Joe Nickell has been synonymous with the music and entertainment culture in Missoula for nearly a decade, and as early as tomorrow The Missoulian will no longer have Nickell’s keen vocabulary to promote our local arts scene.
It’s garage sale season! Do you have any used items or crafts that you’d like to unload? Make your trash someones treasure at our upcoming Spring Sale. We have plenty of booths left for you to reserve.
The event will take place on Saturday, June 2nd at the Missoula County Fairgrounds in the Mercantile Lane area from 8A – 3P. Booth size is 10’ X 20’ and booths are available for just $35.00; add additional booths for just $10.00 each. Set-up will begin at 6:00A that morning and continues until gates open at 8A.
The Al Qaeda regime has requested assistance from supporters to set fire to the forests in Montana. This according to the popular terror online magazine known as ‘Inspire.’ On the website, a column writer goes into extensive detail on how to create what are known as ‘ember bombs’ and recommends that followers set their targets on the residents of Montana, as well as various other densely populated forest areas in America.
In an effort to continue meeting graduation goals in the Missoula school district, Superintendent Denise Juneau has spearheaded Graduation Matters Montana. This local organization is on a mission to ensure that students in Montana state graduate and advance towards college and real-world professions.
According to their website, 65% of all Montana high schoolers are part of their community’s Graduation Matters program. That is 27,991 students! And in celebration, Townsquare Media is honoring graduates, along with their families and friends with a unique and exciting 3 days of fun:
Many of us would agree that our high school days were without a doubt the most exciting days of our young lives. High school was where we made our first friends, joined a sports team, challenged our own knowledge, and went through our first trials and tribulations in social scenarios. And it’s with all of these fantastic memories that we can’t help but feel good for the newest batch of students who have literally passed the tests to get where they are now. So, the question is:
When do high school seniors in the Missoula area graduate in 2012?
These Missoula County Public Schools, as well as surrounding area school graduation dates were approved by both the Board of Trustees at their February 2012 meeting, and superintendents in the rural counties near Missoula.
Last weekend many adventure seekers took a trip back in time to experience shipboard life, joined the camaraderie, and some even became first class! That special occasion, known as the Titanic Dinner, awaited attendees from near and far.
Anticipation filled the air as passengers boarded Titanic, dinner was served and a roving performer who took on the role of the late Captain Smith made the night even more memorable.
Remember that globe that would sit inside your classroom near the teachers desk? When you were younger you’d spin it and point your finger on places you could only dream of visiting? Imagine being able to take your classroom onto the high seas and having the adventure of a lifetime while actually being given a real world education. Well, rather than being confined within the same four classroom walls day-in day-out, this local family is setting sail with their children and teaching them on their own, upon the ocean blue!
As Missoula anticipates both the 3D Titanic re-release (and of course, our very own Titanic Dinner) it might be fun to look back on the 3-hour epic and all of its glory, and some of its unintentional bloopers.
It’s surprising to us that the movie with one of the biggest budgets in history didn’t have someone to double-check for mistakes and blunders. Titanic clocks in with a reported222 movie mistakes, goofs, bloopers and blunders.
Spring is here and Easter is right around the corner, so get ready to grab your basket and search for Easter treats! There will be several treats for children who are up to 12 years old. Last year’s event was a hopping success and this year’s Easter Treat Hunt will be just as fun.
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