Special session adjourns: GOP leaders, governor agree on budget fixes
HELENA — The Montana House and Senate adjourned the special legislative session early Thursday after Republican leaders and Gov. Steve Bullock agreed on a plan to fill the state budget and revenue gap with $231 million in cuts, transfers and other funds.
COPP dismisses campaign finance charges against Vent Missoula Facebook group
When will the special session adjourn? Puzzle pieces not yet in place
Montana Legislature: State budget bill passes both chambers
Tester strikes compromise with GOP in banking reforms to boost access to credit
Gas sales at Missoula Rosauers? Not so fast, says City Council
Rosauers officials learned there’s a lot more to putting in 10 gas pumps in a grocery store parking lot than you’d imagine during this week’s Missoula City Council meeting.
Girls explore industrial trades at Missoula College in push to break down stereotypes
Hellgate Gardens subdivision wins unanimous City Council approval over neighbors' protests
At Missoula College, state apprenticeships offer 'earn-while-you-learn' programs
City inching forward with tools to manage design standards, guidelines
Investigation: Attacks on campaign finance laws paved way for Gianforte victory
Montana Rep. Greg Gianforte helped seed the laissez-faire political money system that made his victory possible, having contributed significant funds through his nonprofit Gianforte Family Charitable Trust to several conservative organizations leading legal efforts to dismantle federal campaign finance regulations, a Center for Public Integrity investigation reveals.
Missoula Notebook: Trusted startup advice not successfully followed, and it's my fault
Montana Voices: Daines should never have endorsed Moore
Montana Voices: An opportunity wasted by Democrats, Republicans alike
Missoula County commissioners: State cuts impact local property taxpayers
Daines urges Park Service to extend comment period for planned fee increases
Daines, along with Sens. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Cory Gardner of Colorado, told the National Park Service Director Mike Reynolds on Wednesday that raising fees to the extent proposed would limit those who can afford to visit the nation's popular natural attractions.
Tester letter unheeded: Republicans move closer to opening ANWR to drilling
Montana Wilderness Association names new director as threat grows to public lands
Conservation groups laud decision to withhold portion of mine permit
Warning issued for newly burned areas: unstable snowpack, falling snags
Set for growth: UM-based biotech firm looks to slow age-related skin diseases
DermaXon, based in Missoula, looks to slow the biological mechanisms behind aging and prevent the onset of age-related skin disease. It's research at UM includes the biology of skin and diseases associated with aging.
UM offers 800 free tickets to veterans, firefighters to Satuday's football game
It's Griz vs. Cats in competition for food bank donations
UM art scholar: Medieval society integrated the dead into everyday life
UM research wing receives national award for website design
Must-see hoops: Lady Griz host Kentucky tonight, Gonzaga on Saturday
The Montana women's basketball team will host a pair of high-profile opponents this week when Kentucky and Gonzaga travel to Missoula for games. The Lady Griz will host the Wildcats on Thursday at 7 p.m. at Dahlberg Arena, the Bulldogs at 7 p.m. on Saturday.
Montana basketball: Grizzlies fall late at Penn State
Saturday in Bozeman: Griz seek redemption against Cats
Montana meets Penn State Wednesday, looking for second Power 5 shocker
Montana earns signature victory with win at Pitt
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Engen secures mandate, another term as Missoula's mayor
Voters stayed the course on Tuesday by giving Missoula's incumbent mayor, John Engen, another four years in office, banking on the city's steady progress over the issue of taxes raised by his opponent. Engen secured more than 58 percent of the vote in Tuesday's election.