Monday's Montanan features Montana people doing interesting and important things. Here are this year's profiles.
Taped to the wall and cupboard at Alberton School’s kitchen are some of the handwritten recipes that head cook Connie Dove uses to make meals …
Maria Gurreri knew she wanted to have a career as a nurse when she was just 5 years old. Most kids that age change their minds a few dozen tim…
From the day Zach Ford walked into The Sports Exchange, he knew he wanted to own it, from the piles of hats and gloves, to the racks of skis a…
It's Friday at Ear Candy Music, which means it's release day. John Fleming is steadily receiving shipments and checking to make sure his vinyl…
When Jason Forges was accepted into AmeriCorps, he was given two options: Either work in sunny Sacramento, California, with a population of ab…
John Horner hopes the next year will continue a trend of more business development in Missoula, and he's ready to do his part to help make it happen.
Melissa Matassa-Stone estimates that when she was an undergraduate at Georgia Tech in the engineering school, there were four men enrolled for…
If you've browsed the gift cards at Rockin' Rudy's or the Good Food Store, you've probably seen Janet McGahan's watercolors of bison, chickade…
When clinical sexologist and sex educator Lindsey Doe left the University of Montana, she feared instruction about human sexuality would end.
In the late 2000s, while working at homeless shelters in Oregon, Theresa Williams first heard of cities around the county launching 10-year pl…
Sitting on a bench alongside the Clark Fork River, Bruce Farling was having a little bit of difficulty concentrating on an interview about his…
As recently as 10,000 years ago, giant ground sloths the size of elephants, 20 feet long and weighing in at more than 6,000 pounds, roamed the…
Whether she’s at the mall, stopping in to a movie on Reserve Street, or hiking in the North Hills, Laurie Johnson gets the same line from inqu…
Nuclear fallout doesn’t typically promote fertility, but it certainly spurred Mike Chessin’s growth as a scientific activist.
From a turquoise-encrusted bison skull to a $250,000 art piece to a 6-foot mounted African antelope called a kudu, Dave Shappee has ensured th…
POLSON — When he turned 18 years old, John Payne was required to present himself at a United States embassy and declare which nation he would …
Barb Simon led the way up the stairs to First Presbyterian’s stage, replacing her snow-friendly slip-on shoes not with sneakers, a la Mr. Roge…
Thelma Baker, owner of the Thunderbird Motel in Missoula and one of Montana’s three Electoral College voters, is heading to the nation’s capit…
Ruby Jenni, a 13-year-old Missoula International School student and dancer at Rocky Mountain Ballet Theatre, landed a full scholarship to study ballet at an academy in Portugal last year.
There’s a good chance that most Missoulians don’t know much about their newly elected state legislator Shane Morigeau, including how to say hi…