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Articles with the Tag: University of Montana

Skate Ignatius turns 10 Skate Ignatius turns 10

ST. IGNATIUS – Roughly 100 skateboarders with varying ages and skills from around Montana came to show off their best tricks and celebrate Skate Ignatius skate park’s 10-year anniversary.  Saturday’s skate jam was “fantastic” according to skate park coordinator Kristie N...

Montana team to livestream, capture data from eclipse Montana team to livestream, capture data from eclipse

News from the University of Montana MISSOULA – This August, the University of Montana will participate in a nationwide, NASA-sponsored project to livestream aerial video footage and gather scientific atmospheric data during the Great American Eclipse. A team of students and faculty comprised of...

Briefs for July 19, 2017

Women’s football clinic to support Charlo athletics   CHARLO- Vikings, Guts and Glitter Women’s Football Clinic will be held this year on Saturday, Aug. 19, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  A $60 entry fee includes breakfast, lunch and a half day in the classroom learning about footbal...

3 locals play in Shriner hospital benefit football game 3 locals play in Shriner hospital benefit football game

BILLINGS – On Saturday, three local standout senior football players competed in their final prep game during the 71st Annual East-West Shrine football game held at the Herb Klindt Field located on the Rocky Mountain College campus in Billings. Kasey Mock, Matthew Rensvold and Tanner Wilson represen...

NFL players teach skills to local kids NFL players teach skills to local kids

POLSON – With the high school football season a mere month away, more than 50 middle school and high school athletes took advantage of an opportunity to improve their gridiron skills on Thursday during the first annual Uptop/Colt Anderson Skills Camp.  Throughout the two-day non-contact camp, a...

Few options exist for parents battling a child’s meth addiction Few options exist for parents battling a child’s meth addiction

By Callahan Peel UM School of Journalism Celes Castrol remembers that day in eighth grade when she and her friends discovered the meth pipes in one girl’s parents’ room.  Castrol and her friends decided to test them out, and from that point on, Castrol was hooked. She used on and of...

ERs emerge as the frontline in the meth war ERs emerge as the frontline in the meth war

Dr. Doug Melzer usually works nights in the emergency room at St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula. He spends most of his time dealing with the usual emergency room fare: heart attacks, pneumonia, broken hips.  But about once a week he treats patients coming into the emergency room because they’re ...

Silent powwow gives women voice Silent powwow gives women voice

PABLO – Marita Growing Thunder’s graduation ceremony from Polson High School on Saturday, June 3, marked the finish point of her yearlong project to give voice to missing or murdered indigenous women.  “As many times as I wanted to give up, I made it,” she said. She vowed t...

Bear spray skills taught at festival Bear spray skills taught at festival

PABLO – A sub-adult grizzly bear weighing 390 pounds stood on the grass at Salish Kootenai College to welcome people to the Fifth Annual Community Birds and Bears Festival on Thursday. The grizzly looked like it might be walking through campus on its way to forage for food, but it turns out that it ...

Meth production shifts to industrial labs Meth production shifts to industrial labs

It was a bust made to go viral.  Following a 2013 shooting between father and son, Walter White was arrested for meth distribution in Billings. White, who shares his name with the fictional meth dealer from the television program “Breaking Bad,” had been caught after the fight over a $10,...


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