Month: May 2022

  • 10 Interesting Facts About Rawlins, Wyoming

    10 Interesting Facts About Rawlins, Wyoming

    Facts About Rawlins Rawlins was founded by Civil War General John A. Rawlins in 1882. Rawlins was incorporated in 1886. Rawlins is located in Carbon County at 41°47′25″N 107°14′3″W (41.790397, -107.234297). The city has a total area of 8.28 square miles, of which 8.24 square miles is land and 0.04 square miles is water. The…

  • 10 Interesting Facts About Lander, Wyoming

    10 Interesting Facts About Lander, Wyoming

    Facts About Lander The city is home to spectacular climbing crags and walls and annually hosts the International Climbers Fest. Lander was known as Pushroot, Fort Brown, and Fort Auger prior to its current name. The town was named Lander in honour of General Frederick W. Lander, a famous transcontinental explorer who surveyed the Oregon…

  • 10 Interesting Facts About Torrington, Wyoming

    10 Interesting Facts About Torrington, Wyoming

    Facts About Torrington Torrington was founded and named by W.G. Curtis. Torrington was named after Torrington, Connecticut. Torrington was originally a watering and coaling station. Torrington was officially incorporated in 1908 and became the county seat of the newly formed Goshen County in 1911. The first courthouse was built in 1913. The town now serves…

  • List of Towns in Montana

    List of Towns in Montana

    Montana is the fourth-biggest state by physical size and has the eighth smallest population. Montana is divided into 56 counties and contains 129 incorporated municipalities, which consist of cities and towns. The largest city is Billings with an estimated population of 117,116 and the smallest city is Hobson with a population of 179. The fastest-growing…

  • List of Consolidated City-County in Montana

    List of Consolidated City-County in Montana

    Montana is the fourth-biggest state by physical size and has the eighth smallest population. Montana is divided into 56 counties and contains 129 incorporated municipalities, which consist of cities and towns. Anaconda and Butte are the only two Consolidated City-County in Montana. Butte is the county seat of Silver Bow County, in southwestern Montana, it…

  • List of Cities in Montana

    List of Cities in Montana

    Montana is the fourth-biggest state by physical size and has the eighth smallest population. Montana is divided into 56 counties and contains 129 incorporated municipalities, which consist of cities and towns. The largest city is Billings with an estimated population of 117,116 and the smallest city is Hobson with a population of 179. Bozeman is…

  • 20 Interesting Facts About Missoula

    20 Interesting Facts About Missoula

    Facts About Missoula The city takes its name from the Sakish word “Nemissoolatakoo.” Missoula’s economy centres on lumber and paper milling, dairying, agricultural marketing, tourism, and educational facilities. Jeannette Rankin is from Missoula, she became the first woman in Congress in 1916. The city is at an elevation of 3,209 feet above sea level. Nestled…

  • 20 Interesting Facts About Billings

    20 Interesting Facts About Billings

    Facts About Billings The city is named after Frederick H. Billings, a former president of the Northern Pacific Railroad from Woodstock, Vermont Billings was nicknamed the “Magic City” because of its rapid growth from its founding as a railroad town in March 1882. With one of the largest trade areas in the United States Billings…

  • 10 Interesting Facts About Kalispell

    10 Interesting Facts About Kalispell

    Facts About Kalispell Kalispell was officially incorporated as a city in 1892. The estimated population of Kalispell is 24,558, as of 2020. The elevation of Kalispell is 2,956 feet, above sea level. The city has an area of 11.73 square miles, of which 11.64 square miles is land and 0.09 square miles is water. One…