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Sisters Michelle and Aline Dufflocq-Williams piled into a taxi at John F. Kennedy airport on June 23, 2020, fresh off a connecting flight taking them from Missoula to Salt Lake City to New York. They were separated from the driver by a large sheet of Plexiglas. Unlike the last time they were… Read more

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Stand-up comedy isn’t something that comedians are meant to do alone. Stand-up is done in small, dark bars and clubs with low ceilings and small tables. The audience shares the same air as the… Read more

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The University of Montana Speech and Debate Team’s plans were cut short last March when its trip to San Diego for nationals was canceled, and the team prepared for competitions held virtually. Read more

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The Day of Remembrance, Feb. 19, was put in place to remember the Japanese people who were taken from their homes and put into internment camps after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Fort Missoula was used as one of these camps. To honor this day Fort Missoula Historical Museum put together an e… Read more

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The sounds of bare feet slap the hardwood floor of the UC ballroom in unison. Fifteen masked people dressed in multicolored skirts sway their hips to the sound of the ipu heke, a traditional Polynesian instrument made by fusing two gourds together. Read more

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Cardboard signs and bright banners at the ready, community members rallied and protested in the subfreezing snow of downtown Missoula to demand greater climate and social action from local, state and national governments on Feb.15. Read more