Long quiet, McConnell sets vote on Trump plan to end shutdown
President Trump, who has refused to sign any agreement to reopen the government that does not include money for a border wall, put forward the proposal on Saturday as an offer to end the shutdown. Democrats have been quick to signal their displeasure with the compromise effort.
Senate panel hears bill increasing penalties for aggravated DUI
Bill would criminalize bullying in schools; ACLU says it's not necessary
'West Side Story' hysteria? Bill would repeal Montana's switchblade ban
Record number of Native legislators bring issues to forefront of 2019 Legislature
Tester joins New Hampshire lawmakers in push to overturn Sup Court sales tax decision
With a new Congress now in session, Sen. Jon Tester is again pushing to overturn a U.S. Supreme Court decision that requires small local businesses to collect a sales tax on behalf of other taxing states.
Native American businesses in Montana land grants through equity program
After public input, planning firm unveils Missoula's growing downtown vision
Clean energy advocates urge NW Energy to forgo fossil fuels in new power portfolio
Airport travel distances hinder economic development in rural Montana
Economists: Shutdown's economic impact is a reminder of why government matters
As the United States endures the longest shutdown in its history, Americans are getting a taste of life without government. Collectively they show that government matters.
Montana Viewpoint: President's hateful words provoke racial confrontations
Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Can centuries of racism in America ever be eradicated?
Harmon's Histories: Buckhouse Bridge was vital, sometimes deadly link to Bitterroot Valley
Sustainable Missoula: 2019 is the year of 'Zero Heroes'
Watchdog groups sue to force review of Montana coal mine's harm to water, climate
This week, the Sierra Club, 350 Montana and WildEarth Guardians joined the Montana Environmental Information Center in a lawsuit alleging that the U.S. Office of Surface Mining once again rubber-stamped an expansion of the Bull Mountain Mine proposed by Signal Peak Energy.
City of Missoula, Trout Unlimited move forward with Rattlesnake Dam removal
Some Orchard Homes residents willing to sell land to avoid future floods
Public lands advocates bring message of protection to Capitol
Appeals court tosses Oregon suit over climate change
Montana women's basketball: Goligoski to miss remainder of season
Montana redshirt junior guard Taylor Goligoski, who started the team's first 13 games this year, will miss the remainder of the 2018-19 basketball season. Goligoski has an osteochondral lesion in her left leg that must be repaired.
UM students present outdoor gear exhibit at Historical Museum at Fort Missoula
UM president joins Montana Army National Guard
UM professor named fellow of national Speech Language Hearing Association
Griz linebacker Dante Olson named to 8th All-America list
Arts & Events
'Perma Red' Montana's "most beloved" novel; 'River Runs Through It' second
According to the voting, "Perma Red" is now the state's most beloved novel. More so than Norman Maclean's “A River Runs Through It,” which placed second, and Ivan Doig's “This House of Sky,” which placed third.