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

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

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Frugal Gardening Tips

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Lady Griz Draw Notre Dame in NCAA Tournament

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

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Big Sky Suspends NAU Head Coach for Postgame Incident Against Montana

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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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Griz Begin 2015 Spring Football Drills Monday, March 9th

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Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament Information

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

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Lady Griz fall at Bozeman 65-57

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Big Sky Women’s Basketball Tournament Field Set

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Blue Mountain Folf Course: Too Much Fun to Hike Past

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

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Hiking Blodgett Canyon Trail

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Getting the Vid But Missing the Point

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The Clark Fork River Walk (VIDEO)

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Rattlesnake Valley: Wood’s Gulch to Sheep Mountain

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Blue-Winged is the New Black

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Desperate for Business?

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Italian White Bread (Grandpa’s Bread)

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Another Successful Pantry Challenge

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This Week’s Arts & Culture Scene | March 2

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Employers Can Reserve Space Now for Missoula Career Fair

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Griz Remain in Big Sky Title Hunt with 77-76 Win at EWU

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Lady Griz Clinch Outright Title, Hosting Rights to BSC Tournament

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Kim Williams Trail: The Unexpected Wilderness in My Backyard

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Gregory’s Career-High 36 Points Not Enough as Griz Lose to Idaho in 2 OT

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Lady Griz Cinch Share of Big Sky Title

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Rattlesnsake Recreation Area

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Kimchi

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Missoula: Ten Books I Could Write About Us

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“9-1-1 On Steroids” Can Save Your Life

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Griz at Idaho Thursday, Feb 26th

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Lady Griz Host Final Regular-Season Home Games

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Do You Value Your Clientele?

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Early Start to the Fishing Season

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DIRECTV’s Local Transformation Offers New Job Opportunities to Missoulians

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UM Sports Trivia | Week of Feb 23

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The Best Way to Clean a Kitchen Sink

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Breunig Earns League Honor

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5th Annual Winter Brewfest Comes to Caras Park, Fri. Feb 27

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Griz Defeat Wildcats 74-63 for Fifth Big Sky Win in a Row

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Lady Griz Win 64-60, Complete Two-Game Road Sweep

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Griz Host Bengals Thursday, Feb 19

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We Have No Time for Yoga Pants

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Snow or No Snow: Parks and Rec Hosts Winter Carnival at Marshall Mountain

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Lady Griz Facing Important Road Trip at Idaho State and Weber State

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MakeItMissoula.com Partners with VolunteerMissoula.org to Highlight Local Nonprofits

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Shake Off the Winter Blues and Try Some Brews

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Small Town Seeley Lake Working to Create a Big Nordic Ski Vision

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Rocket Mass Heaters: The Absurdly Efficient, Cheap, and Comfortable Way to Heat Your Home

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UM Sports Trivia | Week of Feb 16

By CHRIS WALTERSKIRCHEN- Thursday night's matchup of the Oregon State Beavers and the Utah Utes will feature two of UM's top all-time players in Wayne Tinkle and Larry Kryskowiak-now head coaches. ... more

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Griz Win an Emotional Triple Overtime Thriller, 83-81 at UNC

By DAVE GUFFEY -Jordan Gregory made two clutch free throws with 2.2 seconds left in the third overtime, and the visiting Griz defeated Northern Colorado 83-81 in a BSC game Saturday evening. ... more

Bears Rally Late, Stun Lady Griz at Dahlberg Arena

By JOEL CARLSON-Northern Colorado trailed by 10 points with eight minutes remaining Saturday afternoon against Montana at Dahlberg Arena, where the Lady Griz had won 23 straight games against Big Sky Conference... more