Tester, Daines disagree on why Yellowstone protection effort failed to make omnibus bill
While Montana's congressional delegation disagrees on who did or did not support a bill to remove public land north of Yellowstone National Park from potential mining, all three lawmakers said Wednesday they support the measure.
Daines, Gianforte say forest reforms will "blunt" lawsuits, streamline timber projects
Tester: Federal spending bill expected to fund firefighting costs, restore payments to counties
Decades-long study shows changing American electorate, hints of midterm wins for Democrats
Congress set to tackle nation's opioid epidemic, but will it help?
Market Watch finds oversupply of Missoula apartments, risk in "big box" retail investment
Sterling CRE, formerly Montana CRE, unveiled its second annual Missoula Market Watch at Stockman Bank on Wednesday night, where it provided investors the latest data on commercial real estate trends in Missoula.
It's in the data: Missoula company offers up commercial investment opportunities, risks
Missoula moves closer to new design standards, guidelines for certain districts
Missoula Economic Partnership sees opportunity for tech play as mission evolves
UM poll: 41 percent of Montanans disapprove of Congress' new tax plan
Montana Viewpoint: Bundy-clan perspective on public land misses the mark
I am not sure by what arrangement, other than “we were here first” the Bundy’s have arrogated the use of that land for themselves, but it stands to reason that there are other ranchers who then have just as much right to use that land as the Bundys.
Montana Voices: Veteran questions Zinke's "attack on the Antiquities Act"
Firth's Tech: Flippy the automated robot is already taking American jobs
Harmon's Histories: Distracted and delighted on a page from Montana history
Montana Voices: Kettlehouse Amphitheater creator backs Curtiss for commissioner
Montana DEQ holds Hecla mining in violation of state's "bad actor" law
The Montana Department of Environmental Quality issued letters of violation to Hecla Mining Co. and its president, Phillips Baker, Jr., this week to say they were in violation of Montana’s “bad actor” mining laws.
Spring arrives Tuesday after "a really wet winter;" mountain snowpack high
Forest Service proposes replanting 1,633 acres burned in Lolo Peak fire
Tester, Gianforte call for Yellowstone mining protections in 2018 spending bill
Hardrock mining: Missoula County joins state to urge cleanup reforms at U.S. House hearing
Translating ideas: Techstars partnership to boost UM's entrepreneurial standing
A new partnership with the startup accelerator Techstars and the Blackstone Charitable Foundation could be a boon to student entrepreneurs at the University of Montana, giving them a competitive advantage.
Stearns to be awarded honorary doctorate at UM commencement
UM to interview 3 finalists for academic VP, provost this month
UM accounting program ranked among the nation's best; job placement high
Forum: Eliminating rape culture demands commitment from UM, Missoula community
Peers name Montana's DeCuire NABC District 6 Coach of Year
The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) named Montana head coach Travis DeCuire the 2017-18 District 6 Coach of the Year. The award is voted on by fellow head coaches across the country.
Montana basketball: 2017-2018 was record-setting season for Grizzlies
Montana concludes memorable season with 1st-round loss to Michigan
Grizzlies earn 3.2K social media mentions heading into game against Wolverines
Montana, Michigan meet for 1st time Thursday; Griz looking for the upset
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While Jesus and redemption lie at the heart of Don Evans' work, the Union Gospel Mission found itself playing a more prominent and secular role in serving the city's homeless population this winter – forming new partnerships along the way.