Media & News

For all the daily news around Missoula, use our Make it Missoula Newsfeed.

The casual observer may associate a “college town” with decent local publications, broadcasting, newspaper, and other media outlets.  If you haven’t noticed it by now, Missoula is not the average college town.

Our community is rich in media outlets:  some locally owned, others affiliated with national conglomerates.  From high school sports and Griz broadcasts to statewide and national news, local media efforts keep you in the mainstream.


Area Newspapers

The Missoulian
500 S. Higgins Ave.
(406) 523-5200

Missoula Independent(weekly)
317 S. Orange St.
(406) 543-6609

UM Kaimin Campus Newspaper (weekdays during academic year)
(406) 243-4310

The Flathead Beacon
217 Main St. – Kalispell, MT
(406) 257-9220

Television

KPAX-TV 8 Missoula (CBS)
1049 W. Central Ave
(406)542-4400

KTMF-TV 23 Missoula (ABC)
2200 Stephens Ave.
(406)542-8900

KECI-TV 13
340 W. Main St.
(406) 721-2063

KUFM-TV 11 (PBS)
32 Campus Drive
406-243-4101


Radio

KUFM Montana Public Radio
Performing Arts/Radio-TV Building
The University of Montana
(406)243-4931

KMSO 102.5 Mountain FM & Valley 107.9 FM
725 Strand Ave.
(406)542-1025

Cherry Creek Radio Group
1600 North Avenue West Suite 101
(406)728-5000

  • 100.1 KZOQ-FM Classic Rock
  • 93.9 KGGL-FM Eagle 93 Country
  • 1450 KGRZ AM Sports Talk
  • 1340 KYLT AM Talk Radio
  • 1067 KBQQ AM Oldies
  • 98.7 KXDR Top 40


Townsquare Media
3250 S. Reserve St. Suite 200
(406)728-9300


KGBA 89.9 FM College Radio

University Center Room 208
University of Montana
(406)243-6758


Montana Radio Company

2425 W. Central Ave. Suite 203
(406)721-6800

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Missoula – A River Runs Through It

Missoula - a river does indeed run through it. In 1992, the Oscar-winn... more

“And we Were Young:” Animated World War One doc illuminates soul, spirit of conflict

By BRIAN D'AMBROSIO-“And We Were Young,” the animated documentary o... more

Run through the Winter with RWM’s Boston/Spring Marathon Training Class

By EVA DUNN-FROEBIG - Local runners can stay motivated to run all wint... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights-Week of Oct 21

By TOM DIDDEL- Homeless men fight over pork chop, Lolo resident shoots wolf hybrid, the beautiful fall weather ends on Sunday, and more.... more

What’s Up This Week in Downtown Missoula

Here's what's happening this week in Downtown Missoula: River Cleanup, River Market and Riverside Shred Fest!... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights-Week of Oct 14

By TOM DIDDEL- Wildlife Officials release 'Do Not Eat Advisory' for Clark Fork fish, Mountain Lions Spotted in South Hills area, UM fall victim is recovering after accident, and more.... more

Missoula City Cemetery Presents Stories and Stones Historical Tour Oct 27

One of Missoula’s oldest cemeteries presents an afternoon of history coming to life through the stories of individuals from Missoula’s past.... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights-Week of Oct 7

By TOM DIDDEL- This Week: Canadian man clocked at 154 miph on I-90; Road Kill becomes legal to eat in Montana, Ronan couple has five horses stolen and more!... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights-Week of Sept 23

By TOM DIDDEL- This Week: Missoula man arrested after day long stand-off,Two new laws go into effect aimed at illegal drugs, Missoula looks to fight cancer with area's largest cancer center, and more.... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights-Week of Sept 16

By TOM DIDDEL- This Week: Butte Copper King Heiress Trial over Will Begins Jury Selection, Montana Judge faces more Pressure, Wildlife Officials Look for Cause of the Death of 100+ Deer.... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights-Week of Sept 9

