Republican Gianforte puts another $1M into his campaign for governor
Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Gianforte has put another $1 million of his own money into his campaign, upping his personal stake in the race to almost $3.6 million.
Nationwide injunction issued to shield mail-in votes during pandemic
Daines says Senate should vote on Trump's Supreme Court pick before election
Lack of antigen test reporting leaves Montana, country 'blind to the pandemic'
Poll shows Democrats leading in three key Senate races
City Council approves downtown rezone for housing, commercial development
The Missoula City Council on Monday approved a rezone request for a riverfront parcel eyed for redevelopment, calling the proposed mixed-use project ideal for the downtown district.
MEP optimistic about outreach to developers keen on key Missoula properties
Amid pandemic, family of essential workers turn to YMCA for childcare, programming
Final countdown: Higgins bridge rehab set to begin
High demand, lack of housing drives Missoula's median home price to $338K
Flathead research station gets grant to study mercury in lake food web
The UEPA gave the University of Montana Flathead Lake Biological Station a grant of almost $129,000 to work with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes to study four Flathead Lake species to provide a baseline measurement of methylmercury in the aquatic food web.
Wildfires' toxic air leaves damage long after the smoke clears
Sustainable Missoula: Tending our gardens, cultivating resilience
Ninemile Creek reclamation to continue this fall as mining damage dwindles
'Opportunistic:' Open space committee approves purchase of Milwaukee Trail easement
Cooney and Graybill: We will stand together in defense of Montana workers
Mike Cooney and Raph Graybill write, "Our opponents want to decimate Montana’s unions, gut hard-won worker protections, and erase the legacy of union success that built our state."
Arts & Events
Harmon's Histories: Remembering The Mix, Missoula's elegant, ill-fated European hotel
The Mix House – or as it more was commonly known, the European hotel – was constructed in 1890 at the corner of Spruce and Woody streets by a man described as “one of the best known citizens of Missoula and Missoula County.” Yet few today recognize his name.
Harmon's Histories: Are the times a-changin' for rail service in Missoula?
Harmon's Histories: On Labor Day 2020, remember Montana workers' longtime struggle for equality
Harmon's Histories: Montana schools met Spanish flu challenges much as they're navigating COVID-19
Harmon's Histories: The Missoula mayor who refused to be mayor
BIPOC members working with Missoula leaders to explore issues of race, inequity
LEARN Missoula emerged as a predominantly BIPOC group created by the Missoula City Council after concerns raised on matters of race, inequity and oppression. Members of LEARN have now updated their proposal and will present it to the City Council in September