Felix at the DQ. Photograph by LINDA THOMPSON
Missoulian photographer Linda Thompson saw my earlier blogpost on the Higgins Avenue DQ’s opening tomorrow, and reminded me that we’re not the only ones looking forward to the return of spring and then summer – and trips to the neighborhood ice cream shop.
Pull into the DQ parking [...]
There it is, on Higgins Avenue this very afternoon.
The most certain, and welcomed, sign of spring in my neighborhood: 1 day until Dairy Queen reopens after its wintertime hibernation.
The sun is shining. The chickadees are flitting about in the backyard. The snow is melting, although not so much the ice. But there is time, and [...]
Photograph by KURT WILSON/Missoulian
Recognize that pothole in the shot Missoulian photography editor Kurt Wilson took this morning?
Have a favorite pothole of your own?
Turns out, it’s a TERRIBLE year for potholes in Missoula. Keila Szpaller has the explanation in tomorrow’s Missoulian.
In the meantime, just for fun – and to brighten our overly gray days of [...]
Superhero Hayden Bosshardt bestows a homemade flower on Flor-Haven resident Jennifer Deutsch. “It’s lovely. Thank you,” said Deutsch, which is the only reward a superhero needs. Photo by MICHAEL GALLACHER/Missoulian
In editing stories for Sunday’s newspaper this afternoon, I came across a quote from a gentleman – the subject of our Sunday Territory feature – [...]
I am pleased to announce that we have a new reporter on the business beat at the Missoulian: Jenna Cederberg.
Jenna is a graduate of Missoula Sentinel High School and Washington State University, and is a former editor of the Lake County Leader in Polson. She’s worked at the Missoulian for a while now as an [...]
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks wardens, with an assist by NorthWestern Energy crews, catch a black bear as it falls from a tree in downtown Missoula. The resulting photo was photography editor Kurt Wilson’s favorite of 2010. KURT WILSON/Missoulian
Growing up, my family had one never-to-be-broken New Year’s Day tradition.
For good luck.
Pass up the [...]
Happy Thanksgiving to all our families, friends and neighbors here in western Montana and beyond! All of us at the Missoulian wish all of you a happy and healthy holiday.
I just finished shoveling the loveliest inch or so of fresh powder off the sidewalk. And yes, I’m thankful today for the snow and cold – [...]
It’s one of the great things about being a newspaper reporter: the unexpected.
Which is how Missoulian reporter Gwen Florio found herself snapping this photo of Gov. Brian Schweitzer this afternoon, alongside a couple of trick-or-treating local high school kids.
The governor was doing a little door-to-door campaigning in the Rattlesnake when he was ambushed first by [...]