AG will appeal judge's gun ruling to Montana Supreme Court
The Attorney General’s Office filed a notice of appeal to the Montana Supreme Court. In a statement, press secretary Emilee Cantrell said the AG’s Office disagrees with a judge’s decision finding parts of the state's new gun laws illegal.
Judge finds portions of new Montana gun law unconstitutional
Lawyers argue over constitutionality of Montana’s Clean Campaign Act
Is Montana’s unused federal COVID-19 rental aid in jeopardy?
Zinke files disclosure form; lists substantial income, property
Kestra Financial adds Missoula-based WestPeak Private Wealth
An national investment firm has added a Missoula-based wealth management company to its ranks, marking the first time Kestra Financial has had an office in Montana.
After death of film cap, Missoula investors look to electric freight trucks
City Council chambers to serve as third municipal courtroom - temporarily
Missoula airport poised for infrastructure grants; travel returns to normal
Countdown to legalization: City of Missoula adopts pot regulations
More grizzlies in Northern Continental Divide die from car collisions, poaching
Intrepid grizzly bears wandering outside the protected Northern Continental Divide region can run into various kinds of human trouble. This year, vehicles again took their toll, but highway funding may now be able to help lessen road fatalities.
Missoula adds clean energy specialist, drafting rules on marijuana power use
Conservation groups, feds agree to endangered species review for spotted owl
Fish and Wildlife sued in Missoula for not protecting Montana's endangered species
Unseasonably warm temps postpone winter recreation in western Montana
Montana Viewpoint: The pitfalls and concerns of vigilante justice
Jim Elliott writes, "In a vigilante culture, it’s not at all clear who is on your side; there are no badges, no uniforms, no due process—in fact, no process at all—and the unwritten rules can change in the middle of the game."
City Council: How Missoula's land-use decisions are structured
Letters: Developers, Missoula residents must get along
Opinion: Reader disagrees with Tester's Blackfoot-Clearwater bill
Opinion: Sen. Daines urged to support Blackfoot-Clearwater on its own merits
Arts & Events
Harmon's Histories: During Prohibition, Missoula women gained financial independence at tea rooms
It was, in 1923, declared to be “the biggest business field yet discovered” for women who wanted to open their own business. The business? Tea rooms.
Harmon's Histories: 1890 brought a bounteous Thanksgiving to Missoula
J.J. Grey and Mofro bring 'scrappy, rough and swampy' soul to the Wilma
Harmon's Histories: Montana's early glee clubs were 'no fake amusement'
Harmon's Histories: 'Immoral practice' of croquet corrupted early day Montanans
Behavioral health: City and county aim to address systemic gaps
While the launch of a mobile support team and other crisis intervention efforts marked a starting point in the City of Missoula's efforts to address a community challenge, officials believe more must be done, and Missoula County agrees.