National Pie Day, Where is the Best Pie in the Missoula Area?
Today is National Pie Day! With that in mind we want to go know the goods, where can you get the best pie in the area.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, January 23
Montana Senator Jon Tester voted against the end of the government shutdown, facing withering criticism from many in the state.
City to Present Update on 10-Year Plan to End Homelessness
On Tuesday, January 23, the City of Missoula will present an update on ‘Reaching Home’, Missoula’s 10-year plan to end homelessness in the city council chambers from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Man Charged With Sexual Abuse of Children – Photos on Cell Phone
37 year-old Isaac David Cayer appeared in Missoula Justice Court on Monday, charged with felony sexual abuse of children, possession of material.
Nevada Rancher Cliven Bundy Speaks at Gathering in Paradise
On Saturday, Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy appeared in Paradise, Montana to address a crowd of nearly 200 supporters
Officials 'Perplexed' by CDC's HIV Outbreak Warning for Montana
A recent report from the CDC tries to predict the next HIV outbreak and, to the surprise of nearly all local officials, lists two rural Montana counties.
Montana's Jon Tester One of Just 18 Voting Nay to Fund Government
Montana Democrat Jon Tester was one of only 18 U.S. Senators who voted "Nay" today, January 22, on a cloture vote that will allow the federal government to reopen until February 8.
Government Shutdown Cancels Missoula Resource Management Meeting
The federal government shutdown has delayed a meeting in Missoula by the Bureau of Land Management.
Montana is One of the Most Affected States by the Government Shut
Another government shutdown is upon us but what does that mean for Montanans?
Volunteer for the Bitterroot Winter Special Olympics
The "payback" on volunteering is huge - lots of grinnin' goin' on!
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, January 22
Hundreds gathered in Missoula Saturday for the Women's March, which included a rally and several speakers promoting women's rights
Hundreds Gather in Missoula at Caras Park for Women’s March 2018
The Women’s March worldwide was well represented in Missoula on Saturday as hundreds of women, men and children gathered downtown to march down Higgins to Caras Park to hear indigenous music and speeches from women activists.
Montana Republicans Discuss Work for Getting Medicaid - Welfare
Across the country, Republicans have begun to realize a long-held goal of requiring able-bodied adults to work, get job training or perform community service in exchange for receiving health coverage through Medicaid