Sunday, November 19, 2017
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High School Newspaper Makes Comeback of the Year

When the Hawk Tawk is in session, a dozen or more students cram into their small newsroom on the second floor of Bozeman High....
New vegetation fills an old burn area from the Trapper Fire in 2003. (Jake Green)

How Journalists Fan the Flames of Wildfire in the West

Firefighters often talk about the incomparable beauty of a forest burning at night. Fire fascinates. Its flicker in a campsite has always been mesmerizing....

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...

Three On a Match: Q&A with Andy Smetanka

Interview by Rob Truax, photos by Louise Johns. It’s been three years since Missoula animator Andy Smetanka started on his most ambitious project to date,...

Media Lockstep

Video by Gracie Ryan Three journalists juggle cameras, notebooks, audio equipment and iPhones on a typical, hectic workday. They reflect on the evolving world of...

Shutter Luck

Story by Nicky Ouellet Kyle Massick barely believed his eyes when he spotted the planes in the river. Resting on the steep embankment of the...
A picture of photographer, Tom Robertson, taking pictures of bicyclists.

Digital to Darkroom: Why Some Photographers Are Going Back To Film

Story and photos by Elliott Natz Pulling out his camera, Tom Robertson prepared for the next biker to come around the corner. He only had...
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...
Ashley Mckee Featured

One Frame Every Day

By Hunter D'Antuono When they were kids, Shasta and Shawna, now 23, had that secret, made-up twin language we all secretly wished we had with...
Making the Cut featured

Making the Cut

By Matt Hudson When word comes down the line that one-fifth of a newsroom has to be cut, keeping a poker face in front of...

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...

School of Journalism 100 Years Later

By Clancy Crismore The first dean of the University of Montana’s journalism school, Arthur L. Stone, borrowed tents from Fort Missoula and pitched them on...