House Dems unhappy over alleged mistreatment by some Montana GOP members
Leaders of the Democratic minority said they’ve seen a “pattern of disregard” for their members, with some Republicans abusing their power to mistreat Democrats and breach decorum, in committees and on the floor.
Gianforte announces vaccine expansion in Montana
States chip away at abortion rights with Supreme Court in mind
Montana GOP passes bills limiting authority of local health officials, governor
Montana "internet porn" bill killed after panel chair apologizes for excluding Dems
Missoula Muni Court judge announces retirement after 10 years
Missoula Municipal Court Judge Jenks has served as a judge for 10 years and has been elected twice. She said she's looking forward to traveling and enjoying her hobbies in retirement.
At halfway point, Montana House kills 'right to work' legislation
Missoula County opposes "right to work" measure in Legislature
Missoula City Council approves Mullan impact fees ahead of planned growth
With deed signed, Missoula housing project, support services set for construction
February snow rescues western Montana’s snowpack, for now
The long-range forecast from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows western Montana has a good chance of being colder than normal and slightly wetter than normal. But both trends disappear as we get into April and May.
Missoula County inks contract for energy audit in pursuit of carbon neutrality
New White House eyes reversal of Trump's gutting of spotted owl protections
Scientists: Polar bears, narwhals can't adapt quickly enough to climate change
Sustainable Missoula: At Providence, WE ACT to care for the climate
Thoughts from Eureka: No penalty for Trump's treason sets precedence
David James writes, "Their vote and the Republican party will live on in infamy as the party that enabled treason. Impeachment was not so much a punishment for Trump as a necessity for democracy."
Letters: Montana House Bill 176 is voter suppression
Montana Viewpoint: Defend our right to vote with same muster as right to bear arms
Opinion: Conservation victory in pulling destructive Henry's Fork logging project
Letters: Carbon fee and dividend plan could curb climate change, stimulate economy
Arts & Events
Harmon's Histories: Did the sheriff shoot himself, or did his wife try to cover up a murder?
This week’s episode was to have been the conclusion of our series on Marie (Mary) Angelia Thibeau McWhirk Buker Drouillard. But wouldn’t you know it – we’ve uncovered a few more unexpected details relating to this woman whose marriages to three prominent Missoula men in the 1870s all ended badly.
Harmon's Histories: Missoula's 11th sheriff was murdered in the jail by his wife
Harmon's Histories: Missoula's first doctor married, divorced, died mysteriously
Harmon's Histories: Who shot the sheriff? Solving Missoula's great murder mystery of 1878
Harmon's Histories: A page from early Missoula ... Honest Abe's tutor, winter's provisions, a drunk's poem
Seeley Lake, public lands advocate Von Stutterheim dies a week after day named in his honor
A week after proclaiming Feb. 16 as Klaus Von Stutterheim Day, Missoula County commissioners on Tuesday announced his passing, calling the Seeley Lake and public lands advocate a good friend and public servant.