Stevensville's Western Heritage Days this weekend

Celebrate the 32nd annual Western Heritage Days with a weekend of festivities in Stevensville, June 25 and 26. Steering Committee member Victoria Howell said Western Heritage Days is a celebration of Stevensville and the western expansion. “Heritage can be whatever you want it to be, as long ago or as...
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Missoula LGBTQ+ community celebrates Pride Month

MISSOULA, Mont. - On the heels of history made earlier this week when Las Vegas Raiders player Carl Nassib became the first out gay player in the NFL, the Western Montana LGBTQ+ Community Center is gearing up to celebrate Pride Month with its first Queers and Beers event since the pandemic started.
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Kids Count report shows improvements, ongoing struggles for families

MISSOULA, Mont. — The newly released Kids Count report reveals somewhat of a mixed bag for Montana children and families, but its numbers don’t include the full picture from the COVID-19 pandemic. The report comes out every year, looking at 16 different measures in four categories for all 50 states,...
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What Can You Expect At River City Roots Fest This Year?

Ok, here's a shocking confession - I've lived in Missoula for three years now, and I've never been to River City Roots Festival. I moved here in 2018, and the weekend that I arrived in town was the same weekend as River City Roots Fest. I didn't know it existed at the time, and I was pretty busy with the move, so it wasn't meant to be that year.

Festival season starts in Stevensville

Stevensville Western Heritage Days is back after a pandemic-induced hiatus. The committee is hoping this will be a banner year for attendance as people turn out to celebrate making it through a super challenging year and can now gather and enjoy this popular local festival. The festival, the 32nd annual, will be held Friday and Saturday, June 25 and 26.
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Photos: United Way's 'Day of Action' volunteer event

United Way of Missoula kicked off its annual “Day of Action” event which brought together nine different companies and nonprofits like Garden City Harvest to work on community projects in and around the Missoula area. United Way Development Manager Rosie Goldich said that Friday’s event aimed to harness the power of community to give back to the people of Missoula. Some of the projects include volunteer work at various community gardens, landscaping work and highway cleanup operations on I-90.