U.S. women detained by agent in Havre for speaking Spanish suing Border Patrol
Two women who say they were detained by a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agent because they were speaking Spanish in the Havre Town Pump have filed a lawsuit suit in U.S. District Court in Great Falls.
Montana House approves constitutional amendment criminalizing abortion
McConnell says Trump will sign bipartisan budget, then declare an emergency
Border security compromise with "Montana priorities" set for vote in Senate, House
1 year after Parkland: Momentum continues to build for stricter firearms laws
Bullock promotes workforce development, ties to early education in Missoula
Getting the state's children proficient in reading and math at an early age pays dividends down the road, Gov. Steve Bullock said, helping produce a productive workforce while reducing public costs in social services and corrections.
Great Falls business applies for permit to open hemp processing facility
City pleased with Missoula County's new land use map, plans for growth near the "fringe"
Three-day outdoor recreation expo planned for Missoula to highlight state industry
Experts: Get serious or watch Missoula's housing prices continue to soar
Notebook: Most Montana politicians no longer use town halls for town hall events
The next time your elected official says he's traveled to all 56 counties, just assume you didn't get the invitation. But even if you had (you didn't), it wouldn't be worth your time. Our elected officials don't work that way anymore.
Mary Moe: Birmingham's children awakened America to the South's racial terrorism
Harmon's Histories: Asbestos scare would dismay McGill Hall's namesake
Sustainable Missoula: Zero-fare buses send ridership soaring, improve air quality for all
Bill prohibiting FWP from considering comments eliminates Montana values
Nations too slow to protect the world's endangered species
The tortoise-like pace of global policymakers to act on scientific findings may result in the extinction of hundreds of animal species, according to a new study published Thursday in the journal Science.
Five Valleys Land Trust shepherds new conservation easements near Philipsburg, Garrison
U.S. Senate passes permanent funding for Land & Water Conservation Fund
Alaskans debate pros, cons of oil drilling in pristine Arctic refuge
Charlo-area drinking water wells show dangerous levels of arsenic
Grizzlies travel to Weber State for first time in two years
Montana and Weber State, the top two programs in the history of the Big Sky Conference, have played each other for more than five decades, since the series began during the 1962-63 season. For the first 55 years, the two teams met at least twice – once in Missoula and once in Weber – with a third matchup in the Big Sky Championship also occurring many seasons.
University of Montana opens food pantry for students in need
Spring enrollment stabilizes at UM; more students stick around after fall
UM mourns death of Dusten Hollist, sociology chairman and athletics rep
DeCuire's 100th: Montana hangs on for last-second win over Eastern Washington, 75-74
Arts & Events
New Missoula collaborative to discuss Clark Fork, Bitterroot, Blackfoot river needs
A new Missoula community group that is working together on issues and opportunities related to local rivers will host a public open house celebration next week in downtown Missoula.