting is Wednesday Among designated Wild and Scenic Rivers in the United States, the three forks of the Flathead River offer especially remarkable wildness, scenery and recreational opportunities, according to the federal agencies who are among its stewards. On Oct. 12, 1976, a total of 219 miles of the… Read More »
Man Survives Grizzly Bear Attack in Montana Wilderness – Flathead Beacon HELENA – A grizzly bear attacked an elk hunter who surprised the sow and her cub north of Yellowstone National Park, with the bear sinking her teeth into his arm and clawing his eye before another hunter drove her off, the victim recounted Monday.
Cabins in the Woods – Flathead Beacon T he dusty dirt trail heading east out of Holland Lake, over Gordon Pass and down to Big Prairie leads back in time, to the days of tough old forest rangers, plucky packers and a world without ease.