A hearty welcome back to western Montana to the new publisher of the Kalispell Daily Inter Lake, Rick Weaver.
The Associated Press announced Weaver’s return to his hometown in a story this morning. Here’s what they had to say:
NAMPA, Idaho (AP) – Idaho Press-Tribune Publisher Rick Weaver is leaving the Nampa paper to serve as publisher [...]
The March edition of Western Montana InBusiness is on newsstands all around the region. It’s important reading, it’s free, and you won’t want to miss out.
Missoulian business reporter Betsy Cohen and graphics editor Ken Barnedt lead off the edition with a look at the economic impact of special events on local economies. Missoula, which [...]
Here’s the latest East Coast trend WE DON’T WANT TO ADOPT here in Montana.
In New York City last week, the owner and chef at JoeDoe restaurant, complained – by way of Twitter – that fish from a local supplier had not arrived during the latest big snowstorm.
By the next morning, the fish guy had called [...]
Here are a couple of J-industry news items I thought you’d want to read:
In Boise this past week for a lecture, Washington Post reporter Steve Fainaru was bullish on the future of newspapers, journalism and investigative reporting.
“The media landscape is obviously changing in huge ways, and it’s hard to know how it will continue to [...]
Congratulations to our friends at Montana Public Radio. The Missoula-based station has a new, live online stream at http://www.mtpr.org.
Here’s what program director Michael Marsolek says of the feature: “The new stream gives listeners, both near and far, a way to access the unique programs we have on Montana Public Radio. For example, we’ve gotten requests [...]
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal leaves the airport after greeting the New Orleans Saints upon their return from the Super Bowl, Monday, Feb. 8, 2010, in Kenner, La. The Saints defeated the Indianapolis Colts 31-17 on Sunday in the NFL football Super Bowl, for the first championship in franchise history. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
I love this [...]
The Missoulian has a new, free offering for our readers – text alerts of breaking news stories, weather forecasts and sports scores.
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We’d also like to know what other [...]