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Gaps on the Map

By Tom Kuglin In an effort to make its sexual and violent offender registry more accessible to the public, the Montana Department of Justice (DOJ)...
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Towner’s Gold

By Allison Mills Rocks and dirt crash down the wash plant’s spinning metal tube, blasted by streams of water. A muddy wave tumbles down...
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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...
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Under the Needle

By Kevin Dupzyk Roger DiBrito suffers from pain in his neck and shoulders and a severe fear of needles. He and his wife, Sharon, regularly...

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...

WSJ Reporter Aids Missoulian in Requesting University of Montana’s Information

By Clem Work There were so many emails that the closest estimate is “thousands.” When the president of the University of Montana, the vice president for...

How a Night Can Go Wrong

Photos and Story by Eric Oravsky The heart of Missoula is seven city blocks held by a ribcage of railroad tracks and river bridges. The...

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...

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...

More Precious Than Oil

By Tom Kuglin The North Fork of the Flathead River Transboundary region — a 9,000 square mile, largely undeveloped area on the western rim 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...

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...