Gianforte officially announces run for governor, tells GOP convention he's 'all in'
U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte told Montana Republicans he’s “all in” and will go “all out” in the 2020 governor’s race, citing his experience as a business executive, job creator and problem solver.
Daines warns of socialism, stumps for Trump at state GOP convention
Montana GOP Convention: Stapleton drops out of governor's race to run for U.S. House
Twenty Democrats qualify for first round of primary debates; Bullock misses mark
Ravalli County expresses anger over Trump changes at Trapper Creek Job Corps
State increase in market values have some Missoula businesses questioning their future
The increase in values has shocked some local business owners in Missoula, leaving many to question whether they should sell their commercial property now, or appeal the appraisal process.
Riverfront Triangle developers place property on the market; still plan hotel, conference center
St. Patrick Hospital planning expansion in Missoula; details not yet released
Missoula City Council partakes in electric scooter demonstration
Missoula closer to apprenticeship program on city construction jobs
EPA alumns broadly renounce Trump indifference to climate change
Republican and Democrat alike, four former EPA administrators testified Tuesday before Congress that they are fearful for the public health as the Trump administration deregulates longstanding environmental policies and pares back the agency’s research on climate change.
Slow landslide blocks Frontage Road east of Missoula; state seeking solutions
Missoula officials: Wildfire readiness requires a steady, coordinated effort
Buena Vista wastewater project set to begin; county looks to second phase
Future of proposed Great Burn Wilderness hangs in the balance
Sustainable Missoula: Repurposing textiles requires creativity, thrift and ethics
Many fiber arts such as embroidery and quilting emerged from the need to preserve resources, including labor, by extending the usable life of textiles.
Reporter's Notebook: Someone once said and what the last three years have taught me
Voices: Advocates call on Daines, Gianforte to back Blackfoot-Clearwater bill
Montana Viewpoint: Chasing political purity may fail Democratic voters
Community Voices: Missoula's proposed housing policy is skewed toward developer incentives
UM advances health research through Center for Translational Medicine
Two University of Montana researchers recently earned grants to investigate projects with a strong potential to impact human health. The two $50,000 grants went to Dr. Mark Grimes and Dr. Jack Nunberg after their competitive project proposal and pitches this spring.
Arts & Events
Liz Cooper and the Stampedes electrify the Top Hat
Liz Cooper has called her music 'psychadelic dream folk rock'. The band brings a definite late 1960s feel that the West Coast Bay Area bands had — think Jefferson Airplane.