Photograph by TOM BAUER/Missoulian
A shout-out this morning to longtime Missoulian photographer Tom Bauer for his excellent photograph of a Missoula firefighter resuscitating a kitten trapped in a burning house earlier this week.
I’ve said here before how much I appreciate and admire the incredibly talented photographers on our staff at the Missoulian. Their work is [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
Bison in a Bitterroot Valley blizzard. PERRY BACKUS/Ravalli Republic
Congratulations to Ravalli Republic reporter Perry Backus, whose photograph of bison caked in snow after a Bitterroot Valley whiteout was selected by the Boston Globe for a recent slideshow of 39 scenes from around the world heralding the arrival of winter in the Northern Hemisphere.
Photographs of [...]
Peace sign on Missoula’s South Hills. KURT WILSON/Missoulian
Every year, the Missoulian delivers our Christmas card to readers on the front page of our Dec. 25 edition. Photography editor Kurt Wilson, who initiated the tradition years ago, chooses a scene from somewhere in western Montana – a quiet moment from the holidays – and it [...]
Ann Williamson/Topeka Capital-Journal
Feast your eyes on these icons of Christmas, poinsettia plants, photographed by former Missoulian photography intern and Big Sky High and University of Montana grad Ann Williamson.
These days, Ann is a photographer for the Capital-Journal in Topeka, Kansas. Which is where – online – I found this slideshow of poinsettias in all [...]
Temperature around 5 degrees causes fog to roll off Flathead Lake this morning enveloping the islands in Somers Bay. KURT WILSON/Missoulian
The good news? Looks like we’re going to have a “real” winter here in western Montana this year: lots of snow and cold! And that means lots of days out-of-doors enjoying the snowy mountains [...]
Michael Jamison, left, and Kurt Wilson have won a Lee President’s Award for their series of stories on the centennial of Glacier National Park.
Missoulian photography editor Kurt Wilson and former Missoulian reporter Michael Jamison have been awarded a Lee Enterprises President’s Award for their spectacular monthly series of stories on Glacier National Park in [...]
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 [...]