State scoring plays big role in water-and-sewer grant awards
As the Gianforte administration decides which $600 million worth of proposed local water-and-sewer projects are left on the cutting-room floor, it will rely heavily on the “scoring” of these 300-plus proposals, officials said Tuesday.
Stone-Manning’s confirmation as BLM director advances to Senate floor
Biden administration to reverse Trump-era coal wastewater rule
Missoula mayor nods off during City Council after testifying all day in court
Missoula City Council adopts pro transgender resolution: 'You're all welcome here'
Missoula airport eyes start of east concourse as south concourse readies to open
Growth in commercial air service in Missoula and the number of carriers leaving aircraft overnight prompted the Missoula County Airport Authority on Tuesday to approve a contract to design the expansion of the parking ramp as it explore the construction of the east concourse.
Developers suing Missoula County over denial of Target Range subdivision
MCPS still hasn't determined what happens with old admin building
Partners in Housing: Ravara, City of Missoula team up on Scott Street project
MDT: Downtown bridge girders were 'cut' during deconstruction; delay expected
Fires near Lolo Pass continue to creep; evac warnings remain in place
The Granite Pass Complex of fires, now several weeks old, has growth to more than 3,700 acres and is only 3% contained. While the blaze remains small, it's proximity to Lolo Pass and Highway 12 remain a concern.
Experts say climate change is to blame for unprecedented heat; no end in sight
Sustainable Missoula: Meet Missoula's new environmental nonprofit
Missoula County, city and health look to sway cleanup of Smufit-Stone property
Wildfire smoke drives people in low-vax areas indoors, raising outbreak fears
Editorial: Federal court halts north Idaho logging project due to abuse of process
Mike Garrity writes, "A federal court suspended the project in light of evidence that the government likely abused the legal process when it refused to conduct a public environmental analysis for this destructive project."
Jones: Good use of debt drives capital improvements needed for Missoula's growth
Evan Barrett: Good shepherding our important gifts
Opinion: Proposed wolf hunting, trapping rules return to the failed policies of the past
Commentary: Remove non-native fish without poisoning our streams and water
Arts & Events
Hayes Carll goes acoustic in weekend performance at Missoula's Wilma
The Texas singer-songwriter, known for his witty yet pointed lyrics, reflected on time spent in isolation during COVID-19 after almost a year and a half of not being on tour.
Roxy on the rebound: After closure, theatre relights the screen
Harmon's Histories: The true story of the demise of the Bitterroot's dairy production
Harmon's Histories: Think it's hot out now? Trout were boiling in 1890s Montana
Harmon's Histories: Steam-powered yachts were all the rage in 1890s Montana
MDT to erect fence under Reserve Street bridge as officials seek new homeless camp
After exploring its options and several fires, the Montana Department of Transportation on Wednesday said it will erect a fence under the Reserve Street bridge and begin moving illegal campers to an alternative site once it's established by the city and county of Missoula.