Kudos to the Associated Press, for appointing a D.C.-based editor to coodinate coverage between reporters on Capitol Hill and reporters in the rest of the country.
In the past year or so, the AP has really kicked it up a notch – making needed changes and enhancing coverage at bureaus all across the country.
The AP’s Helena [...]
ConocoPhillips’ 300-ton coke drums are shown at the Port of Lewiston, Idaho, earlier this year. Photo by LINDA THOMPSON/Missoulian
Here at MissoulaEditor.com, we’re borrowing – OK, stealing – from our friend and colleague Gwen Florio this morning.
Florio’s blog, CopsandCourts.com has a great daily feature: “Cops and Courts Quote of the Day.” And there’s been no [...]
The Montana delegation of the 2nd American Expeditionary Forces joins a parade in Paris, France, in 1927, marking 10 years since the declaration of World War I.
We devote countless hours each week to producing a great Sunday newspaper, the centerpieces of which run on our front page, on the cover of [...]
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 [...]
I am honored and humbled to bring you news of the four women journalists who received the International Women’s Media Foundation’s “Courage in Journalism Award” on Tuesday.
They have faced obstacles that I can’t even imagine. Their courage is real. Their stories are an inspiration; I am thankful for their sacrifices and their work.
Here is the [...]
One of the great programs at the University of Montana’s School of Journalism brings a visiting lecturer to campus each fall to teach a class, mentor Kaimin reporters and deliver the T. Anthony Pollner Lecture.
This year, that honor goes to Washington Post reporter Eli Saslow. His lecture is this coming Monday.
Here’s the info, as provided [...]
Nothing gets a conversation going in Missoula these days like asking about the state of education – and the cost of education – at the University of Montana. Or at other colleges and universities in Montana.
And the banter will only get hotter as the 2011 Montana Legislature grows closer.
So the Missoulian and its sister newspapers [...]
The Columbia Falls newspaper took note with Joe Cosley first came to town in March 1910.
Years ago, while writing a story on the annual hike hosted by the superintendents of Glacier and Waterton national parks, I camped overnight at Elizabeth Lake.
It was, truly, the most beautiful backcountry lake I have ever visited, surrounded by [...]