Ninth Circuit tosses youth climate lawsuit against feds: No right to a livable planet
Government lawyers under both the Obama and Trump administrations argued the case should be dismissed because the Constitution doesn’t guarantee the right to a livable climate.
Pondering more limits on e-bikes, Montana Legislature turns to Missoula
Montana tribes receive funding to preserve, revive Native languages
Opponents: Sen. Daines' Flathead tribal water settlement should be withdrawn
Lawmakers, public debate whether state Legislature should meet annually
Mullan area transportation plan, land-use plan to progress together as process begins
Separate but parallel planning efforts focused on a wide region west of Reserve Street in Missoula will gain momentum in the coming months, city and county officials told the Urban Growth Commission this week.
Checota: Downtown development to incorporate green design, practices
Hotel, events center moving toward summer groundbreaking in downtown Missoula
Due diligence: City of Missoula looks to purchase Scott Street property for housing
Daines, Tester praise passage of trade agreement between U.S., Mexico and Canada
Researchers predict surge in greenhouse gases from oil and gas boom
A boom in new oil and gas and petrochemical facilities on the U.S. Gulf Coast could lead to a sizable increase in climate change-causing carbon emissions, researchers at the University of Texas said in a new study.
Recent snow brings ideal skiing conditions to Whitefish Mountain Resort
Missoula's climate plan nears completion; looks to address local impacts as planet warms
Swan Valley groups oppose ski area expansion in grizzly habitat
Missoula County lays the groundwork for display of Milltown dam artifacts
Sustainable Missoula: From air to ecosystems, let's get climate ready
Climate Ready Missoula project leads from left to right: Chase Jones, Caroline Lauer, Amy Cilimburg and Diana Maneta. Our climate is changing, and we’re already
Opinion: Olszewski missed the mark on facts around CSKT water compact
Opinion: Tribal management of National Bison Range spells restorative justice
Montana Viewpoint: The temptation of political donors and unintelligence
Harmon's Histories: Missoula's First National Bank had the state abuzz in 1890
Arts & Events
Yes, that Jennings: Shooter strikes at the heart of legacy and tradition
Shooter Jennings has been carrying on the musical tradition of his two well known parents. He brought his band to Missoula to play the Top Hat. He clearly has embraced the tradition and is moving it in new directions.