Facing federal investigation, Zinke out as Interior secretary; replacement expected soon
In a surprise announcement via Twitter on Saturday, President Donald Trump said Secretary of Interior Ryan Zinke will be leaving the post by the end of December, ending a tenure that lasted nearly two years.
Daines, Gianforte join Keystone push; letter makes no mention of climate change
Tester retains seat as Ranking Member on Senate Committee on Veterans Affairs
Too few found: Tester, Daines seek answers on missing Native American women
Dark money: Bill to ID backers of political ads sent to Congress
City considers adding "tourism infrastructure" to aging Front Street district's plan
Tourism in Missoula pumps more than $329 million into the local economy, with 4 million visitors stopping in the city each year. The industry creates 3,300 local jobs, and provides other benefits as well.
Retail sales grew in November, easing economic fears
Missoula City Council to consider permit for 68-unit townhome project
TSA takes up new position in lobby of Missoula International Airport
Missoula women launch law firm with full business services for entrepreneurs
Harmon's Histories: 175 years later, 'A Christmas Carol' rings true
It’s hard to believe. It’s been 175 years since the book was published. Originally titled “A Christmas Carol. In Prose. Being a Ghost Story of Christmas,” Charles Dickens’ novella was published on December 19, 1843. An instant hit, it sold out by Christmas Eve.
Sustainable Missoula: Eco Club helps lead Sentinel High toward sustainability
Montana Viewpoint: Uh-oh! The predictable, yet unintended consequences of tariffs
Readers' opinion: Missoula County must impose moratorium on cryptocurrency mining
Mountain Line: Let's grow our roster of Zero-Fare partners to 40 by year's end
'Wake up, the planet is burning up!' Brown tells polluting nations
Outgoing California Gov. Jerry Brown had some harsh words for world leaders at the United Nations Climate Conference in Poland, which wrapped up Friday. “Wake up! The planet is burning up.
New science bolsters findings that emissions put U.S. in danger
It's not just Montana: Thinning glaciers will affect freshwater across Asia
Biologists: Agencies must better assess, respond to human-grizzly conflicts
Vast Bitterroot ecosystem grows in importance as grizzly bear recovery unfolds
UM interviews 4 finalists for new vice provost for student success
The University of Montana must build its students’ confidence and bolster their hope for the future, a finalist for the school’s new vice provost for student success said Monday. Sarah Swager was the last of four finalists to give an on-campus presentation making her case for the new position in UM President Seth Bodnar’s cabinet.
Husky Classic: Montana holds on for nail-biter win over Saint Francis, 79-77
Attorney General Fox shows UM's fall graduates the power of encouragement
Washington tops Montana, 69-54, in opener at Husky Classic
New UM financial veep says focus on students the key to revenue growth
Arts & Events
Missoula County jail inmates create art to cope with life's realities, connect with community
For some, the drawings tell a story of depression, even suicidal thoughts. For others, it’s a tale of struggle – against substance or physical abuse or long-term mental health challenges. For all, the artwork is a needed release that helps them cope with life's realities.