On Saturday,Phase 1 of the new Fort Missoula Regional Park will official debut, but the media got a sneak preview on Monday afternoon with Donna Gaukler with Missoula Parks and Recreation. Continue reading…
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Hundreds of scientists, students and researchers gathered in Caras Park for the Missoula Science March Saturday, while thousands rallied and marched for the same cause in more than 600 cities around the world. The massive Earth Day gatherings across...
4/23/2017
As Spencer Lachman gave his group of volunteers a few last-minute safety tips, he passed around several plastic gloves and bags that would be used to help clean trash from the shores of the Clark Fork River and surrounding areas…
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4/23/2017
I would think with our quality of life and our outdoors lifestyles that we wouldn't be as stressed but I guess we are. Check out some of this data on Montana and stress. Continue reading…
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4/22/2017
Two of Missoula's favored passions, art and outdoor recreation, dovetailed on Friday with the opening of downtown's new Missoula Art Park and a bicycle-themed exhibition of sculptures.
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4/22/2017
Unfortunately, Missoula’s pristine rivers are sometimes treated as a garbage can by the thousands of people who recreate on or near them every year. From hub caps to Styrofoam, river cleanup efforts net literally tons of trash every year. That’s…
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4/20/2017
Big changes are afoot at Lee Enterprises. The struggling media conglomerate, which owns 49 daily newspapers including the Missoulian, got a second chance at life last week when it purchased the Independent.…
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4/20/2017
San Francisco is suing over President Donald Trump's executive order against "sanctuary cities." A federal court began hearing arguments April 14, and a decision is expected soon after.…
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4/20/2017
Last year, two major photography schools abruptly closed their doors: the Hallmark Institute of Photography in Turner Falls, Mass., folded under scandal a few years after the owner pleaded guilty to charges of bank fraud and tax evasion. The Brooks...
4/20/2017
OMG, are you OK? We've received chocolates from a former Lee employee (thank you kindly), been treated to two cases of KettleHouse beer by a former contributor and longtime supporter (bless you, friend), gotten awkward hugs from near-strangers on the...
4/20/2017
The Missoula Independent's street-facing sign was turned into a punchline over the weekend. Making a joke that Indy staffers have heard repeatedly since the paper was acquired by Lee Enterprises last Thursday, someone spray painted over the...
4/17/2017
“You’ve got the only two things that really get me,” Eagles of Death Metal frontman Jesse Hughes confessed to a fan in the front row after she tossed a bra, presumably hers, into his arms about 10 minutes into the band's set.…
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4/16/2017
If you're reading this, you've probably already heard the news: Lee Enterprises, owner of the Missoulian, has purchased the Missoula Independent, effective today. This is not a delayed April Fools joke, and it is not a cut-and-paste error from...
4/13/2017
April 21 marks the Missoula Art Park's grand opening at the intersection of Pattee and Pine. The Art Park, a longtime project of the Missoula Art Museum, will offer downtown visitors a scenic plaza in which to view art installations.…
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4/13/2017
Late last month, before President Donald Trump ordered an about-face on federal climate change policies, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke had a few minutes to speak to a gathering of members of Congress and industry executives. Encapsulating the Trump...
4/13/2017
Two-thirds of Montana college and university graduates end up leaving the state to find work elsewhere, according to the University of Montana's Bureau of Business and Economic Research. And while the state's employment rate is high, Montanans don't...
4/13/2017
We live in a time where we are heading toward a world without wildlife. We have a voice and a vote, yet we elect people who support the destruction of what makes our planet livable.…
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4/13/2017
Those who know me know that I am a staunch defender of the rights of the unborn. Fetuses, zygotes, eggs that still have the tail of a sperm sticking out of them—these are all people, just like you and me, and I love them and want to protect their...
4/13/2017
This week, Montana finally got the answer to a question its election-weary masses have been begrudgingly mulling for a while: Who among the Republican ranks will take on Sen. Jon Tester in 2018? State Sen. Albert Olszewski announced his candidacy on...
4/13/2017
When state Rep. Derek Skees' bill to eliminate the Office of Political Practices was tabled in committee late last month, it looked like the state's campaign-law enforcement agency might escape the 2017 Legislature unscathed. Then Senate Bill 368 stormed...
4/13/2017