The Story Behind the "M"

The "M" is 620 feet above the Missoula Valley floor. It is 125' feet long and 100' feet wide. University of Montana forestry students cut the switchbacks into the side of the hill in the early 1900's. The first "M" was assembled out of whitewashed rocks in 1909, and given a fresh coat of paint by freshmen every year, until 1968, when all those rocks were cemented together with concrete.

Photo by Nelson Kenter, kenterphotography.com

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SOCCER: Griz Shut Out Colorado State in Home Opener

By JOEL CARLSON - (PHOTO GALLERY) Montana scored a pair of first-half g... more

Griz Fall to North Dakota State 22-10

By DAVE GUFFEY - Senior kicker Adam Keller connected on a school-record... more

No Change in Our Approach, Mayor Says in Wake of Carlyle’s Attempt to Sell Mountain Water

Mayor says today’s announcement that Carlyle reached an agreement to ... more

#3 Montana at #1North Dakota State

By DAVE GUFFEY - The 3rd ranked Montana Grizzlies play the defending three-time national champion and No. 1-ranked North Dakota State, Sat., Sept. 20 at the Fargodome. Kick-off is at 1:37p.m.... more

Hunters Need To Be Bear Aware

By BRUCE AUCHLY - Hunters along the Rocky Mountain Front, especially bird hunters in riparian areas, need to be aware they are in bear country.... more

Ladies (and gentlemen) — Apply Yourselves!

By CHERY SABOL - A recent study found that women applied for jobs only if they met every single requirement on the job description. Men applied if they met just 60 percent of the requirements.... more

Griz Have Waited A Long Time For This Game With NDSU

By JIM O'DAY - The Grizzlies may have their work cut out for them this Saturday in Fargo, N.D., but they also have an opportunity to return UM to a status of NCAA Division I FCS superiority.... more

MCT Presents The Woman in Black Oct 9-12

Out of the Box Productions presented by MCT, Inc. announces a return engagement of The Woman in Black, Oct. 9-12 at the First United Methodist Church.... more

Mark Riffey on Business: Ask Great Questions

By MARK RIFFEY - I’m always looking for better questions to ask. Good questions educate me about a situation or a mindset someone is in and help me understand where they’re coming from.... more

Southern Style Buttermilk Biscuits

By CHEF TRACY DARUE - Biscuits are especially good to have around because they can accompany so many meals. Here's a tried-and-true recipe for Southern Style Buttermilk Biscuits.... more

Wagenmann Named Root Sports BSC Player of the Week on Defense

Montana’s Zack Wagenmann has been named the ROOT SPORTS Big Sky Conference Football Player of the Week on defense for his play in the Grizzlies’ 28-20 win over South Dakota on Saturday.... more

Over 100 Volunteers Expected for National Public Lands Day Event in Missoula

Missoula Parks and Recreation to host three service projects on Saturday, October 4, as part of national program.... more

This Week’s Missoula Arts & Culture Scene | Sept 15

A recap of all things Arts & Culture--for the week of 9/15-- brought to you by the Missoula Cultural Council.... more

Make it Missoula Monday | Week of Sept 15

Check out the various bands and live music all over town sprinkled with an occasional farmers market and fundraisers. ... more

Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs | Week of Sept 15

Jobs this week: Accounting Assistant, part-time Kitchen Helper, Project Estimator, Medical Claims Processor, Preschool and Toddler Teachers, CNC Programmer and more!... more

Griz 28, South Dakota 20 in Front of Record Crowd of 26,303 (PHOTO GALLERY)

By DAVE GUFFEY - Montana’s Jordan Canada, Jordan Johnson, and Zack Wagenmann led the way as the Grizzlies defeated the South Dakota 28-20 Sat. evening in front of a record crowd of 26,303 at WGS.... more

Don’t Let Your Gourd Down: The Pumpkin Spice Invasion

By BOB WIRE-It shows up every fall, just after Labor Day, as predictable as foot fungus on a high school football player and as unwanted as teen pregnancy. Pumpkin flavored ale. ... more

Palmer Trucking and Grizzly Athletics Rolling Together

By DAVE GUFFEY - Grizzly football will soon be coming to a highway near you thanks to a new partnership with Jim Palmer Trucking of Missoula.... more

