We want to hear about your Easter egg hunt.
But we’d also be happy to hear about your spring celebration, too, as long as it’s an event that happens over the Easter weekend.
So if you’re putting on some sort of event the public is invited to, please send your information to firstname.lastname@example.org in the next couple [...]
We are honored to have been chosen as the backdrop for three couples’ pre-prom photo last night, as two Missoula high schools held their spring formals.
A reader e-mailed us this photo taken on the lawn in front of our building as the couples headed to dinner.
Problem is, they didn’t send along the cutline info – [...]
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 [...]
One of our biggest community service projects of the year – our Uncover Missoula publication – is under way.
That’s the Missoulian’s booklet that provides local residents with a variety of information about Missoula, including nonprofits, clubs, health resources, schools and more.
I know lots of folks who keep it with their essential references all year through [...]
I need your help. The Missoulian wants to nominate someone – or a group of “someones” – as a “local hero” of open government and public access for the annual recognition sponsored by the American Society of News Editors during Sunshine Week.
Please send me your nominations and contact information, either by replying to this [...]
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 – [...]
Last week, we added a new daily feature to the Ravalli Republic’s print edition: a half-page, full-color weather report.
It’s a nice meaty “extra” for readers in the Bitterroot Valley, but there’s one thing missing: We need weather drawings from Ravalli County kids to fill one remaining spot on the page.
The daily weather drawing is a [...]