Photograph by KURT WILSON/Missoulian
Recognize that pothole in the shot Missoulian photography editor Kurt Wilson took this morning?
Have a favorite pothole of your own?
Turns out, it’s a TERRIBLE year for potholes in Missoula. Keila Szpaller has the explanation in tomorrow’s Missoulian.
In the meantime, just for fun – and to brighten our overly gray days of [...]
The fright’s on at 1715 Stoddard St. in Missoula. JUSTIN GRIGG/Missoulian
Did you hear that? That scream from the backyard? And what’s that? A blood bath in the next-door neighbor’s garage?
News editor Justin Grigg took a drive around town yesterday afternoon and got the daylights scared out of him. Something witchy’s in the air [...]
Missoulian reporter Tristan Scott, former assistant news editor Jenn Sauer, news editor Justin Grigg
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 [...]
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 [...]
Credit Missoulian news editor Justin Grigg for this find, on Twitter, which he christened “The Best Headline Ever.”
Coming Thursday to the Missoulian’s Outdoors section: the return of our Wildflower Walks column for the 2010 bloom!
News editor Justin Grigg, an avid wildflower watcher, hiker and photographer, does the honors as writer/photographer for the weekly column. He also presides over our seasonal blog, WildflowerWalks.com.
His print-edition column will run each Thursday, and will take readers [...]
One of many welcome signs of spring in Missoula – and the Missoulian newsroom – is the return of news editor Justin Grigg’s blog, WildflowerWalks.com.
Justin is an inveterate hiker, runner, photographer and wildflower watcher. His blog has an avid following among western Montana’s hikers, and many share their own sightings as the weather warms and [...]
Mariah, sixth grade, West Glacier, first place.
Children see things more clearly. And express what they see more clearly. They don’t “spin” things, don’t hesitate showing and telling what is real.
And so it’s only right that, as part of its centennial celebration, Glacier National Park turned to schoolchildren to produce postcards of the park and [...]
Today’s shoutout goes to all those reporters still dedicated to boot-leather journalism: interviewing sources eye-to-eye, really talking to folks before quoting them in the newspaper, getting out and about to know a community and its stories.
I couldn’t help but notice the chasm between the kind of journalism noted in Chuck Johnson’s column in Sunday’s Missoulian [...]