Former Employees of Missoula Independent Hope To Start Own Paper
Some former employees of the Missoula Independent are hoping they can find a way to start their own paper.
The Air's a Little Thin Up There ... on High Heels in Hamilton
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes happened Friday.
Trump's Thursday Rally Will Be at Missoula Int Airport
It's about to get busier at Missoula International Airport on Thursday! It was announced that the rumored visit of President Trump to Missoula will take place in Hangar 6 of Neptune Aviation Services at the airport.
Missoula Rural Fire Department Holds Child Car Seat Clinic
On the second Saturday of every month, the Missoula Rural Fire Department holds a child safety seat installation clinic to help parents and grandparents to properly and safely install their child car seats.
Trump Rally at UM Draws Small Crowd with No Protesters
A small but enthusiastic crowd of baby boomers, college students and millennials gathered for the first ever rally in support of President Donald Trump on the oval at the UM campus.
Hamilton Broncs Defeat Frenchtown Broncs in Football
The Number One rated Hamilton team scores again.
Dale Burk to be Inducted into Montana Outdoor Hall of Fame
An honor for a hard-working Stevensville man.
City Councilor Encouraged by Judge’s Gun Registration Ruling
On Thursday, Missoula District Judge Robert L. ‘Dusty’ Deschamps issued a ruling that countermanded the Montana Attorney General’s opinion that nullified a gun registration ordinance by the City of Missoula.
Head-on Reserve Street Crash Sent 5 to Hospital, Severe Injuries
A collision involving a small Subaru and a large Ford truck occurred around 2:00 p.m. on Thursday and resulted in possible life-threatening injuries
Grizzly Bear Calf Kill Sparks Warning for Hunting Season
Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks officials report that a grizzly bear killed a calf early this week on a ranch near Two Dot, Montana.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, October 12
President Trump coming to Missoula?! We have details on the rumors and evidence points to a likely visit.
Dragon Hallow Becomes Haunted Hallow for FOUR Fun Nights!
Get ready for all the spooky fun as Dragon Hallow becomes Haunted Hallow for FOUR fun nights! Come see the ghosts and goblins on October 26th-29th.
Judge Marie Andersen says Recent Attacks Politically Motivated
In a statement released on Thursday, October 11, Missoula Justice of the Peace Marie Andersen reiterated that the recent attacks on her are politically motivated, since they come so close to an election
Wild Wall Street Ride Caused Primarily by Interest Rate Hikes
The Wall Street rally that had lasted for several years of spectacular gains lost its steam on Wednesday when the Dow Jones 30 Industrial average lost over 800 points.
Nearly 75 Percent of Missoula Voters Will Get Absentee Ballots
An ever-increasing number of Missoula voters are voting on absentee ballots.
‘Care Force One’ Bus coming to Missoula on Friday to Promote ACA
A group committed to keeping the Affordable Care Act in place is bringing the ‘Care Force One’ bus to the Partnership Health Center on Friday at 2:00 p.m.
No Injuries After Horrifying Crash Flips Car on Stephens
Missoula Police responded to a crash on Thursday morning that ended up flipping a vehicle up on it's driver's side edge and shutting down traffic for a while.
Rumor of Presidential Visit to Missoula on October 18, Not Denied
Some Missoula-area law enforcement have reportedly been given notice that they will need to work on October 18, in expectation of a visit from President Donald Trump
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, October 11
24 year-old UM student charged with several felonies after allegedly putting a woman through what prosecutors call 'a week of terror'.
$50,000 Bond for Man who Led Cops on High Speed Chase into Idaho
34 year-old Michael Murray of Washington State is being held on $50,000 bond after allegedly leading law enforcement of a high speed chase from Montana into Idaho and placing many lives in danger.
$100,000 Bond for Man Who put Woman Through a ‘Week of Terror’
A University of Montana student is in the Missoula County Jail on $100,000 bond after being accused of beating and threatening a woman, and allegedly forcing her to sign a document so that ‘he wouldn’t hit her’.
State Class A Soccer Playoffs Include Hamilton, Corvallis
Kickin' the ball around.
Literal Tons of Trash Pulled From Missoula Homeless Camp
35 volunteers attempted to clean up an enormous pile of trash this past week.
Voters Flood Elections Office with Calls After Concerning Mailer
A mailer sent out to Montana voters has caused some consternation and concern in Missoula County.
UM Adds E-Cigarettes to Tobacco Free Policy on Campus
Health officials have added e-cigarettes to its Tobacco Free policy, along with cigarettes and cigars, according to Curry Health Center media specialist Jessica Vizzutti.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, October 10
Montana Republicans send a letter to Governor Bullock asking him to request a federal waiver to force able bodied Medicaid recipients to work to receive benefits.
National Fire Prevention Week is October 7-13 – Tips from MRF
October 7-13 is National Fire Prevention Week, and Missoula Rural Fire has a bevy of tips and information to help keep your home and family safe this winter.