Local Grizzly Football Fan Invited to Panel Discussion on Sexism
On Monday, February 26, the activist group Missoula Rises will be hosting a panel discussion at the Wilma Theater entitled ‘Tackling a Culture of Sexism’.
Hamilton Broncs Win District Southwestern A Championship
Both Hamilton teams will play Thursday in Butte Divisional.
St. Patrick Hospital to Host 15th Annual Heart Expo February 24
On Saturday, February 24, the International Heart Institute in conjunction with Providence St. Patrick Hospital will host the 15th annual Heart Expo from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.
Daines Promotes Day for Missing Native American Women and Girls
This week, Montana Senator Steve Daines led a coalition of his colleagues to allow tribes’ access to national criminal databases during a meeting of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs.
Major Winter Storm – Heavy Snow - to Pummel Northwest Montana
The National Weather Service is predicting a major winter storm with heavy snow and strong winds to hammer northwest Montana, which will also affect the Missoula area.
Felony Theft Charges After Man Escapes on Powered Shopping Cart
Missoula Police arrested a man on felony theft charges Thursday, February 14, after a loss prevention employee noticed a man pass by the checkout lane on a powered shopping cart.
One Montana Town's Temp Rose 82 Degrees in One Day This Week
On February 13th it was a cold, windy day but warmed up drastically in one Montana town, an 82 degree difference in hours.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Friday, February 16
The University of Montana celebrated it's 125th birthday on Thursday night by honoring several key employees and professors.
Montana Couple Faces Over $10,000 in Fines for Hunting Violations
A Trout Creek couple is facing stiff fines and hunting restrictions after Montana wardens began an investigation into accusations of improper purchase of resident licenses.
Superintendent Elsie Arntzen Comments on Florida School Shooting
Following the murder of 17 students at a Florida high school on Wednesday, the Montana Superintendent of Public Instruction reached out to her counterpart in Florida with a message of prayer and support.
Big Sky Film Festival Featuring New 'Made in Montana' Category
Films with a Montana connection are always highlighted at the Big Sky Film Festival in Missoula, but this year they will get even more attention.