If given the option, I’ll always take the Green Olives over the other ones. But they are all good! That’s a great opening line when meeting someone new. I meet a lot of new people on the Radio each day and on the (mostly) daily walks around the block for fresh air. I’ll open the APP and listen in while checking out the neighborhood and sometimes see others questing the same Oxygen refreshment. I’ve been hoofing around often enough that they recognize me and think “That’s the weirdo who talks about Olives”. Sometimes I’ll lead off with “Did you know it takes 5 pounds of Grapes to make One pound of Raisins?” But that’s a story for another time.
Missoula Renters Vexing Problem, Nowhere to Plug Their EV
If you own a house, you can install your own fast charge station in your parking area. Missoula Renter's Vexing Problem, Nowhere to Plug Their EV.
Midtown Missoula Needs Your Help With The Masterplan Right Now!
The Missoula Midtown Association wants more of your feedback. You can take a community survey on the project website, where one survey taker will win $100. WhooHoo!
Missoula Tailgate Gets a Free First Taste Of Chick-Fil-A
Grizzlies fans were surprised with a tailgate visit from the Chick-fil-A Mobile Kitchen
Will Montana Beat the Freezing Sprinkler Blowout Challenge?
It's time to book the people who winterize the automatic lawn sprinklers. As the fall progresses in Montana, you’ll have to get the water out of those lines before the temperatures drop below freezing.
What Is That New Building Off Highway 93 South in Missoula?
New construction on what used to be an open lot off Highway 93 South between Fred's Appliance store and Transolution Lane in Missoula has begun
Burn Season Opens for Essential Projects in Missoula County
Fall burning season opened in Missoula County on October 1st for essential agriculture and prescribed wildland projects.
UPDATE: Chance to Own a Missoula County Eyesore in IRS Auction
UPDATE: The old Kings Hat Café and the building in front of it on the corner of Glacier Drive and Highway 93 will be sold at Public Auction in Missoula on October 26th. Minimum bids change as well.
Living in Montana Means You Are Least Likely to Go Broke! Whoohoo!
Montana looks good in a Consumer Affairs article about how long it takes to go broke when you find yourself canned. Depending on your banked savings and monthly costs this email said that each state had its own “Go Broke By Date" Where did we land?
The Montana Tourism Grant Program is Open Now, Hurry!
The Montana Office of Tourism Grant Program is accepting applications NOW for this year's cycle. Yes, there are guidelines you’ll need to know but in short, if your idea can develop or enhance out-of-the-area tourism, and recreation, and increase spending in your burg-You could get money for your town.
Missoula’s Dog Days of Summer: 5 Easy Tips to Help Cool Down
Not every living abode in Missoula or Montana has air conditioning. Here are some tips to help you stay cool.