City Wins Award for Helping Homes and Businesses to go Solar
The City of Missoula recently won an award from an organization called SolSmart for helping homeowners and businesses to add solar power to their energy systems.
County to Name Meeting Room after Salish Leader Sophie Moiese
On Monday, the Missoula County Commissioners will officially name the new meeting room in the Courthouse Annex after the late Sophie Moiese, one of the most highly respected Salish cultural leaders of the 19th and 20th centuries.
MHP to have Extra Patrols for Griz Cat Weekend
Thousands of fans will be driving into Missoula this weekend for the 118th Brawl of the Wild football game between the Montana Grizzlies and the Montana State Bobcats.
Speaker of the House Greg Hertz on the 2019 Legislative Session
Newly elected Speaker of the House, Republican Greg Hertz from Polson has been meetings for the past several days preparing for the upcoming 2019 legislative session.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, November 15
Some drama at the Montana Legislature as new Speaker of the House Greg Hertz did not choose Nancy Ballance to return as the Appropriations chair,
Hertz in as Speaker – Ballance out as Appropriations Chair
There is already some drama at the Montana Legislature, and the gavel hasn’t even yet sounded
Missoula Chamber Prepares for Small Business Saturday
Black Friday is the day when major stores open early for Christmas, but the next day is Small Business Saturday, when local businesses get to shine.
Arctic System Could Bring Rain and Ice before Griz Cat Weekend
The National Weather Service is calling for an arctic system to enter the Missoula area on Friday, according to meteorologist Jeff Kitzmiller.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, November 14
One of the two suspects in a double murder at a Missoula motel last months was arraigned in District Court yesterday, as Preston Rossbach pleaded not guilty.
$10,000 Bail for Seeley Lake Man Accused of Assaulting a Minor
A man with admitted anger management issues appeared in Missoula Justice Court on Tuesday to face charges of assault on a minor.
18 Year-old Double Homicide Suspect Arraigned in District Court
18 year-old Preston Rossbach, accused of taking part in a double homicide at a downtown motel on October 18, was arraigned via video in Missoula District Court on Tuesday morning.
MCPS Superintendent Mark Thane to Retire on June 30
Missoula County Public School District One Superintendent Mark Thane submitted his letter of resignation on Tuesday effective on June 30.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, November 13
Missoula Firefighters are headed to California to help battle the historic wildfires in the Golden State.
Loyola Prepares to Host State Class B Football Championship Game
The Missoula Loyola Rams have played their way into the Montana State Class ‘B’ championship football game this Saturday, as they will host the only team they lost to all season, Fairfield Augusta.
Missoula Internet Administrator Warns of Phishing Scam
Katie LaSalle Lowerey is chief administrator of Centric Internet Services in Missoula, and sent out a notice to all of her clients warning of a phishing scam.
University System Graph Shows Drastic Contrast between UM - MSU
The Montana Board of Regents will hold their next meeting in Missoula on the University of Montana Campus this Thursday and Friday, November 15 and 16.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, November 12
Montanans commemorated Veterans Day on Sunday during a ceremony rededicating the Doughboy Statue in the courthouse lawn.
Veterans Day – Doughboy Statue Honored – Ft. Missoula Service
As the snow swirled around the Doughboy ‘Over the Top to Victory’ Statue, a small group of veterans and officials gathered on Sunday to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
$75,000 Bond for Man in Revenge Assault of Female FBI Witness
27 year-old Bryan Groehler is in the Missoula County Jail on $75,000 bond after allegedly beating a woman and another man with a heavy object in retaliation for her cooperation with the FBI in an investigation into an acquaintance that Groehler had met in the Missoula County Jail.
Environmental Group Praises Decision to Halt Keystone Pipeline
The Northern Plains Resource Council was one of the environmental groups that sought help from the federal courts in stopping the $8 billion Keystone Oil Pipeline, and Judge Brian Morris obliged, stopping the project with a federal court order on Thursday