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Missoula Community Weekly strives to provide fresh, substantive, and engaging stories about issues affecting the Missoula Community.

Latest Episodes

Missoula DIY Scene ft. Matt Saincome

EAdditional interviews include: Rob Cave, Mia, Soza, and Rashid Abdel Ghafur.

-1 sAUG 29
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Missoula DIY Scene ft. Matt Saincome

Asbestos Contamination at the University of Montana

Paul Hamby has been covering the closure of McGill Hall due to asbestos contamination since asbestos was first discovered in December. He sits down with us in this episode to summarize what's happened so far, and look at what UM might do in the future.

18 MINMAR 16
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Asbestos Contamination at the University of Montana

States of Incarceration: Restorative Justice

Restorative Justice is an alternative to the current incarceration system in the United States. Restorative Justice focuses on rehabilitation and reconciliation within the community, rather than punishment of assumed criminality. In this episode we look at various ways Montanans are participating in restorative justice.

44 MIN2018 DEC 18
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States of Incarceration: Restorative Justice

Episode 8: The Great Steve Bannon Sex Robot Sex Robot Conference that Never Was

In late October, organizers announced that former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon would be the keynote speaker at a joint conference on Computer Entartainment and Sex Robots. Then it got wierd.

29 MIN2018 DEC 7
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Episode 8: The Great Steve Bannon Sex Robot Sex Robot Conference that Never Was

Bonus Episode: Please Feed the Bears

Ryan O'Connell reports on the now-dead tradition of wrangling captive bear cubs to use as football mascots at UM in the first half of the 20th century.

11 MIN2018 DEC 4
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Bonus Episode: Please Feed the Bears

Episode 7: Legislative Referendums, Boring but Important

LR-128 and 129 offer voters important decisions to make about the future of Montana's public universities and voting access. This episode takes a quick look at both measures.

-1 s2018 OCT 26
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Episode 7: Legislative Referendums, Boring but Important

Episode 6: I-185, the Tobacco Tax

We’re starting a series on the ballot initiatives that you’ll see on your midterm election ballot this year. And we’re kicking things off with I-185, or the Tobacco Tax.

-1 s2018 OCT 20
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Episode 6: I-185, the Tobacco Tax

The Shuttering of the Missoula Independent

Indy staffers Derek Brouwer and Erika Fredrickson sit down with us just a week after the Independent was abruptly shut down by Lee Enterprises.

24 MIN2018 SEP 20
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The Shuttering of the Missoula Independent

After the Flood

This Spring, Missoula saw its worst flooding since 1975. However, it could be just the start, as changes to the riverbed are likely to cause yearly flooding. NWS Hydrologist Ray Nickless tells us why.

17 MIN2018 SEP 13
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After the Flood

The Foundation

An investigation by the Montana Kaimin finds tens of millions of dollars invested offshore by the University of Montana Foundation.

-1 s2018 AUG 30
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The Foundation

Latest Episodes

Missoula DIY Scene ft. Matt Saincome

EAdditional interviews include: Rob Cave, Mia, Soza, and Rashid Abdel Ghafur.

-1 sAUG 29
Comments
Missoula DIY Scene ft. Matt Saincome

Asbestos Contamination at the University of Montana

Paul Hamby has been covering the closure of McGill Hall due to asbestos contamination since asbestos was first discovered in December. He sits down with us in this episode to summarize what's happened so far, and look at what UM might do in the future.

18 MINMAR 16
Comments
Asbestos Contamination at the University of Montana

States of Incarceration: Restorative Justice

Restorative Justice is an alternative to the current incarceration system in the United States. Restorative Justice focuses on rehabilitation and reconciliation within the community, rather than punishment of assumed criminality. In this episode we look at various ways Montanans are participating in restorative justice.

44 MIN2018 DEC 18
Comments
States of Incarceration: Restorative Justice

Episode 8: The Great Steve Bannon Sex Robot Sex Robot Conference that Never Was

In late October, organizers announced that former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon would be the keynote speaker at a joint conference on Computer Entartainment and Sex Robots. Then it got wierd.

29 MIN2018 DEC 7
Comments
Episode 8: The Great Steve Bannon Sex Robot Sex Robot Conference that Never Was

Bonus Episode: Please Feed the Bears

Ryan O'Connell reports on the now-dead tradition of wrangling captive bear cubs to use as football mascots at UM in the first half of the 20th century.

11 MIN2018 DEC 4
Comments
Bonus Episode: Please Feed the Bears

Episode 7: Legislative Referendums, Boring but Important

LR-128 and 129 offer voters important decisions to make about the future of Montana's public universities and voting access. This episode takes a quick look at both measures.

-1 s2018 OCT 26
Comments
Episode 7: Legislative Referendums, Boring but Important

Episode 6: I-185, the Tobacco Tax

We’re starting a series on the ballot initiatives that you’ll see on your midterm election ballot this year. And we’re kicking things off with I-185, or the Tobacco Tax.

-1 s2018 OCT 20
Comments
Episode 6: I-185, the Tobacco Tax

The Shuttering of the Missoula Independent

Indy staffers Derek Brouwer and Erika Fredrickson sit down with us just a week after the Independent was abruptly shut down by Lee Enterprises.

24 MIN2018 SEP 20
Comments
The Shuttering of the Missoula Independent

After the Flood

This Spring, Missoula saw its worst flooding since 1975. However, it could be just the start, as changes to the riverbed are likely to cause yearly flooding. NWS Hydrologist Ray Nickless tells us why.

17 MIN2018 SEP 13
Comments
After the Flood

The Foundation

An investigation by the Montana Kaimin finds tens of millions of dollars invested offshore by the University of Montana Foundation.

-1 s2018 AUG 30
Comments
The Foundation
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