By TOM DIDDEL- Bomb Threat at Big Sky High School, Kalispell woman faces charges for pushing husband off cliff, Big names in business for Montana Economic Summit, hyunter wounds bear that attacked his partner.... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights-Week of Sept 2

By TOM DIDDEL- A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula: UM students warned of suspicious man on campus; Combat Challenge comes to Missoula, Bitterroot farmers face possible water shortage... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights-Week of Aug 19

By TOM DIDDEL- A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula: Lolo Creek Complex Fire, Lolo Creek Runs Dry killing Hundreds of Fish, Auto Body Shop Fire Victim Dies and more! ... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights-Week of Aug 12

By TOM DIDDEL- A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula: Basketball standout, Joslyn Tinkle appears on Price is Right, Missoula mom and 3 children still missing, Nimrod Fire spreads and mo... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights-Week of Aug 5

By TOM DIDDEL- A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula: Western MT Fair gets new director, Cartoonist and Writer, Stan Lynde Dies, UM Ramps up marketing efforts and more.... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights-Week of July 29

By TOM DIDDEL- A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula: Western Montana gets much needed rain; Goodwill opens in new location, NCAA sanctions Griz, and more!... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights-Week of July 22

By TOM DIDDEL- A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula: Arnold Schwarzenegger Visits Western Montana Fire Crew, Cash Hyde Story Lives on in new Documentary, and More!... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights-Week of July 15

By TOM DIDDEL- A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula: Wildfire Season Begins, Three People Hit by Lightning in Glacier Park, Historic Bannick hit by Damaging Flash Flood, & more!... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights – Week of July 1

By TOM DIDDEL- A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula: Triple Digit Heat, Search for Escaped Inmate, Montana Firefighter Killed in Arizona Fire, and Search for Peeping Tom.... more

No Fireworks on FWP Land or City Limits of Missoula

UPDATE: Fireworks are illegal on FWP lands and within the city limits of Missoula. The City of Missoula plans vigorous enforcement of the City’s fireworks laws during this holiday week.... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights – Week of June 24

By TOM DIDDEL- A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula: Father of Cash Hyde, Michael Hyde is running for Mayor, Corvallis boys save 2-year-old from drowning, HOT summer weather!... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights – Week of June 10

By TOM DIDDEL- A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula: Barry Beach back in prison, New Superintendent for GNP, Missoula's Downtown Bridges, Apartment Fire in East Missoula & more!... more

Missoula – A River Runs Through It

Missoula - a river does indeed run through it. In 1992, the Oscar-winning feature film A River Runs Through It brought notoriety to a town in the Pacific Northwest and the world was introduced to Missoula, Mon... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights – Week of May 20

By TOM DIDDEL- A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula: Woman attacked by Moose near Blue Mountain, Snowy Thursday in western Montana, Move over Kmart, make way for Cabela's and Kohl's.... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights – Week of May 13

By TOM DIDDEL- A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula: Alleged Drunk Driver Kills One Pedestrian and Injures Another, Wildfire Season is Off to an Early Start, MT Supreme Court Denies Be... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights – Week of May 6

By TOM DIDDEL- A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula: DOJ announces findings, new faces of Missoula County School Board, Janitor at UM shoots himself in the foot, & more.... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights – Week of April 29

By TOM DIDDEL- A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula: UM Budget Cuts, boaters are able to float the Clark Fork through Milltown Dam site, waiting for DOJ findings, & more.... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights – Week of April 22

By TOM DIDDEL- A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula: Senator Baucus Announces Retirement, Special Olympics start on Wednesday in Missoula, Norovirus Outbreak and more.... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights – Week of April 15

By TOM DIDDEL- A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula: Maclay Bridge, two Missoula arsons, Missoula Race to benefit Boston Marathon bombing victims, Montana senators split on gun vote ... more

