Former national security adviser Flynn gets Thanksgiving pardon from Trump
President Donald Trump has pardoned his former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who twice pleaded guilty to lying to FBI agents investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election.
2021 Legislature: 'Solutions Caucus' members to lead key committees
Missoula City Council member Ramos tested positive for COVID-19; urges caution
'Diplomacy is back:' Biden introduces foreign policy, national security teams
Gianforte appoints former U.S Attorney Alme as budget director
County to use emergency authority to issue variance for south side homeless camp
Missoula County could use its authority under the local emergency operations plan to issue a zoning variance to accommodate an encampment housing the area's homeless population over the winter.
Missoula County approves use of Double Tree for large jury pools, juror selection
Missoula County tightens security at courthouse; library to follow
Missoula City Council bans all flavored electronic tobacco products, regardless of age
Montana's unemployment rate drops, but fewer jobs available
Feds deny permit for mine planned near pristine Alaska bay
In a major about-face, the Trump administration denied a vital permit for a proposed gold and copper mining operation in Alaska on Wednesday — finding the project would spoil thousands of acres of wetlands and open waters in violation of the Clean Water Act.
Four Western Montana conservationists join the Outdoor Hall of Fame
Interior Dept. revises regulations; could derail Land and Water Conservation Fund
Pendley's illegal stint at BLM invalidates backcountry conservation areas in Montana
Northern grizzly management complicated by COVID, inexperienced campers
Missoula doctors: Continued surge in COVID will soon tip local healthcare system
People are being admitted to the hospital and in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at an alarming rate. A rate—that if sustained or increased—is sure to max out our local health providers’ abilities to care for our sickest patients.
Congress must pass Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act: Here's why
Montana Viewpoint: Protocol, politeness, patience and compromise
Take it from an expert: Fauci's hierarchy of safety during COVID
Opinion: GOP won, so do like your commercials and protect our public lands
Arts & Events
Harmon's Histories: Thanksgiving 1889 brought feasts, fox hunts celebrating Montana statehood
It was November 1889, and Montanans “had special cause for thanks giving.” After all, reported the Helena Weekly Herald, “We have gained the long coveted prize of Statehood that never can be taken away from us.”
Harmon's Histories: Election fraud? Yes, in Montana's election of 1st legislature
Harmon's Histories: Yellowstone Park was 'Wonderland' to earliest tourists
Harmon's Histories: New book chronicles lively tales from Montana's earliest years
Harmon's Histories: Will Daylight Saving Time 2020 reignite the historic controversy?
Montana Grizzly sports broadcaster Mick Holien passes away
Mick Holien had been the voice of a generation as he was there for the lowest and highest points. From the football team's first national title in 1995 to the men's basketball team upsetting Nevada in 2006, Holien had been there for it all.