PHC to expand behavioral health program at Missoula schools
Students at the four schools will have on-site access to mental health services, substance use disorder services, and support to address health-related social needs, including access to food and housing, or to sign up for health insurance.
Top Hat kicks off Groove Concert Series with Rootz Within
The folks at Logjam Presents are bringing in locals, along with lesser-known bands on the weekends for their Groove Concert Series, which looks to showcase the vibrant music scene in our state.
Obituaries: Frances “Frankie” Ann Flaherty
The world lost a beautiful soul on September 16, 2023 when Frances "Frankie" Ann Flaherty passed away.
County approves bond funding for New Meadows park, trail
The New Meadows trail system will serve as a one-half mile loop in a new 8-acre park off Mullan Road.
County approves wider bear-buffer zone, requires bear-resistant bins
Changes to Missoula County's solid waste regulations will widen the bear buffer zone around the city limits and phase in the requirement of bear-resistant trash bins over the next three years.
Voices: Gwen Jones keeps Missoula City Council on task
Jim Wheelis writes, "We’re lucky to have her on the city council and fortunate that she wants another term. I’m lucky to have her as a neighbor. Someone like Gwen makes city government and neighborhoods work right."
Tester, Daines vote to keep government open; Zinke, Rosendale opposed
Montana Reps. Matt Rosendale and Ryan Zinke were among a monitory of House Republicans to vote against a stopgap spending measure that kept the government open.
Second half lifts Griz over Idaho State in soggy homecoming
Montana football bounced back on Homecoming and defeated an explosive Idaho State team 28-20 to improve to 4-1 on the season and 1-1 in Big Sky play.
Colorado River officials to expand troubled water conservation program in 2024
Colorado River officials plan to expand a conservation program next year that pays farmers and ranchers to use less water. But questions remain about some of the proposed ideas and the program’s overall efficacy.
It was a music-filled summer in Missoula
The 2023 outdoor concert season began May 13 with Bret Young and closed on Sept. 22 with Goose. In between, there were nearly 40 outdoor concerts between the Kettlehouse and Big Sky amphitheaters.