Bullock confirms fifth death; issues directive preventing evictions, foreclosures
Calling it a ripple effect of heartbreak, Gov. Steve Bullock on Tuesday announced Montana's fifth COVID-19 death, and issued a series of directives intended to provide relief to renters and hospitals as their bills come due.
Bullock tells Trump Montana needs testing supplies or faces "some real problems"
Coronavirus stimulus hands health industry billions not related to pandemic
Coronavirus and the states: Plastic bag bans on hold; nuclear plants run low on gloves, masks, wipes
Montana Supreme Court: Local police can't make immigration arrests
State: All incoming visitors, residents to Montana must self-quarantine for 14 days
Visitors and residents who arrive in Montana from another state or nation must self-quarantine for 14 days, the state said on Monday evening. The new order was the first issued by Gov. Steve Bullock this week and follows a number of advisories from last week, including a travel warning, a stay-at-home directive, and the extended closure of schools and many businesses.
Uncertainty: New listings up in Missoula housing market; more sales fall through
Virus could spur avalanche of tort and employment litigation
Market calm may give way to another week of upheaval
Missoula Food Bank suspends food donations, volunteer assistance
Community spread now evident in Missoula; healthcare worker tests positive
Health officials on Monday said they're now seeing signs of community spread in Missoula, and at least one local healthcare worker has tested positive with COVID-19.
Two more COVID-19 deaths announced in Toole County; 177 cases across Montana
Need a break? Get outside but keep your distance and know where to go
Judge OKs loosening of Obama-era restrictions on fracking
Coronavirus cases climb to 12 in Missoula County; state reports second official death
Fighting boredom with banjos and Russian grammar: Tips from polar explorers on enduring isolation
Due to Antarctica’s extreme winter, which includes four months of total darkness, polar explorers endured intense confinement in close quarters for long periods of time.
Montana Viewpoint: Conspiracies neglect the human, economic toll of pandemic
Census: 10 minutes of your time will help shape Montana's next 10 years
Voices: Coronavirus and climate change and the need to plan ahead
Voices: BLM resource plan overlooks Montanans; caters to oil and gas
Arts & Events
Harmon's Histories: 'I've been through Missoula on a street with four names'
Even before I began writing this story, I was attacked by a vicious earworm (a song you just can’t get out of your head). In researching the history of Missoula street names, I noticed that Orange Street at one time had four names. That’s all it took.