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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Big Sky Basketball Tournaments Heading to Reno

The men's and women's BSC postseason basketball tournaments are headed ... more

Griz Track & Field: Annual Griz-Cat Dual This Week at Donrblaser Field

By JOEL CARLSON-Montana will host the annual Griz-Cat Dual Fri. & Sat. ... more

Internationally Renowned Barbara Wold in Missoula for Business Workshops May 7-8

The Missoula Downtown Association presents Barbara Wold. An expert in r... more

Bee All You Can Bee

BY BOB WIRE- I was recently featured in a video called "Buggin' Out for the Butterfly House". In this follow-up blog I'll disccuss the green screen, lip synching, and flashing my grapes to the cast and crew.... more

Winning Against the Chain Store

By MARK RIFFEY - Yesterday, I sat down in a store that’s part of a Montana-based coffee shop chain. I drove past a national coffee chain to reach this place. Why should I drive past them to vist you?... more

Missoula Art Museum: American Abstract Artists June 5 – August 29

In 1997 American Abstract Artists donated 40 prints to MAM, and a portion of this remarkable portfolio was exhibited. For the first time, MAM is thrilled to show all 40 prints. The Exhibit runs June 5-Aug. 29... more

Frugal and Delicious: Homemade Refried Beans

By ERIN TURNER - With Cinco de Mayo right around the corner, why not some try my recipe for simple, delicious, homemade refried beans. ... more

Liz Marchi: Manners, the Masters and Equal Pay

By LIZ MARCHI - Be on notice, hitting on women is unwelcome and exhibits the worst in manners. Sexist comments and jokes are NOT funny.... more

This Week’s Arts & Culture Scene | April 20

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Make it Missoula Monday | Week of April 20

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LUNAFEST Film Festival: Supporting Women Filmmakers and YWCA GUTS Program

The LUNAFEST Film Festival returns to the Wilma Theater, May 7, at 7pm. LUNAFEST Supports Women Filmmakers and the YWCA GUTS! Girls Leadership Program.... more

International Wildlife Film Festival April 18-25, 2015

Missoula plays host to the highly anticipated International Wildlife Film Festival (IWFF) from April 18-25 at Missoula’s newly restored Roxy Theater.... more

Celebrate the Carousel’s 20th Birthday on Kids’ Day, May 23

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Frisee Salad, Welsh Rarebit Crouton, Vinaigrette

By JONATHON HARTIG - For this salad I've incorporated a couple of local Flathead Valley beers. I encourage you to experiment with your own favorite local brews! ... more

Buggin’ Out for the Butterfly House

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Hanson Hired as Next Montana Assistant AD for Communications

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The Hardest Part of Helping A Business

By MARK RIFFEY - There are a lot of rewards that come with helping businesses improve beyond what they expected.... more

Sign the Kiddos up for Summer Camp at the Missoula Kids Camp Expo

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Public Invited to Learn About Downtown Two-Way Traffic Plan

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Prepare for the Fair: Workshops Available for the April 21 Career Fair

Western Montana’s Largest Career Fair happens only once a year. With close to 100 employers looking for workers, it’s worth it to prepare now for the April 21 event.... more

Believe It, Spring is Here

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This Week’s Arts & Culture Scene | April 13

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Missoula Community Theatre Closes Season With
Shrek The Musical

The Missoula Community Theatre is closing out the 2014-15 season with a blockbuster show for the whole family! Shrek The Musical runs May 1-3, 6-10 and 13-17.... more

Make it Missoula Monday | Week of April 13

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Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs | Week of April 13

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Gustafson Shines in Grizzlies’ Spring Game in Helena

Quarterback Brady Gustafson threw four touchdown passes to lead the way for the Montana Grizzlies in their annual Spring game Saturday afternoon in Helena.... more

Don’t Ignore the Small Stuff

By Clay Springmeyer - We've been trained as a society to tough out minor injuries. But ignoring seemingly minor injuries can mean trouble. Instead, consider physical therapy.... more

