Montana Native Vote fears voter suppression; polling stations cite the law
Leah Berry, political director with Montana Native Vote, cited issues in Poplar, Great Falls and Rocky Boy. Two of those three locations disputed the claims, saying they're only following the law.
Citing social, economic benefits, Missoula lawmakers look to preserve Medicaid expansion
VIDEO: Gianforte's full speech at Missoula MAGA rally
I-185's critics doubt its constitutionality; backers point to 2004 initiative
Missoula city, county honor crime victim advocates for service, sacrifices
What's your vision of downtown Missoula in 10 years?
This week, hundreds of Missoula residents met the Denver-based planners who will help the city write a new downtown master plan. It will guide growth, development and investment in the city’s center for the next 10, maybe 20 years.
Sawmill District unveils plans for tech and innovation campus; room for 1,000 workers
Soiree at the Wilma: ATG celebrates deal with Cognizant, projected job growth
Missoula's key districts, commercial corridors at center of new design standards
Missoula College, health care companies race to meet industry needs
Montana Voices: Open letter to members and board of Montana High Tech Alliance
I know many of you personally and don’t believe you endorse violence, but I ask you to consider what your dues-paying membership looks like from the outside, including to our children and the world-class talent that we’re trying to attract to the state.
Montana Voices: Legislature to consider new tools for solving housing crisis
Montana Voices: Hearing, respecting women's voices will bring true equality
Montana Voices: Big Tobacco mounts immoral attack on Initiative 185
Montana Voices: I-185 reduces tobacco addiction, provides critical Medicaid funding
Bullock sues AG Fox over approval authority for conservation easements
On Monday, the governor’s office announced that Bullock filed a lawsuit to ask the Montana Supreme Court to overturn AG Fox’s Oct. 15 opinion that the state land board was required to vote on all but the smallest conservation easements that state agencies proposed.
Leaked memo advises silence on FOIA requests for endangered species info
900-pound grizzly bear relocated after seeking refuge in garage outside Valier
Montana FWP: Make mountain lion management areas huge to reflect cats' behavior
Trump commits U.S. to expanding efforts to clean up ocean litter
10 things to watch for at Montana men's Maroon-Silver Scrimmage
The Montana men's basketball team returns to Dahlberg Arena Tuesday evening, at least unofficially. The team hosts Whitworth in an exhibition game Nov. 2 and Georgia State in its regular-season opener one week later, but Tuesday's Maroon-Silver Scrimmage will be Griz fans' first look at the 2018-19 squad.
10 things to watch for at Montana women's Maroon-Silver Scrimmage
UM adds fall commencement ceremony; Montana AG Tim Fox to deliver address
Griz basketball: Maroon-Silver Scrimmage is Tuesday
Montana picked to repeat as Big Sky hoops champs
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Breast cancer survivors, supporters brave flurries in Missoula's 1st Race for the Cure
When the two dozen breast cancer survivors huddled for a group photo early Saturday, the season's first snow flurry and the freezing Hellgate wind did little to dampen their spirits. It was Missoula first Race for the Cure, and they weren't deterred by Mother Nature.