MT Board of Pharmacy reinstates emergency rule to help on vaccines
The state Board of Pharmacy has issued an emergency order to help pharmacists oversee and administer more vaccines for Covid-19 or other diseases – after that power had been revoked by Gov. Greg Gianforte.
Over half of states, including MT, have rolled back public health powers in pandemic
Congressional delegation, Gianforte comment on Afghan refugees heading to Missoula
Tester, local officials urge final passage of fed infrastructure bill
Montana's public defenders air caseload frustrations to legislative committee
MT businesses, hospitals face dilemma with fed vaccine mandates
Montana hospitals and larger businesses in the state are getting ready to wriggle on the horns of a COVID-19 dilemma, as they confront two upcoming federal rules forcing employee vaccines – and a state law forbidding such mandates.
Montana unemployment rate near record low; Missoula County at 2.8%
Purchase of Flynn-Lowney Ditch could ease Clark Fork erosion, aid Mullan growth
MRA to help city cover cost of Bridge Apartment purchase as affordable housing
City of Missoula begins drafting ordinance around recreational marijuana sales
Deb Haaland signs Confederated Salish and Kootenai-Montana Compact
Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland signed the Confederated Salish and Kootenai-Montana Compact on Friday, formally executing the Montana Water Rights Protection Act enacted by Congress on Dec. 21, 2020, the U.S. Department of Interior announced in a news release Friday.
Biden administration considers restoring protection for wolves; cites Montana, Idaho hunts
Forest supervisor scales back Swan Valley logging project
Groups to sue Montana DEQ over refusal to uphold “bad actor” mining law
Irrigation company must remove Clark Fork River barriers to move gravel at canal intake
Opinion: Why American Prairie’s plans are good for Montana
Pete Geddes writes, "While most Montanan’s who have commented thus far clearly welcome our proposal, some remain committed to a misinformation campaign based on rumors and misdirection."
Arts & Events
Harmon's Histories: News flash! Kangaroo sighting in St. Regis!
Shortly after midnight I was awakened by a cold breath on my burning cheek, and setting up beheld, to my horror, a huge kangaroo hopping around the room.
Harmon's Histories: Coyote Bill 'the sneakin'est man' ever to torment Missoula
Indie rock alive and well with Deep Sea Diver at the Kettlehouse
Harmon's Histories: Montana lawmakers argued about drivers' licenses for decades
Defense dominates as Griz upset #20 Pac-12 powerhouse Washington
'On the cusp:' Missoula hospitals close to crisis care as patients flood in
With no other option, Missoula's elected officials, school leaders and members of the medical community on Friday resorted to begging for personal responsibility as they struggle to address a record-setting spike in Covid-19 patients and its growing impacts.