Griz Conclude Spring Drills with Scrimmage in Helena Saturday, April 11

The UM Grizzly football team wraps up its 2015 spring drills this Saturday, April 11, in its annual Spring Game in Carroll College’s Nelson Stadium in Helena.... more

Liz Marchi: Give Me Patience for Parents

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Monte Dolack: Color, Light and Landscape

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Plumbing? Let Me Get My Snorkel

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Pubic Invited to Open House for Fort Missoula Regional Park

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Folf (Disc Golf) in the Parks Starts April 7 at Silver Park

Join Parks and Recreation and the Garden City Flyers for a free, family-friendly round of Disc Golf April 7 at Silver Park.... more

Sales That Hide From You

By MARK RIFFEY - How do you find hidden sales in your prospect list? How do you know when lead is no longer interested in buying? How do you know when they are ready to buy? ... more

How To Save Money While Stocking Your Pantry

By ERIN TURNER - People ask us all the time for advice on how to stock up on essential pantry items. They assume we have a Costco membership and buy everything in bulk.... more

You’re a Stand Up Person: You Deserve a Stand Up Desk

By CLAY SPRINGMEYER- Regular exercise and eating right isn’t enough to abolish the detrimental health effects of prolonged butt-resting. If your job requires a lot of sitting, consider getting a standup desk.... more

The Missoula YMCA Hosts Healthy Kids Day, Saturday April 11

The Missoula YMCA encourages kids and their families to come to the Y for Healthy Kids Day--this Saturday, April 11, from 9 a.m. to noon. ... more

This Week’s Arts & Culture Scene | April 6

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Make it Missoula Monday | Week of April 6

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Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs | Week of April 6

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Insane Inflatable 5K Race Coming to Missoula on May 2, 2015

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March Madness: Fly Fishing in Missoula, Montana (VIDEO)

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Travelodge Blues

BY BOB WIRE- On a recent family outing to Seattle for my son's lacrosse match, I made the mistake of trying to save a few bucks on a hotel one night.... more

How To Build a Follow Up System

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An Easter Tradition: Challah

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Should I Stay or Should I Go: Evacuations in Missoula County

By NICK HOLLOWAY - During an emergency or a disaster, your family may need to evacuate to a safe location. Take the time now to learn what to do to keep your family safe. ... more

Parmesan-Crusted Chicken with Asparagus

By CHEF HOWARD KARP - This picture-perfect dish really turned out to be a crowd pleaser.... more

This Week’s Arts & Culture Scene | March 30

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Missoula Public Schools Get a Spark of Creativity

By MATT ANGLEN - SPARK! Arts Ignite Learning is a new program making great strides in our community. ... more

Make it Missoula Monday | Week of March 30

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Spring Cleanup: Street Cleaning Starts Tuesday March 31

FYI: The City of Missoula Street Maintenance Division will begin its street cleaning schedule on Tuesday, March 31. Check out the neighborhood map and schedule here.... more

Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs | Week of March 30

Jobs this week: Case Manger RN, Window Cleaner, Real-Estate Loan Originator, Janitor, Research Assistant, Bookkeeper and more!... more

2015 Peacemakers: Kathi and Glenn “Woody” Wood

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Griz Look Solid on Both Sides of the Ball in Second Spring Scrimmage

The offense showed improvement and the defense was once again stellar, as the Grizzlies held their second scrimmage of 2015 spring drills. ... more

Deadline for 2015 Griz FB Season Ticket Discount is April 1st

Grizzly football season ticket holders are reminded that the deadline for the discounted season ticket renewal opportunity is just a few days away. ... more

Mr. Wire Goes to Helena

BY BOB WIRE- Everyone complains about our government. So this week I went to see Helena to see what the hell was going on there, and how I could help straighten things out.... more

Everyone Can Sell, If you Train Them

By MARK RIFFEY - Sales taining matters--for everyone and on every shift. Here's why--you do the math.... more

Kid Approved, Homemade Cheese Crackers Recipe

By ERIN TURNER - In today's world of overly processed food, I love showing the kids how to make homemade and healthy snacks. Here's my recipe for homemade Cheese-Its Crackers.... more

This Week’s Arts & Culture Scene | March 23

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UM Sports Trivia | Week of March 23

