Zinke gets Interior staff into the “#sportsmen” spirit

As if riding a horse to his first day on the job wasn’t Montanan enough, Interior Sec.

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Ellie Hill Smith files finance complaint against mayoral candidate Lisa Triepke

Today we published a story about mayoral candidate Lisa Triepke's campaign surrogate, Wes Spiker, who offered some choice words about transients while partially clarifying his rather murky role in Triepke's campaign.

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Lisa Triepke campaign surrogate Wes Spiker goes off script

A Sept. 13 Missoulian guest column endorsing mayoral challenger Lisa Triepke seemed designed to prick nerves.

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Former Five Valleys Land Trust Director Grant Kier takes aim at Greg Gianforte's House seat

In the waning days of 2015, Grant Kier found himself in a tough spot.

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Documenting Bigfoot's small-town footprint

Seth Breedlove's production company, Small Town Monsters, makes documentaries about cryptids, sasquatches and monsters.

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Fraud? What fraud? Corey Stapleton doubles down on the doublespeak

A fight was months in the making.

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Magic Men, reviewed

Last Friday night, anyone looking for the Magic Men male striptease revue at the Dennison Theatre could just follow the screaming.

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Reese Phillips and the agony of the foot

Griz Nation must not be familiar with the news adage, "If it bleeds, it leads."

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Street Talk: Watcha readin'?

This week the Indy's cover story is all about the Missoula Book Festival.

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Cutting teachers for dummies: How to maximize pain and minimize profit at UM

Kevin McManigal is a lecturer in the geography and forestry departments at the University of Montana, where he teaches four courses in cartography and geographic information systems.

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The real history lesson behind Helena's Confederate monument

As debate over our nation's legacy of white supremacy continues to roil cities and towns from Charlottesville, Virginia, to Los Angeles, California, Confederate memorials fall like dominos.

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Are you prepared for the end of the world as you know it?

In summer 2002, I paddled a canoe out of the mouth of McIntyre Creek and into the north bay of Robinson Lake.

Sep 14, 2017

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In Bannack, Jaye Christensen keeps the music alive

Five days a week, Bannack State Park is a quiet place.

(News)   Sep 14, 2017

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Yellowstone at large: Veteran reporter Todd Wilkinson launches Mountain Journal

In May 2016, two years' worth of work by photographers, illustrators and acclaimed Bozeman-based writer David Quammen culminated in an issue of National Geographic dedicated solely to Yellowstone National Park.

(News)   Sep 14, 2017

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How fire season complicates elk season

On Sept 2, during opening weekend of archery season, Hellgate Hunters and Anglers president Kit Fischer was camped out with hunting buddies near a block management area, eager to get a jump on some elk.

(News)   Sep 14, 2017

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Is Missoula's population outgrowing house and home?

Scads of new residential buildings are rising in Missoula, projects with hundreds of new apartments to welcome the city's huddled masses for the right price.

(News)   Sep 14, 2017

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How to cover the Griz: like a wet blanket

Football season has arrived in Missoula, and with it a litany of enthusiastic Griz coverage from local news outlets.

(News)   Sep 14, 2017

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Street Talk: What you can't live without, and what you can't wait to leave behind

Asked Monday afternoon at Caras Park

(News)   Sep 14, 2017

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So now Max Baucus thinks single payer health care is an idea worth considering?

Before shipping off to China as U.S. ambassador in 2013, Max Baucus's last major accomplishment of a nearly 40-year career in the U.S. Senate was shepherding health care reform, later known as Obamacare, to passage.

(Etc.)   Sep 14, 2017

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Are we punishing the poor hard enough?

Michael DiFrancesco got a $185 ticket for possession of alcohol when he was 14 years old.

(Opinion)   Sep 14, 2017

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When it comes to 'global warming,' word choice matters

The U.S. Department of Agriculture, which is in charge of the Forest Service as well as several agricultural and food-related research agencies, recently told its staffers to avoid using the term "climate change."

(Opinion)   Sep 14, 2017

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Letters to the Editor

Mugging for a cause

Sep 13, 2017

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Remembering Esther Chessin

Over the past few days, a vase of flowers and a photo collage have occupied a table in the bustling seating area at Bernice’s Bakery.

(Indy Blog)   Sep 8, 2017

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The ACLU's Caitlin Borgmann on Trump, Charlottesville, and why the First Amendment is the least of her worries

The day Donald Trump was elected, the American Civil Liberties Union warned that if the president-elect tried to act on his slew of constitutionally dubious campaign promises, "We'll see him in court."

Sep 7, 2017

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