Tribes sue Montana over lack of Native American history taught in public schools
Montana Native Americans claim their history and cultural heritage is not being preserved by their state’s public schools, according to a new lawsuit brought by five Indian nations and over a dozen students on Thursday.
Attorney General intervenes in NorthWestern Energy application
Stone-Manning nomination set to advance to U.S. Senate after committee vote
Missoula’s Bryce Bennett resigning from MT State Senate
Infrastructure falters again with doomed vote in Senate; Tester among 11 still pushing
MDT: Downtown bridge girders were 'cut' during deconstruction; delay expected
The rehabilitation of Beartracks Bridge in downtown Missoula may be delayed after the Montana Department of Transportation discovered that several bridge girders were inadvertently cut during the deconstruction process.
Missoula embarks on code reform to improve consistency, predictability
Missoula County hires PR firm as it embarks on zoning-code update
More industrial proposals land near the Wye in county's new development district
Mountain Line named top transit system for its size in US, Canada
Sustainable Missoula: Meet Missoula's new environmental nonprofit
In 2021, inspired by the national movement Non Toxic Communities, Alison Reintjes helped start Grow Safe: Non Toxic Missoula to reduce synthetic pesticide use in the City of Missoula.
Missoula County, city and health look to sway cleanup of Smufit-Stone property
Wildfire smoke drives people in low-vax areas indoors, raising outbreak fears
Smoke from western wildfires drifts to Midwest and East Coast
Legislation funds voluntary conservation with fines from polluters
Jones: Good use of debt drives capital improvements needed for Missoula's growth
Gwen Jones writes, "Debt supported from property taxes has actually decreased, and the City continues to maintain strong credit ratings. Financially responsible use of debt has allowed the City to invest in the capital necessary to support a growing community."
Evan Barrett: Good shepherding our important gifts
Opinion: Proposed wolf hunting, trapping rules return to the failed policies of the past
Commentary: Remove non-native fish without poisoning our streams and water
Montana Viewpoint: My doctor, the politician
Arts & Events
Harmon's Histories: Think it's hot out now? Trout were boiling in 1890s Montana
Think it’s hot? Well yes it is, but ... it hasn’t yet reached the point of the late 1800s when legendary Vigilante-turned-humorist John X. Beidler told a Choteau Calumet newspaper reporter of a summer (he did not specify the year) “when the mountain streams steamed and bubbled and the Indians caught and lived upon boiled trout!”
Harmon's Histories: Steam-powered yachts were all the rage in 1890s Montana
'Super stoked:' Brandi Carlile brings live music back to Missoula - with Katie Pruitt
Harmon's Histories: Montanans have battled mosquitoes with dubious concoctions, aerial attacks
Harmon's Histories: Meet the oft-forgotten men who brought electric lights to Missoula
City of Missoula seeks facility to serve as 150-bed emergency winter shelter
While winter may be months away, the City of Missoula this week began searching for a facility that could be used as an emergency winter shelter as Covid continues to limit the capacity at Missoula's established shelters.