By CHRIS WALTERSKIRCHEN- A meeting of college basketball’s two Coaches K’s--Duke's Kryzewski and Utah’s Kryskowiak. Bet you didn't know this about the two coaches:... more

Make it Missoula Monday | Week of March 23

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Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs | Week of March 23

Jobs this week: Certified Nursing Assistants, Over-the-road Truck Drivers, Production Workers, Direct Care Providers, Receptionish/Secretary, Cemetary Groundskeeper and more!... more

Defense Dominates Grizzlies’ First Scrimmage of 2015 Spring

By DAVE GUFFEY-The only touchdown of the day was scored by a linebacker, as the Grizzlies’ defense dominated the first scrimmage of spring drills Saturday in UM’s Washington-Grizzly Stadium.... more

Lady Griz Fall to Notre Dame 77-43

By JOEL CARLSON-No. 16-seed Montana’s season came to an end with a 77-43 loss to the No. 1-seed Fighting Irish in front of 6,231 fans at Notre Dame’s Purcell Pavilion in South Bend, Ind.... more

There’s a Method to My March Madness

BY BOB WIRE- There's Nothing like March Madness! After sifting through all the information I gathered from every college basketball game I watched this season, I carefully filled out my bracket.... more

A Simple, High-Value Tactic That Many Miss

By MARK RIFFEY - FOLLOW UP: The most common reason that follow up doesn’t happen is that there’s no system to manage it. Without a system those follow up tasks are soon forgotten.... more

Saint Mary’ Peak Trail

By CHAUNCEY LISTON-How did I get into this fix? It started with my packing. That afternoon I decided I was going to climb the 9,300-foot peak that is Saint Mary’s in the Bitterroot Mountain Range. ... more

NIT First Round: At Texas A & M 81, Montana 64

By DAVE GUFFEY-The Grizzlies made a gallant run, but their 2014-15 season ended Tuesday evening, as the host Texas A&M Aggies defeated them 81-64 Tuesday in a first round NIT game.... more

A Night at the Theater: MCT is Volunteer Missoula’s Organization of the Month!

By JENNIFER PEPPROCK-This month, we're exted to feature MCT as Volunteer Missoula’s organization of the month! With a vibrant Volunteer Missoula profile and widely popular opportunities, MCT was an easy choic... more

Celebrating St. Paddy’s Day with Homemade Irish Pasties

By ERIN TURNER- As the great granddaughter of an Irish immigrant, I have to admit my own love of Irish Pasties. It is the perfect meal…meat, potatoes all wrapped up in a flaky crust. ... more

Missoula River Etiquette

By TONY REINHARDT -With the unbelievably nice weather everyone is looking to get outside so this is a great chance to discuss Missoula River Etiquette. ... more

Frugal Gardening Tips

By ERIN TURNER-Planting a garden is one of the best frugal methods of saving money. For just a few dollars, you can raise entire bed of produce which would cost you hundreds in the grocery store. ... more

This Week’s Arts & Culture Scene | March 16

Here's a look at what's happening this week in Missoula from music to dance, theatre to museum exhibits and more--brought to you by our friends at the Missoula Cultural Council.... more

Lady Griz Draw Notre Dame in NCAA Tournament

The Lady Griz received a No. 16 seed and will face No. 1 Notre Dame Friday night at South Bend, Ind., in the opening round of the NCAA Division I Women’s Basketball Championship.... more

Dolce Canto Presents “Journey Home” Saturday, March 21st

Missoula’s premier vocal ensemble, Dolce Canto, presents “Journey Home” on Saturday, March 21, at 7:30 PM at St. Paul’s Lutheran Church (202 Brooks). Doors open at 6:45 PM. ... more

Missoula Job Service Featured Jobs | Week of March 16

Jobs this week: Wildland Firefighters, Cashiers and Retail Sales Positions, Summer Recreation Jobs, Housekeepers, Personal Care Attendant, Licensed Clinical Social Work, RN Case Manager, and more!... more

Make it Missoula Monday | Week of March 16

Check out the various bands and live music all over Missoula sprinkled with a sporting event, film or a fundraiser. ... more

