Missoula County Women, Infants and Children program accepting new clients
The Missoula Women, Infants and Children program, administered through the City-County Health Department, is accepting new clients who need assistance with dietary needs, nutritional education, breastfeeding support and other services.
Lindeen to step down as MT Democratic Party executive director
Soft Landing Missoula's new impact director optimistic about local immigration efforts
Major opioid trial averted with $260M settlement
Decade-old lawsuit over law enforcement on Indian reservations going to trial
Thousands of workers in Montana needed for 2020 Census
The US Census is highlighting hiring efforts this week. The Montana Census Complete Count Committee reports the Treasure State will need thousands of workers to help complete the 2020 US Census.
At Poverello Center, writing workshops offer inspiration, change, recovery
Sterling CRE: O'Reilly Auto Parts to build new store on West Broadway
VA: New Missoula health clinic scheduled for 2022 opening
Missoula developers: City regulations, delays, unpredictability drive up housing costs
Study: Thawing permafrost releasing more carbon that plants can use
The new study, published in the journal Nature and conducted by a multinational team of researchers, posits that if the global temperature continues to rise at the same level it currently does, winter carbon dioxide emissions from the Arctic will increase 17% by the year 2100.
Climate change: Montana could lose half its bird species
Flathead Lake: Continued public access to Big Arm State Park could cost $12M
Cabinet Mountains: Judge wants proof mine won't harm grizzly bears, bull trout
Salish youth plant bitterroot on historic grounds; reconnect with heritage
PSC candidate Brett Rosenberg sees jobs, clean future in pursuit of renewables
Done right, the PSC can support growth in renewable energy in a way that also creates more Montana jobs and keeps delivering affordable energy to consumers.
Harmon's Histories: A century later, John Philip Sousa returns to Missoula
Sustainable Missoula: Children need writing to express hopes, fears for future
Montana Viewpoint: The fake news that made Columbus (in)famous
Harmon's Histories: Join us for an evening at Col. Broadwater's magnificent resort
UM master's degree in business analytics taps into booming job market
A fifth-year master of science degree in business analytics (MSBA) has the University of Montana College of Business looking forward and onward as data becomes increasingly crucial across the board. The beauty of the program is that Zoom video conferencing allows busy business professionals to enroll part time or full-time students to study locally or elsewhere.
Advocates for Missoula seniors push for change as Baby Boomers age
UM students, faculty, staff digitize Kaimin in searchable database
UM reports continued enrollment decline; fall count drops below 9,000
Changing American farms: UM prof a national leader in sustainable agriculture
Arts & Events
Top Hat: Hiss Golden Messenger takes music fans on a lyrical journey
Hiss Golden Messenger takes the folk tradition and infuses it with a vibrant new feeling. The band played the Top Hat on Tuesday night. (William