Cody Marble — who was exonerated of a 2002 rape conviction earlier this year, but found himself in a cell and back in the courtroom again this summer — will wait at least three more weeks to find out what…
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As if riding a horse to his first day on the job wasn’t Montanan enough, Interior Sec. Ryan Zinke embarked on a mission this week to make his new D.C. digs look more like a western dive bar.…
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The annual Voter Registration Day is Tuesday, September 26, and Missoula County election officials are preparing lots of informational activities to get residents involved in the voting process. Continue reading…
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The Montana Down Syndrome Association will be putting on the Missoula Buddy Walk this Sunday, September 24 at Silver Park between 1:00 and 3:00 p.m. Continue reading…
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Griz Nation must not be familiar with the news adage, "If it bleeds, it leads." After QB Reese Phillips shattered his fibula and dislocated his left foot Saturday against Savannah State, a Missoulian photo drew the social media ire of Griz fans.…
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A Sept. 13 Missoulian guest column endorsing mayoral challenger Lisa Triepke seemed designed to prick nerves. Author Wes Spiker took aim at a dozen Missoula issues—entitled bicyclists, freeloading transients, whiny environmentalists, etc.that he claimed...
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Seth Breedlove's production company, Small Town Monsters, makes documentaries about cryptids, sasquatches and monsters. Whatever you call them, many are variations on Bigfoot.…
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A fight was months in the making. Corey Stapleton, Montana's new secretary of state, had sunk his teeth into voter fraud like a dog with a bone, telling anyone who would listen about the danger posed by illegal ballots cast in the recent special election...
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Last Friday night, anyone looking for the Magic Men male striptease revue at the Dennison Theatre could just follow the screaming. A packed house of women (and at least three men) had the party started long before the show began.…
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Hear it here first Jane Smiley's Pulitzer-winning A Thousand Acres was written more than 25 years ago and takes place in Iowa, yet it feels perfectly relevant to this year's Montana Book Festival.…
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As debate over our nation's legacy of white supremacy continues to roil cities and towns from Charlottesville, Virginia, to Los Angeles, California, Confederate memorials fall like dominos. According to The New York Times, approximately 22 are on the...
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An error by city staff made it appear as though $25 million was surreptitiously added to the budget after the Missoula City Council approved it last month.
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Frenchtown School District Superintendent Randy Cline has had his job for 12 years now, and has sought a dedicated school resource officer the whole while, bringing up the issue each time a new sheriff is elected.
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Even though many of the fires that hit western Montana this summer are dead or dying, teams of people will still be working on the ground right up through November to try to prevent another natural disaster: mudslides Continue reading…
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Add another item to the list of creative enterprises undertaken by Hank Green. The video blogger, science advocate, VidCon co-founder and Missoula resident announced his first novel on Tuesday.
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At Wednesday’s City Council Committee of the Whole, the Missoula City Council will be revising the city budget due to what have been termed ‘inadvertent errors’ made in the original budget that was passed in July. Continue reading…
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9/20/2017
Back in March, nine days into his new post as Interior Department secretary, Ryan Zinke accepted a blessing ceremony from Blackfeet tribal leaders, and heard their request to protect the Badger-Two Medicine area next to their reservation by Glacier...
9/20/2017
Basically what this is saying is that if your radio is loud enough for anyone else to hear and that person finds it annoying, you are creating a nuisance and in that instance you're breaking the law. Continue reading…
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9/19/2017
On Tuesday in Helena, Montana Attorney General Tim Fox released the results of a survey that he and his staff have been preparing for several months about how the state is responding to substance abuse issues. Continue reading…
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9/19/2017
On Sept 2, during opening weekend of archery season, Hellgate Hunters and Anglers president Kit Fischer was camped out with hunting buddies near a block management area, eager to get a jump on some elk. As they milled about camp, Fischer recalls, a...
9/14/2017
Scads of new residential buildings are rising in Missoula, projects with hundreds of new apartments to welcome the city's huddled masses for the right price. But with the county adding 2,150 residents yearly, even a full-fledged building boom may not be...
9/14/2017
In summer 2002, I paddled a canoe out of the mouth of McIntyre Creek and into the north bay of Robinson Lake. The sky had grown choked with stormclouds over the previous hour, and a headwind was kicking up two-foot breakers as far as I could...
9/14/2017
Football season has arrived in Missoula, and with it a litany of enthusiastic Griz coverage from local news outlets. Reporters are writing not only about scores and highlights, but about an industry that's deeply entwined with Missoula's economy and...
9/14/2017
The U.S. Department of Agriculture, which is in charge of the Forest Service as well as several agricultural and food-related research agencies, recently told its staffers to avoid using the term "climate change." The business-as-usual term "weather...
9/14/2017
Over the past few days, a vase of flowers and a photo collage have occupied a table in the bustling seating area at Bernice’s Bakery. They’re there to commemorate Esther Chessin—a mother, community member and former owner of Bernice’s—who died Sept. 5 at...
9/8/2017