First: This blogpost is not about politics.
Second: Contrary to former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s warning to the standing-room-only crowd at this afternoon’s Teen Challenge fundraiser in Missoula, the media did not “sneak in” to her speech. We were not there as “moles,” in her words.
Third: I only mention this because that sort of talk – [...]
America’s most famous mama grizzly is bound for Griz Nation on Sunday.
Former Alaska Gov. and GOP vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin will speak at a fundraiser in Missoula on Sunday afternoon. The beneficiary of her appearance is Missoula’s Teen Challenge.
And that’s got us here in the newsroom thinking it’ll be fun to see the No. 1 [...]
Missoula County Courthouse, 1910
We’re climbing aboard the Wayback Machine this Sunday, and climbing out in the summer of 1910, as workers put the final touches on the sparkling new Missoula County Courthouse.
The courthouse celebrates its centennial on Monday, so we’re kicking things off with a look back at the building’s lively history by Kim [...]
If you’re out of town, or working, or homebound, this weekend, you can still take part in the Missoula Marathon – virtually.
The Missoulian’s Web coverage of the 2010 marathon begins Saturday morning, when reporter Tristan Scott heads to Caras Park for the runners’ fair and race packet pickup. He’ll be filing reports [...]
It’s Marathon Week in Missoula and here in the Missoulian newsroom we’re ready to run.
You’ll remember that a team of folks from our newsroom won the marathon relay event last year. And we’ve got newsies and newsie children running the full and half-marathons this year, too.
News editor Justin Grigg and cops and courts reporter Tristan [...]
Freestyle kayaking phenom Jason Craig, 16, of Reno, Nev., gets some air during the men’s preliminaries of the U.S. Freestyle Kayaking Championships Wednesday afternoon at Brennan’s Wave in Missoula. Photo by MICHAEL GALLACHER/Missoulian
The night shift had the advantage in the newsroom Wednesday afternoon. They moseyed in with smiling faces and suntans, having just spent [...]
Congratulations are in order this morning to our awesome reporters, photographers and editors!
The Missoulian made an excellent showing in the Montana Newspaper Association’s Better Newspaper Contest, recognizing the state’s best journalism during 2009.
We don’t have the full list of winners yet – I’ll share those with you when they arrive. But we do know the [...]