Republicans on House panel push through abortion, transgender bills
In a series of early morning votes Thursday, a Republican-controlled committee at the Montana Legislature advanced five bills that would restrict or further regulate abortion and transgender athletes in the state.
Daines, Tester anticipate U.S. Senate under Biden, Democratic leadership
'This is Democracy's Day:' Biden calls for unity in inaugural address
No permit required: Montana concealed carry bill reaches Senate committee
Anti abortion bills get first hearing, and path to passage
RBH Investments eyes renovations to Missoula's old Fat Cat pizzeria
The Missoula Redevelopment Agency on Thursday approved a request from RBH Investments to help fund renovations to the old Fat Cat pizzeria building, which are expected to cost more than $2 million.
Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority appoints officers, courts more counties
Montana Legislature may double financing for affordable housing
152-lot Missoula subdivision set to begin construction after City Council approval
Missoula County, city set to train staff, developers on new Mullan area codes
Biden signs executive orders halting Keystone XL, leases at Bears Ears, ANWR
President Joe Biden reversed several of his predecessor’s policies and federal agency standards, signing a combination of executive orders, memoranda and other directives to address of the Covid-19 pandemic, delay drastic climate change and advance racial equality.
Montana FWP director selected by Biden for USFWS leadership role
Montana GOP wants to increase size of FWP commission
DC Circuit rejects Trump rollback of power plant emission rules
Will Biden kill Keystone XL? Montana environmental groups cautiously optimistic
Opinion: Lawmaker to Montana ranchers - you cannot be trusted
Thomas Baumeister and Corey Ellis write, "Introduced by Sen. Regier (R-Kalispell), SB 115 sends the message that Montana ranchers cannot be trusted to make good decisions with their land, specifically when it comes to conservation easements."
Letters: Daines must vote to impeach and right the Republican Party
Letters: Time for Republicans to rid party of Trump and his lies
Opinion: Trump's rise, fall reminiscent of another chapter of history
Montana Viewpoint: Starting over after sedition
Arts & Events
Harmon's Histories: Missoula's Legion Hall fire gutted building, membership
The salesmen at Olney Motors scrambled to move the brand-new 1956 model Cadillacs from their display lot. They had to move fast – the building just west of theirs, the American Legion Hall, had caught fire and the blaze was spreading fast.
Harmon's Histories: Can Twain, Rogers help America put anger aside?
Harmon's Histories: Then and now, post offices provide essential service for Montanans
Harmon's Histories: As new year begins, remembering the age-old generosity of Montanans
Harmon's Histories: Visions of Christmas past ... peacocks, tall tales and flaming raisins
Missoula lawmaker: Campus gun bill could cost UM, MSU $4.5M each per year
A bill that would allow guns on campus could cost Montana State University and the University of Montana at least $4.5 million each – every year – said Sen. Diane Sands, a Missoula Democrat.