Construction crews still have a number of tasks to complete before the passageway is safe for use.
DNRC reports the first started on Tuesday south of Lower Thompson Lake in the Tornilla Creek drainage.
(LAKEWOOD, CO)- The on again, off again legal fight over federal protection for grizzly bears in the Yellowstone region is back “on” again, after the
Smoke from a pair of wildfires burning in the Idaho backcountry are beginning to send smoke into Western Montana.
Hecla has been attempting to expand the Montanore Mine since purchasing the property two years ago.
The ban goes into effect at midnight on Wednesday and means the entire Burn Permit System is being shut down.
Barring any new political, or legal, wrinkles, the Stevensville Town Council should be back to full power in early August.
Missoula’s growth is building conflict between recreational users, and property owners along the rivers.
Authorities are trying to figure out what’s happened to a missing 2-year old boy after his parents were involved in an apparent murder-suicide in the Flathead.
The Seeley Lake Ranger District is investigating why the Blackfoot River has recently changed color.
Stuck with three out of four empty chairs on the town council, Stevensville will pay its latest bills on the administrative authority of its embattled mayor.
Stevensville may play host to the loneliest council meeting in the recent history of Montana on Thursday.
Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT) and Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT) have announced an additional $2.5 million in funding for the CARD Clinic in Libby.
The bearing which powers the antique carousel has broken and it will take several weeks to find, or even build, a replacement.
A main bearing failure is idling one of Missoula’s fun spots, forcing “A Carousel for Missoula” to close indefinitely.