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There is regular "comfort food" and then there is food of such sublime unctuousness that a different term is necessary: let's just call it "fried." Two offerings at Missoula's Double Front Cafe fall into this elevated category, and they aren't chicken.Offering #1: Kids love macaroni and cheese.
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The powwow is a public celebration and demonstration of community pride in Indian culture and a way of honoring Native American heritage.
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May 25, 1879 from The Weekly Missoulian: The Indians who were removed from Missoula are encamped at Frenchtown and say they will fight before they are removed to the reservation.
A 1963 painting called, 'Chief Charlo and the Flatheads Crossing the Bitterroot River,' by the late artist Sandy Ingersoll was brought to the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes headquarters as a permanent display by the wishes of the late Jim and Beryl Stover last Wednesday.
The Missoula City Council met for the first time with representatives from the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes to discuss economic development, supporting the city's Indian population, and Missoula's rich tribal history.
A mother from Laurel did something unexpected when testifying at a hearing - she held her cell phone to the lectern's microphone and played a message from her school district.
In 1998, a Missoula band called the Sputniks went on tour with a writer from the New Yorker .
Five Sasquatch bands you don't have to miss by Dameon Matule Follow the Clark Fork west into Washington state's Columbia River and you'll come to the one of the most stunning amphitheaters in North America: The Gorge.
City's poplar grove could be a model for managing waste by Jessica Mayrer On a recent sunny afternoon, Missoula Wastewater Treatment Facility Superintendent Starr Sullivan walks through a poplar grove that's dotted with deer scat, mossy patches and the shadows of birds flitting above.
The attorney for a Missoula man charged with stabbing a Dixon man to death in December says he plans to argue his client suffers from a mental disease or defect.
On May 20, Steve Zetterberg leaned back in a chair and propped his boots on what used to be the receptionist's desk at Highway Technologies' Missoula branch office.
The company that owns the former Kmart building in Missoula plans to raze it and construct buildings to house a Cabela's Outpost and a Kohl's Department Store.
The flames engulfed the bus near Williston on Sunday night. Company spokesman Kevin Pursey tells The Associated Press the 20 people on board got off safely, though the bus likely is destroyed.