Congratulations to our colleagues at Montana Public Radio, who raised a record $591,000 during their spring fundraising drive – which ended Sunday with the ever-popular, ever-rambunctious “Pet Wars.” (My church always donates money in honor of our mostly legendary “church mouse.”)
Here’s the good news, as provided by Montana Public Radio and the University of Montana:
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 [...]
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 – [...]
Felix at the DQ. Photograph by LINDA THOMPSON
Missoulian photographer Linda Thompson saw my earlier blogpost on the Higgins Avenue DQ’s opening tomorrow, and reminded me that we’re not the only ones looking forward to the return of spring and then summer – and trips to the neighborhood ice cream shop.
Pull into the DQ parking [...]
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 [...]
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 – [...]
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 [...]