Run Wild Missoula Encourages Community to Continue to Run and Honor Boston

Run Wild Missoula encourages the community to continue to run and race in honor of those affected by the violence at the Boston Marathon, including at the Superfun(D) 10k, 5k and 1 mile on April 20 in Bonner.... more

Missoula Agencies Encourage Families to Unplug and Play

Let's Move Missoula and Unplug and Play Outside-April 21-28. A week-long series of SCREEN-FREE activities for Children including a free Unplug and Play Outside Festival on Apr 21, from 1-4pm.... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights – Week of April 8

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula. Campus police save man in Clark Fork, Vann's to close store in Missoula and Hamilton, Montana Republicans and Democrats Clash in ... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights – Week of March 25

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula. Lolo Guest Ranch settles with county, Fund for Missoula College, City moves to end Homelessness, and more.... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights – Week of March 18

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula. Pat Williams' Nomination as a Montana Regent, 96th Annual Forester's Ball, Wayfinding Project helps with signage in Missoula and ... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights – Week of March 11

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula. This week: An MCPS Technology Levy, Griz & Lady Griz Hosting Big Sky Tournaments, Downtown Fight Results in 3 Arrests and more.... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights – Week of March 4th

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula. This week: Policeman accuses superior of sexual harassment, 11 year old surprises burglar in her home, upswing in Missoula econom... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights – Week of Feb. 25th

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula. This week: the Jordan Johnson trial, comments by MCPS School Superintendent Alex Apostle regarding his pay raise, & a possible do... more

Help the New Missoula Market on Front Deli Reach Its Goal on Kickstarter

The Market on Front will offer healthy deli foods and select groceries from a location in the new Front & Pattee parking structure. Help them reach their Kickstarter goal!... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights – Week of Feb. 18th

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula. This week: the Jordan Johnson trial, comments by MCPS School Superintendent Alex Apostle regarding his pay raise, & a possible do... more

This Week’s Missoula News Highlights- Week of Feb.11th

By TOM DIDDEL - Each week, Tom Diddel recaps the week’s most talked-about stories in Missoula. This week: the Jordie Johnson trial, comments by Pat Williams, Alex Apostle's Pay Raise, and zombie attack warnin... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Restoring Brennan’s Wave

By TOM DIDDEL - One of Missoula’s best downtown spots for outdoor and water-sports enthusiasts is in need of donations in order to make necessary repairs.... more

Coming Soon: Reality Plays Itself at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival

For 10 days in February, the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival celebrates its 10th anniversary with the best nonfiction films of the past year and the past decade.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Replace Historic Maclay Bridge?

By TOM DIDDEL - Maclay Bridge has been an iconic structure on the west side of Missoula since 1893. Due to engineering concerns, it may be in jeopardy.... more

UM Students Team Up with St. Jude Hospital for Up ‘Til Dawn Fundraiser

Up ‘til Dawn is a nationwide college letter-writing fundraiser for St. Jude Children's Hospital. The Feb. 28 event will be held at the University Center on campus.... more

Startup Weekend Proves Missoula’s Entrepreneurial Chops

By COLIN STONER - My takeaway from Startup Weekend was that Missoula needed an event like this. It was proof positive that we can create a startup ecosystem in Missoula.... more

Missoula to Host Montana’s First-Ever Startup Weekend

By COLIN STONER - A unique business opportunity is coming to Missoula this weekend, and it’s creating a lot of buzz amongst geeks, designers, and business-savvy locals.... more

Calling All Businesswomen: Join the MBN Annual Symposium

Sarah Calhoun, founder of Red Ants Pants, will be the keynote speaker at the Montana Businesswomen's Network Annual Symposium on January 26.... more

Ski with the Legendary Glen Plake at Discovery on Monday

Infamous for his extreme skiing and trademark mohawk, Glen Plake will shred with locals on Monday, Jan. 14, from 12:30-3 p.m. at Discovery Ski Area near Philipsburg. ... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Local Students Talk with Astronauts

