This list wasn't exactly picked using scientific methods. A mix of most-read, least-read (but more important) and controversial stories involving your Missoula City and County government was easy to make and hard to pare down.
The best involved: a unique character from the 2017 wildfire season made people smile through the haze, Missoula County got into it with locals and state officials, the City Council listened to a neighborhood and walked back a decision (yes, really) and there was so much to do with water—from Lolo to Rattlesnake Creek, to what comes out of your tap every day.
Lolo residents have wondered for years, as far back as the 1960s, why certain stretches of Lolo Creek often run dry.
If you’ve got an idea of how to use the Lalonde Ranch property, speak up. It’s available.
Garden City Compost, the city’s newest utility, opens to the public for the summer drop-off season on Saturday, after a week of soft opening t…
JoAnn Ferguson teared up holding the brick, a dusty red block with a gold plaque reading “The Missoula Mercantile.”
After years of court battles, it took just six minutes for the city of Missoula to officially own its water utility.
“There will never be voter fraud in Missoula.”
The first clue something might be awry came in the morning email.
It’s not taking long for the city to rearrange the furniture in what used to be Mountain Water’s home. Some of it they’re just going to toss out.
John Engen, Missoula’s longest-serving mayor (and counting), says he still has the verve, support and “fire in my belly” to keep going for at …
Shock over this year’s property taxes extended back to this summer: The night Missoula City Council approved its fiscal year 2018 budget, near…