In effort to curb drug costs, states advance bills to prod feds on importation
For years, American consumers have tried to buy cheaper drugs from their northern neighbor, sometimes packing into buses for day trips to Canadian pharmacies, or patronizing American stores that help them order drugs from abroad. But the practice is illegal.
Unmet needs: City looks to earmark proceeds from sale of surplus properties
AUDIO: Daines criticizes UM, defends provocateur's free speech rights
Trump's budget proposal swings at drug prices with a glancing blow
Tester sends 13th bill to Trump's desk for signature
Missoula Water transition stays on budget, legal battles winding down
Despite operating at the reduced rates imposed on Mountain Water by the Montana Public Service Commission several years ago, the city of Missoula has been able to acquire, operate and improve the water system over the past year, and it doesn't foresee any rate increases.
Missoula biotech firm lands $176K grant to continue respiratory drug research
Montana financing group lands $65M in tax credits; project announcements expected
Lucky's Market on pace for spring opening at Southgate Mall
Debut event: Micro-fund pitch competition tests, rewards Missoula startups
Montana Voices: Unleash the love and fund essential services
I’m not calling for Montana lawmakers to agree on everything. Who does? I’m asking Montanans to elect a legislature with courage to generate public revenues to meet the needs of the people.
Harmon's Histories: Gold! Libby's story begins with rush of miners to Kootenai
Model of sustainability: Big Sky film fest trending with waste reduction efforts
Montana Voices: Mental health, service cuts require better state planning
Montana Viewpoint: Murdoch lore; maybe it's in the genes
"Golden spike," bike-actuated stoplight to mark Bitterroot Branch Trail completion
When construction crews finish the last link in the Bitterroot Branch Trail and Montana Rail Link Park this year, the adjacent plaza will be stamped with a golden spike, giving a nod to the trail's railroad history.
Montana Wilderness Association names photo contest winners
Preamble to a bond? Open space plan getting makeover after 12 years of city growth
Years in the making, wastewater project at Buena Vista set to begin this spring
Tester's Blackfoot bill sold in committee as "made-in-Montana" solution
Both respected and reviled, Adams' host Maria Cole sticks to principles of free speech
Maria Cole, a UM benefactor and host of the Jeff Cole Memorial Lecture series, has come under fire recently for inviting a speaker to this year's forum who some believe is a bigot looking for a stage. Cole said her beliefs in the First Amendment trumped the criticism.
Hecklers ejected during Adams' talk; Daines attacks UM for raising concern over "bigotry"
UM debates First Amendment rights, beefs up security ahead of Adams' speech
UM ready to evolve in "a world full of disruptions," school president says
UM planning Innovation Campus, Commons as part of larger tech, medical corridor
Jace Schillinger completes Montana football coaching staff
Montana head football coach Bobby Hauck has finalized his staff ahead of the 2018 season with the addition of Jace Schillinger, who will serve as the Grizzlies' tight ends coach.
ACL tear: Stiles to miss remainder of season for Lady Griz
Griz legend Brent Pease returns to UM football coaching staff
Griz basketball: Montana sets program record with 7th consecutive road win
Goligoski's jumper gives Lady Griz last-second win over North Dakota
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Service organizations see progress in Missoula's plan to reduce homelessness
On Tuesday night at a community forum on homelessness, Darren Ashby detailed his journey from addiction to recovery. His stint in prison saved his life, and his newfound community involvement has presented a chance to help others as Missoula works to end homelessness.