Tester: Veterans need to sign up for toxic-exposure benefits
Veterans in western Montana thanked Sen. Jon Tester, who visited the Missoula VFW Post to further publicize the benefits for veterans, some of which have yet to sign up.
Unaffiliated: Missoula’s religious landscape shifts with demographics
If these trends continue over the next 30 to 40 years, the number of people who are unaffiliated with a religion could outnumber the religious population for the first time in American history by 2060, according to Pew Research Center.
Ward 6 candidate convicted in Missoula court in 2003
A candidate for City Council who remains in a tie with the incumbent was arrested in Missoula in 2002 and charged with felony endangerment that wasn't disclosed during the campaign.
Retired Justice Sandra Day O’Connor has died at age 93
The first woman to serve on the Supreme Court, Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, died at the age of 93 on Friday morning, according to a court statement.
St. Pats recognized as primary stroke center, top heart center
Providence St. Patrick Hospital in Missoula notched two achievements this month after being designated as a “Top Heart Center” followed by designation as an advanced primary stroke center.
Viewpoint: Daines’ push to delist WSAs is anti-Montana
Josh Elliott writes, "The bill’s title is perplexing, as the Act is counter to anything that can reasonably be considered conservation and would negatively impact Montana sportsmen."
City Council to pick Ward 6 representative on Monday night
A Missoula City Council vote on who should represent Ward 6 after the General Election resulted in a tie is scheduled for Monday night, the city said Thursday.
Viewpoint: Without predators, ecosystems become zoos
Mike Bader writes, "The extreme laws and regulations in the Northern Rockies states are based on unscientific information and do not represent fair chase or proper wildlife management. Without the predator-prey relationship, these wildland ecosystems would become glorified zoos."
Data: Vacancy rate in Missoula rental market up, prices soften
Vacancy rates in Missoula's multi-family housing market nearly doubled in the last quarter and rent prices have begun to fall, a local brokerage and research firm said Wednesday.
City of Missoula notches its side of Marshall Mountain agreement
The City of Missoula has notched its side of an agreement to manage Marshall Mountain over the next year before transferring the park's operation and care over to Missoula County.