Special Memories With Former Griz Coach Joe Glenn

By JIM O'DAY - Saturday’s match-up in Missoula with the Montana Grizzlies and the South Dakota Coyotes could well be the last for Joe Glenn in Washington-Grizzly Stadium.... more

ROI And Why They Buy

By MARK RIFFEY - If you can't explain the ROI of your stuff to a random person in your prospect's lunch room or warehouse, it's going to get picked to shreds.... more

Montana Hunting Guide 2014

By DILLON TABISH - The arrival of autumn marks the beginning of big game hunting season, a beloved time of year for the thousands of Montana residents who partake in the traditional custom.... more

The New Student’s Guide to Missoula’s Art Scene

By MATT ANGLEN- Congratulations. You may not know it now, but you picked an awesome place to go to school. To help you get acquainted with Missoula, here’s a short list of awesomeness. ... more

Montana Hosts South Dakota Saturday, Sept. 13

By DAVE GUFFEY - The 4th-ranked Montana Grizzlies play their second home game in a row, Sat. Sept. 13, hosting the University of South Dakota at 7:07 p.m. in Washington-Grizzly Stadium.... more

UM Invites Public to 2014 UC Homecoming Art Fair

Plan to attend the University Center Homecoming Art Fair from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday, Sept.25-26, and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 27, in the UC Atrium.... more

Crow’s Shadow Institute of the Arts Exhibits at MAM

CROW’S SHADOW INSTITUTE OF THE ARTS: SELECTED WORKS Oct. 17, 2014 – Mar. 21, 2015 / Lynda M. Frost Contemporary American Indian Art Gallery Art Guide Training: Oct. 17, 3 PM Artist Reception: Nov. 7, 5-8 ... more

Glacier Park Transitions to Fall After Historic Summer

By DILLON TABISH - Iconic Sun Road slated to open through most of October as visitation approaches record high.... more

This Week’s Missoula Arts & Culture Scene | Sept 8

A recap of all things Arts & Culture--for the week of 9/8-- brought to you by the Missoula Cultural Council.... more

Archery Season in Montana: Technology’s Role

By BRUCE AUCHLY-Let’s be clear. Advances in gear, archery equipment and clothing are wonderful. They are also not the culprit. The problem is not technology but what it does to us. ... more

UM Sports Trivia | Week of Sept 8

By CHRIS WALTERSKIRCHEN- Few dates have been as lucky for the Grizzly football team as September 13th. The Grizzlies have won their last six September 13th games.... more

Easy, Healthy, and Homemade Chocolate Sauce

By ERIN TURNER-Yesterday was my son’s birthday and when I asked him what menu he wanted for his birthday dinner, he requested ice cream--and that means chocolate sauce! Here's an easy, healthy and frugal reci... more

Make it Missoula Monday | Week of Sept 8

Check out the various bands and live music all over town sprinkled with an occasional farmers market and fundraisers. ... more

Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs | Week of Sept 8

Jobs this week: Traveling CNAs, LPNs, LVSs, and RNs, Customer Service Teller, Cashier, Motor Coach and Shuttle Bus Driver, Development Director and more!... more

Griz Maul Central Washington 48-14 in Home Opener (PHOTO GALLERY)

By DAVE GUFFEY - Running back Travon Van scored four touchdowns to lead the Montana Grizzlies to a 48-14 win over Central Washington in UM’s 2014 home opener Saturday afternoon.... more

Top Ten Debut Albums

By BOB WIRE-What makes a great debut album? I mean, besides a crappy second album. Luck plays a big part, as does talent, chemistry, strong songs and the golden touch of the right producer. ... more

Smoked Tomato Soup

During late summer, when your gardens are at their peak, this recipe is a nice remedy for an abundance of tomatoes and Swiss chard.... more

Register Now for All-Abilities Playmakers Sports League

Parks and Recreation invites children aged five and up to sign for the new All-Abilities Playmakers sports program for children with and without disabilities.... more

What Are Your Compelling Reasons?

