The recent fires in Lolo caused many people to have to evacuate their homes and live their lives differently in general. Lolo Creek Steakhouse was no exception. The restaurant known for its rugged decor and impressive grill (as well as the steaks that come off of it), was forced to shut its doors for a week while the fires were at their worst. Now that the fires are well on their way to being contained, Lolo Creek Steakhouse is reopening! To celebrate their return, we are giving away a $50 gift certificate and tickets to the sold out Griz football home opener against Appalachian State on Saturday, Aug. 31.
Excitement is high for this University of Montana football season, especially when the very first game is against one of the most successful programs in the country, Appalachian State, on Saturday, August 31.
Newstalk Radio KGVO 1290 AM and 101.5 FM will again be the flagship stations for the Montana Grizzlies this football season, and the long-time play-by-play team of Mick Holien and Scott Gurnsey will be behind the microphone again.
You know that person at work that is holding the whole operation together? Every building has one. Not the boss, but the person who is making the boss look good. Making sure everybody gets their paychecks on time and putting the smack down on any shenanigans? We have one of those here at Townsquare Media Missoula and we love her to death. She is the great and powerful Nonda Beardsley. She has an infectious laugh and a brilliant mind, and we will miss her dearly, as Friday, Aug. 9 is her last day with the company.
After a long, hot summer, and an NCAA report in the rear-view mirror, the University of Montana football team prepares for the 2013 season, as players report on Sunday, with the first practice on Tuesday, August 6.
As of August 1, nearly all of southwestern Montana will be under stage one fire restrictions. The new restrictions bring limitations to both smokers and campers that all Montana residents should be aware of.
The NCAA report involving the Montana Grizzly football program was released on Friday. University of Montana President Royce Engstrom said the university's self-imposed sanctions were instrumental in the NCAA's findings, and that the university sought legal experts to help in that effort.
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