Attention, high school seniors. The Missoulian is looking for eye-catching artwork to feature on the cover and inside of its June 4 graduation special section. All entries meeting the following requirements will be considered, and the artist selected for the cover will receive $50.
* Artist must be a graduating senior at [...]
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 [...]
The University of Montana School of Journalism has announced its Dean Stone lecturer for 2011: Judy Woodruff.
Here’s the details on her talk, courtesy of a news release from the U:
Award-winning television journalist Judy Woodruff has covered politics and other news for more than three decades at CNN, NBC and PBS. She will bring that insight [...]
Are you a C-SPAN watcher?
I’ll admit, I pause when “channel surfing” and find that C-SPAN is airing the ever-rowdy “Prime Minister’s Moments” from British Parliament.
Of course, most of the cable channel’s programming is from the U.S. Congress, which while rowdy can’t hold a candle to the Brits.
On Wednesday, Missoula will be paid a visit from [...]
A great new blog debuted this afternoon on Missoulian.com – “Tennis Talk” – presided over by the Missoulian’s own Bill Speltz.
Bill is a fan, a player, a father of stellar tennis players and – of course – a sportswriter for the Missoulian.
His new blog will provide regular installments on all things tennis, from youth, high [...]
Eighth-grader Claire Hinther reacts to winning the Missoula County Spelling Bee at Hellgate Elementary. Hinther competes in the state spelling bee in Billings Saturday. Photo by TOM BAUER/Missoulian
One of the many pleasures of being editor of the Missoulian is taking part, in a small way, in the Missoula County Spelling Bee each year. Several [...]
The Missoulian is compiling a list of summer camps – both day camps and residential – planned in western Montana this summer.
If you own or manage a camp and want to be included in the listing, please send the name of the camp, dates, a brief description of the camp, price, how to apply or [...]
Marcus Brauchli, executive editor of the Washington Post, will be in Missoula Friday night to talk about journalism, its “discontents” – and the future.
His presentation – at 7 p.m. Friday in the Music Recital Hall at the University of Montana – is free and open to the public. It is the third installment of the [...]