Bernie Sanders proposes ambitious $16T climate plan
True to his campaign style, Senator Bernie Sanders unflinchingly targeted the fossil fuel industry Thursday in unveiling an extensive $16.3 trillion climate plan that sets some of the most ambitious deadlines proposed yet by a presidential candidate for lowering carbon emissions.
Facebook group's plan to enter, clean Reserve Street homeless camp draws criticism
National debt to hit levels not seen since WWII
Whitney Williams considers run for governor; polls voters on race against Gianforte
Biden regains double-digit lead over nearest 2020 rivals
Something old, something new: Missoula ordinance encourages reuse of historic buildings
Missoula’s historic schools, churches and retail shops could find new uses under a streamlined approval process – with development incentives – approved earlier this month.
With housing in mind, Missoula developers seek zoning change ahead of project
Missoula YWCA, Interfaith Collaborative break ground for family shelter
U.S. News and World Report ranks St. Pat's in Missoula as Montana's best hospital
"Hey, What's That?" The movers and shakers in downtown Missoula
Environmentalists sue to block rules weakening Endangered Species Act
After 45 years of saving animals like the bald eagle and grizzly bear from extinction, new Endangered Species Act rules will weaken protections for thousands of plant and animal species according to a lawsuit filed against the Trump administration Wednesday.
Yellowstone's Steamboat Geyser erupts for 32nd time this year, tying record
Missoula County to EPA: Keep focus, funding on pulp mill cleanup
Glacier Park reopens popular Highline, Loop, Swiftcurrent trails
Snow sets in on Glacier National Park, in August
Dakota Hileman: I'm running for City Council "to stop the wasteful spending"
Frankly, if they can’t come up with ways to fund essential needs for our city without the need to continually raise taxes, then we should vote them out and elect leaders that will truly advocate for the needs of the people.
Montana Viewpoint: We must uphold, defend the idea of America
Elementary, Dear Watson: Nobody works harder than these teachers
Reporter's Notebook: Failing to answer City Council Q&A is a disservice to voters
Harmon's Histories: Guy Lombardo, bee stings and hydroplane races on Flathead Lake
State of the University: Bodnar says UM must be 'flagship for America's future'
President Seth Bodnar called on the campus Tuesday "to shape a University of Montana that is not just the flagship university of this great state, but a flagship for America’s future, an institution that creates inclusive prosperity and sustains democracy.”
UM reports 3 percent jump in summer enrollment
Carroll College, UM partner to offer undergrad, grad degrees more quickly
UM's master of public administration program earns prestigious accreditation
Scholar, activist Cornel West to kick off UM lecture series at the Wilma
Arts & Events
Julia Jacklin, Shakey Graves and Lord Huron play a Missoula summer night
August in the windy KettleHouse amphitheater, Julia Jacklin played a short solo set as the crowd started settling in, leaving the audience smitten and wanting more. She was followed by Lord Huron and Shakey Graves.