Monday, August 8, 2022

The Bouldering Boom of Western Montana

By Zeno Wicks The Bitterroot Mountains on the border of Montana and Idaho have been a longtime secret of western climbers. Since 1970, hundreds of long...

Hungry Horse News Strives to Keep Community Close

By Megan Petersen In 1965, Mel Ruder won a Pulitzer Prize for his almost-solo coverage of a 500-year flood in the small town of Columbia...

Bridging the Gap Between Sports and News

When the NCAA announced they would be investigating the University of Montana, Jayme Fraser, now reporting at the Houston Chronicle, was the editor of...

Jordan Johnson Trial

By Billie Loewen Weeks after the Feb. 4 incident, Diane Barz, the former state Supreme Court Justice hired by UM to investigate sexual assault cases,...

Graphic: Montana’s gun ownership statistics

By Callan Berry and James Rolph

Montana Gets Its Reality TV Closeup

By Dustin Nelson From dates under the big sky with “The Bachelor" to a restaurant makeover at the Rising Sun Bistro in Kalispell, Montana made a...

Looking In From Afar

Katie J.M. Baker, a staff writer for Jezebel.com (tagline: Celebrity, sex, fashion for women), traveled to Missoula to examine what some were calling a...

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...

DUI Fashion: Meet the Alcohol Monitoring Anklet

By Michael Beall If only Kayla Pedersen had remembered to turn on her headlights. She was so close to home, so close to keeping her...

With Mothers in Prison, Roommates Support Each Other

By Matt Hudson The last time Sara Palagi called her mother, a federal agent answered the phone. He said her mother was in jail. In an...

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...

Hungry Horse News Strives to Keep Community Close

By Megan Petersen In 1965, Mel Ruder won a Pulitzer Prize for his almost-solo coverage of a 500-year flood in the small town of Columbia...