Run for Sherry Arnold Brings Community Together
Runners, joggers and walkers of all ages showed up in Frenchtown for one of the Missoula area's organized "virtual runs" for missing Sidney teacher Sherry Arnold.
Photo Collection Shows Faces of War
In this collection of soldier portraits taken over the course of one unit's tour of duty, the faces tell the story of how war affects those closest to the action.
Local Runs Honor Missing Teacher
People in Missoula and all over the world will lace up their running shoes Saturday morning in remembrance of Sidney math teacher Sherry Arnold.
What’s Up With the Wind Chill Factor?
Strong winds in Missoula this week made mild temperatures feel downright chilly, which got me to thinking, what's the deal with the wind chill factor?
Hear KPAX News on the Radio
If you like watching the evening newscast but can’t always get to a TV, then we have great news for you.
What Do Groundhogs Know About Montana?
According to Punxutawney Phil, we only have six more weeks of winter. But most Montanans know that they should take this famous rodent's prediction with a grain of salt.
The Non-Football Fan’s Guide to the Super Bowl
Even if you wouldn't know a quarterback from quarter-pounder with cheese, you can still enjoy watching the biggest game in football. Just follow these simple tips to ensure that your Super Bowl experience is a winning endeavor.
Get Out of Town
Can't shake the wintertime blues? A dose of sunshine might be just what the doctor ordered.
Stuck in the Snow
After Missoula was hit with record snowfall this week, my car and I were not prepared for the road ahead. Fortunately, we live in a town with lots of people who are willing to lend a helping hand.
Big Sky Country Hits Big Milestone
Sometime in early January, our beloved home state finally surpassed the 1 million mark in the population category, leaving behind the lowly ranks of six-figure states such as Alaska, Wyoming and the Dakotas. But not everyone is happy about it.