About half of the students at Missoula’s Big Sky High School left early Thursday, following the discovery of graffiti in a girls bathroom Thursday morning. A press release from Missoula County Public Schools said he graffiti read, "Don't be at Big Sky at 1:20."
- Ballot Initiative Would Re-authorize Montana Medicaid Expansion
- UM's Spring Enrollment Declines By 5.4 Percent
- Threat Disrupts Classes At Missoula's Big Sky High School
- More Bison Illegally Released From Yellowstone Park Holding Pen
- Montana Offers New Apprenticeships For Brain Injury Care
- Challenge Offers $100,000 For New Ideas On Eradicating Invasive Mussels
Half a year after a memorable fire season shrouded Montana in thick gray skies, burned more than a million acres and caused tens of millions of dollars in budget shortfalls, scientists at the University of Montana are saying Montanans should get used to it.
Over forty years ago, as part of the David Grisman Quintet, multi-instrumentalist Darol Anger became a young founding father of "Dawg Grass," an influential melding of bluegrass, newgrass, classical and jazz. He has continued breaking musical ground ever since, with the Turtle Island String Quartet, Montreux, Fiddlers Four, Psychograss, the Republic of Strings, Mike Marshall, Barbara Higbie, Scott Nygaard, Phil Aaberg and many others. He's a professor at the Berklee College of Music and an instructor at fiddle camps around the world.