Montana delegation leery of broad tariffs, escalating trade war with key U.S. partners
Montana exported more than $685 million to Canada last year and $250 million to China, placing them among the state's top international trade partners. But recent tariffs imposed by the White House are testing those relationships.
Tester, Daines simplify Senate's campaign finance reporting laws; Rosendale states support
City to purchase, resell property to secure trail easement along Clark Fork River
Mayor Engen to emphasize capital improvements, staffing needs in FY19 budget
VIDEO: Senate committee passes farm bill with forest reforms; praise by Daines, Tester
Former Denver Post reporters, editors launch new Colorado news publication
Former Denver Post reporters and editors have launched a new publication after the newspaper’s hedge fund owner rocked the newsroom with layoffs. The Colorado Sun will experiment with an ad-free model that editors say will support the community it serves.
Missoula Early Learning Center to expand; businesses can reserve spots for employees
American Airlines fined $45M in antitrust case; will cooperate as Feds pursue United, Delta
White House tariffs placed on Canadian steel, aluminum hitting Montana manufacturers
Montana unemployment rate drops to 3.9 percent; Missoula County down to 2.5
Harmon's Histories: Was Sheriff Houston a great lawman or a crook?
Missoula County Sheriff Houston was a wealthy man, and that's a fact. But was he also a crook, protecting moonshiners who bought him off? Jim Harmon sorts the fact from fiction, but still ...
Sustainable Missoula: Inspired Montana moms commit to causes, activism, future
Montana Voices: U.S. Senate race quickly takes the low road
Firth's take on tech: What's bitcoin mining and how did Bonner strike gold?
Montana Viewpoint: Big banks versus small customers and political favors
Human activity pushing mammals to grow more active at night, global study finds
Mammals worldwide are becoming more active at night due to human activity such as agriculture and hunting, according to a large-scale analysis of more than 60 species on six continents, the journal Science reported Thursday.
Booming use prompts rewrite of Flathead River management plan
FWP Commission approves $900K Fish Creek land deal
Tribes, Montana FWP struggle to control Yellowstone bison hunt
Colorado wildfire cuts off cities of Durango, Silverton from tourists
UM names new vice president of enrollment and strategic marketing
The University of Montana on Friday named Catherine Cole as its new vice president of enrollment and strategic communications, a hire that completes the school's push to integrate marketing, communications and enrollment under a single title.
Burgeoning apprentice program at Missoula College looks to ease labor shortage
UM announces new certificate in Native American Studies
Montana Public Radio to highlight 1968 in music and programming
New MMAC exhibits celebrate the horse in visual art
Montana football: Hauck adds three to Griz roster
Joining the Grizzlies are senior defensive back Reid Miller, a graduate transfer from the SEC's Arkansas Razorbacks, Boise State bounce back QB Cam Humphrey, now a redshirt sophomore from Saddleback Junior College, and Cody Kanouse, a freshman offensive lineman out of Air Force Prep.
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More than 500 aircraft expected at Missoula fly-in; volunteers are needed
With more than 500 aircraft and several thousands visitors expected over the weekend, airport officials are looking for volunteers to assist arriving aircraft and help out with other entertainment operations.