Democratic House candidate Lynda Moss drops out of race
The field of Democratic candidates jockeying to challenge U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte narrowed from six to five on Wednesday. Lynda Moss, a former state senator from Billings, said she has officially closed her congressional campaign office, though her name will still appear on the ballot for the primary election, which is on June 5.
Poll: Most Americans want Robert Mueller to continue investigation
Fairgrounds seeking $1.1M in tax increment from city for trails project
"I'm going to pay attention to streets and roads," Mayor Engen says after city survey
Dark money group pays $30K fine for breaking Montana campaign finance laws
Downtown Missoula Marriott on pace for December opening, restaurants included
Nearly a year after breaking ground in downtown Missoula, the Residence Inn by Marriott remains on pace to open this December. And when it does, the property's 24,000 square feet of retail space will include a handful of new restaurants.
Herberger's stores across Montana set to close as part of liquidation process
Americans want tech firms to take on fake news, not the feds, study finds
Missoula County waits as lender pursues deeds from delinquent owner of Smurfit site
Consul General: Strong partnership helped bring Israeli tech firm to Missoula
Curtiss: Equal pay, a voice for the vulnerable if reelected as county commissioner
"When crisis strikes, it's often women who end up picking up the pieces and that is why I am committed to fighting for programs for Missoula County's most vulnerable residents from newborns to seniors."
Montana Voices: The true value of a public education
Montana University System responds to Missoulian article: "We want our perspective to be shared"
Montana Voices: Readers back Slotnick in Missoula County commissioner's race
Firth's take on tech: That's it, I'm ditching Facebook ... but not really
Scientists strategize to help protect critically endangered whooping cranes
The habitat relied upon by whooping cranes as they migrate is being lost at an alarming rate to agriculture and development, and the birds’ widely scattered movements make it difficult for conservationists to identify key areas for protection.
Montana DNRC names new boss at Missoula-based Forestry Division
Missoula gets an 'F' for particulate pollution in American Lung Association report
"It would be catastrophic:" Missoula officials turn attention to wildfire plan
Glacier National Park recommends rebuilding Sperry Chalet at historic site
UM releases strategic recommendations for program realignment, core areas of focus
The University of Montana released a draft of its new strategic plan on Tuesday, including a core set of recommendations intended to better meet the needs of students while positioning the university for a changing future.
Education to eats: Student startup challenge draws next-gen businesses to competition
"Remarkable horsepower:" City taps UM students to solve real-world challenges
UM honors students present solutions to Missoula's affordable housing issues
Former climate change envoy to discuss defense of Paris Agreement at UM
Montana football: Jesse Sims will be next to wear No. 37
It's easy to see why Jesse Sims earned the Offseason MVP award his freshman year at the University of Montana, and why Tucker Schye chose him to be the next in a long line of Grizzly greats to wear the No. 37 jersey.
Arts & Events
UM presents "Dance New Works" in season finale
“Dance has the power to inform, inspire and impact the viewer,” said Bradley Browning. “The student choreographers and dancers at UM are eager to share art that has the possibility of evoking emotion and provoking reflection.”