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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...

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...

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,...

Boom Busters: Divided as One

It's no secret Montana is divided. Mountains in the west, plains in the east. Hippies in the west, cowboys in the east. Blue counties in the west, Red in the east. It seems like we have two separate states.

Sidney 2.0: Montana’s Sin City

If you’ve been following this blog, you’ve seen our photos—my analysis of an oil boomtown. But what’s Sidney really like? Hear about it from...

Montana Editors on Foreign Reporting

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

Want Ads

We asked editors what they look for when hiring a foreign correspondent. Here’s what five top editors said: Marcus Brauchli, executive editor, The Washington Post: "I want...

Mehrdad Kia on Foreign Reporting

Bekhi Spika goes behind the scenes of the MJR Magazine.

Students Dish on the Pearl Project

Dmitri Ivashchenko, Margo Humphries and Kira Zalan all worked on the Pearl Project during their time as journalism students at Georgetown. The class was a semester-long...

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...

Year in Review: Sparking Resistance and ADUs

Despite causing the worst damage the state has seen in 100 years, wildfires may be helping Montana. The western United States endured one of the...