Survey: Midterm voters from both parties driven by prospect of controlling Congress
In a survey of 2,000 adults, 1,600 of whom are registered voters, Pew researchers found that voters from both parties were generally more enthusiastic about the 2018 midterm elections than in previous years.
Citing maintenance needs, Missoula Parks and Rec seeks 7.5 percent budget increase
Under pressure, Trump signs order ending family breakup
Daines, Tester urge Congress to reauthorize Land and Water Conservation Fund
Missoula City Council to consider supporting new open space bond for 2018 ballot
Future building for Radius Gallery on Higgins Ave. gets funding nod from MRA
Higgins Avenue in downtown Missoula will see its second new building begin construction this summer as a contemporary art gallery prepares to occupy the site formerly home to the Uptown Diner.
Mountain Line plans for the future: Speedier routes, Sunday service, electric buses
Montana AG, Tester, Daines blast Sup Court decision forcing online sales tax for retailers
'Holy cow' moment changes the way state of Montana does business with hospitals
New land use map intended to guide future of urban Missoula County
Sustainable Missoula: Montana Energy Corps members do the hard work of sustainability
Sustainability requires a lot of legwork. Lofty goals and well-intentioned ideals are a great place to start; dedication and effort are what it takes to achieve them. Missoula’s government agencies, businesses and nonprofits have looked to the Montana Energy Corps program to support their vision of a sustainable community.
Montana voices: Reject Daines' position that USFS is above the law
Reporter's notebook: Missoula Current adds new writers thanks to reader contributions
Montana World Affairs Council: With North Korea, discussions better than bombs
Harmon's Histories: Was Sheriff Houston a great lawman or a crook?
Montanans ask why state bears brunt of Bakken waste, while North Dakota reaps riches
More than a decade into the Bakken oil boom, the state of North Dakota, where the vast majority of the boom is concentrated, still does not have a single landfill licensed to accept radioactive oilfield waste. Montana does. Oaks Disposal operates a landfill 26 miles northwest of Glendive that has taken in nearly 350,000 tons of oilfield waste of all kinds since it opened in 2013.
Investigators: Firefighters needed more 'tools' in defense of Sperry Chalet
Grizzly that mauled wildlife tech was one of Cabinet's oldest; acted defensively
Gianforte's bills to remove wilderness study status from Montana lands get hearing
City Council committee places support behind $15M bond, perpetual stewardship levy
UM names new vice president of enrollment and strategic marketing
The University of Montana on Friday named Catherine Cole as its new vice president of enrollment and strategic communications, a hire that completes the school's push to integrate marketing, communications and enrollment under a single title.
Burgeoning apprentice program at Missoula College looks to ease labor shortage
UM announces new certificate in Native American Studies
Montana Public Radio to highlight 1968 in music and programming
New MMAC exhibits celebrate the horse in visual art
Montana football: Hauck adds three to Griz roster
Joining the Grizzlies are senior defensive back Reid Miller, a graduate transfer from the SEC's Arkansas Razorbacks, Boise State bounce back QB Cam Humphrey, now a redshirt sophomore from Saddleback Junior College, and Cody Kanouse, a freshman offensive lineman out of Air Force Prep.
Arts & Events
AMC Theatres unveils new monthly ticket program: three movies for $19.95
AMC Theatres introduced a new program this week that enables guests to view three movies per week in a move intended to give MoviePass some competition.