By TOM DIDDEL - On Tuesday, some Missoula students were able to talk to astronauts on the International Space Station about what it's like to live and work in space.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Local Threats After Newtown Shooting

By TOM DIDDEL - In the wake of the Newtown school shooting, law enforcement officials in Montana have been dealing with similar threats in and around our area.... more

New Montana Start-Up Raising Contributions for Toys for Tots

Gift Gather (GFTGTHR) is a new Montana-based start-up that’s raising money for Toys for Tots as part of its beta launch and platform-testing phase. You can help!... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Local Charities Benefit at the Holidays

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the Christmas charity drives happening around Missoula.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Missoula College Expansion

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the controversy around the Missoula College of Technology expansion.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: National Meth Awareness Day

By TOM DIDDEL - Meth use in Montana has declined dramatically since 2005. National Meth Awareness Day aims to continue the trend through education.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Ski Season Starts in Montana

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's Western Montana's early winter storms and the start of ski season.... more

Santa Claus Comes to Missoula on Friday, Nov. 16

Welcome Santa to Missoula this Friday! Santa makes his arrival in Missoula at Southgate Mall with fanfare, goodies, and dancing on Friday, Nov. 16 at 6 p.m.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Montanans Helping with Hurricane Sandy Relief

By TOM DIDDEL - Montanans see their share of natural disasters, so our state realizes the importance of coming together and helping neighbors when times get tough.... more

The 2nd Annual Ride for Tanner Rail Jam in Caras Park

This Saturday, Nov. 3, the 2nd annual Ride for Tanner Rail Jam will bring big air and big fun to Caras Park. All proceeds go to benefit the construction of a new BMX park.... more

Missoula-Based Legal Atlas a Top Three Finalist for International Award

It was announced this morning that Legal Atlas, a Missoula-based startup, is one of the top three finalists for the international Innovating Justice Award.... more

Missoula’s Iconic Top Hat Set to Undergo Major Renovation After Sale

By KELLEN BECK - Although emotions around the sale of the Top Hat in Missoula are high, its former owner has confidence in the new owner and hopes for a bright future.... more

Honoring Life & Death at the Missoula Festival of the Dead

The Festival of the Dead includes a month of arts workshops, events, and performances, culminating in a traditional Dia de los Muertos processional down Higgins.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: The Tribulations of Jason Christ

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's medical marijuana activist Jason Christ being banned from the UM campus.... more

Get in the Halloween Spirit at the Haunted Dragon Hollow

Looking for a haunted house in Missoula? The haunting of Dragon Hollow continues this Thursday, Oct. 25, through next Monday, Oct. 29, from 6 to 9 p.m. each evening.... more

Press Release: Flathead Lake Brewing Company Temporarily Closes

On Oct. 6, a flood caused extensive damage to the Flathead Lake Brewing Company and Sapore. When the building reopens, both businesses will merge into one entity.... more

Smoky Health Concerns: Is 2012 the Worst Smoke Season Ever?

By BEN SCHMIDT - With the long wildfire season, people are asking the Missoula City-County Health Department how it compares, and is it the worse smoke season ever?... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Credit Card Theft in Missoula

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's a case of credit card theft and the resultant criminal spending spree in Missoula.... more

Press Release: Missoula-Based Legal Atlas Contends for International Award

The Innovating Justice Forum in The Hague, Netherlands has nominated Missoula-based Legal Atlas for its innovative ideas award. The public can vote thru October 8.... more

Missoula Children and Nature Presents National Public Lands Day

Missoula Children and Nature (MCN) and Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks invite kids and families to visit Montana’s newest state park for a day of kid-friendly activities.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: The Smoke Continues…

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the persistent drought and wildfire smoke plaguing Western Montana.... more

Calling All Divas! Join the All-Women’s 5K Run on Missoula Diva Day

By SUE FALSEY - This year's Diva Day festivities begin at 9:30 on October 6 with the All-Women's 5K. Costumes are encouraged, so prepare to be fabulous!... more