Montana Plays at Texas A & M in a First Round NIT

The Montana Grizzlies will play the Texas A&M Aggies in College Station, Texas, in an NIT first round game on Tues. March 17 at 7 p.m. (Mountain). ... more

Big Sky Suspends NAU Head Coach for Postgame Incident Against Montana

Big Sky Conference Commissioner Doug Fullerton has announced that Northern Arizona men’s basketball coach Jack Murphy will be suspended for his team’s next postseason contest.... more

Eagles Defeat Grizzlies 69-65 in Big Sky Tourney Title Game

By DAVE GUFFEY - Harvey and Brandon combined for 34 points to lead Eastern Washington to a 69-65 come-from-behind win over the Grizzlies in the Big Sky Championship Game Saturday night.... more

Lady Griz Rally, Win Big Sky Championship 60-49 (PHOTO GALLERY)

(PHOTO GALLERY) Montana came from behind to post a 60-49 victory in the championship game of the Big Sky Conference women’s basketball tournament at Dahlberg Arena.... more

Montana Edges NAU 61-59 To Advance to the Big Sky Title Game

By DAVE GUFFEY - Senior guard Jordan Gregory scored on a lay-up with .4 seconds remaining in the game to give the University of Montana Grizzlies a thrilling 61-59 win over the Northern Arizona.... more

Lady Griz Advance to Big Sky Championship, Sat. March 14 at 2pm

By JOEL CARLSON- The Lady Griz advanced to the title game for the 20th time in the 27-year history of the tournament with a 55-51 victory over EWU Friday afternoon.... more

Griz Edge Wildcats 76-73 in OT in Big Sky Quarterfinal Game

By DAVE GUFFEY - Junior forward Martin Breunig scored 24 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, leading Montana to a 76-73 OT win over Weber State in a BSC Championship quarterfinal game.... more

MacLay Flats Nature Trail

By MALLORY KERENSA WELLS - It was a quiet Thursday evening and after a long week I knew that a hike was not only a wanted but a needed.... more

Selvig Named Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year

By JOEL CARLSON - Montana women’s basketball coach Robin Selvig was named the Big Sky Conference Coach of the Year Thursday. It’s the 21st conference coach of the year honor for Selvig.... more

Lady Griz Survive, Move on to Firday’s Semifinals

By JOEL CARLSON- Top-seeded Montana held on for a 69-67 victory over ISU on the opening day of the BSC women’s basketball tournament and will face No. 4 Eastern Washington Friday at 1:30 p.m. ... more

Griz Host Wildcats in Big Sky Conference Quarterfinal, March 12

By DAVE GUFFEY - The No. 1 seed Montana Grizzlies host the No. 8-seed Weber State Wildcats in a quarterfinal game in the Big Sky Conference’s men’s Basketball Championship, Thursday, March 12. ... more

Lady Griz Seeking Tournament Title This Week

By JOEL CARLSON- The Big Sky Conference women’s basketball tournament opens today with four quarterfinal games. Montana, the No. 1 seed, will play No. 8 Idaho State at 8 p.m. in the final game of the day.... more

Tower Street Trails: A Bold Dinner Date

By BRENDEN SPERR - I see trees. Trees and squirrels everywhere, squirrels that are so bold they get right next to me then turn and run as if they’re playing chicken.... more

What’s Holding Your Business Back?

By MARK RIFFEY - Are sales down? Don't get desperate. Get Facts. When an owner is desperate for business, (at least) two things often take place in an effort to turn things around:... more

Kellie Cole Rubel Named Big Sky Conference CO-MVP

Montana senior guard Kellie Rubel, who led the Lady Griz to the regular-season championship, was named the Big Sky Conference co-MVP Tuesday. She was also named first-team All-Big Sky.... more

Tales and Trails: Love in the Time of Cold

By BRUCE AUCHLY - One day it’s warm and sunny, the next day cold and snowy. Welcome to that time on the calendar between winter and spring. ... more

Spiciy Thai Coconut Soup

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“Work for Peace” Theme for 2015 Art Challenge

