Wednesday, November 22, 2017
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Cannabis coverage lights up newsrooms in Colorado and Oregon

In 2013, two years before Oregon legalized the recreational use of marijuana, Portland’s Pulitzer Prize-winning alternative weekly newspaper, The Willamette Week, hired its first...

Charging for Obituaries on the Rise in Montana Papers

As if paying for a funeral wasn’t expensive enough, small-­town obituaries now have a price tag to boot. The trend of small papers charging for...

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...
Mark Boatman, ADA Anniversary

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...
Dry Needling featured

Under the Needle

By Kevin Dupzyk Roger DiBrito suffers from pain in his neck and shoulders and a severe fear of needles. He and his wife, Sharon, regularly...
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...
HIPAA

Working Around HIPAA

By Nate Hegyi Hospitals may view their primary role as helping those injured or sick, but regulations aimed at protecting patient privacy also create significant...

Local Food, Local People: Q&A with Emily Wendler

By Megan Petersen, photos by Mandy Tippett Montana graduate student Emily Wendler spent four weeks with a family struggling to eat all local, only to...

Underreported Issues by the American Media

As the presence of American correspondents in foreign countries dwindles, important issues are being underreported or not covered at all.

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...

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...