Missoula airport exploring third phase of terminal expansion as Phase 2 begins
As Missoula Montana Airport continues building the second phase of the passenger terminal, it will also consider tackling Phase III, a move that could save costs down the road by rolling one project into the other.
Viewpoint: This year, holiday shopping should include health insurance.
Olivia Riutta writes, "Take the time to do a little shopping to find affordable health coverage for you and your family. It’s a gift that lasts all year."
Judge allows wolf season to go ahead while lawsuit continues
A Helena judge will allow Montana’s wolf hunting and trapping season to proceed unchanged while a lawsuit works its way through the courts.
Missoula airport logs fall record passenger count in new terminal
With the first phase of the new passenger terminal open, Missoula Montana Airport logged two straight months with record passenger numbers, exceeding the years prior to the pandemic.
Missoula County recognizes incident team that responded to Florida for Ian recovery
Three months after deploying to Florida, Missoula County on Tuesday recognized a local incident command team for their commitment to help residents recover from Hurricane Ian.
Missoula city, county establish abatement region with opioid funding imminent
With funding from the national opioid settlement ready for distribution, the Missoula City Council on Monday approved an agreement with the county to establish an opioid abatement region that encompasses Missoula County.
U.S. House to intervene in rail workers strike, heeding Biden call
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Monday said the House will take up legislation to ratify an agreement between rail workers and operators in order to avert a nationwide rail strike.
‘Friends of the Montana Constitution’ created to promote, defend historical act
Mae Nan Ellingson, the youngest Delegate to the 1972 Montana Constitutional Convention, announced the formation of Friends of the Montana Constitution, a Montana nonprofit and nonpartisan educational corporation.
Requests for welfare checks surge in aftermath of University of Idaho student slayings
Since Nov. 13 — the day four U of I students were found slain in an off-campus house — the Moscow Police Department has received 78 “calls for unusual circumstances” and 36 requests for welfare checks.
Missoula changes project review to streamline housing development
Citing a backlog of applications and growing pressure, the Missoula City Council on Monday agreed to implement an emergency ordinance making development projects – once approved only upon condition – a matter of right within certain zoning districts.