Phase 3 of Superfund cleanup along the Clark Fork River recently paused for the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. The cleanup effort has resumed and is ahead of schedule, according to the project director.
The Atlantic Richfield Co. and the Cornell Lab of Ornithology teamed up this fall to try to get a better sense of the biodiversity and density of birds at the Warm Springs Ponds using recording devices and game cameras.
A Baltimore man who got into a crash on Interstate 90 in western Montana Monday died after jumping off a bridge, apparently in fear that an oncoming semitractor-trailer was going to strike the crashed vehicles.
The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office issued a news release Thursday afternoon saying all leads have been exhausted in relation to Rebekah Barsotti's disappearance.
Monday marked two months since Rebekah Barsotti’s disappearance.
The Clark Fork Coalition along with the Lolo Watershed Group and the Montana Watershed Coordination Council have organized another volunteer planting day for Saturday, Sept. 18.
The weight limit change on Beartracks Bridge will allow Mountain Line buses and school buses to cross the structure.
Under desperate circumstances, Butte-Silver Bow County is once again releasing Silver Lake water into Warm Springs Creek and the upper Clark Fork River.
Rebekah Barsotti, 34, has been missing since July 20, when she was last seen about 2:15 p.m. at Town Pump in Superior.
Small groups of Rebekah Barsotti's friends and other community members have been out along the Clark Fork River, combing through the beaches near mile marker 71.
The Clark Fork Yacht Club has already taken 500 people to float the river on pink tubes, and now the University of Montana has started a free bus service.
Authorities believe she is trapped under rocks in the river, Toth added. So far, they've covered about one river mile in search efforts.
Rebekah Barsotti, 34, was last seen on Tuesday at about 2:15 p.m. at Town Pump in Superior. She is a long-time Mineral County resident who had recently moved to Missoula.
Missoula is going to begin growing its own trees for a variety of projects. In three to five years, some Missoulians may even get a tree of their own, while others will go to parks and greenspaces.
Note: This story has been corrected to reflect the fact that Rob Domenech is the founder of the Montana Osprey Project, and to include mention of all the Project Osprey team members.
At 10:30 p.m. on Wednesday evening, officials received a call that someone in the Clark Fork River needed help in the area of the California Street foot bridge.
A civil engineering specialist used an infrared thermometer and recorded a surface temperature of 147 degrees on the fiber-reinforced polymer portion of the walking path.
Forecasters say the Clark Fork River has reached minor flood stage and above Missoula and is expected to crest Saturday morning.
Strong feelings surfaced Tuesday night when people gathered in Deer Lodge to ponder the fate of the Clark Fork River.
The greening field near Warm Springs looks like a giant mole has burrowed through, leaving tall heaps of soil in its wake.
Kimberly A. Michell, who was 52 at the time of death, was determined to have died from accidental drowning.
Sheriff and Coroner T.J. McDermott identified the woman as Kimberly A. Michell, 52, of Missoula.
When officers arrived on the scene at about 11 a.m., they found a 52-year-old woman’s body submerged in about 5 feet of water off the north shoreline.