Missoula officials are writing an ordinance to ban the distribution of single-use plastic bags at the city’s largest retail stores as a public nuisance.
May 13, 2019
Montana is filing a lawsuit alleging price-fixing among the makers of more than 100 different generic drugs.
Local health officials report they have 101 confirmed whooping cough cases in the Missoula area with dozens of more cases pending.
They have been working on the Logan Creek Restoration Project near the east facing slopes of Tally Mountain west of Tally Lake Campground.
A grizzly bear was put down in the Blackfoot Valley on May 12.
The prescribed burn in the Rattlesnake National Recreational Area is part of a multi-year Marshall Woods Restoration project.
Helena Mayor Wilmot Collins announced he is running for U.S. Senate on Monday.
This month’s A Waiting Child is an outgoing 15-year-old from Missoula who loves animals.
Facebook selected one business in each state to help them celebrate and lucky for Missoulians they chose a business here in the Garden City.
The Gallatin Valley Farm Fair has educated a growing urban population on the role and benefits of agriculture for 15 years.
The Missoula-City County Health Department is reporting that the number of confirmed pertussis cases has reached the 100 mark.
Two people were arrested after a Friday evening drug raid at a Polson home.
A prolonged winter is making Flathead cherry season more profitable for cherry growers.
Operation Happiness allows students to make a positive change through small monthly school events.
Missoula Fire officials want to remind everyone to wear a life jacket when recreating in area rivers, especially this time of year when water is still flowing fast.