State to pay Missoula legislator $75K for attorney fees in ethics case
The state has agreed to pay a Missoula lawmaker nearly $75,000 to cover legal costs for his successful challenge of law that prohibited public disclosure of ethics complaints against state officials. The money goes to House Majority Leader Brad Tschida.
Housing, parking, economics highlight first round of Missoula City Council debates
Extreme winter shelter in Missoula put on hold pending "second look" at issues
Tester calls for climate debate in Senate; supports upcoming Climate Strike
Tester: "Unequivocal" proof, exit strategy needed before strike on Iran
Report: Old stairs on Higgins, Hip Strip plaza "feasible" in new bridge project
The Missoula City Council last month approved an engineering study to determine if the stairs off the Higgins Avenue Bridge could be used in the renovation work slated for construction early next year, and if a plaza planned for the Hip Strip was feasible.
Rezone of Mullan Road subdivision property wins public hearing
Planning the future: Downtown Master Plan set for final input, adoption
Downtown Master Plan: Where will future residents, visitors park?
Three-story office set for Brooks Street groundbreaking; Stockman set to open
Ecological crisis: One-fourth of birds in U.S., Canada lost in last 50 years
Wild bird populations in the United States and Canada have shrunk by 2.9 billion, or one in four, in the last 50 years, according to a new study published Thursday.
Electric bikes now allowed in Glacier, Yellowstone, Grand Teton national parks
Polson-area homeowner videos 3 grizzly cubs playing in backyard
Glacier National Park considers allowing electric bikes
UM roundtable explores actions that could impact climate change
Youth climate movement puts ethics at center of global debate
Young activists like Greta Thunberg are reversing the marginalization of ethics from climate conversations. With their focus on challenging “systematic power and inequity” and respect and reciprocity, they recognize that virtually all decisions about how to respond to climate change are value judgments. That includes inaction.
Sustainable Missoula: Global Climate Strike is demand for sweeping change
Evan Barrett: Loss of presidential primaries disempowers Americans
Montana Viewpoint: A president is not a king, thankfully
Harmon's Histories: Missoula's 'ice economy' was hot in the 1800s
Changing American farms: UM prof a national leader in sustainable agriculture
University of Montana environmental studies professor Neva Hassanein’s work reaches far beyond the classroom walls -- to the nation's farms and ranches -- helping to change the way Americans perceive, grow, harvest and process, package, transport, market, consume and dispose of their food.
Flathead bio station researcher helps uncover mysteries of ocean iron
UM students form bonds, overcome obstacles on wilderness trips
UM physical therapy prof authors new guidelines on treating runner's knee
State of the University: Bodnar says UM must be 'flagship for America's future'
Arts & Events
Raucous Missoula crowd hails Flogging Molly and its Celtic punk
Each time they bring an energy that takes one back to the intimacy of an Irish pub. This Los Angeles based band has been treating crowds to their brand of Irish music – Celtic punk – since 1997.