By MARK RIFFEY - People need compelling reasons to change what they're doing, even if they're not doing anything.... more

Griz Have Difficult 2014-15 Preseason Basketball Schedule

By DAVE GUFFEY - First-year University of Montana head coach Travis DeCuire and his staff have secured their 2014-15 schedule, and it is a challenging one, both on the road and at home.... more

Time and Labor Day

By LIZ MARCHI -Labor Day is one of my favorite weekends of the year. Growing up in a college town, it was all about back to school, semesters, students and college football.... more

NCAA Troubles Ahead

By JIM O'DAY - Intercollegiate Athletics was a large part of my professional career for many years. Thus, I continue to watch what is happening across the national collegiate sports scene quite closely. ... more

Long Time SID to Retire Next Summer

By JOEL CARLSON - Dave Guffey, who next month will start his 37th year as Montana’s sports information director, decided recently that will retire next June 30.... more

Grizzlies Host CWU Wildcats Sept. 6th in 2014 Home Opener

By DAVE GUFFEY - The Montana Grizzlies play their 2014 home opener, Sat., Sept. 6, hosting Central Washington University. Kickoff is at 3:37 p.m. ... more

UM Sports Trivia | Week of Sept 1

By CHRIS WALTERSKIRCHEN- Saturday the Montana Grizzly football team goes for its 14 win in the last 16 home openers when they faced the Central Washington Wildcats. ... more

Missoula YMCA Spearheads Fundraising Effort for Sierra Leone Ebola Outbreak

The Missoula YMCA is spearheading a fundraising effort to help the Sierra Leone YMCA purchase much needed disinfectant supplies, chlorine, bleach and buckets to battle the Ebola outbreak.... more

Hops Ranch Soon to Provide Fresh Beer to the Flathead

By TRISTAN SCOTT - What began as a 1-acre research project, sponsored by the Montana Department of Agriculture and two local breweries – has entered its second season and is now producing hops.... more

Bare Bait Dance Presents Rachel Oliver’s “Settle”

By William MUNOZ - Bare Bait Dance opens its fourth season with "Settle", a multi-media, multi-generational dance-theatre work Choreographed by Missoula-born, Rachel Oliver... more

This Week’s Missoula Arts & Culture Scene | Sept 1

A recap of all things Arts & Culture--for the week of 9/1-- brought to you by the Missoula Cultural Council.... more

New Chairlift Installed on Back Side of Big Mountain

By DILLON TABISH - The latest expansion at Whitefish Mountain Resort is coming together as crews finish installing the Flower Point Chair Lift.... more

Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs | Week of Sept 1

Jobs this week: HVAC Service Technician, HVAC Plumbing parts Person, Lead Teach, Bus Monitor, Cashier, Supervisor, Customer Service Representative, and more!... more

Make it Missoula Monday | Week of Sept 1

Check out the various bands and live music all over town sprinkled with an occasional farmers market and fundraisers. ... more

Tom Sawyer Headlines MCT’s Fall Performing Arts Classes

Tom Sawyer! What do you do with a boy like that? The Missoula Children’s Theatre kicks off the 2014-15 school year with Tom Sawyer, the fall after school performing arts class. ... more

Griz Fall to Wyoming 17-12 in Season Opener

By DAVE GUFFEY - Montana gave Wyoming everything it wanted in the teams’ 2014 opener and had to endure two long delays due to lightening strikes, losing 17-12 Laramie.... more

Currents Aquatics Center Open for Labor Day, Closed Sept 2-12 for Annual Maintenance

FYI: Currents Aquatics Center Open for Labor Day, Closed Sept 2-12 for Annual Maintenance; Splash Montana open for adult lap swim through Sept. 12.... more

U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds Come to Kalispell Aug 30-31

By DILLON TABISH - The Mountain Madness Airshow, featuring the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, comes to Kalispell August 30-31 at the Glacier Park International Airport.... more

Back to School: That’s Good, Right?

