Skilled workers key to Trump's push for Green Card overhaul
With a focus on enticing skilled workers into the United States, President Donald Trump unveiled broad changes to the immigration system Thursday.
Alabama criminalizes abortion as felony punishable by 99 years
City: "Low-barrier" Missoula shelter needed to supplement Pov in winter months
And then there were 22: Bullock joins Biden, Sanders, Harris in race for president
Montana Gov. Bullock announces bid for Democratic presidential nomination
Missoula's opportunity zone lands first investment, with makings of a tech campus
The first development to capitalize off Missoula's new opportunity zone is set to begin construction in the coming weeks, marking the first of several projects slated for the West Broadway corridor and what could evolve into a future tech campus.
Growing quickly, Consumer Direct planning second Missoula office building
Blackfoot River Outfitters set to construct Russell Street retail, office building
Council approves downtown Marriott; frees up funding for public improvements
Missoula housing policy unveiled; proposes subsidized construction, less regulation
Endangered species? Wolves on rocky footing in usually 'green' Oregon
Oregon wildlife commissioners, the recent recipients of a public “correction” by the governor on the state’s stance on removing wolves’ protection under the Endangered Species Act, said Friday they may allow wolf kills by private citizens at some point – even on public land.
Climate change causing forests to live fast, die young
City Council OKs $610K loan to Riverfront Triangle developers for environmental cleanup
Conservation groups sue to force federal protection of wild bison
Senators say they'll override Trump budget cuts for wildfire, forest management
Montana Viewpoint: Corporate tax breaks and a free lunch
Just as Amazon has taken billions of dollars of retail sales away from local stores, so do these businesses take sales away from local merchants, and the city is paying them to do it.
Harmon's Histories: On haps, mishaps, felonious dogs and lonely bachelors
Harmon's Histories: Russell Street Bridge began as a 'bridge to nowhere'
Sustainable Missoula: A Mother's Day wish for our future
Opinion: Montana wildlife, habitat see mostly wins in 2019 Legislature
UM lowers housing costs for summer students
The University of Montana is now offering reduced room and board and free math tutoring for students taking at least six credits over the summer.
UM journalism students heading to Canada to report on tar sands, oil pipeline
UM boosts summer semester, offers on-campus housing discounts
UM Regents professor Allendorf elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
UM, DeCuire agree to new three-year contract
Arts & Events
Irish duo Saint Sister brings Celtic charms to the Top Hat
The sound of a harp may bring images of heaven and angels, but in the hands of an Irish musician, it conjures thoughts of water and forests in all their mystery and wonder.