Digital divide: Gianforte signs $275 million broadband expansion bill
Gov. Greg Gianforte signed an ambitious, federally funded broadband expansion package Tuesday, enacting a $275 million investment with pledges to close Montana’s digital divide and shake its slump as one of the least connected states in the country.
Montana SupCo justice testifies in Legislature's subpoena power case
Gianforte signs bill prohibiting transgender athletes from women's high school, college sports
Four Colstrip utilities sue NorthWestern Energy, Talen
In Kalispell, Gianforte signs tax cuts, tax reform into law
Missoula entrepreneur double dips in new startups, overcomes industry hurdles
As a woman, Reghan Brandt faced a unique set of challenges in the insurance industry, but her passion and experience navigating the corporate world helped guide her through these obstacles.
Missoula business leaders express post-pandemic optimism; interest in relocating high
Tester: Enhanced unemployment plays a role, but businesses need workers
Missoula council approves city control of land appraisals during subdivision review
Legislature's paltry film cap kills plans for media hub in Missoula; sends jobs elsewhere
Montana to become 1st state to strike numeric standards for nitrogen, phosphorus
The EPA has long said that numeric nutrient standards are important tools for regulators to prevent rivers, streams, lakes and gulfs from the kind of nutrient loading that leads to harmful algal blooms, fish kills, and health concerns related to impaired drinking water.
FWP angers fly fishermen by stopping trout restoration
Dry March and April result in less mountain snowpack, lower rivers
Missoula County backs plans to study local food production, consumption and barriers
New infrared counters help State Parks track visitors
Montana Viewpoint: Just say no to thugs and politics born in fear
Jim Elliott writes, "There are two ways to bring people together, hope and fear, and of the two, fear is by far the easiest. You don’t have to dig very deep to find something that enough people worry about that can be exploited for personal or political advantage."
Letters: South Plateau logging project should be withdrawn
Bullock: The Montana setback plan and consequences of 2020 election
Voices: Montana’s comeback depends on housing bill and Gianforte's signature
Letters: John Engen is the experience Missoula can trust
Arts & Events
Harmon's Histories: UM's Kaimin debuted with distinguished staff, oft-mispronounced name
I was reading the Kaimin the other day – well, to be more precise, to specify with specificity, as I have often have been known to jokingly say, I was reading the debut issue of the Kaimin from June 1, 1898 and came across a couple of curiosities.
Sustainable Missoula: Collaborating for the future
Harmon's Histories: Missoula's 1888 housing crisis left locals searching for shelter day and night
Harmon's Histories: Will Horse Plains, Montana produce America's 1st female president?
Harmon's Histories: Montana's earliest newspapers were fiercely independent
Gianforte signs daylight savings bill; states to petition feds for permanent time zone
While it's too soon to set the clock and leave it forever, Montana moved one step closer to permanent daylight savings time this week after Gov. Greg Gianforte signed a bill authorizing the move.