This video is an episode of Local Loam, a series that highlights successful advocacy groups that stand for building excellent trails.
The Clark Fork River Market announced its plans for 2021 to move to a temporary location at 101 Carousel Dr on May 1.
By the third design, GoodVoice had rediscovered her center. Thus, the new pattern’s name, ‘I am Centered’. It means being centered within oneself. GoodVoice relied on her experience growing up in the native church. “You learn to stay centered on the road you walk.”
PaddleHeads to make on-field debut Saturday, May 22, 2021. 20 games have been added to previous league schedules. After 2020 saw the first year in Missoula without professional baseball since 1999 due to COVID – 19 – today, the Missoula […]
While usually a wonderful and fun family experience throughout the winter, skiing and snowboarding does pose risks like many other sports and outdoor activities. It’s usually good for parents and kids to go over a few safety tips and sage advice before the season starts.
Woohoo! – The MUG is half a year old. As we head into 2021, we thought it’d be fun to whip up a slideshow of our Weekend Highlights graphics from when we launched our little community site in 2020.
Who had the fastest gun, or the fastest pen maybe? Who was the best Western story teller? Would you believe me if I told you the best in the West was a woman from Whitefish, Montana named Dorothy M. Johnson?
In 1959, Montana born movie star Gary Cooper wrote an article for Ebony Magazine about Mary Fields. He said of her, “Born a slave somewhere in Tennessee, Mary lived to become one of the freest souls ever to draw breath, or a .38.”
The “Hidden Lady” of Cranky Sam Public House in Missoula hasn’t moved from this position since early in the last century – and yet, she came a long way to get back to her original glory.
All manner of speed and special bikes were on display for the discerning motorcyclists in attendance to ogle and cast votes for Best in Show honors.
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