Feds: Right-wing military officer eyed Dems, journalists in planned attack
A U.S. Coast Guard officer and self-proclaimed white nationalist was arrested after investigators discovered a cache of weapons in his Maryland home, as well as a hit list of journalists and Democratic politicians and activists, according to court documents.
Missoula City Council gives initial nod to voting district redraw to balance population
Missoula man seeks recognition for city's 1st black church
Supreme Court declines arguments, leaves Montana's disclosure laws intact
A look at 20 years of failed attempts to eliminate Montana's death penalty
Eastside Albertsons unveils brand new look after lengthy remodel
A 10-month long renovation and expansion project at Missoula’s Eastgate Albertsons was officially on display Wednesday at the store’s grand reopening celebration.
Dillard's to expand into former Herbergers space in Southgate Mall
Bozeman mayor to Legislature: Affordable housing crisis is becoming epidemic
"A monumental day:" City refinances Missoula Water acquisition bonds
Father of twins convinces Missoula County to adjust paid parental leave policies
Montana Letters: A big win in the Big Hole, but work remains
Clean, cold water is the lifeblood of this community. And yet, despite the risks, the Bureau of Land Management considered selling more than 10,000 acres of oil and gas leases in the Big Hole watershed this year.
Reader's opinion: Pass HB 192, protect victims of revenge porn
Conservative Missoula councilman recruits candidates for 2019 municipal election
Social workers: Montana cannot afford to end Medicaid expansion
Montana Viewpoint: Money for nothing - it's not an economic argument
Work to start this week on West Broadway Island trails, bridges
Work is slated to start this week on Missoula's West Broadway Island project, but mid-February weather is proving to be a bit of a challenge.
Nations too slow to protect the world's endangered species
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
Missoula County, UM to provide rural sexual assault counseling in Seeley Lake
The funding, awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women at the U.S. Department of Justice, covers Missoula County's contract with the Department of Psychology at the University of Montana to provide rural counseling services in the Seeley Swan Valley.
Arts & Events
A Raider's recognition: Missoula VA clinic named in honor of Doolittle veteran
Words like strength, honor and humility came easily to those who remembered David Thatcher, the man who fulfilled his dreams, served his nation as a Doolittle Raider, and died one month shy of his 95th birthday.