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Jargon Therapy: Intent of Action

People can talk themselves silly about taking action against global warming. Is this type of “action” ever a waste of time? Action was a buzzword...

Sidney 2.0: Dancing with Roughnecks and Other Thanks Yous

When in Sidney, do as the Sidneysiders do. Should you venture into eastern Montana oil country, don’t leave without completing the following: Walk into a solitary...

Jargon Therapy: Power Shift Players Give Their Two Cents

Sometimes succinct, poignant and creative messages draw the strongest results. These mini-novels were written by young people learning about climate change at this year's Rocky Mountain...

Sidney 2.0: A Stranger’s Take on Sherry Arnold

It’s been 43 days since two men from Colorado allegedly drove through Sidney while smoking crack cocaine. They had one mission in mind—kill a...

Sidney 2.0: ‘Fear and Loathing’ in Montana

Mike, Amy and Dameon arrive in Sidney after nine and a half hours of driving. Amy documents her first day in the furthest east she's ever been in Montana. Photos by Mike and Dameon.

Sidney 2.0: The Town I Never Heard Of

As I type this post, I’m bouncing through turbulence on an airplane taking me 1,000 miles in the opposite direction from where I need to...

Montana Editors on Foreign Reporting

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

Mehrdad Kia on Foreign Reporting

Bekhi Spika goes behind the scenes of the MJR Magazine.

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...

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...