'Generations in the making:' Tester, Moran unveil toxic exposure bill for veterans
Calling it generations in the making, Sens. Jon Tester and Jerry Moran unveiled legislation on Thursday that looks to deliver all generations of veterans who were exposed to toxic conditions at war the healthcare and benefits they earned in service.
Helena PD investigating whether Arntzen drove past school bus stop arm
MT Senators call Texas school shootings "horrible" and "senseless"
Pro-choice Republican moves back to Montana to block Zinke from Congress
Transgender advocates respond to new Montana rule on birth certificate changes
New incentives to entice Missoula developers to include affordable housing in projects
A suite of incentives intended to entice private developers to include income-restricted housing in their projects will soon be detailed in a new city policy, and they could be baked into new code as reform work begins.
Vision for $44M rec and creativity center wins approval from Missoula council
Missoula City Council brings Diversified Plastics into Scott Street renewal district
Missoula City Council considers funding recommendations for affordable housing efforts
Missoula greenway wins funding for Russell crossing, Kent Avenue roundabout
Montana FWP fishing regulations to see more frequent review
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is changing its process to review and publish fishing regulations every two years instead of every four. Montana Trout Unlimited is backing the shift so that fewer regulations are changed after the fact.
Could rehabbing dams in the Rattlesnake Wilderness help native trout struggling with climate change?
Web-based tourism complicates efforts to reduce grizzly conflicts
After solarizing jail, Missoula County now eyes PV on public works, Lolo water
Sustainable Missoula: Organic lawn care 101
Viewpoint: On the road with congressional candidates
Kiersten Iwai writes "We should be incredibly proud of the fact Montana is the first state in the nation to regain a Congressional seat. This was only possible because you filled out a Census form to get you and your household accurately counted in the 2020 Census."
Viewpoint: The importance of continuity of culture in local politics
Viewpoint: Dave Severson the right choice for House District 100
Viewpoint: Missoula County Aging Services levy benefits entire community
Montana Viewpoint: A hard but important conversation
Arts & Events
Harmon's Histories: Baby formula was once home-brewed using doctor's recipe
Modern-day parents have come to depend on the convenience of boxed or canned products. In the past, parents asked their doctors for a recipe, and made their own formula.
Harmon's Histories: Suspicious fires destroy Butte boarding houses; 'firebug' never caught
Harmon's Histories: Soaps of yesteryear could clean the skin right off your bones
Harmon's Histories: To vax or not to vax? It's an age-old debate in Montana
Harmon's Histories: Remember Tom Murphy and the politics that caused his drowning
Parking cars: Missoula debates current needs, future trends
The debate over parking with new development is everlasting in Missoula, where land is both limited and expensive. Using it to park cars is costly, and it may fall out of vogue as ride share and public transportation grow to provide new mobility options.