Monday, January 22, 2018
John Munsell featured

The Grind

By Tom Lutey If there's E. coli in your hamburger, there are feces in your meat, plain and simple, which is about all Miles City...

Life Changers: Tyler Hamilton’s Ride on the Front Page

Story by Michael Wright, photos by Ashley Stidham Seventeen years ago, the Festina cycling team was booted from the Tour de France after its coach...

Culling in the Capital

By Masaki Nakagawa First light has yet to peek over the top of Mount Helena as Mark Lerum, reserve officer for the Helena Police, pulls...

Missoula Sexual Assaults Spur Controversial Media Coverage

By Ashley Nerbovig In a side room of the Missoula County Courthouse, Gwen Florio snacked on apples and scrolled through her news feed. A cops-and-courts...

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...
Expanding The Wild

Expanding the Wild

By Dave Stalling Congressional stalemates have held up legislation for years that could create the first new wilderness designations Montana has seen in a generation....

Year in Review: Sherry Arnold and Bakken Boom

North Dakota’s McDonald’s jobs start at $11 per hour By Jackson Bolstad In our last issue, “Boom: Reporting on natural resources in Montana,” we debunked the...
Hank Green featured

Hank Green’s YouTube Success

Story by Hank Green, illustration by James A. Rolph Before YouTube paid his bills, before he planned internationally attended conferences — before he had fans...

Transients of the Digital Age

Story by Bjorn Bergeson, photos by Elliott Natz. Sanjay Talwani packs a video camera and a tripod into the back of his company SUV, pulls out...

Explosive Real Estate

By Kellen Beck A light layer of snow blankets the North Helena Valley, covering old mortar pieces hidden in long pasture grass. Spent 105 mm...

Standing Rock: Native journalists torn between passion and neutrality

Story by Jason Begay, photos by Olivia Vanni See more of MJR's Standing Rock Coverage with this interactive web documentary. Even if it weren’t for that...

The Last Best Law

By James C. Nelson Montana’s 1972 Constitution uniquely provides the state’s citizens with the right to be left alone, says retired State Supreme Court Justice...