By BOB WIRE-Ah, the lunches have been packed, the driveway mugshots taken, and our kids have officially slammed the screen door on another summer vacation. It's back to school time!... more

Lifelong Learning Class Teaches How to Self-Publish

By CASEY DAWES-According to some sources Missoula is one of the cities in the United States with the most writers per capita. Do you have a book inside you screaming to get out? Learn to self-publish.... more

Rediscover Your Spark with UM Workshop

By AIMEE RYAN- “What do you want to do when you grow up?” Join us on Thurs., Sept. 25, for a hands-on, experiential workshop that will help you answer that question.... more

How to Make the Most of What’s Left of Summer in Missoula

By MATT ANGLEN- If you're like me and are desperately trying to make the most of these last few weeks of sunshine here in Missoula, here is a short list of things to get excited about: ... more

A Wild Idea: Celebrating 50 Years of the Wilderness Act

By TRISTAN SCOTT-Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Wilderness Act, advocates look toward the future... more

Earning Return Business, Part Four: Confidence

By MARK RIFFEY - Your clients' confidence in you is critical to earning return business. Take a pizza for example...... more

Griz-Wyoming Football Game Notes and Stats

The University of Montana Grizzlies open their 2014 season, Sat., Aug., 30, playing the University of Wyoming in Laramie. Kickoff is at 2:00 p.m. ... more

This Week’s Missoula Arts & Culture Scene | August 25

A recap of all things Arts & Culture--for the week of 8/18-- brought to you by the Missoula Cultural Council.... more

MCT Presents The Last of the Dragons, Sept 11-13

In the kingdom of Middlefield, there is a tradition that when a princess celebrates her 16th birthday, she is tied to a rock, kidnapped by a dragon, rescued by a prince and lives happily ever after. ... more

Tourism Mishaps

By KELLYN BROWN-As a 20-something slinging trash for the park service in the early 2000s, I was privy to my fair share of tourist mishaps, from the comical to the tragic. ... more

Hunting is a Bargain for Nonresident College Students

By BRUCE AUCHLY - A discount on Montana’s big game combination license will be available beginning Sept. 9 for nonresident college students to hunt in Montana.... more

UM Sports Trivia | Week of August 25

By CHRIS WALTERSKIRCHEN- As the Hellgate Knights open their football against Helena Capitol it was fifty years ago next week that the school played its first ever football game a 13-2 loss to Great Falls Cathol... more

Fresh, Frugal, Back to School Lunch Ideas

By ERIN TURNER-Are you ready to dust off the lunch box as your kids head back to school this week? Here are some for packing fresh, healthy and frugal lunches for your kids!... more

Make it Missoula Monday | Week of August 25

Check out the various bands and live music all over town sprinkled with an occasional farmers market and fundraisers. ... more

Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs | Week of August 25

Jobs this week: Roofers, Teachers, Substitute Teachers, and support staff at Missoula County Public schools, Veterinary Assistant/Technician, Glass Installer Information Clerk and more!... more

Fall Camp Report #9: Defensive Line

By DAVE GUFFEY-With the 2014 season opener at Wyoming just a week away, one thing that the Montana Grizzlies know about their team is that the strength of the defense will be the defensive line.... more

Missoula South Side, Your Beer is Here

By BOB WIRE-As a man whose love of beer is well-documented and occasionally used against him, I gotta say I'm tickled with Missoula's newest brewery, Great Burn.... more

Hunters Must Expect to See Bears

With Montana's upland game bird season opening Sept.1—and the bow hunting season set to open Sept. 6—remember that slow moving, quiet and camouflaged hunters will soon be encountering bears.... more

Sugar Snap Peas with Lobster Salad

By CHEF HOWARD KARP-Here’s a refreshing summer salad that doesn’t use traditional leafy greens. Instead, it features garden fresh sugar snap peas made into a sweet puree sauce with coconut milk.... more

$1 Million Gift Highlights Academic Center Groundbreaking

By JOEL CARLSON-Ground was broken Wednesday on the UM campus for a new athletics academic center, and a $1 million gift gift was announced that will go toward additional facility improvements.... more

9th Annual River City Roots Festival Aug 23-24 in Downtown Missoula

Grammy Award winner Sam Bush headlines the admission-free, 2014 River City Roots Festival Aug. 23-24 in downtown Missoula. Welcome Home UM students! ... more

Hunters: Make Fire Safety a Top Priority This Season

By JOLEEN TADEJ - About 5,000 Montana archery hunters can head afield beginning Aug. 15, and ALL early season hunters need to make wildfire prevention a top priority.... more

Earning Return Business, Part Three: Little Things

By MARK RIFFEY - Getting you to return comes from you getting the little things right, even if you're the only game in town.... more

Fall Camp Report #6: Johnson Starting For Third Season at Quarterback

By DAVE GUFFEY-Jordan Johnson, one of the key players to the University of Montana football program’s past and most recent successful seasons, is returning in 2014, which will be his third year as a starter.... more

