Saturday, June 24, 2017

MONTANA

Source Check: How Montana Television Stations Identify Experts on The Web

Story by Conrad Scheid, photos by Sarah Chaput de Saintonge Even in an era when finding information is often as simple as a Google search,...

Under a Closer Scope

Story by Jacob Baynham, photos by Bess Brownlee On the main street of Stevensville, shouldered between an antique shop and a fabric store, stands a...

TECH

50th Anniversary of Vietnam: Through a Veteran’s Lens

Story by Tera Dittbrenner, photos by Bernie Azure. Bernie Azure an Assiniboine from Montana, volunteered for Vietnam when he was 19 years old. He returned...

About Face: The Other Side of the Story

Story by Alexander Deedy, photos by Elliott Natz There were teepees as far as Kathy Weber could see in every direction. Riding next to John...

ADA Anniversary: How it changed the media landscape

Story by Mark Boatman, photos by Gracie Ryan It Would Be a stretch to say that, over the past 25 years, the Americans with Disabilities...

After Jaffe

By McHugh Pierre For eight years Missoula politicos closely followed city Councilman Bob Jaffe’s much anticipated weekly digest of council and committee meetings. But 2014...

Behind the Curtain

By Brooks Johnson Politically minded Montanns should be excited for 2014 — especially if they prefer not to know the donors behind the impending flood...

Behind the Times

By Dustin Nelson The fact that gay couples can now file federal taxes jointly is not enough to get Ray Davis and Jason Templin to...

Bridging the Gap Between Sports and News

When the NCAA announced they would be investigating the University of Montana, Jayme Fraser, now reporting at the Houston Chronicle, was the editor of...

Defending High School Journalists’ First Amendment Rights

By Iris Olson In three years of working on a high school paper, I have seen enough controversy over stories to make the average student...

A White College Student on Environmental Racism

As I was walking to the Rocky Mountain Power Shift conference, I noticed a sign on the fence outside Jeanette Rankin Hall on the...

Boom Busters: A Look at Law Enforcement

Montana Journalism Review is cranking into full-time work on our print edition, but we’re still taking a bit of time to talk about another...

Boom Busters: Divided as One

It's no secret Montana is divided. Mountains in the west, plains in the east. Hippies in the west, cowboys in the east. Blue counties in the west, Red in the east. It seems like we have two separate states.

How Others Perceive the United States

Stacy Swords Christchurch, New Zealand: What do you think about the 24-hour news networks here? Really, I would have no preference of one American news channel over...

Mehrdad Kia on Foreign Reporting

Bekhi Spika goes behind the scenes of the MJR Magazine.

Montana Editors on Foreign Reporting

"Newspapers credit their lack of foreign news to their readers not wanting the papers to cover it."