Get Fit and Have Fun with National Run@Work Day

By EVA DUNN-FROEBIG - At noon on Friday, Sept. 21, local employers will host group runs/walks to celebrate national Run@Work Day, with help from Run Wild Missoula.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Trouble on Campus

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the search for man who allegedly assaulted and robbed a woman on campus.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Medical Marijuana Activist Sentenced

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the sentencing of medical marijuana activist Tom Daubert.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Bigfoot Killed on Highway 93

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's a man who was struck and killed on Highway 93 while dressed as Bigfoot.... more

Press Release: Highlights from New Belgium Brewing’s Missoula Clips of Faith

New Belgium Brewing’s Missoula Clips of Faith stop raised more than $4,600 for Bike/Walk Alliance for Missoula. Check out the photos and highlights from the event.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: A High-Speed Bike Chase

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the valiant action of a Missoula Police Officer during a bike chase.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Montana Summer Wild Fires

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the intense heat inflaming dozens of wildfires all over Western Montana.... more

Press Release: Open Aid Alliance Rockin’ Race for AIDS Awareness

The 2nd Annual Rockin’ Race for AIDS Awareness will take place on Saturday, August 18. The 5k/10k road race features 9 local bands to benefit HIV/AIDS programs.... more

AT&T Expands Mobile Internet Coverage in Huson, Condon & Kalispell

To support growing demand for mobile devices, AT&T launched 3 new mobile Internet cell sites in Montana for better coverage for local residents and businesses. ... more

Meet Your Neighbor David Lewis at the Stevensville Creamery Picnic

August 3-5 Montanans can learn about the local dairy industry and meet local dairy farmers, like David Lewis and his family, at the Stevensville Creamery Picnic and Milk Run.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Summer River Fatalities

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the string of summer drowning fatalities on the Clark Fork River.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Bad to the Bovine

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the mysterious case of bovine destruction in the Flathead Valley.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Bad Courtroom Behavior

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the Florence man who showed us how not to act in front of a Missoula judge.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Buy a Montana Town

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the upcoming auction of Pray, Montana in the Paradise Valley.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Montana Supreme Court Reviews Marijuana Laws

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the Montana Supreme Court's review of state medical marijuana laws.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Willard Alternative School Graduation

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the graduation of 88 students from Missoula's Willard Alternative School.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Dangerous Spring Runoff Waters

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, warm weather and a fast runoff have created high, unpredictable river levels.... more

Coal Trains Cause Concern for Missoula Citizens

By MARK BOATMAN - As more coal trains run through Missoula from the Powder River Basin, some citizens are voicing concern over increased pollution and noise.... more

City Council Member Has Long Road to U.S. House

By ERIK ANDERSON - City Councilman Dave Strohmaier wants to be Montana’s next congressman, without having to run against his hometown of Missoula.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Orange Street Food Farm

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most interesting or unusual story in Missoula. This week, Orange Street Food Farm got a new door, courtesy of a minivan.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Missoula Under National Scrutiny

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the national investigation of the handling of local sexual assault cases.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Pertussis Outbreak in the Bitterroot

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the pertussis outbreak in Ravalli County that's forced school closures.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: UM Football Harassment Complaint

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the federal harassment complaint lodged against the UM football team.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Medical Marijuana Arrests

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the federal arrests of several Montana medical marijuana providers.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: University of Montana Athletics

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the dismissal of UM football coach Robin Pflugrad and AD Jim O'Day.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Info Needed on Burglaries

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of the past week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the recent burglaries in downtown Missoula that need info from the public.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: House Fire Victims Need Support

By TOM DIDDEL - A house fire engulfed a home in Target Range Thursday morning and took the life of an 11-year-old boy. A donation fund has been set up to help the family.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Wolf Hunting in Montana

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of this week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's wolf hunting in Montana and the controversy that surrounds it.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Montana Judge Richard Cebull

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of this week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's Montana judge Richard Cebull's inflammatory email about President Obama.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: The Foresters’ Ball

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of this week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the UM Foresters' Ball and President Engstrom's call for changes to the fundraiser.... more

Zane Lamprey’s ‘Drinking Made Easy, Missoula’ Airs February 29

By RYAN NEWHOUSE - On February 29, Drinking Made Easy's Zane and Steve will air the exploits from their trip to our own little Garden City of Missoula.... more

Who Will Save Rock ‘n Roll?