Missoula Police Participate in Labor Day Weekend
“Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” Campaign

The Missoula Police Department is joining thousands of law enforcement agencies around the country in the fight against drunk driving this Labor Day weekend.... more

Fall Camp Report #5: Griz Have Speed at Linebacker

By DAVE GUFFEY-With the graduation of three of the most prolific linebackers in school history, GRIZ NATION was concerned how the University of Montana could replace that dynamic trio in 2014.... more

Appreciating Life More at 60 Than at 16

By LIZ MARCHI - Life is about the lens you choose. Age can give us a refined sense of what’s important, beautiful and meaningful. I loved the glasses I wore last week.... more

This Week’s Missoula Arts & Culture Scene | August 18

A recap of all things Arts & Culture--for the week of 8/18-- brought to you by the Missoula Cultural Council.... more

Make it Missoula Monday | Week of August 18

Check out the various bands and live music all over town sprinkled with an occasional farmers market and fundraisers. ... more

19th Annual Great Griz Encounter, Thursday August 21

Plan to attend the 19th annual “Great Griz Encounter” meet-and-greet and autograph signing event with UM's 2014 football team on Thurs., Aug 21, downtown in Caras Park. ... more

UM Sports Trivia | Week of August 19

By CHRIS WALTERSKIRCHEN-After an impressive showing in a home exhibition match with Carroll College, the Montana Grizzly soccer team embarks on an 8-city, 8-match road swing. ... more

Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs | Week of August 18

Jobs this week: Health Customer Service Representatives, Office Manager, Police Officer, Research and Development Director, a Stone and Granite Fabricator, and more!... more

Stuffed Zucchini–A Frugal Seasonal Meal

By ERIN TURNER-The season of zucchini jokes has arrived. The gardens are knocking out zucchini like crazy and people are finding them on their doorsteps.... more

‘Fatuous Twaddle’ For a Phenomenal Friend

By BRIAN MARSH - I had the privilege of co-officiating the memorial service for my good friend, Jamie Kelly. Here are my reflections on his life.... more

Fall Camp Report #3: Safety Position Shaping Up

By DAVE GUFFEY-There is almost always question marks at one or more positions when fall camp begins, and one of those for the UM Grizzlies when they started practice on Aug. 5 was the tight end spot.... more

Scars: The Real Man’s Tattoos

By BOB WIRE-I don't have any tattoos, so now you know where I stand on tattoos. What I do have is a growing collection of scars. The real man's tattoos.... more

Iceberg Lake in Glacier National Park

By DILLON TABISH-The 4.5-mile hike to Iceberg is considered one of the quintessential treks in Glacier National Park.... more

The Average Joe’s Guide to the 2014 Zootown Fringe Festival

By MATT ANGLEN-The Zootown Fringe Festival is completely unjuried and uncensored. Anyone with a performance or art instillation can apply and do whatever they want.... more

Battle in the Big Sky: Generation Griz

By DILLON TABISH - A year after returning to the FCS playoffs, Montana is poised to make a run at the conference title and challenge the reigning champs... more

Downtown Dance Collective to Perform at Missoula Fringe Festival, Aug 16

(PHOTO GALLERY) Renowned Seattle choreographer, Zoe Scofield is teaching an intensive with the Downtown Dance Collective with a performance to follow at the Missoula Fringe Festival, Aug 16. ... more

Smokey Bear Turns 70, But Don’t Bring Candles

Smokey Bear is turning 70 on Saturday — but don’t bring any candles to the party, please. Here are some little-known facts about Smokey Bear on his big day.... more

YWCA Lecture Series: How Mobile Technology Has Influenced Rural Zambian Women

Fri. 8/15 from noon to 1 p.m. at YWCA Missoula, UC Santa Barbara Professor Lisa Parks looks at how increasing access to mobile technology has influenced the lives of rural Zambian women.... more

This Week’s Missoula Arts & Culture Scene | August 11

A recap of all things Arts & Culture--for the week of 8/4/14-- brought to you by the Missoula Cultural Council.... more

Auditions for Jekyll and Hyde The Musical

The Missoula Community Theatre is holding auditions for the production of Jekyll & Hyde The Musical on Sunday, August 31st at the MCT Center for the Performing Arts. ... more

