Valley Journal
Valley Journal

This Week’s e-Edition

Current Events

Latest Headlines

What's New?

Send us your news items.

NOTE: All submissions are subject to our Submission Guidelines.

Announcement Forms

Use these forms to send us announcements.

Birth Announcement
Obituary

Articles with the Tag: University of Montana

UM Bio Station awarded $9.5M for ocean climate change science UM Bio Station awarded $9.5M for ocean climate change science

From UM News Service          FLATHEAD LAKE — A new research project led by the University of Montana’s Flathead Lake Biological Station expands the impact of the station’s renowned expertise from mountain watersheds to ocean depths. Dubbed SUBSEA – th...

Bottoms up: UM course teaches students beer brewing Bottoms up: UM course teaches students beer brewing

MISSOULA — It’s typically not condoned for University of Montana students to skip classes to sample beer at 9 a.m., but there they were on a recent weekday morning sipping an IPA at Missoula’s Draught Works brewery. Lest you think of them as slackers, know this gathering wasn’t foc...

Incoming UM journalism faculty member wins Pulitzer Prize Incoming UM journalism faculty member wins Pulitzer Prize

News from UM News Service MISSOULA — When the 2024 Pulitzer Prizes were announced – the top prizes in American journalism – they had special impact thousands of miles away at the University of Montana School of Journalism. That’s because when the Washington Post’s thorou...

Free Masons award scholarships

News from Mission Valley Lodge #78 MISSION VALLEY — Mission Valley Lodge #78 Ancient Free and Accepted Masons in Polson is pleased to announce the award of five $10,000 scholarships to five seniors, one at each of the public high schools in Lake County. The scholarships are administered through the ...

 Legislative Notes  Legislative Notes

A recent University of Montana survey confirms what legislators have been hearing from our constituents: Montanans are seriously concerned about several issues that they say are negatively impacting quality of life.  Among the findings, 90% think that urban sprawl eating up open lands is a problem, 8...

Valley Views

Since the 2023-2024 respiratory season began Oct. 1, 2023, 77 Montanans have died due to COVID, and close to 700 COVID hospitalizations have occurred. The severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2, more commonly referred to as SARS-CoV-2, reared its proverbial ugly head in Montana four years ago, in...

Lewing to perform at UM on Feb. 25 Lewing to perform at UM on Feb. 25

MISSOULA — Neal Lewing, lifelong Montana singer/songwriter, actor, playwright, poet, author and educator, will return to UM to celebrate 50 years since matriculating as a professional entertainer and help raise awareness of the need for music and musicians. Proceeds benefit the UM Music Scholarship pro...

Lewing to perform at UM on Feb. 25

MISSOULA — Neal Lewing, lifelong Montana singer/songwriter, actor, playwright, poet, author and educator, will return to UM to celebrate 50 years since matriculating as a professional entertainer and help raise awareness of the need for music and musicians. Proceeds benefit the UM Music Scholarship pro...

Montana Transparency Project announces Jan. 3, 2024, launch

HELENA — Government transparency is getting another watchdog in Montana with the creation and launch of the Montana Transparency Project (MTP), a non-profit, nonpartisan initiative dedicated to helping organizations and individuals prepare and keep track of public information requests, educating local ...

Governor Gianforte takes trip to strengthen Montana-Taiwan bond Governor Gianforte takes trip to strengthen Montana-Taiwan bond

News from the office of Governor Gianforte TAIPEI — Governor Greg Gianforte recently met with President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan to strengthen Montana’s relationship with its longstanding partner and ally. “Montana and Taiwan share nearly four decades of history as trading partners an...


«123456...2021»

Sponsored by: