After the march: Missoula women reflect on ratification of 19th Amendment
During the annual Women's March in Helena last week, Missoula's Nancy Leifer – a life-long public policy expert – considered the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote, saying it didn't happen overnight and challenges remain, even a century later.
Montana school-aid case sparks national battle before Supreme Court
Vero first to file for Missoula County race as campaign season gears up
Trump labels climate activists "prophets of doom;" doubles down on fossil fuels
Missoula County to add CSKT tribal flag, Native American art to meeting room
Havre trailer court residents are now their own landlords
The owners, a Missoula-owned limited liability company, were trying to sell the property, as it was listed for several months with no takers. About 39 lots were rented out, but another 20 remain vacant. Then NeighborWorks Montana got involved.
City of Missoula to update 2014 aerial maps to reflect changes on the ground
Citing risk of cyber attacks, Missoula County adds chief information officer
Less than two years after opening, Lucky's Market slated to close
Volunteers spend MLK Day sewing sleeping bags for Missoula's homeless
Trout Unlimited hopes new map builds interest in public river access
Montana is well-known for its system of state fishing access sites operated by Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, and its partners. It's an astonishing network of more than 300 put-ins, many of which are federally funded.
Milltown State Park annexes Bonner park, but access remains uncertain
Snowpark makes Missoula's Snowbowl a whole new mountain
Researchers predict surge in greenhouse gases from oil and gas boom
Recent snow brings ideal skiing conditions to Whitefish Mountain Resort
Harmon's Histories: Pencil sketches impart the beauty of early day Montana
Photography was in its infancy in the earliest days of Montana Territory, but still we have a good idea of what the first towns and military forts looked like, thanks to artists. Alfred Edward Mathews was among the best.
Sustainable Missoula: From air to ecosystems, let's get climate ready
Opinion: Olszewski missed the mark on facts around CSKT water compact
Opinion: Tribal management of National Bison Range spells restorative justice
Montana Viewpoint: The temptation of political donors and unintelligence
Arts & Events
In pictures: The Week that Was in Missoula
The week of Jan. 12-19, 2020, saw a skiff of downtown snow and the return of students at the University of Montana for the spring semester. Shooter Jennings – son of Waylon Jennings and Jessi Colter – played the Top Hat.