Tester and Ament: Flattops, grunge brothers and that "Big Sandy vibe"
From the “Big Sandy vibe” to haircuts, farming and social justice, Sen. Jon Tester and Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament indulged in a live chat Sunday emceed by Mayor John Engen.
Lawsuit: Interior Department cheating Montana out of coal, oil & gas royalties
Public deserves voice on Gianforte's wilderness study bills, Williams says
California ready to fight feds on auto emissions in showdown over states' rights
City, county to split legal costs of placing new open space measures on ballot
State economist breaks down pros, cons of Montana's low unemployment rate
The state's unemployment rate of 3.8 percent is projected to continue falling in future months, presenting a good market for workers and challenges for those who need them.
Missoula housing experts fear new tax law will reduce corporate investments in housing
Taxable values released by DOR have Missoula city, county seeking answers
Tribune Co. ends $3.9B takeover, sues KECI owner Sinclair Broadcasting
Missoula developers seek tax credits to build affordable senior housing project
Sustainable Missoula: Missoula families deserve cleaner cars
When it comes to kids and grandkids, there’s one thing we can all agree on: we want them to be safe and healthy. Yet scientists warn us that if we want our children and grandchildren to have a safe and healthy future, we need to do more to reduce the pollution that’s warming our planet and changing our climate.
Montana Voices: Equal opportunity for health has local implications
Harmon's Histories: A tip of the hat to those Western Montana Fair pioneers
Montana Voices: Food stamp recipients could lose access to farmers market benefits
Montana Viewpoint: Political party purity has its limit, and it has been tested
Lake McDonald Lodge evacuated, Sun Road closed by explosive wildfire
Glacier National Park officials ordered the evacuation of Lake McDonald Lodge and all nearby buildings at 9 p.m. Sunday as a lightning-sparked wildfire blew up, throwing embers far ahead of the flame front. Going-to-the-Sun Road is closed from Lake McDonald Lodge to Logan Pass, and officials have evacuated the Avalanche Creek campground and residences along North Lake McDonald Road.
Lightning sparks multiple wildfires in Glacier National Park
Mount Sentinel to close Monday due to extreme fire danger, Pearl Jam concert
Ninth Circuit orders EPA to ban harmful pesticides within 60 days
Trump suspends laws to give Calif. water it doesn't need to fight wildfires
UM alum, law school grad, takes the gavel as American Bar Association president
Bob Carlson, a 1976 graduate of the University of Montana, will serve as the next president of the American Bar Association, an organization of nearly half-a-million members, the school announced this week.
UM welcomes undergrads to fall orientation Aug. 22-24
New VP of UM enrollment: "You're going to see some different things here"
UM's summer enrollment grows 17 percent, highest since 2014
New UM docs ready to cross Montana to begin rural family medicine
#Grizcamp Day 5: It's full pads, full steam ahead for Montana
The Montana Grizzlies suited up in full pads for the first time at fall camp on Sunday. Even with only shells and helmets on for the previous four, practice five wasn't noticeably more physical than previous practices … they've been physical all along.
Arts & Events
Miscellaneous Monday: Mayor Engen sings "Ode to a Farmer from Big Sandy" to Sen. Tester
Missoula Mayor John Engen added some comic relief to a conversation with Sen. Jon Tester and Pearl Jam bassist Jeff Ament on Sunday night by taking up the guitar.