Voices of Montana

Rural Montana Live: Taking A Look At Life On The Sawmill & A National Indian Rodeo Finalist

Voices of Montana
Voices of Montana
Rural Montana Live: Taking A Look At Life On The Sawmill & A National Indian Rodeo Finalist
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“Work is good for the soul,” says Ralph Quilling from Eureka, where he’s spent the past 60 years running the family’s sawmill. He’s a former member of Lincoln Electric Cooperative and a feature guest in the January edition of the Montana Electric Cooperatives’ Association’s Rural Montana magazine.

Another is Glacier Electric Cooperative Inc.’s Terry Tatsey, who just competed in the Indian National Finals Rodeo.

Click to hear Tom and Rural Montana editor Ryan Hall talk with Ralph and Terry about their adventures in the woods and on the rodeo circuit.

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