Helicopters: Politico finds more obscurities in Zinke's taxpayer-funded travels
Travel documents released to Politico through a Freedom of Information Act request show Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke spent more than $53,000 on three government helicopters over the summer, including one trip that culminated with a horseback ride with the vice president.
Montana churches join national iMarch movement in push for immigration reform
"Our voice is our currency": Missoula protesters decry GOP tax reform plan
Daines, Tester approve DHS nominee and urge northern border awareness
Engen one of 27 mayors to reaffirm LGBTQ rights amid Colorado "wedding cake case"
Housing costs contribute to increasing demand for Missoula Food Bank services
Where the organization once fed around 6,500 people per month from its old facility, it's now scrambling to provide food to nearly 9,000 clients. To meet that growing demand, the food bank has upped its annual fundraising campaign to $225,000 and 55,000 pounds of food by the end of December.
Montana Instruments: Building cryogenic microscopes, and community, while changing the world
Missoula housing permits up in 2017; general construction continues at record pace
With needs aplenty, Missoula housing office working toward policy recommendations
City gives initial nod to $730K bond ahead of workforce housing project
Grunke: Improving Missoula's air service key to job growth, economic progress
Aside from its importance to Missoulians as individual travelers, access to quality air service directly impacts our ability to conduct economic development. From business recruitment and retention to general competitiveness, improving air service is key to economic gain.
Harmon's Histories: The great unsolved mystery of Lolo (or is it Lou Lou?)
Tester: Deficit hawks have flown the coop with GOP tax plan
Montana Voices: State's outdated liquor laws hold back restaurants
Montana Budget and Policy Center: Winners and losers in tax plan
Montana firefighters, Missoula air tankers on duty at SoCal wildfires
Fifty-four Montana wildland firefighters and 16 wildland engines are in Southern California to help fight massive wildfires burning in Los Angeles, Ventura and San Diego. In addition, Missoula's Neptune Aviation has dispatched Tankers 10 and 12 back to California, where they provided aerial firefighting power earlier this year as well.
Conservation groups push back against Daines bill to withdraw wilderness study areas
Daines looks to release 450,000 protected acres from wilderness study designation
Zinke: Claims that Trump stole the land in monument decision "nefarious" and "false"
Montanans blast Trump's monument reduction as illegal assault on public lands
UM app, new minor connect students to global opportunities
Offered through International Development Studies, the new freestanding minor blends faculty networks and their global experts from a number of fields, from world health to environmental change.
Missoula entrepreneurs practice their pitch ahead of EPIC competition
Food for months: Cat-Griz food drive nets largest bounty in state history
More succinct: UM renames College of Business, drops "administration"
Bodnar officially approved as the University of Montana's next president
Lady Griz give up lead, fall to Fresno State, 61-58
The Montana women's basketball team played a nearly perfect first half at Fresno State on Sunday and took a 32-17 lead to the locker room. But a question lingered: What would Candice White, who had just two points at the break, do in the second half?
Montana at Fresno State: Lady Griz in California for Sunday matinee
Montana's furious second-half rally comes up just short at Georgia State
Montana football: Hauck retains 4 assistant coaches as new era begins
Team effort gives Lady Griz 60-52 win over Stephen F. Austin
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Poverello Center packed with winter residents as efforts turn toward rapid rehousing
The number of residents turning to the Poverello Center for warmth and shelter this year is up over last year, taxing the shelter's bottom line. But shelter staff say efforts to find residents safe and permanent housing are growing thanks to a new coordinated community effort.