House passes Tester bill to revamp troubled VA health care program
Lawmakers in the House of Representatives this week passed a legislative package that would overhaul the health care options for patients with the Department of Veterans Affairs and address the agency's workforce shortage.
Character protections for University District move to City Council for public hearing
Skipping recess not a gimmick to keep Dems from campaigning, Daines said
Montana AG intervenes in Whitefish woman's lawsuit against Neo-Nazi blogger
Citing obstructionism, Daines urges peers to work weekends to beat Senate deadlines
Missoula County makes $2M offer on downtown building for planning department
Looking for a new home for its planning department, Missoula County on Thursday made a $2 million offer on a downtown building, a move it says will cost less than a long-term lease.
Missoula Redevelopment Agency pledges $500K to library to save four-story design
Missoula City Council stuck with $175K bill for Art Park overruns, fundraising shortfall
Senate votes to save net neutrality rules; Tester votes yes, Daines no
Students set to move into Front Street project; three restaurants, clinic on tap
Letters: Nancy de Pastino will defend public lands
As a trail runner and mother, Nancy de Pastino understands the value of protecting wild spaces, guaranteeing the right to access public lands, and working to ensure there are open lands for our kids and their kids to enjoy as much as we do today.
Sustainable Missoula: Agriculture can bring our food stories to the table, and Congress
Letters: Missoula County Commissioner Strohmaier backs Keogh for HD 91
Letters: State House candidate Nancy de Pastino listens to all sides
Montana Viewpoint: Public servants serve the nation well
Study: Holding global warming to 2.75 degrees Fahrenheit saves most species
The report is the first to examine how species across the globe would benefit from restricting global warming to 2.7 degrees Fahrenheit above pre-industrial averages – the lower limit for temperature as outlined in the 2015 Paris climate agreement.
Brewing, fishing businesses join rally in Missoula to support I-186 mining initiative
Glacier Park: Sperry Chalet will be rebuilt within its historic stone walls
Contractors to burn logging debris on Mount Sentinel; 'substantial' smoke possible
Montana groups file suit against Interior's oil and gas leases on public lands
"This is your new reality": UM Class of 2018 graduates into rapidly changing world
Kindness ran as a common theme throughout the University of Montana's 121st commencement ceremony on Saturday, tinted with messages of “failing forward” as today's graduates enter a rapidly changing world.
UM Journalism School names 2018-19 Pollner Distinguished Professors
UM prof to serve on French President Macron's "Make Our Planet Great Again" initiative
UM to offer Indian law course over the summer
3 UM students named Fulbright scholars to research or teach abroad
Point guard Sammy Fatkin leaves Arizona, signs to play for Lady Griz
Nationally ranked point guard Sammy Fatkin has signed to play for the Montana Lady Griz, leaving the University of Arizona after a frustrating season. She'll have to sit out a season, but then has three years of eligibility remaining.
Graduating Griz: Colburn, Krslovic named Montana's top senior student-athletes
Montana football: Ex-Griz McKinley signs as free agent with Titans
Montana football: Jesse Sims will be next to wear No. 37
4 Griz named to Hampshire Honor Society for academic excellence
Arts & Events
Montana Natural History Center unveils 'Magic Planet' at Thursday event
The Montana Natural History Center will unveil its latest exhibit, the Magic Planet, at an event from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, May 10, featuring climatologist Steve Running. Magic Planet is a digital video globe that provides stunning visuals of the Earth and other planets. Essentially, it's a powerful computer with a spherical screen.