February 20, 2020
Hundreds of people packed the Wilma Wednesday night for a community conversation about climate change. Hosted by Climate Smart Missoula and other organizations, the event welcomed climate change expert Rob Davies, a professor at Utah State University.
February 17, 2020
Amy Allison Thompson, executive director of the Poverello Center, recognizes they can be a challenging neighbor to have at times, but with a little bit of communication, she’s hoping they can work through these issues.
February 15, 2020
In March 1920, Claude Elder had a chance to buy a well-established local business originally located in the 100 block of West Main Street, next door to the Missoulian newspaper & print shop, then moved to the Florence Hotel Building. The business was called “Office Supply."
February 14, 2020
The world now faces a bona fide crisis. A great deal is beginning to shift in our response to climate change; however, it does not yet come close to rising to the response that is required.
February 13, 2020
As evidenced from the near sold out concert at the Wilma Theatre on Wednesday night, Dr Dog continues to tap into new and younger listeners while keeping the older ones.
February 12, 2020
The first time the Magic City Hippies - an alternative funk band based out of Miami - played Missoula's Top Hat in February 2019, it was 10 degrees and a blizzard. Only 50 people braved the conditions that day, but the band played on.
February 11, 2020
Archaeology students and researchers at the University of Montana have discovered artifacts in downtown Missoula that illuminate the lives of people from more than a century ago.
February 9, 2020
Samuel A. Elder’s West Main Street shop wasn’t just any smithy, and Elder was not just any blacksmith. He quickly adapted from general horseshoeing, plow sharpening and wagon wheel repair to a specialty shop, making custom shoes for racehorses. That required an artist.