Substation No. 1 serves both the downtown commercial district and the university neighborhoods across the river.
"It would be bad enough if the sign itself was defaced, but someone really had to work at this to completely yank it out of the ground and destroy it..."
The toxic runoff comes primarily from waste rock at mines operated by mining giant Teck Resources.
Blackfeet Tribal Business Councilmember Tim Davis resigned last week after the council charged him with three counts of misconduct.
Activities at the Missoula Public Library this week:
Three local nonprofits — Here Montana, the Missoula Ski Education Foundation and Soft Landing Missoula — partnered up for a day of skiing at Snowbowl last Saturday.
“It ended up being, in my mind, a surprisingly hopeful study,” said Jeff Good, a professor of ecology and evolution at UM who coordinated the study.
Polson and Florence each picked up a win in their historic doubleheader Saturday.
Drummond native Morgan Radtke has come a long way in her five years with the Montana Grizzly track and field program.
Using a project-based learning approach and following the ideology that play is learning, budding early childhood educators encourage young children to actively guide their own schooling.
The Legislature’s main infrastructure spending bill took a major step forward Friday, with more than $1 billion in projects clearing a key budget committee on a near-unanimous vote.
Bills on cabin site sales and hunter education moved forward in the Legislature on Friday, while legislation to allow self-service technology for alcohol went down.
The Blue Devils have lots of reasons to be optimistic as they get set to open the 2023 track and field season Saturday.
Environmental groups are threatening to sue the U.S. Forest Service after Utah ski resort corporation POWDR applied for a new permit to take over Holland Lake Lodge.
A change added Friday to House Bill 128 will allow roughly 30 medical providers who have been stalled from recreational sales into the market.
The governor’s proposal to create a $200 million fund to help finance infrastructure projects needed to expand housing supply in Montana debuted before the House Taxation Committee Friday.
The North Missoula Community Development Corporation and city council member Daniel Carlino support a bill that's opposed by the City of Missoula.
U.S. District Court Judge Dana Christensen ruled Katie Garding did not receive effective assistance of counsel during her trial in 2011 in Missoula County District Court.
The rider allegedly crossed into oncoming traffic on Highway 93 while evading a law enforcement officer.
Montana's track and field athletes will have a rare chance chance to show their talents in front of the home folks on Saturday in the Al Manuel Invitational.
Pictures of the incident show Nathan McLeod straddling a mangled chair, desperately trying to see if his 4-year-old son was hurt or worse after being thrown off.
The tenth annual Montana Fishing Film Festival is coming up on Saturday, April 1 at the Dennison Theatre in Missoula on the University of Montana campus.
Political scientists study “agenda setting,” “hegemonic stability” and “stakeholder negotiation.” Barbara Evans got people to do stuff.
Mudsnails' presence was most likely due to angler wading gear that carried the snail from one body of water to another.
The project was created through a partnership between the International Wildlife Film Festival, who organizes the parade, and the art museum.
Senate Bill 99 is carried by Sen. John Fuller, R-Whitefish.
Montana's senior senator, a Democrat, zeroed in on the Flathead National Forest's intent to shepherd a massive expansion to the historic Condon-area lodge via a categorical exclusion.
The largest project in House Bill 817 — by over $100 million — would replace and expand lower-security housing at the state prison.
About $56 million is for bills from the fiscal year that's ending and $123 million is to cover unanticipated costs beyond what's in the state budget lawmakers are advancing.
Housing advocate Andrea Davis announced she will run for the Missoula mayor's seat on Thursday. Davis has been executive director of Homeward since 2008.
Missoula and Western Montana homes with at least five bedrooms.
"The investigation is still active," wrote Wayne Hard, assistant police chief, in an email.
A state senator’s second attempt to allow Montanans with disabilities to hunt with crossbows during archery season passed a preliminary vote Monday.
A bill to create a memorial at the Montana Capitol to the late journalist Charles S. Johnson won unanimous, bipartisan approval from a legislative committee Monday.
Josh Bannan poured in 1,191 points, pulled down 694 rebounds and dished out 194 assists in his career as a two-time All-Big Sky player.
The Missoula Sentinel graduate has three years of eligibility remaining.
Schillinger served as a defensive analyst at Mississippi State under former head coach Mike Leach in 2022.
FrontPageBets looks at the opening sports betting lines for the national semifinal games, as well as the odds for each remaining team to take home the title.
Liz Leitman made history in February when she became the first woman to issue either a severe thunderstorm or tornado watch.
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Gambino, the musical stage name of actor Donald Glover, was sued by Emelike Nwosuocha, who performs as Kidd Wes, in May 2021.
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