TOM BAUER/Missoulian Don Grazier ranched near Dixon and Garrison, raising cow-calf pairs and then steers. He and his second wife, Mary Belle, moved to Ronan seven years ago to be closer to her family. Read more: http://missoulian.com/lifestyles/territory/ronan-sculptor-s-creations-larger-than-life-based-on-real/article_6c79e97c-7524-11e1-9568-0019bb2963f4.html?mode=image=10#ixzz1qATY1s26
Cowboy Pete Sacks, 87, reflects on his career: “I have all these memories of these great things that happened,” he said, his eyes looking toward the sky. “There were all of these wonderful bull riders, calf ropers and bulldoggers that I had a chance to meet and watch. It’s been a great life that I’ve had.” Sacks soon could be named to the Montana Cowboy Hall of Fame.
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Sara Stevenson of Stevenson Angus Ranch in Hobson, MT.