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Three Griz Named to Mens Basketball All-Big Sky Team

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This Week’s Arts & Culture Scene | March 9

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Jobs this week: A Project Manager/Lead Carpenter, Construction Laborer, Seasonal Nursery Yard Position, FT Cashiers, Houseman / Weekend Maintenance Worker, and More!... more

Make it Missoula Monday | Week of March 9

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Griz Begin 2015 Spring Football Drills Monday, March 9th

By DAVE GUFFEY - First year head football coach Bob Stitt’s University of Montana Grizzly football team begins preparation for the 2015 season, with spring drills starting on Monday, March 9.... more

Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament Information

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Griz Clinch Tournament-Hosting Rights, Share of Big Sky Crown

The Grizzlies dispatched the rival Bobcats 70-54 in Bozeman Saturday night and earned the right to host the Conference tournament next weekend in Missoula.... more

Lady Griz fall at Bozeman 65-57

By JOEL CARLSON- The Lady Griz team fell in its final regular-season game Saturday afternoon, losing to Montana State 65-57 in Bozeman.... more

Big Sky Women’s Basketball Tournament Field Set

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Blue Mountain Folf Course: Too Much Fun to Hike Past

By DEVIN SLATER-It seems like if there is anything you want to do outdoors you can find it at Blue Mountain. But honestly, I wouldn’t know those trails. I never get past the folf course. ... more

On the Grill: Colors of the Flag of Ireland…Kebabs

By PAUL SIDORIAK - This year for St. Patrick’s Day, I plan to represent the colors of the flag of Ireland on a shillelagh and make St. Patrick’s Day kebabs.... more

Hiking Blodgett Canyon Trail

By DONNA HULL - How long has it been since you’ve been to Blodgett Canyon, the Bitterroot Valley’s version of Yosemite? Long-time Missoula boomers have probably hiked Blodgett Canyon Trail more times than t... more

Getting the Vid But Missing the Point

BY BOB WIRE-I am not a millennial, but I’m old enough to have taken typing class in junior high, ridden in the back of station wagons with no seat belts, and cruised around on my ten-speed with no helmet. ... more

The Clark Fork River Walk (VIDEO)

By CATHERINE ORFANOS: The Montana campus was quiet. The Oval, empty. Puddles formed across the sidewalk and my path through campus zigzagged between them. ... more

Rattlesnake Valley: Wood’s Gulch to Sheep Mountain

By REBECCA KEITH- I lean up against Jasmine; my red, secondhand mountain bike and stew in frustration. The 11-mile ride from Wood’s Gulch to the top of Sheep’s Mountain was kicking my butt. ... more

Blue-Winged is the New Black

By ROB BREEDING- It's been my kind of winter: a blue-winged olive winter. Hardcore dry fly junkies know the sure signs of blue-winged weather: canceled ice-fishing and pond hockey tournaments. ... more

Desperate for Business?

By MARK RIFFEY - Are sales down? Don't get desperate. Get Facts. When an owner is desperate for business, (at least) two things often take place in an effort to turn things around:... more

Italian White Bread (Grandpa’s Bread)

By JONATHON HARTIG - This bread recipe reminds me of home and my grandfather, and it was a catalyst for me in pursuing a culinary profession.... more

Another Successful Pantry Challenge

By ERIN TURNER-It’s March. What's that mean? If you ask most, they'll say "March Madness" or St. Paddy's Day. If you ask our boys, they'll exclaim it's the "end of the pantry challenge". YEEHAW!... more

This Week’s Arts & Culture Scene | March 2

Here's a look at what's happening this week in Missoula from music to dance, theatre to museum exhibits and more--brought to you by our friends at the Missoula Cultural Council.... more

Employers Can Reserve Space Now for Missoula Career Fair

ATTENTION EMPLOYERS: Employer registration is under way now for the Missoula Job Service Career Fair, April 21, at the Hilton Garden Inn. Sign-up Now!... more

Make it Missoula Monday | Week of March 2

Check out the various bands and live music all over Missoula sprinkled with an Independent film or a fundraiser. ... more