Tester: Trump's growing budget deficit could put a pinch on infrastructure
Sen. Jon Tester on Thursday named infrastructure as a priority as Congress sits down to craft the 2021 budget, though funding the growing list of projects could be challenging as the nation's deficit soars.
Daines credits 2017 tax cuts for creating jobs, raising wages
Trump denies interference in Roger Stone's federal sentencing
Disclosure reports shed light on U.S. Senate candidate backgrounds
Proposed Trump budget threatens Superfund, National Park Service
Deal between Alaska, American airlines to benefit Missoula, West Coast passengers
Those who fly from from Missoula could find it easier to access international cities from Seattle and Los Angeles in a deal announced this week between Alaska and American airlines.
Missoula Business Weekly: Residential data has home prices up over prior week
Fire Department asks City Council to start planning for new station, more personnel
Gunman fires on police; lockdown disrupts government as officers inundate downtown
Fully occupied with new businesses, Missoula Merc brings 'SoBro' back to life
Two elk found exposed to brucellosis in Ruby Mountains
Two elk sampled recently in the Ruby Mountains were found to be seropositive for brucellosis, indicating they’ve been exposed to the disease.
Coming weeks will determine western Montana's water supply
Butte releases consent decree on Superfund cleanup
Forest advocates: Nez Perce Clearwater Forest plan favors resource extraction
City and county of Missoula working with NW Energy on clean electricity goals
Voices: Montana’s elk hunting traditions worth preserving, but need work
With our strong elk herds comes challenges in their management. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is faced with a constant balancing act – hunters want a lot of elk, and landowners want fewer.
Evan Barrett: Truth, Trump and the U.S. economy
Sustainable Missoula: Big Sky Film Festival takes the 'Zero by Fifty' pledge
Whitney Williams: Access to our lands is under attack; Montana deserves better
Montana voices: Fight socialism with better ideas, not bigger bullets
Arts & Events
Harmon's Histories: Missoula's Office City celebrates 100 years, fanciful family history
In March 1920, Claude Elder had a chance to buy a well-established local business originally located in the 100 block of West Main Street, next door to the Missoulian newspaper & print shop, then moved to the Florence Hotel Building. The business was called “Office Supply."