White House hopefuls woo seniors at Iowa forum
Sen. Elizabeth Warren led a group of four Democratic presidential hopefuls at an Iowa forum that focused on perennial issues that are important to older voters.
What are the early sources of money in Montana's U.S. House, Senate races?
Surplus property: City Council to explore housing options over highest bidder
Without Gianforte, House passes $15 minimum wage
Bullock makes cut for 2nd round of Democratic presidential debates
Roxy Theater hears customers, installs new sound system
After closing its doors for 14 days to install new seats, a new sound system and other upgrades, the historic Roxy Theatre held a grand reopening celebration Thursday night to rave reviews.
Woodbury to build AT&T outlet at South Crossing under city's new design standards
Second office building planned for Broadway in Missoula's new opportunity zone
Missoula Chamber exploring affordable childcare solutions
Not so cutting edge: Missoula City Council pulls the plug on e-bike share system
Stretch of Highway 83 named in memory of Missoula firefighter Trenton Johnson
Trenton Johnson lost his life while protecting his home state from a Seeley Lake wildfire which would eventually become part of the massive Rice Ridge fire. On Friday morning, next to Seeley Lake, officials dedicated a stretch of highway in his honor, as well as declaring Trenton Johnson Day — something his sisters says he would have loved.
Skookum Butte: Volunteers save historic lookout for the ages
Bear spotted looking for food in Missoula neighborhood
FWP forced to kill grizzly bear that raided Stevi golf course, then Seeley Lake
Section of Highway 12 memorializes firefighter killed in 2017 Lolo Peak fire
Harmon's Histories: Western Montana Fair's Commercial Building stands tall
Documentation submitted to the National Register of Historic Places, in the application for the Missoula County Fairgrounds Historic District, describes “B13 Commercial Building” as the “original Agriculture Building.” However, at least one of my sources is skeptical. Is the 1915 Agriculture Building truly the same structure as today’s Commercial Building?
Sustainable Missoula: Montana's public lands are critical for climate progress
Montana Association of Rabbis appalled by Daines' support of president's 'rhetoric of hate'
Harmon's Histories: Missoula's fair was a long time coming, but worth the wait
Mary Sheehy Moe: Budget cuts turn teaching into crowd control, strip away innovation
UM researchers land NIH contract for opioid addition vaccine
The University of Montana received a $3.3 million contract from the National Institutes of Health to develop an innovative vaccine targeting opioid addiction.
National Science Foundation awards UM $395K for computing cluster
Geography department to join College of Forestry at UM
UM computer science researcher lands prestigious early career grant
"Threshold" podcast wins National Edward R. Murrow Award
Arts & Events
Clark Fork Coalition hosts Artifishal (film) at the Roxy
Artifishal is a film about people, rivers, and the fight for the future of wild fish and the environment that supports them. It explores wild salmon’s slide toward extinction, threats posed by fish hatcheries and fish farms, and our continued loss of faith in nature.