Montana GOP escalates battle with Supreme Court, subpoenas all justices
Republican leadership at the Montana Legislature Thursday ratcheted up their inquiry into alleged bias by the Montana Supreme Court, ordering its justices to produce, by Monday, any internal communications about bills before the Legislature.
Constitutional amendment to ban abortion in Montana comes up short
Democrats want Department of Administration emails
Legislative bill pits property rights against greater public good
Legislature refuses to comply with Montana Supreme Court order on emails
With housing tight and costs rising, city and county of Missoula turn to solutions
With inventory lacking and housing prices soaring, the city and county of Missoula have placed attainable housing among their top priorities this year, though efforts to move the dial began well before the pandemic hit and the Rocky Mountain West became a haven for those seeking refuge.
Bullish on Missoula: Region's economic growth leaves pandemic lows behind
State of Missoula: Despite pandemic, community on verge 'of renaissance'
Bodnar: UM undergoing academic renewal; set for $100M in infrastructure upgrades
Westside rezone ahead of apartment project wins Missoula City Council approval
Biden taps Missoula's Tracy Stone-Manning to lead Bureau of Land Management
A Missoulian has been tapped for the top position at the Bureau of Land Management. On Wednesday morning, the Biden administration confirmed that it would nominate Tracy Stone-Manning to take over as director of the BLM. She would serve under recently confirmed Interior Secretary Deb Haaland.
Missoula County maintains Five Valleys contract for monitoring conservation easements
State legislators question purpose of proposed land transfer bill
PSC staff: Northwestern's Colstrip bill could cost ratepayers more
Missoula County ups offer on 27 acres eyed for gravel to $385K
Letter to Gianforte: Trapping bills bad for Montana, bad for wildlife
Kent Laudon writes, "These bills, individually and collectively, further erode society’s strained views of hunting and trapping. That in turn threatens the future of those activities on public and private property."
Voices: Poll shows Legislature out of touch with voters on tobacco issues
Kadas: Rushed tax bill will result in uncertain and regressive outcomes
Letters: 2021 Legislature shouldn't handicap future sessions with bad bill
Montana Viewpoint: Covid research and the division between science and opinion
Arts & Events
Harmon's Histories: Montana's earliest newspapers were fiercely independent
In the first edition of Montana’s first newspaper, the Montana Post, in Virginia City, August 27, 1864, Editor John Buchanan made it clear: “Believing that political demagogues have well nigh ruined our country, we shall not make our paper the organ of any clique or faction."
Harmon's Histories: Marshall Grade a perilous route for 150 years
Harmon's Histories: Sheriff Frank Baney served Lincoln County with courage, compassion
Harmon's Histories: Missoula jeweler Herman Kohn's eventful life ... and iconic downtown clock
Harmon's Histories: Meet the desperadoes, burger champs and athletes of Saco, Montana
Flathead Tribal Defenders Office, Missoula County collaborating on jail diversion, reentry
As the justice system in Missoula develops new ideas around incarceration, the county detention center and tribal defenders on the Flathead Reservation hope to maintain an agreement intended to help Native American inmates land on their feet upon reentry into the community.