Missoula won’t oppose ‘one size fits all’ housing bill, but debate lingers
With mixed opinions, the Missoula City Council on Monday voted to override the city's opposing stance on a housing bill that would permit duplexes by right in all single-family neighborhoods.
Phase 2 of Hellgate Village goes before City Council
The second phase of a housing project off Mullan Road made its debut before the Missoula City Council on Monday night and would include 33 units if approved.
Groups threaten to sue Flathead Forest over new Holland Lake permit
After discovering that the Flathead National Forest has allowed an out-of-state corporation to make some changes to the Holland Lake Lodge property, three watchdog groups have warned the Forest Service that it’s breaking federal law.
Viewpoint: 30% of nation’s last wild migratory buffalo have been removed
Jaedin Medicine Elk writes, "The 'hunt' has been, and continues to be, an irresponsible slaughter that disregards the very survival of the population."
Viewpoint: Holland Lake Lodge Syndrome is worse than we thought
Mike Garrity writes, "Forest Service documents show that the Forest Service and POWDR are proceeding with expansion plans, with no public involvement, as if the permit denial never happened."
Missoula council approves Ten Spoon easement, but cautions housing needs
Residents of the Rattlesnake won what few other neighborhoods have received in recent years, that being a 21-acre conservation easement set in the middle of the neighborhood.
Missoula County to consider zoning rural pot stores, cultivators
Missoula County will consider new zoning that would place certain rules on rural marijuana dispensaries and cultivators, including the distance between each storefront and the amount of energy they use.
Missoula, Bozeman & NW Energy agree on terms of green tariff
The effort to craft a green tariff in partnership with NorthWestern Energy is set to reach a milestone in the coming weeks with the signing of an agreement between the project's partners.
Ani DiFranco plays the Wilma, still creative after 35 years
William Munoz writes, "More than 20 albums later, the nearly sold-out concert at the Wilma Theatre last week was a testimony to DiFranco's continued appeal."
Viewpoint: Celebrating Upper Missouri River Breaks, monuments
Haley Miller and Harvey Nyberg write, "This January marked 22 years since the designation of The Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument."