A record number of new businesses were created in Montana last year.
After years of hunting down, buying and selling vinyl in person and online, two Missoula collectors have opened a brick and mortar shop, Slant Street Records.
New alcohol licenses are available in Missoula, Kalispell, and Columbia Falls from the Montana Department of Revenue
In 2019, MoFi provided 60 small, local businesses with loans. Once its new technology is in place, MoFi expects to help 10 times that.
There's a new place to get coffee, locally made chocolate and French-style baguette sandwiches in Missoula.
Patrick Barkey has made economic projections through multiple recessions, but he said hisn work at the University of Montana's Bureau of Business and Economic Research during a pandemic feels different.
Here's some business news in the Missoula area
"I got teary-eyed when I learned I was receiving" a check, said Marsha Davis of Alternative Energy Massage.
"The fundamental question is, is it a really a business or just a game that rich people play?" said Jim Valeo, who voted against using TIF for the bitcoin facility's fan blades.
A Missoula portfolio manager said stock delistings aren't a red flag.
Unparalleled Movement parkour gym is closing permanently while the new Cranky Sam Public House brewery opened its doors.
The Montana Department of Corrections director told state lawmakers on Tuesday the agency's "greatest success" is its low COVID-19 case count. The department, however, has tested only seven people of the 1,800 in custody.
News from the Top Hat and Stockman Bank.
Montana is one of a handful of states beginning to reopen after initial reports the state was successful in “flattening the curve” by slowing the spread of the coronavirus.
Those who are self-employed, independent contractors, gig workers, and others impacted by the coronavirus are now able to file online at mtpua.mt.gov.
One local economist said the economy has "fallen off a cliff."
As June's primary election nears, the Missoulian is running Q&As with candidates for legislative offices in western Montana.
Restaurants are taking precautions over coronavirus as they attempt to stay open during the pandemic and keep their employees on the payroll.
The regulations were set to expire on April 3, but the extension will now last until April 3, 2021.
More than 40 of Montana's breweries have moved to offer some sort of curbside or delivery service
A nice Burgundy wine on your front porch is only a phone call away.
The threat of the coronavirus has hit Missoula food-service industry hard as restaurants were directed to limit their service to take-out or delivery only.
"I’ve lived in Missoula all my life, I know everybody here, and it’s time to start enjoying life," said owner Mark Denton.
The Missoula County Sheriff and Coroner is releasing the name of the 63-year-old man who died in a vehicle versus pedestrian incident on Tuesday, March 3.
"If I were going to make a statement, it would be 'hold on everybody' and it'll be worth the wait," said building owner Tim France. "Come and support us when it's ready. For us, the sooner the thing get's open, the better, of course."