Missoulian

Montana News
4:52 pm
Tue September 23, 2014

Missoulian Welcomes New Publisher

Mark Heintzelman has been named the new publisher of the Missoulian.
Credit Kurt Wilson- Missoulian

The Missoulian newspaper is welcoming a new publisher.

Mark Heintzelman says newspaper reporters face new challenges in gathering news and their readers want to access those stories in brand new ways. Heintzelman says it's his job to help both accomplish their goals.

He succeeds Jim McGowan who's now working as the Missoulian's Sales and Marketing director.

Heintzleman comes to the Garden City from Carlisle, Pennsylvania where he most recently worked as the publisher of The Sentinel newspaper.

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Betsy Cohen Remembered
12:52 pm
Wed March 5, 2014

Remembering reporter Betsy Cohen: “best of the best”

Reporter Betsy Cohen
Credit Missoulian

Missoula lost an important voice this week, when long time Missoulian reporter Betsy Cohen died of breast cancer. The 49-year-old Cohen's byline appeared on thousands of stories in her 18-year journalism career, first as a reporter for the Montana Standard, and since 1998, for the Missoulian.

Cohen's work garnered numerous awards and the respect and admiration of her many peers, newsmakers and readers.
    News Director Sally Mauk spoke this week with some of Cohen's friends and colleagues and has this remembrance.

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Walsh Appointment
5:52 pm
Fri February 14, 2014

Bullock says he was not in touch with Democratic operatives on Walsh appointment

Gov. Steve Bullock, Lt. Gov. John Walsh and Walsh's wife, Janet on the day of Walsh's appointment to the U.S. Senate.
Credit Dan Boyce

Governor Steve Bullock said Friday he spoke to no Democratic Party officials ahead of appointing John Walsh to the U.S. Senate other than to tell Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid the issue was “none of your damn business.”

This is in response to criticism from the state GOP, which has described the move as a political backroom deal orchestrated to help Democrats maintain control of the Senate in the 2014 election.

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