Missoula doc: Measles outbreak could easily make its way to Montana
February 4, 2019
It could be just a matter of time before the public health emergency over measles in Washington state affects Montana. DoctorsRead more.
West Broadway home a total loss in Friday afternoon fire
January 18, 2019
A Missoula family’s home was a total loss in a Friday afternoon fire on West Broadway. City Fire Chief JeffRead more.
Catholic order releases names of Hi-Line priests with “credible” claims of abuse
January 3, 2019
The West Province of the Jesuits, a Catholic order of priests, has released the names of priests who once servedRead more.
Missoula firefighters quickly knock down flames beneath Cooley Street home
December 22, 2018
Missoula city firefighters quickly extinguished a fire burning from beneath a home on Cooley Street Saturday afternoon, although the residentsRead more.
Missoula grandmother, 2 grandchildren escape Howell Street house fire
December 16, 2018
Alerted by a fire alarm, a Missoula grandmother got herself and two grandchildren out of a burning home on HowellRead more.
Missoula firefighters knock down 2nd house fire of holiday weekend
November 24, 2018
Missoula city firefighters responded to the second house fire of the holiday weekend on Saturday. Flames were showing through theRead more.
Missoula firefighters extinguish Burlington house fire Thursday night
November 23, 2018
The Missoula Fire Department extinguished a structure fire early Friday morning at a home on Burlington Avenue. Jeff Kroll, actingRead more.
Missoula police: Suspect dead after officer-involved shooting
November 18, 2018
Missoula police officers were involved in the fatal shooting of a suspect after responding to a domestic violence call atRead more.
Havre High School closed by threat on bathroom wall
November 12, 2018
Havre High School has been canceled Tuesday because of a threat found in the boys’ bathroom. Parents received text messages at 8Read more.
Reducing breast cancer deaths by 50 percent: Missoula’s 1st Race for the Cure is Saturday
October 12, 2018
The Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure is taking place in Missoula for the first time this Saturday, withRead more.
Scheduled maintenance leads to unexpected outage of Missoula 9-1-1 center
August 2, 2018
Scheduled service to the Missoula 9-1-1 dispatch center resulted in a three-hour outage early Thursday morning, prompting officials to issueRead more.
Search and rescue recovers body of 70-year-old man missing on Clark Fork River
June 16, 2018
Missoula County Search and Rescue crews on Friday recovered the body of David Hall, who went missing on the ClarkRead more.
High flows and debris: Crews suspend search for missing man on Clark Fork
June 11, 2018
Missoula County Search and Rescue crews on Sunday night ceased their search for a 70-year-old boater who went missing on the ClarkRead more.
Missoula County WIC program to offer $30 vouchers for Farmers Market produce
May 21, 2018
The Missoula County Health Department is gearing up for the summer season, the Farmers Market in particular, where it willRead more.
Dwight Yoakam to headline 2018 Red Ants Pants Music Festival
April 8, 2018
Dwight Yoakam will headline the eighth annual Red Ants Pants Music Festival this July, it was announced at a blockRead more.
Man charged in sick animal cruelty case after distributing video to Montanan
March 30, 2018
A former Navy petty officer faces up to seven years in federal prison after pleading guilty this week to sharingRead more.
Missoula County remains state’s 2nd most populous, but Gallatin, Flathead make gains
March 27, 2018
Missoula County added more than 8,100 residents over the past seven years, maintaining its place as Montana’s second most populousRead more.
FDA looks to strip cigarettes of addictive power by cutting nicotine
March 16, 2018
Stripping cigarettes of all or most of their addictive power could lead 5 million adults to quit smoking within aRead more.
With a prayer, Union Gospel Mission fills in for Pov during winter overcrowding
March 13, 2018
While Jesus and redemption lie at the heart of Don Evans' work, the Union Gospel Mission found itself playing aRead more.
Calling all landlords: Missoula partners look to house 40 families in 40 homes in March
March 6, 2018
Julie Barrett was one of the lucky ones to find stable housing through a federal rental-assistance program that has broughtRead more.
State urges vaccinations after Yellowstone County child dies of flu
March 1, 2018
RiverStone Health, in conjunction with the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, has confirmed the first pediatric deathRead more.
Missoula Lady Bruins top Bozeman for state amateur hockey championship
February 26, 2018
The Missoula Lady Bruins shut out Bozeman 2-0 for the second day in a row to win the Montana AmateurRead more.
After shooting, ‘honor how kids want to deal with their feelings’
February 25, 2018
With so much coverage of last week’s grisly school shooting in Parkland, Fla., students, parents and others are struggling toRead more.
Overcrowded: Missoula homeless shelter to set cap on number of overnight residents
February 23, 2018
The latest bout of cold weather has left the Poverello Center well over capacity, forcing the organization to prepare aRead more.
Lockdown ordered at Big Sky High after graffiti found on bathroom wall
February 22, 2018
A lock down was ordered at Sentinel High School on Wednesday morning after graffiti was found on a bathroom wallRead more.
