All sorts of incredible, and sometimes bizarre and sometimes hilarious, things motivated runners in Sunday’s Missoula Marathon and Half-Marathon.
My daughter loved the Chuck Norris jokes posted on signs along the route.
Neither she nor I realized those were the handiwork of Jenn [...]
If you’ve seen it on the Jumbotron at Griz football games, you know the University of Montana’s “Griz Tunnel Run” video is awesome.
Now, the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators has made it official, awarding the promotional video a silver award at its yearly meeting.
Here’s the news release from UM:
The University [...]
“This is how I spell ’spelling bee,’ “ an assistant news editor proclaimed early Saturday afternoon. “B-O-R-I-N-G.”
But alas, he spoke too soon.
By the last round [...]
Raise your hand if you want to brag about your kids or grandkids. Knew it!
The Missoulian has just the deal for all of you with the hands waving: our new youth sports page, coming each Tuesday to the Sports section beginning March 30.
This new feature is basically a full page of photos – from you! [...]
We’re a little mad here in the Missoulian newsroom, because – in case you haven’t noticed – it’s March. And that means high school basketball tournaments and the Griz and Lady Griz vying for a whirl around the floor [...]
I’m proud to announce that Missoulian reporter Chelsi Moy and photography editor Kurt Wilson have won first place in the 2009 National Awards for Education Reporting, [...]
Some of my favorite memories of my children’s growing-up years were made in the grandstands at hundreds of Little League, Y basketball, Y soccer, and sports camp games.
I’ll never forget the year my daughter’s first-grade soccer team scored only one goal – but what a goal! They were so far behind in the game, but [...]
I’m tardy in writing this note, but didn’t want February to end without congratulating the winners of the 2010 Missoula County Spelling Bee.
Lolo fifth-grader Sam Person won the county bee this year, no small feat for a first-time [...]
The next time someone says journalism or newspapers or writing/reporting/interviewing/editing are things of the past, send them down to the end of my street to the little outbuilding of Sentinel High School where the Konah is produced.
Better yet, send them online to this video produced by the Konah staff. It’s funny and smart and [...]