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 [...]
Be sure to tune in to Missoulian.com tonight at 7 for our live chat from the University of Montana-University of Northern Colorado men’s basketball game.
This is the game of the season – so far – for the Griz. Win tonight and you’ve got the lead in the Big Sky.
So you’ll want to hear the play-by-play [...]
The Missoulian’s Griz and Lady Griz basketball beat writers – Bob Meseroll and Bill Speltz – are on the road this morning with photographer Michael Gallacher, en route to Bozeman for Round 2 of this year’s Griz-Cat games.
In addition to the stories, columns and photographs they’ll have for Sunday’s Missoulian and for Missoulian.com later today, [...]
Montana’s Jessa Loman Linford drives towards the basket past University of Great Falls’ Kezia Ford recently at Dahlberg Arena. Photo by LINDA THOMPSON/Missoulian
Drum roll, please! We welcome a new blog to Missoulian.com today: LadyGrizBasketball.com.
Our own Lady Griz beat writer, Bill Speltz, presides over this new blog – your source of insider information, news, photos [...]
The Missoulian newsroom has always enjoyed a friendly relationship with our local television colleagues. They’re competitors, yes, but we also share the same love of our community and craft.
So we are sorry to see KPAX sports director Phil Buck leaving town, albeit we wish him well on his new job as sports producer [...]
The Grizzly basketball team was welcomed home late Thursday with a parade through Missoula. LINDA THOMPSON/Missoulian
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 [...]
With his cruiserweight championship fight against Carlos De Leon in 1980 playing on the big screen behind him, Marvin Camel autographs photographs of himself during his boxing days that he later gave away in between bouts. KURT WILSON/Missoulian
We’ve got an awesome Sunday newspaper coming your way, with stories that will surprise you, tug at [...]