City Council: Criminal justice reform behind Jordan's drive for seat in Ward 6
Kristen Jordan brings experience as a team builder and data analyst to her campaign. While her opponent Tom Taylor didn't attend this week's forum hosted by the Downtown Missoula Partnership, Jordan used the opportunity to detail her plans for the seat if elected.
City Council: In Ward 5, a pledge of tax cuts versus the needs of Missoula residents
City Council: Opportunity for all and taxes divide Ward 4 candidates
Montana politicians react to planned Canadian border reopening
City Council: Ward 3 candidates strive for quality of life, but differ on approach
Help wanted: Poverello scrambles to fill jobs at Emergency Winter Shelter
Missoula's shortage of willing workers has made hiring difficult and with winter pushing in, the Poverello Center is trying to hire 30 care positions for the Johnson Street Emergency Winter Shelter, which is set to open in two weeks.
In Missoula, jobs abound and wages rise, but employees hard to find
Missoula partnership looks to build "inclusive and resilient" economy
Missoula's ClassPass acquired by Mindbody; Missoula office to remain open
Study: Restoring North Coast Hiawatha would generate $270M across 7 states
Sustainable Missoula: Notes from a watershed group on the rise
Founded in 2008 but waking from a period of dormancy, the Rattlesnake Creek Watershed Group is excited to instigate weed pulls and stream cleanups, Bear Aware campaigns and collaborations to support the many organizations doing important work in the ‘Snake.
USFWS survey documents grizzly bears in Bitterroot headwaters
Montana fishing advocates, businesses call for river preservation task force
State plan seeks to find source, extent of highly toxic PCB at Smurfit-Stone site
EPA: Numeric water quality standards are law in Montana until feds rule otherwise
Commentary: Gianforte appointments favor private wildlife, threaten MT heritage
Tim Roberts writes, "If we don’t push back with a unified voice, groups like SFW will turn Montana into Utah. You’ll look back on the election of Greg Gianforte as the day that your hunting heritage ended for this new model of private wildlife for the wealthy few."
Montana’s congressional delegation should back American Families Plan
Commentary: Montana is on fire and it's time for decisive action
Missoula County commissioners endorse Gilels for City Council Ward 3
Opinion: Time to put Montana's 2020 election to rest - the one Republicans won
Arts & Events
Harmon's Histories: Meet Austin Hartley, early Missoula entrepreneur ... sorcerer
Most of life’s decisions are routine and inconsequential. Then again, some turn out to be life-changing. So it was with two brothers from St. Johns, New Brunswick, who moved to western Montana in the 1890s.
Harmon's Histories: Life, death and a love letter to my angels
Harmon's Histories: Lots and lots of lawyers argued the Case of the Crocheted Tidy
At the Kettlehouse, Lake Street Dive's evolution tackles political tensions, social change
Missoula’s Climate and Clean Energy Expo is back at Caras Park (this weekend)
Gianforte’s COVID-19 actions, new Montana laws under scrutiny
Former and current public-health officials say Gov. Greg Gianforte's message isn’t being made as forcefully as it could – and that the governor and his administration have taken other steps that undercut local efforts to respond to the latest outbreak.