Missoulians to Congress: Pass background checks, red flag laws
Calling the nation's mounting number of gun-related deaths “mind numbing,” more than 100 people stood in the rain in downtown Missoula on Saturday to rally for sensible gun laws aimed at background checks and red flag laws.
Warren passes Sanders, climbs to claim second place in national poll
Wisconsin Democrats introduce universal background check bill on all gun sales
Missoula City Council candidate Q&A: Nick Shontz, Ward 6
"I do hereby declare:" Missoula welcomes new U.S. citizens in naturalization ceremony
Mumford & Sons: Logjam evaluates debut concert at ballpark
After holding its first concert in Ogren Park at Allegiance Field last Sunday, Logjam Presents is evaluating its successes and mishaps in hopes of improving shows in years to come.
Feds approve Montana's health reinsurance pool; premiums to drop for 50K
County "interested" in Mullan Road trail project, but cost remains a challenge
Missoula County eyes grant for community garden at detention center
Hillview housing debate heats up in City Council, but still no resolution
Glacier Park: Granite Park area, 3 trails closed after encounters with aggressive grizzlies
Glacier National Park rangers took the unusual step of closing three of the park's most-used trails late Sunday after a grizzly bear or bears near Granite Park Chalet and campground showed unusual aggression when encountering hikers. All access to the Granite Park area is closed until further notice, including the Highline, Loop and Swiftcurrent (from Swiftcurrent Pass to Granite Park Chalet) trails.
Hailstorm kills 11,000 birds at Big Lake Wildlife Management Area
Middle-schoolers, Conservation Corps team up to hunt for nature's engineers
Lightning ignites barn fire in upper Rattlesnake Valley; lack of cell service delays response
Daines tours Beeskove fire north of Missoula; praises firefighting efforts
Elementary, Dear Watson: Nobody works harder than these teachers
I’ve always assumed teaching elementary school was – well, pretty easy. How hard could it be? The kids aren’t old enough yet to be any good at being mean. The content is common knowledge. And how long can it take to grade a spelling test? Child’s play. Over the course of this series, I’ve been schooled.
Reporter's Notebook: Failing to answer City Council Q&A is a disservice to voters
Harmon's Histories: Guy Lombardo, bee stings and hydroplane races on Flathead Lake
Sustainable Missoula: Trump's 'extinction plan' threatens Montana's wildness
Marty Essen: Republican Party shows total disregard for honesty
Carroll College, UM partner to offer undergrad, grad degrees more quickly
Carroll College and the University of Montana’s Alexander Blewett III School of Law are launching two partnerships to help students earn graduate degrees faster and at a lower cost.
UM's master of public administration program earns prestigious accreditation
Scholar, activist Cornel West to kick off UM lecture series at the Wilma
State Department awards UM's Mansfield Center $1.7M grant for scholar exchange
UM researchers land NIH contract for opioid addition vaccine
Arts & Events
Julia Jacklin, Shakey Graves and Lord Huron play a Missoula summer night
August in the windy KettleHouse amphitheater, Julia Jacklin played a short solo set as the crowd started settling in, leaving the audience smitten and wanting more. She was followed by Lord Huron and Shakey Graves.