By BOB WIRE - This year’s Grammy Awards was a bi-polar, hit-or-miss showcase of Gaga proportions. Real and fake, young and old, it was all on display.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: Bitterroot Ski Resort

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of this week's most talked-about story in Missoula. This week, it's the proposed Bitterroot Ski Resort and the upcoming auction of Maclay Ranch.... more

Big Sky Documentary Film Festival

By PATRICK RECORD - This Friday, The Big Sky Documentary Film Festival begins in Missoula. The festival will feature 144 films between Friday and next Sunday.... more

Who You Callin’ Pinhead?

By BOB WIRE - Insults and degradation aren't the right tack to improving your brand profile, dummies.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: UM Assault Investigations

By TOM DIDDEL - A recap of this week's most talked-about story in Missoula.... more

Chimps, bikinis, cold beer, fast cars… I love the Super Bowl!

By SEAN BENTON - The Super Bowl is bigger than the game of football... I’m talking about the commercials.... more

ESPN Radio Comes to the Montana Radio Company

Good news, sports fans! The Montana Radio Company announces the addition of ESPN Montana at 97.5 FM to their network of stations.... more

The Facebook IPO: What’s Not to Dislike?

By BOB WIRE - If there’s anything Americans love to hate, it’s a snotty young billionaire.... more

Missoula Story of the Week: DUI Trouble in Missoula

By TOM DIDDEL - The recent arrest of a Missoula mother for driving while intoxicated with her six-year-old son is just another incident in a long string of horrific stories highlighting Montana’s DUI problems... more

As Long as it’s Not Pajama Jeans…

By W.T. FUCHS - A man visiting Missoula entered K-Mart on Brooks Street and asked to settle up on a list of late-pay layaways. We hear he did decline to pay for a few items.... more

‘Son of God’ as Savvy Land Baron

Flathead National Forest officials have received over 90,000 comments from citizens about a Jesus statue that's been on Big Mountain since 1955. What do you think?... more

Watch the Griz Playoff Game on ESPN3.com

Even though the second-round Griz playoff game on December 3 won't be televised locally, you can still watch it on ESPN3.com for free if you're an Optimum Internet subscriber. ... more

Missoula Moms Test Senator Tester: Concerns of Parents Heard

By JEN SLAYDEN - When I first received the email from Mamalode to join a group of Missoula moms and staff members to meet with Senator Jon Tester, I hesitated. Most of my life, I have remained on the passive si... more

Multimedia Feature: California Street Tag Wall Becomes Home to Missoula Graffiti Artists

By ANNELA ROVA and BILLIE LOEWEN - When Missoula business owner and artist Dan Tabish posted a sign on the gigantic wall surrounding his property, he created the only space in the city free and open to graffiti... more

A Message from Missoula’s MMA Fighters: All Blood Spilled Must Be Wiped Up

By RUSSELL GREENFIELD, UM Student Journalist. On the night of Aug. 13, Jason Zentgraf, a Missoula mixed martial arts fighter, entered the caged ring at the Swinomish Casino in Anacortes, Washington. Across fro... more

Down to a Two-Game Season

10/31 Blog by "Voice of the Griz" Mick Holien. Something strange must’ve happened in Montana’s locker room at halftime. About the time the Grizzles were enjoying prosperity, the same Grizzly team that in r... more

Wish You Were Here

10/26 Blog by Verina Palmer Martin. It’s just another Saturday in October and we’re surrounded by the usual crowd of zealous Griz fans wearing a sea of maroon and talking up Montana football. We’ve got a ... more