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MISSOULA — Two former National Public Radio reporters will have a hand in directing the news at Montana Public Radio and shaping the next generation of journalists at the University of Montana.
Period costumes, cups of tea, bowler hats and the only butler in Montana celebrated the 30th anniversary of The Montana Public Broadcasting Service with a “Downton Abbey”-themed party at Buchanan Capital, 201 N. Broadway, on Sunday in Billings.
How do we stop Iran? Considering the threat that a nuclear-armed Iran would pose to Israel and the Middle East at-large, it’s a critical question to ask ourselves.
Salish poet Jennifer Greene is the featured guest on Thursday's episode of "The Write Question" radio show.
Attorney General Steve Bullock, a Democrat, and former U.S. Rep. Rick Hill, a Republican, will face off in a gubernatorial debate at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Petro Theatre on the Montana State University Billings campus.
U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont., and his main challenger, Rep. Denny Rehberg, R-Mont., will hold their first televised debate in Billings on Monday night. The debate, sponsored by Billings Gazette Communications and Montana State University Billings, starts at 7 p.m. in Petro Theatre on the MS…
HELENA — A new documentary, “The Code of the West,” does an outstanding job of capturing the tense debates at the 2011 Legislature — and really across Montana — about what to do about medical marijuana and the burgeoning industry it created here.
In the spring of 1892, an ambitious newspaperman looked through the grimy window of a passenger train as it arrived in Butte. Thick "sulphurous smoke" stung his eyes when he stepped outside and looked around. But John Fellowes Hall was not in Butte for the scenery. He didn't care that "the r…
"The Write Question," a weekly radio show that focuses on the writers and books of the American West, will feature novelist Bonnie Nadzam on Thursday.