Flathead Cherries and Heirloom Tomato Tart

It’s time to celebrate our Flathead cherries and local tomatoes! This symphony of flavors screams summer with these two sweet-and-tart fruits that ripen at the same time.... more

UM Sports Trivia | Week of August 11

By CHRIS WALTERSKIRCHEN-HOO-RAY!!! For the Zootown Senior Softball Team who played for the Senior Softball World series title. Let's put the team's achievement in perspective: ... more

Scrimmage #1: Griz Solid in Every Phase

By DAVE GUFFEY Every phase of the game had its pluses Sunday evening, as the University of Montana Grizzly football team held its first scrimmage of fall camp in Washington-Grizzly Stadium. The controlled... more

Make it Missoula Monday | Week of August 11

Check out the various bands and live music all over town sprinkled with an occasional farmers market and fundraisers. ... more

Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs | Week of August 11

Jobs this week: Someone for School Photography, Carpenter, Administrative Support, Internal Auditor, Warehouse Supervisor, Network Systems Analyst and more.... more

2014 Griz Fall Camp Report: Solid Play at Cornerback

By DAVE GUFFEY-When spring football drills concluded for the University of Montana Grizzlies last April, one of the biggest areas of improvement mentioned by head coach Mick Delaney was at the cornerback positi... more

Existential Crisis in the Kitchen

By BOB WIRE- Despite what you might hear, I’m an enlightened, evolved male. I possess certain domestic capabilities. Believe it or not, I do know my Swiffer from a hole in the ground.... more

Lily Gladstone’s Beautiful Future

By BRIAN D'AMBROSIO - Born and raised in Browning, Lily Gladstone returned there last year to work on “Jimmy P.,” a film about a psychologically- puzzling Blackfeet World War II veteran, starring Benicio De... more

Former Griz Brock Coyle Has Shot at Seahawks Roster

One day, more than a decade ago on a chairlift at Big Sky Resort, one of the best young ski racers in Montana told his coach that his future wasn’t on the slopes.... more

Pet Fest to Feature Davis’ Muttley Crew from America’s Got Talent!

The 9th Annual Pet Fest will celebrate International Homeless Animal’s Day at the Adams Center, Sat., Aug. 16, from 10am-3pm and features Davis' Muttley Crew from America's Got Talent.... more

Bee Huts

By PAUL WHEATON-I’ve heard that by adding a roof to protect your bee hives, you can increase honey production by as much as four or five fold. The secret: The happiness of the bee matters!... more

Warm Flows Prompt “Hoot-Owl” Fishing On Dearborn, Smith and Sun Rivers

Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks has advised anglers on three central Montana rivers that all fishing will close daily from 2 p.m. to midnight until conditions improve; effective Aug. 8th.... more

Stage I Fire Restrictions to Begin Thursday

The City of Missoula will join other West Central Montana fire agencies in enacting Stage I fire restrictions early Thursday morning August 7.... more

This Week’s Missoula Arts & Culture Scene | August 4

A recap of all things Arts & Culture--for the week of 8/4/14-- brought to you by the Missoula Cultural Council.... more

Griz Picked 5th in 2014 FCS Preseason Coaches’ Poll

By DAVE GUFFEY-First the good news. The University of Montana Grizzlies has been picked to finish fifth in the 2014 FCS preseason coaches’ poll.... more

Ricotta Stuffed Squash Blossoms

By JAMIE LIPHARDT - You will not only impress yourself with this dish, but also your garden friend and anyone else you decide to invite to dinner that night.... more

Sailing the Flathead

BY XAVIER FLORY - An evening race with the North Flathead Yacht Club, which was founded in 1976 and currently has 132 members. ... more

Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs | Week of August 4

Jobs this week: An Auto Technician, a Deli Worker, Housekeepers, Breakfast Attendants, and Laundry Workers, Media Information Coordinator, Lawn Care Technicians and more!... more

Homemade Pie Crust

By ERIN TURNER- It's western Montana Fair Time and with raspberries, huckleberries and strawberries all in season right now, it seems the perfect time for a pie! ... more

Make it Missoula Monday | Week of August 4

Check out the various bands and live music all over town sprinkled with an occasional farmers market and fundraisers. ... more