Big Sky Country Hits Big Milestone
Sometime in early January, our beloved home state finally surpassed the 1 million mark in the population category, leaving behind the lowly ranks of six-figure states such as Alaska, Wyoming and the Dakotas. But not everyone is happy about it.
What’s Your Missoula Bar? Take This Quiz
Each bar in Missoula has a distinct vibe and character — just like each of you. Take this quiz to find out which Zoo Town hotspot is most compatible with your personality.
Sean Kelly’s Makes Bingo Cool
If your experience with Missoula’s nightlife is limited to Friday and Saturday nights, you’re totally missing out. Case in point: Hump Night Bingo at Sean Kelly’s.
Wasting Away in the Garden City
According to the Food Network, American food producers and distributors throw away thousands of pounds of food every day. But is this happening in Missoula too?
The Winter That Wasn’t
The last couple of weeks have felt more like a spring thaw than the dead of winter, which has Montanans everywhere wondering what gives.
Missoula UPS Drivers Take Pledge
More than 40 local UPS drivers pledged to abstain from texting while behind the wheel in support of our TXTING KILLS MONTANA-Arrive Alive Don't Text and Drive campaign.
KYSS-mas Kids Stop By
If there is one thing better than the feeling you get from helping less-fortunate children, it’s the feeling you get when you hear words of gratitude from the children that benefited from your generosity.
Few Complaints Over Tobacco Ban
Since enacting a campus-wide ban on tobacco products this past fall, UM officials have received few complaints over the policy.
5 Best Missoula Freebies
If there is one thing I learned from my life as a college student, it’s how to sniff out a bargain. Luckily, a handful of Missoula establishments have taken good deals to the next level by offering goods and services at a 100-percent discount. Here...
Senate Race Heats Up
Montanans should have extra motivation to hit the polls in November, as the 2012 election cycle could be the most important one the state has seen in years.
A Spring Run in January
There's nothing like a dose of spring weather to get people thinking about exercise. Plenty of Missoulians took advantage of Tuesday's heat wave to get in a quality workout.
Time to Tree-cycle
Your Christmas tree lasted through the holidays, but it won't last forever. Find out what to do with it when it's past its prime.