Gov. Bullock vetoes 3 bills, including tax cut on Social Security income
Gov. Steve Bullock vetoed three bills late last week, including one that would have exempted more Social Security income from state taxation.
Hayman to lead Montana VA Health Care System
Coalition406 proposes 2020 state ballot initiative to legalize marijuana
Medicaid expansion, infrastructure bills pass Legislature
Montana law enforcement challenged by jump in meth and its guns, violent crime
Missoula leaders adopt philosophy of "innovation" when problem solving
Standing in a suit before an audience in Missoula last week, University of Montana President Seth Bodnar quoted a number of achieved artists and businesses leaders, though it was Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones who best made his point.
Hellgate Venture Network celebrates 10 years of successful start-ups
Redevelopment agency approves TIF funding for townhome project
$20M hotel planned for downtown wins funding assistance for public improvements
Reflex Protect: Missoula-made spray offers non-lethal self-defense option
Earth Day 2019: Need for Clark Fork River guardians never wanes
Locals have learned to treasure the Clark Fork River, but appreciation doesn’t always translate into action. So even after years of river advocacy, Clark Fork Coalition members know their jobs have just begun.
Earth Day 2019: Missoula Urban Demonstration seeks new, wider mission
Missoula County commissioners postpone final vote on new land use map
New effort focuses on restoration of Clark Fork River tributaries in central basin
EPA works to finalize repair plans for Smurfit berms during flood event
Opinion: Plastic pollutes our world, but that can change
Like many Montanans, I use the river as a salve – a cure-all balm for anything that ails me. It’s a place where I can recharge after work, reconnect with friends, or find quiet solitude. On this Earth Day, I’m going to test it for microplastics.
Harmon's Histories: Bicycle from Missoula to Hamilton? You should've tried it 120 years ago
Sustainable Missoula: This Earth Day, consider simple, non-techno solutions for 'livability'
Montana Wildlife Federation: Legislature missed chance to improve public access
Evan Barrett: Erratic Trump poorly served by staff of enablers
UM Regents professor Allendorf elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences
Fred Allendorf is one of more than 200 new members who constitute the Academy’s 239th class, which is made up of some of the world’s most accomplished scholars, scientists, writers and artists, as well as civic, business and philanthropic leaders.
UM, DeCuire agree to new three-year contract
51st annual Kyiyo celebration heads to the Adams Center
Lisa Parks, director of MIT Global Media Technologies, to speak at UM commencement
UM business dean Christoper Shook leaving for Bowling Green
Arts & Events
Socotra Music Festival set to open in Missoula with hip hop, RnB twist
The new owners of the annual Socotra Music Festival have shifted this year's event to include a wider range of music, adding hip hop and RnB to the party's electronic roots.