Headwaters will host an open house on Tuesday, Dec. 6 from 5-8 p.m. at Confluence Center featuring drinks, snacks and music by Travis Yost. The public is welcome.
Robert S. Leuphold, 58, is charged with two counts of arson and one count of criminal endangerment, all felonies.
Some families will see their monthly co-pays go from $10 a month to several hundred dollars, providers said.
“It’s been crazy,” said Elias Jade NotAfraid. “I’m still processing it.”
A press release about the design concept stated, "travel times may increase for drivers by around 50 to 140 seconds during the PM peak travel period (rush hour)."
The water delivery system that 40 million people in the U.S. West depend on is at risk of collapse as the Colorado River shrinks.
The current protests in Iran first emerged in September following the death of Mahsa Amini, a young Kurdish woman, while in custody of Iran’s morality police in Tehran.
A wolf infected with toxoplasma gondii is 46 times more likely to become a pack leader than an uninfected wolf.
A Montana law requiring public schools to notify parents of lessons that mention human sexuality has reached further and been more cumbersome than anticipated, according to two school district leaders.
Charles “Jack” Plumage was president of the Fort Belknap Tribal Council; he worked the Bureau of Indian Affairs and Indian Health Service. He also took great pride being a coach.
Geoengineering pioneers consider ways of preserving glaciers and polar ice, but ethical and technical challenges persist.
Liam McPheters gazes at a lights on a "Whoville" float during the Parade of Lights on Higgins Avenue on Saturday evening.
The fourth-seeded Bobcats will host fifth-seeded William & Mary in the quarterfinals next week.
It was the kind of moment Griz players and fans have been dreaming about for years. Then suddenly it was gone.
The Griz trailed off in the second half as North Dakota State ran away with a berth into the FCS playoff quarterfinals.
In a closely guarded ceremony, the sixth generation aircraft, deemed the backbone of the future of U.S. air power, was dramatically revealed from behind slowly-rolling hangar doors.
Lionel Messi marked his 1,000th professional game with his first goal in the knockout stage of a World Cup to lead into the quarterfinals with a Argentina to a 2-1 win over Australia. Messi put Argentina ahead in the 34th minute with his third goal at this year's tournament and ninth in tota…
The disagreement over land management, specifically development of more overnight lodging, got laid bare in Missoula Friday.
A Mother of three struggling with homelessness and currently living out of her car recently had her water pump and radiator go out.
The Netherlands eliminated the United States from the World Cup with a 3-1 victory that advanced the Dutch to the quarterfinals.
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The Missoula area is eligible for approximately $223,000 from the Janssen (Johnson and Johnson) settlement in the first year.
A bill regarding the repatriation of Native cultural objects has passed the U.S. House and Senate and is headed to the president’s desk to be signed into law.
A novelist, a potter, a songwriter, a Hi-Line pencil artist, a ranchwoman photographer and a rawhide braider all won Governor’s Arts Awards this year.
The weekend before Thanksgiving, a pipe developed a half-inch break on the third floor of Whittier School and filled about 80% of the classrooms with 3 inches of water.
Against an upper-echelon opponent like NDSU, the Griz need to dig deep.
Amy McGhee was appointed on Thursday as the interim new clerk, following former clerk Shirley Faust’s retirement this week.
Few details have been released in the horrific case that has left the small town of Moscow stunned and grieving for Madison Mogen, Kaylee Goncalves, Xana Kernodle and Ethan Chapin.
The plan calls for $400,000 annually to conduct trail maintenance, 40 times higher than the current $10,000 yearly budget.
State, federal and Tribal authorities who manage Yellowstone bison jointly under an interagency plan did not agree to a target number of animals to cull from the overall population this winter.
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Backers said they will push for a new conservation trust fund during the next Legislature with proceeds benefiting wildlife habitat on both public and private lands.
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Kirstie Alley, a two-time Emmy winner who starred in the 1980s sitcom “Cheers” and the hit film “Look Who’s Talking,” has died. She was 71. Her death was announced Monday by her children on social media and confirmed by her manager. The post said their mother died of cancer that was recently diagnosed. She starred as Rebecca Howe on the NBC sitcom “Cheers” from 1987 to 1993, after the departure of original star Shelley Long. She had her own sitcom on the network, “Veronica’s Closet,” from 1997 to 2000. John Travolta, who starred with Alley in two “Look Who's Talking” films, was among the stars who paid tribute to her online.
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