U.S. Intelligence officials warn lawmakers Russia is aiding Trump campaign
Intelligence officials warned lawmakers in the House last week that Russia is interfering in the 2020 election in order to help re-elect President Donald Trump, a briefing that angered the president, believing that it would be used against him by Democrats.
Comin' round the bend: Train whistles have downtown residents seeking solutions
Tester: Lack of affordable housing reaching crisis level in Montana
White House touts economic growth, downplays success of Obama policies
Poll: Health care and drug costs top legislative priority for 2020
Court hears arguments on allowing NW Energy shareholders to reject Colstrip power
A federal judge has a week to decide whether an Ovando man can send NorthWestern Energy shareholders a proposal allowing them to vote to require the utility to stop using Colstrip energy within five years.
Missoula developer planning 'pod-style' living project off West Broadway
Study to explore redevelopment options for downtown Missoula property
Sports Bet Montana rolls out betting types, approved sports
Missoula receives $1M for affordable housing; Tester says future funding at risk
Poll: Public land conservation, climate change top Western concerns
On Thursday, the Colorado College State of the Rockies Project released the results of its 10th Conservation in the West poll showing that some of the policies of the Trump administration don’t align with Western preferences.
Missoula County backs DEQ change to landfill limits on radioactive waste
Lolo Pass slowly building snow depth; storm brings Missoula back to average
BLM plans for Missoula, Lewistown regions promote logging, big game areas
Two elk found exposed to brucellosis in Ruby Mountains
Sustainable Missoula: Understanding 'Deep Time' can inform today’s climate response
Modern science has revealed to us the reality of Deep Time: the Earth and the Universe are incomprehensively old, and they are evolving: they have histories of which we humans are a part
Candidate: PSC ignores ratepayers by allowing NW Energy to hide costs of Colstrip
Montana Viewpoint: Revenge is mine, sayeth the politician
Health Beat: Community connections foster health and wellbeing
Voices: Montana’s elk hunting traditions worth preserving, but need work
Arts & Events
Visiting climate change expert spurs enthusiasm in Missoula
Hundreds of people packed the Wilma Wednesday night for a community conversation about climate change. Hosted by Climate Smart Missoula and other organizations, the event welcomed climate change expert Rob Davies, a professor at Utah State University.