D.C. Circuit says House lawmakers can subpoena Trump's tax records
Linking the congressional investigations gripping Washington today to the Watergate scandal, the D.C. Circuit affirmed Friday that House lawmakers can subpoena eight years of President Donald Trump’s personal financial records.
Partnership Health lands service grant, though clock is ticking on long-term funding
Baucus and former trade rep: Trump trade war with China failing without allies
Aided by grant, Missoula Veterans Court to double those it serves
Fact Check: Data suggests Ward 2 candidate inflated new city hires, budget costs in forum
With master plan on track, downtown Missoula set to host statewide conference
With the latest rendition of the Downtown Master Plan on track for adoption, the Missoula Downtown Partnership will shift gears this month to host a statewide conference on planning and marketing.
Missoula Chamber hosts annual banquet; Home ReSource honored for service
WinCo purchase of Shopko building closed Sept. 18; Rosauers mum on competition
Mullan Road subdivision agreement hits "wordsmithing" hurdle in City Council committee
City Council moves South Hills townhome project as frustration mounts; debate lingers
Mussels found on boat at Mission Valley checkpoint after passing 2 other inspections
Invasive zebra mussels were recently found on a boat passing through the Mission Valley. A boat from Chicago bound for Seattle was quarantined and decontaminated at the Ravalli watercraft inspection station operated by the Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks.
Montana proposes doubling allowable radioactive oilfield waste
Missoula County OKs use of historic Lalonde Ranch for cyclocross race
Missoula County commissioners sign on as supporters of Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act
Mike Horse Mine cleanup on track; indications of improvement
Reader commentary: Arrogant humans must learn to coexist with grizzlies
The grizzly bear is in trouble. It is a trouble that will never be appeased until we, as a species, learn a level of humility that allows it to freely survive, populate, and live unmolested with us here in "the land of the free." And why shouldn't it? We coexist with a wide variety of entities and devices that are detrimental to our existence—automobiles, for instance.
Sustainable Missoula: A truly just and thriving economy has room for everyone
Montana Wildlife Federation: Elk hunters should speak out about seasons, management
Reader commentary: Montana PSC ignores constituents, climate change
Harmon's Histories: The night Libby turned on the lights
UM students, faculty, staff digitize Kaimin in searchable database
More than a century of accumulated news coverage from the Kaimin is available online in a searchable database, courtesy of UM’s Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library and its ScholarWorks service.
UM reports continued enrollment decline; fall count drops below 9,000
Changing American farms: UM prof a national leader in sustainable agriculture
Flathead bio station researcher helps uncover mysteries of ocean iron
UM students form bonds, overcome obstacles on wilderness trips
Arts & Events
Top Hat: Lucero and its disruptive country; pop music should take note
Lucero brought its sound to the Top Hat to a clearly country audience. It was just too bad there weren't more Mellennials in the crowd. Today's pop music could use a similar disruption.