Tester, Daines split Senate vote on ending government shutdown
Montana's two U.S. senators split their vote on ending the government shutdown on Monday, with Sen. Steve Daines blaming Democrats for the stalemate and Sen. Jon Tester calling the measure bad for Montana.
Revolution loves company: Thousands converge on Missoula for Women's March
Women launch #metoomontana, urge state delegation to hold Trump accountable
Hundreds rally for Women's March Billings: 'Let's write our own story'
Former VP Joe Biden to headline Montana Democratic Party's annual banquet
Montana unemployment rate ticks up; Missoula holds at 4 percent
Montana’s unemployment rate ticked up to 4.1 percent in December, a slight increase despite strong payroll employment gains, which the Montana Department of Labor and Industry has billed as the second fastest in the nation.
Montana governor demands net neutrality of state telecommunications contractors
After resignation, MEP chairman says board will discuss search for new president
Montana's 2 largest public employee unions approve merger
PSC seeks penalties on Big Sky propane company, first since Liberty case
Montana Viewpoint: Before government shutdowns, patriotism trumped politics
It is difficult to believe that these government shutdowns are not manufactured opportunities for political gain. Congress has not been able to pass a budget resolution (which directs how much and for what purpose money will be appropriated) since 2009.
Harmon's Histories: Remember when Montana buzzed with scientific discoveries?
Sustainable Missoula: From Missoula to Chicago and back, #WeAreStillIn
VIDEO: Missoula "Dreamer" talks about life under DACA as Congress debates
Montana Voices: Fading memories of brotherly love
Alex Diekmann Peak honors late conservationist, bipartisan collaboration
From atop the peak named in his honor, Alex Diekmann’s devotion to Montana’s mountains and plains will live forever. The late Trust for Public Land project manager was immortalized last week when the U.S. House, on a 400-3 vote, designated an unnamed 9,755-foot promontory in the Madison Range as Alex Diekmann Peak.
Montana woman advocates for EPA funding with story of heartbreak in Anaconda
Fire solutions depend on industry, understanding and politics, experts suggest
Fire suppression behind regular large fires; timber industry wants more wood product
Feds reverse course, seek to remove lynx from endangered species protections
UM researchers named among "world's most influential scientific minds"
Released by Clarivate Analytics, the publication names Ragan Callaway, a professor of ecology, and Steve Running, a 2007 Nobel Prize winner and researcher best noted for his work on climate change. Both ranked in the top 1 percent of scientists by citations.
Lighting business, Silver Foundation create perpetual Missoula College scholarship
Life on Earth: UM researchers find crazy blend of beneficial bacteria in cicada insect
UM medical residency program lands funding for opioid training
UM researcher lands grants to study infectious pathogen
Defense leads Montana to road win over Bobcats
Montana held a 13-game winning streak over Montana State before the Bobcats snapped that streak a year ago in Bozeman. The Grizzlies got their payback on Saturday night, holding the Bobcats to 19 second-half points in a 67-52 victory.
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Veteran releases hate and hurt to graduate from Missoula treatment court
After a sexual assault in the Army, alcoholism, PTSD and a stint in jail, Billy Jo Chaffin was looking to get her life back on track and found a second chance in Missoula Veterans Court. She graduated this week, saying a sober life and spirituality helped save her life.