Murkowski to oppose Stone-Manning; Tester tries to keep support for Montanan
Another Republican senator plans to oppose President Joe Biden’s pick to lead the U.S. Bureau of Land Management, who has been targeted by conservatives over her connection to an Idaho tree-spiking scheme three decades ago.
City Council opts for primary in three Missoula races; will fund mail election
GOP-led Legislature withdraws request for MT Supreme Court records
Tax cuts passed by 2021 Montana Legislature: Who really benefits?
After late filing, Missoula races to include 4 candidates for mayor, 15 for City Council
Council votes to accept federal building, share renovation costs with Missoula County
With the opportunity at hand, the Missoula City Council on Wednesday placed its unanimous support behind plans to accept the downtown federal building from the government, while also approving a memorandum of understanding with the county regarding future cost and care of the facility.
Marshall Mountain sale confirmed, ending weeks of uncertainty
Missoula voters may consider 3% marijuana tax; county to explore uses of revenue
City: Shortened timeline for development review could trim Missoula's housing costs
Missoula County buys 27 acres for gravel quarry; purchase will 'save money'
Biden to meet with Western governors about wildfires; vows to raise firefighter pay
President Joe Biden said Tuesday that he will host a meeting next week of Western governors, Cabinet members and Federal Emergency Management Agency officials “to prepare for heat, drought and wildfires in the West.”
Glacier proposal for telecom towers prompts praise, concern
UM study: High forests in central Rockies burning more than in 2,000 years
Lawsuit challenges gray wolf harvest near Yellowstone National Park
Sustainable Missoula: River ambassadors ensure safe, clean river fun
Missoula County: Don't wait to appeal your property appraisal
Missoula County writes that property appraisals are "not a tax bill from Missoula County. It’s an appraisal notice issued by the Montana Department of Revenue showing the current assessed value of your property."
Montana Viewpoint: The Arizona fraudit takes hiding in Bigfork
The Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act will help achieve 30x30 goals
Montana Viewpoint: Could political distrust be the downfall of democracy?
Commentary: Grit, character, outdoor experience needed at BLM
Arts & Events
Harmon's Histories: Downtown Missoula pool launched 101-year history of safer swimming
On Monday, August 9, 1920, Missoula's first public swimming pool was officially dedicated and turned over to the city. Mayor H. T. Wilkinson address a crowd of several hundred anxious swimmers.
Harmon's Histories: Who was the mysterious George ... er, Archie ... Hoaglin?
Harmon's Histories: From 1887 Philipsburg came tales of libel lawsuit, fake snow
Harmon's Histories: On Memorial Day 1890, a young man left Ohio to make his mark in Missoula
After fire, FootHills Publishing set for new poetry series with Montana authors
Calling within Montana? Get ready to include 406 area code
The Montana Public Service Commission announced in December of 2020 that when you call a Montana phone number from a Montana phone number, you will soon have to include the 406 area code - regardless of whether the call is "local" or on the other side of the state.