Posted 2:00 PM 6/24/2010 by Allyson Weller
MISSOULA - A team of special needs cheerleaders is looking to expand its squad with a little help from Missoula.
Victoria Lebsack joined a special needs cheer team three months ago, "My favorite part would have to be getting exercise, and having a blast, and being a dork doing it."(More)
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Posted 9:40 AM 6/14/2010 by Laura Wilson
CLINTON - The "Love Your Mother Earth" Festival wrapped up on Sunday in Clinton and organizers say they hope that festival-goers will leave with something that will last them far beyond this weekend's concert series. The event started four years ago as a small and local music (More) • Photos (4)
Posted 10:09 AM 6/13/2010 by Laura Wilson
CLINTON - The fourth annual "Love Your Mother Earth" Festival is underway at Rock Creek Lodge.
Most people come to listen to music and browse the local vendors, but organizers of the event have a different motive for hosting this three-day concert series. What started as a small music (More)
Posted 9:13 AM 6/1/2010 by Allyson Weller
MISSOULA - Missoula fire officials say that they are no longer investigating the controlled burn that grew out of control Saturday afternoon on Spanish Peaks Drive.
Missoula City Fire and the Missoula Rural Fire District all responded to the burn on 451 Spanish Peaks Drive. Officials tell (More)
Posted 8:01 AM 5/30/2010 by Mark Thorsell
MISSOULA - A celebration is being planned in Missoula as Habitat for Humanity of Missoula has started work on their 40th, 41st and 42nd homes in Missoula.
An open house will be held from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 10th to celebrate the occasion. (More)
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Posted 11:07 AM 3/31/2010 by Robin O'Day
CLINTON - Band students at Clinton School are hitting some high notes over their new music software, thanks to this week's "One Class at a Time" Grant.
Music Teacher David Smith says his students are really engaged with the new program. It's called "Smart Music" and it's very similar to (More)
Posted 9:53 AM 3/1/2010
LOLO - Missoula County Rural Initiatives Office officials have been working with landowners in the northern part of Lolo in an effort to replace the current interim zoning rules.
They want to hear from residents in the next coming months to pin down some specifics as the interim zoning for (More)