Fly fishing workshop teaches kids about one of Montana’s favorite past times
With four major rivers and 86 fishable tributaries in the area, teaching the kids about casting, bugs and conversation was a big part of the workshop.
“Unseen Missoula” guided tours bring to light history of Garden City
Whether it’s cabin fever or some spring blues and the need to get out of the house is alive and well, the Downtown Missoula Partnership has got us all covered.
Recreational survey results for Missoula’s Marshall Mountain released
Of the 1300 people that participated in the survey, the top five recreation wishes, among other answers, included Mountain biking, hiking and running, backcountry and nordic skiing, as well as public events.
Missoula County Public Schools Superintendent Rob Watson leaving position
Missoula County Public Schools Superintendent Rob Watson is leaving his position, effective June 30, he announced on Friday. Watson has been the superintendent of MCPS for three years and in public education for 29.
Heating bills skyrocket, force Montana residents to rethink heat during cold temps
Heating bills in Montana are expected to skyrocket to as much as a 50% increase this year, making it nearly impossible for some to turn on their heat.
Central Washington ski resort buys Blacktail Mountain Ski Area
Blacktail Mountain was built from the ground up and has been independently run for the last 23 years. Mission Ridge in Washington is also an independently run resort and bought Blacktail to expand their love for independently-operated ski areas.
Missoula marks Indigenous Peoples Day
Many cities in Montana still recognize it as Columbus Day, but a rally at the Missoula County courthouse on Monday was about changing that narrative and showcasing the truth.
First few humanitarian Afghan evacuees land in Missoula
The first of the 75 expected Afghans arrived in Missoula on Sunday. The refugees arrived on Special Immigrant Visas and now, as humanitarian parolees through the Afghan Placement and Assistance (APA) program.
Arlee Rehabilitation Center helps kids heal from traumatic events
The Arlee Rehabilitation Center started with one man who saw demand for those in need and wanted to meet it by combining his two passions—people and animals—together.
Sustainable Missoula: Clark Fork has come far, but annual river cleanup still needed
From removing Milltown Dam to cleaning up waste from mining and smelting operations, over time, we’ve made a big difference and worked hard to keep our river systems clean and healthy.