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No Place to Hide

Story by Brett Berntsen Through a dead-bolted door, in an office space charged with humming wires and heated plastic, a team of techies gathers. Their...
The Hit List

The Hit List: Top 10 Stories We Want Reported in 2014

1. A growing concern How is climate change affecting agriculture, a $2.8 billion industry in Montana? 2. Kids won’t be kids Does Montana’s lack of social events...
Game Camera featured

Spying on Wildlife

By Alison Perkins While civil rights advocates fight government spying in Washington, D.C., Montana is cracking down on snooping that occurs on our public lands. Placed...
Kurt Wilson featured

Capturing the Moment

By Hunter D'Antuono Whether he's tracking a wildfire up a mountain or walking the streets of his hometown, Kurt Wilson, takes shots that amaze. While...
Code Academy

The Code Academy Challenge

By Bjorn Bergeson Jonathan Paxson, head of the computer science department at Montana State University (MSU), has no doubt that computer-driven curricula, especially cyber security,...
Letter From The Editors

Letter from the Editors

Dear readers, You are being watched. Edward Snowden told the world exactly that in June of 2013, as he sat in front of The Guardian’s camera. Just...
Last Bes tLaw

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...
Billings Sex offendors screen shot featured

Gaps on the Map

By Tom Kuglin In an effort to make its sexual and violent offender registry more accessible to the public, the Montana Department of Justice (DOJ)...
Plummers Gold featured

Towner’s Gold

By Allison Mills Rocks and dirt crash down the wash plant’s spinning metal tube, blasted by streams of water. A muddy wave tumbles down...
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....

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...

WSJ Reporter Aids Missoulian in Requesting University of Montana’s Information

By Clem Work There were so many emails that the closest estimate is “thousands.” When the president of the University of Montana, the vice president for...