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Lucky To Be Alive

By Dillon Kato When his foot sunk deep into the snowfield, Toby van Amerongen thought he had just stepped in a stream. A second later,...

Forsyth Dogies Dominate Small-town Wrestling

by Dustin Klemann In a blur of camouflage purple, the fans rose from their seats, some with hands over their lips, others with eyes closed...

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,...

Once Common Shout of ‘Timber’ is Only a Quiet Echo

By Bekhi Spika “The earth is very resilient,” said Mark Vander Meer, his eager smile busting through his white, bushy beard. “It’s people who aren’t.” Vander...

Strangers in Sidney: When a Small-town Reporter Strikes Big News

By Amy Sisk Louisa Barber tapped her thumbs against the steering wheel to the beat of the song At Last as she crossed the Montana-North...

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...

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...

Culling in the Capital

By Masaki Nakagawa First light has yet to peek over the top of Mount Helena as Mark Lerum, reserve officer for the Helena Police, pulls...

The Last Wranglers

By Rick Sherman I can see my breath as I walk out to the corral, halter in hand, to catch my wrangle horse. There is...

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.

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...

Kiss and Tell

By Paul Queneau “I hurryed down the hill, which was about 200 feet high and difficult of access, to gaze on this sublimely grand spectacle...