Many families across Montana and Idaho rely upon the support and service of the Ronald McDonald House in Missoula. But the facility does much more than house them in difficult times. In this video, families and staff describe the need in their own words.
VIDEO: Nearly 100 students at Sentinel High School joined their peers across Missoula and much of the nation in leaving class to remember the 17 victims of the Florida school shooting and to call on Congress to enact sensible gun reform.
The month of February flew by in a flash, but it was packed full of news in Missoula and across Montana. As we celebrate the arrival of March – and warmer temperatures – here’s a look back on the month of February as reported by our team at the Missoula Current.
The students left class at noon to take part in a national wave of walkouts following the shooting at a Florida high school that left 17 dead last week. It was just the latest in a series of mass murders, and the Missoula students said they've had enough.
Throughout the month of January, Missoula continued its evolution, one that can hardly be measured in 31 days. But the wheels of our growing city continue to turn, and each small story adds to the larger narrative. Here's a look back at January's headlines.