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Roundabout construction begins at Orange, I-90 interchange

March 28, 2017
Work to ease a frustrating intersection just off the Interstate 90 interchange on Orange Street has begun with the construction of what's billed to be Montana's first five-legged roundabout.

Missoula passes 70,000 residents, census figures estimate

March 28, 2017
Missoula's estimated population stands at 71,024 people, up from 66,788 residents reported in the official U.S. Census conducted in 2010 and the 69,190 residents estimated in 2015.

Lolo Forest acquires last section of rail trail on Hiawatha route

March 26, 2017
Western Montanans, and all other comers, will again be able to “ride the rails” on 45 miles of the old Milwaukee Road route between St. Regis and Pearson, Idaho, with the recent completion of a years-long effort to acquire the historic railroad grades.

Student housing project starts Front Street building boom

March 23, 2017
Construction is moving quickly on the new student housing complex under development on Front Street in downtown Missoula, and come next week, the framers will arrive to begin give height to the $38 million project.

Roof and all, Missoula Mercantile slowly coming down

March 21, 2017
“We're probably close to 75 percent done with our portion of the contract,” said Jason Nuckolls, the deconstruction manager for Home ReSource. “The biggest part of our contract is to deconstruct and take as much usable, heavy-duty lumber as we can without the building falling down on us.”

Library site prep to begin this spring for 2020 opening

March 21, 2017
The library's capital campaign committee is also looking to raise an additional $2 million as part of its effort to secure $5 million in private funds for the estimated $35 million facility, which is set for construction on the 400 block of East Front Street.

Grant Creek's Sippy is Missoula's top neighborhood volunteer

March 20, 2017
Karen Sippy, who says – simply – that she “just loves Missoula so much,” is the city’s neighborhood volunteer of the year. A proclamation says so, as did the Missoula City Council on Monday night.

Developer expects apartment project to increase vacancy rates

March 20, 2017
A local developer believes his 330-unit apartment project off Mullan Road will help soften the vacancy rate across Missoula when the first units open this May, followed by 116 additional units this fall.

$1.5M reimbursement approved for $30M Stockman Bank project

March 16, 2017
The Missoula Redevelopment Agency will reimburse Stockman Bank for a portion of its $30 million downtown construction project, including $1 million for demolition and utility work and $300,000 for improvements to the public right of way.
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