Trump won't commit to peaceful transfer if he loses election
When asked directly if he would commit to a peaceful transition of power should the 2020 election not fall in his favor, President Donald Trump refused to answer before exiting a White House press briefing for an “emergency call.”
Ruth Bader Ginsburg lauded as trailblazer in Supreme Court ceremony
Cooney, healthcare workers defend ACA as U.S. Supreme Court hearing looms
Gianforte supports Trump-appointed Ginsburg replacement before election
Outside campaign money in Montana governor's race nears $20M
UM College of Business names first woman as dean
Suzanne Tilleman, who has been interim dean at the University of Montana's College of Business since May 2019, will begin her duties immediately. She is the first woman to serve as permanent dean of the college.
Solar developers win another Montana Supreme Court decision against PSC
'Solid strategic decision:' City collects rent on Sleepy Inn; housing in future plans
Missoula County funds social organizations, looks to address equity with new position
Missoula County accepts media company's $1.53M offer on tech lots near airport
Native Americans feel double pain in season of COVID and fires
On the Flathead Reservation north of Missoula, Montana, COVID-19 hit the fire crew of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes before the fires did. While no fires were burning at the time, it was a worrisome wake-up call.
In letters, Missoula County urges Senate to support Blackfoot-Clearwater act
First day of fall: Time to pick apples, fruit to avoid attracting bears
Flathead research station gets grant to study mercury in lake food web
Wildfires' toxic air leaves damage long after the smoke clears
Letters: Tranel understands the complex issues facing Montana PSC
Gary Matson of Milltown writes, "This year’s state and federal elections are the most consequential in our lifetimes. We must choose candidates who place the good of state and country ahead of self-serving goals."
Letters: Montana PSC needs Tranel to regulate monopoly utilities
Voices: The living owe past generations who worked for a better tomorrow
Letters: Diane Magone has the effective leadership needed in Montana Senate
Cooney and Graybill: We will stand together in defense of Montana workers
Arts & Events
Harmon's Histories: Remembering The Mix, Missoula's elegant, ill-fated European hotel
The Mix House – or as it more was commonly known, the European hotel – was constructed in 1890 at the corner of Spruce and Woody streets by a man described as “one of the best known citizens of Missoula and Missoula County.” Yet few today recognize his name.
Harmon's Histories: Are the times a-changin' for rail service in Missoula?
Harmon's Histories: On Labor Day 2020, remember Montana workers' longtime struggle for equality
Harmon's Histories: Montana schools met Spanish flu challenges much as they're navigating COVID-19
Harmon's Histories: The Missoula mayor who refused to be mayor
Bigfork Independent Film Festival to showcase Montana made movies
A total of 26 independent films - ranging from features to short films and documentaries - will be showcased at the 4th annual Bigfork Independent Film Festival at the Bigfork Center for Performing Arts in October.