PSC won't disclose cost of NW Energy's Colstrip coal contract
The Montana Public Service Commission on Tuesday agreed, for now, to prevent the public from seeing the price of NorthWestern Energy’s new coal-supply contract for the Colstrip 4 power plant.
Daines backs bill capping out-of-pocket costs in Medicare Part D
Experts dispute Biden's claims on the cost of Sanders' Medicare For All plan
GOP Rep. Garcia doesn't resign after comments on shooting socialists
Tester: Trump's growing budget deficit could put a pinch on infrastructure
Report: Apartment construction in Missoula falls in 2019, even as demand grows
With a growing population and a robust labor market, Missoula's need for new apartments will continue to grow, especially as the construction of single-family homes fails to meet ongoing demand, a new report suggests.
Downtown Missoula hotel, events center on track for September start
Coronavirus could pinch Montana's economy; travel and tourism vulnerable
Deal between Alaska, American airlines to benefit Missoula, West Coast passengers
Missoula Business Weekly: Residential data has home prices up over prior week
Lolo Pass slowly building snow depth; storm brings Missoula back to average
While the snow depth at Lolo Pass sits below average, the snow-water equivalent is approaching average and winter recreation has rebounded from a slow start. The latest storm to sweep through Missoula also brought the valley snow totals back to average for the season.
BLM plans for Missoula, Lewistown regions promote logging, big game areas
Two elk found exposed to brucellosis in Ruby Mountains
Coming weeks will determine western Montana's water supply
Butte releases consent decree on Superfund cleanup
Montana Viewpoint: Revenge is mine, sayeth the politician
If the powerful can get away with illegal acts to further their ambitions, why can’t everybody else? There is not only the responsibility to the law, there is a responsibility to act in a manner that respects the way that everybody else has to act.
Health Beat: Community connections foster health and wellbeing
Voices: Montana’s elk hunting traditions worth preserving, but need work
Evan Barrett: Truth, Trump and the U.S. economy
Sustainable Missoula: Big Sky Film Festival takes the 'Zero by Fifty' pledge
Arts & Events
Harmon's Histories: Missoula's Office City celebrates 100 years, fanciful family history
In March 1920, Claude Elder had a chance to buy a well-established local business originally located in the 100 block of West Main Street, next door to the Missoulian newspaper & print shop, then moved to the Florence Hotel Building. The business was called “Office Supply."