Montana Rail Link Park set for spring construction off South Avenue
February 15, 2018
The Missoula Redevelopment Agency on Thursday selected Dick Anderson Construction to manage work ahead of this spring's groundbreaking for a new cityRead more.
New building for Missoula police detectives, evidence storage gets a funding boost
February 15, 2018
The city of Missoula will receive $1 million in tax increment monies from the Missoula Redevelopment Agency to help payRead more.
Help for a day: Community project connects Missoula’s homeless, low-income with vital services
January 26, 2018
The 12th annual Project Community Connect, organized by the At-Risk Housing Coalition on Friday, coincided with Thursday night's annual point-in-time survey, anRead more.
Service organizations see progress in Missoula’s plan to reduce homelessness
January 24, 2018
On Tuesday night at a community forum on homelessness, Darren Ashby detailed his journey from addiction to recovery. His stint inRead more.
Shelter for intoxicated homeless would save human, taxpayer costs, officer says
January 23, 2018
While homelessness will never be wholly solved – and while the city will never “end” homelessness as the title ofRead more.
Veteran releases hate and hurt to graduate from Missoula treatment court
January 17, 2018
After a sexual assault in the Army, alcoholism, PTSD and a stint in jail, Billy Jo Chaffin was looking toRead more.
We have a dream: Missoula minorities still live in fear despite King’s legacy
January 15, 2018
Three Missoula women reflect on the challenges and fears of being minorities in Trump's America, where deportation, violence and racialRead more.
Ending homelessness: Missoula making progress with 10-year plan, experts say
January 8, 2018
Organizations across Missoula are working behind the scenes to bring an end to homelessness by addressing the issues that createRead more.
Historical Society exhibit brings Word War I home to Montana
January 6, 2018
One of the most difficult things about assembling a World War I exhibit at the Montana Historical Society Museum inRead more.
Fitness friendly: Missoula tops the charts for third year running (no pun intended)
January 3, 2018
Missoula ranked No. 1 in SmartAsset's most “fitness friendly" places for the third consecutive year – a nod to theRead more.
Study: Good friends might be your best brain booster as you age
December 31, 2017
For nine years, these experts have been examining “SuperAgers” — men and women over age 80 whose memories are asRead more.
For second year, Missoula takes top spot in number of Peace Corps volunteers
December 14, 2017
Missoula produced more Peace Corps volunteers on a per capita basis than all other cities in 2017, earning it theRead more.
After Marsy’s Law, Missoula County Attorney looks to keep victim coordinators
December 12, 2017
The Missoula County Attorney's Office will keep two positions created to comply with Marsy's Law, a victim's rights bill passedRead more.
Poverello Center packed with winter residents as efforts turn toward rapid rehousing
December 8, 2017
The number of residents turning to the Poverello Center for warmth and shelter this year is up over last year,Read more.
County awards more plowing contracts for commuter trails than last year
November 28, 2017
Missoula County commissioners on Tuesday approved four contracts to plow non-motorized trails this winter, including a first-time contract for theRead more.
Missoula honors Marine who returned Japanese honor flag to fallen enemy’s family
November 27, 2017
The Missoula City Council and all in the audience at Monday night’s council meeting stood to honor Missoula veteran MarvinRead more.
New treatment court coordinator may be fresh to the job, but not the issue of addiction
November 27, 2017
Some of the participants in Missoula's Co-Occurring Treatment Court will be veterans, some not, though all have been in troubleRead more.
Thanksgiving dinner cheaper than last year, but Food Bank duties continue
November 22, 2017
This year's annual price survey found those feeding 10 dinner guests will spend $49.12, or 75 cents less than lastRead more.
As relatives gather, family talks on end-of-life wishes increase over holidays
November 22, 2017
The roast turkey and pecan pie may be the same as always, but growing numbers of families plan to addRead more.
Missoula groups launch new campaign on affirmative sexual consent
November 16, 2017
One month after a new state law went into effect changing the definition of consent, an equally new campaign willRead more.
Missoula County inks contract to study future of historic valley ranch
November 14, 2017
Missoula County commissioners approved a $44,000 service contract with A&E Architects on Tuesday to assess the condition of the landRead more.
Missoula police: Investigation continues into Mountain Line death threats
November 13, 2017
The Missoula Police Department continues its investigation into a series of death threats made to Mountain Line employees in theRead more.
Monday morning fog to start the work week
November 13, 2017
The work week started out on the chilly side in Missoula on Monday with an icy fog and temperatures ofRead more.
Easing the transition: Missoula partners explore the challenges of leaving prison
November 9, 2017
Roughly 97 percent of Montana prisoners will return to the community. While their crime is theirs to bear, how successfullyRead more.
Starbucks adds Missoula’s refugee efforts to national film series
October 19, 2017
Not only has Starbucks selected Soft Landing for inclusion in its "Upstanders" film series, the company also has chosen MissoulaRead more.