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One of my first jobs was at KXNT AM 840 CBS talk radio in Las Vegas. I was new and learned something more experienced radio guys knew: sometimes what you say on the air is not what some people hear.
The following is a message from interim UM President Sheila Stearns, as the university prepares to begin a new era under new leadership:
The $30 million dream that eventually became the Missoula College was officially opened on Friday with a Salish prayer and blessing, and a ribbon cutting by Governor Steve Bullock.
Verizon has suddenly decided to reconsider its decision.
An old law discussing phonographs in Missoula is still in effect and if you use a "sound producing device" on or near public streets, police say you could get a ticket.
So in my Hollywood days as an actor, my friend tells me he just made a movie where his tongue gets stuck to a flag poll.
What? Yea it's winter and I lick a flag poll.
If you like movies about Santa, BB guns, rotten parents and dumb jokes, plus now musical numbers, enjoy A Christmas Story.
At around 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, Missoula Police initiated a traffic stop in the 4700 block of North Reserve Street.
Just as sure as the leaves turning colors, bears throughout western Montana are coming down into Missoula neighborhoods to gorge themselves on Missoula's abundant apple crop.
You can't say that! Or can you? Questions abound over Missoula City Council rule.
The Equifax breach continues to be big news. Today on Dominick In The Morning attorney Justin Stalpes of the firm Beck, Amsden & Stalpes Law Firm in Bozeman. talked about a class action lawsuit on behalf of the people of Montana.
Scientists are saying Montana's climate is becoming warmer and drier, and are advising farmers to find ways to store water and grow more drought-resistant crops.
The annual Voter Registration Day is Tuesday, September 26, and Missoula County election officials are preparing lots of informational activities to get residents involved in the voting process.
As the Rice Ridge Fire raged this summer, the residents in and around Seeley Lake suffered through historically hazardous smoke, day in and day out, and now, scientists are studying its effects.
While signature gathering is underway for initiative 183, also known as the Montana Locker Room Privacy Act, the Initiative’s proponents are already claiming a victory at the Montana Supreme Court this week.
Many Missoula County Public School classrooms are either full or over capacity.
Frenchtown transgendered woman pleads not guilty to two counts of deliberate homicide and remains in jail on $2 million bond.
The Missoula County Sheriff's Office has named Detective Rebecca Birket as the new School Resource Officer for 11 schools throughout the county.