Trump friend, ally Roger Stone convicted of lying to Congress
Roger Stone can now add convicted felon to the list of colorful monikers he’s collected over decades in Washington, besides dirty trickster, political provocateur and longtime Trump adviser.
"We're people too:" Life under Reserve Street bridge wrought with challenges as homeless struggle to survive
Frenchtown seeks answers to transients parking, sleeping in right of way
Missoula County to issue general obligation bonds to cover subdivision lawsuit
Buena Vista: Miscalculations force Missoula County to add costs to wastewater project
Study finds economic gap between rural counties linked to farming vs. recreation
The gap between personal incomes in rural farming communities and rural communities with recreation-based economies is widening in rural America, a new federal report released this week says.
Montgomery Distillery celebrates 7th year, wins 2019 World Whiskies Award
Missoula library: Saving energy with an eco-friendly, efficient design
Missoula County, city urge Montana PSC to lead transition to renewable energy
Grand opening: Mercantile adds 200 jobs in downtown Missoula
Should Yellowstone National Park install WiFi network?
The National Park Service is seeking public comment on a proposal to install indoor Wi-Fi networks and associated equipment throughout Yellowstone National Park. If a permit is approved, more than 500 antennas would be installed on employee housing, visitor lodges and pre-existing towers.
Missoula County backs 14,000-acre Lolo Trails Landmark acquisition
Navajo leaders won't financially back Montana, Wyoming coal mines
Protesters demand Tester, Daines drop support for Keystone XL pipeline
EPA cutting regulations on coal ash disposal; effect on Colstrip unclear
Missoula mountain bikers: Finish the job on Land and Water Conservation Fund
Now it’s time to finish the job on the Land and Water Conservation Fund and ensure it receives the robust funding needed to be effective. Without full, dedicated funding for the LWCF, many of the outdoor recreation adventures we enjoy can’t happen.
Daylight Savings vs. Standard time: Fussing occurs whichever way you lean
Health Beat: Addressing true impacts on health through innovation in care
Harmon's Histories: In search of civility, we turn to timeless rules of etiquette
Sustainable Missoula: Some climate solutions come in a furry, four-legged package
UM computer science researcher lands $1.1M grant for machine learning
University of Montana computer science researcher Travis Wheeler recently was awarded a four-year $1.1 million grant to develop machine learning approaches to improving the accuracy and speed of sequence annotation.
College of Business launches Direct Admit Program for freshmen
UM urging student vapers to quit; hosting drive to turn in vaping products
UM master's degree in business analytics taps into booming job market
Advocates for Missoula seniors push for change as Baby Boomers age
Arts & Events
Blackfeet sculptor Jay Laber lives on in works across Montana, the world
Blackfeet artist Jay Laber died at the end of October, but his legacy lives on throughout Montana and in far-flung countries.