Hundreds Gather at Jail to Protest Zero Tolerance Policy
On a sunny afternoon on the lawn outside the Missoula County Detention Center, hundreds of Missoulians gathered to protest the Trump administration’s immigration policies.
Nearly 150 More Students Expected in Missoula Schools Next Year
About 900 Missoula high school seniors graduated and that class will be replaced by even more students as enrollment at area schools climbs.
Both Senators Tester and Daines Turn Out to Support the LWCF
Both of Montana’s U.S. Senators spoke at a press conference in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday calling for the permanent reauthorization of the Land and Water Conservation Fund, which expires in exactly 100 days.
MT Superintendent Picked For National School Safety Committee
Elsie Arntzen has been chosen as one of 12 state Chief School officers to head up a newly formed School Safety Steering Committee.
Missoula Float Tubes Probably Won't Hit The Water Till Mid July
By this time last year, Missoula-area rivers were filled with float tubes and anglers.
Protesters to Rally at Missoula Jail to Cancel Detainee Contracts
Wednesday, June 20, a group of protesters plan on rallying outside of the Missoula County Detention Center.
Ravalli County Primary Election Canvass is Complete
No change in the winners and losers.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, June 20
Fatal hit and run suspect charged with negligent homicide and leaving the scene of a fatal accident appears in court where bond was set at $100,000.
Bitterroot Forest Releases Draft EA on Corvallis Area Project
Logging proposed on Bitterroot Valley east side.
Baseball Bat Assault on Special Olympian Draws $100,000 Bail
An unprovoked attack with a baseball bat on a renowned Missoula Special Olympics athlete has drawn a $100,000 bail for the suspect, 27 year-old Paul Ekstedt.
$100,000 Bail for Fatal Hit and Run – Alcohol Suspected
26 year-old Daniel Grady appeared in Missoula Justice Court on Tuesday, charged with negligent homicide in the hit and run death of 22 year-old Rebecca Grace Romero early Sunday morning near Lowell School.
Clark Fork River Could Rise by a Foot and a Half by Wednesday
Continuous rain in the Clark Fork basin could cause the river to rise by as much as a foot and a half to about the nine foot level by Wednesday evening.
Montana Insurance Commissioner Warns Homeowners, Prepare for Fire
Despite recent rains, fire season is coming soon and is predicted to be worse than average