State adjustments leave Missoula eyeing 3.8 percent tax increase for FY 19
Adjustments to this year's taxable values by the Montana Department of Revenue has forced city leaders to propose a 3.85 percent tax increase despite Missoula's robust growth.
Given the chance, public weighs in on fate of Wilderness Study Areas in Williams' forum
Westside neighbors ask City Council, mayor for help addressing rampant crime
New Hill County attorney agrees to work for old pay
Pearl Jam rocks Missoula's vote, the great 'equalizer'
Montana Food Bank Network receives 35,000 pounds of pork from Smithfield Foods
One in eight Montanans experience hunger, and on Wednesday the Montana Food Bank Network was grateful to receive about 35,000 pounds of protein from Smithfield Foods, a Virginia pork processing company.
Fort Peck chairman wants tribes to join lawsuit against Keystone XL pipeline
Renovations set to begin on historic Commercial Building at fairgrounds
Montana's online retailers must start collecting sales taxes for Washington; other states to follow
State economist breaks down pros, cons of Montana's low unemployment rate
Montana Voices: Why Native Americans struggle to protect their sacred places
Forty years ago the U.S. Congress passed the American Indian Religious Freedom Act so that Native Americans could practice their faith freely and that access to their sacred sites would be protected. This came after a 500-year-long history of conquest and coercive conversion to Christianity had forced Native Americans from their homelands. Today, their religious practice is threatened all over again.
Sustainable Missoula: Missoula families deserve cleaner cars
Montana Voices: Equal opportunity for health has local implications
Harmon's Histories: A tip of the hat to those Western Montana Fair pioneers
Montana Voices: Food stamp recipients could lose access to farmers market benefits
Glacier Park: Firefighters brace for weather change as Howe Ridge fire grows to 3,500 acres
The Howe Ridge fire continues to grow – by day and night – around Glacier National Park’s iconic Lake McDonald. On Thursday, park officials said the fire has now been mapped at 3,500 acres and is actively burning to the southwest and northwest – spotting ahead of the flame front as it advances.
Fire fears: Lolo National Forest set to begin Pattee Canyon maintenance project
Federal judge orders review of Keystone XL Pipeline
Federal judge: No mountain bikes in Sapphire, Blue Joint wilderness study areas
Seeley Lake resident appears in Missoula court to stop $15M sewer project
Get a job! UM's student employment fair is Thursday, Aug. 30
The Office of Career Services at the University of Montana will host the Student Employment Fair from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 30, in the University Center Ballroom.
UM alum, law school grad, takes the gavel as American Bar Association president
UM welcomes undergrads to fall orientation Aug. 22-24
New VP of UM enrollment: "You're going to see some different things here"
UM's summer enrollment grows 17 percent, highest since 2014
#Grizcamp Day 8: QB Sneed impresses, as Montana hones the details
Quarterback Dalton Sneed continued to impress on Montana's eighth day of fall camp, hitting an outstretched Samuel Akem for a 50-plus yard gain on a post route. Sneed also hit freshman receiver Malik Flowers deep down the left side for a score, with both receivers making plays on the ball.
#Grizcamp Day 7: Battling through the dog days of summer, smoke
#Grizcamp Day 6: Montana's defense a formidable foe
#Grizcamp Day 5: It's full pads, full steam ahead for Montana
#Grizcamp Day 4: Defense imposes its will as Grizzlies take field in helmets, pads
Arts & Events
VIDEO: Pearl Jam packs the house at Missoula's Wa-Griz Stadium
Pearl Jam took the stage in Washington-Grizzly Stadium in Missoula on Monday night. The band packed the house and played its greatest hits, and then some.