Power Outage is Still a Reality For Some Missoula Residents
Four days after the storm, and Missoula is still faced with cases of homes with power outages.
Type II Incident Management Team Ordered to Lightning Fire
The Weigel Fire started Tuesday, August 11, about 24 miles Northeast of Libby.
Public Information Officer Says Bike Theft is “Crime of Opportunity”
The Missoula Police Department took a young man into custody Wednesday, August 12, after they found him with a stolen bike.
Public Information Officer Says “Good Firefighting Weather” For Perry Canyon Fire
A new fire sparked up about 8 miles south of Whitehall Tuesday, August 11, called the Perry Canyon Fire.
Report of Prowler in Missoula Neighborhood
Early Wednesday, August 12, morning the Missoula Police Department took report of a prowler around the 600 block of 6th Street East.
Behind the Scenes of the Storm: 9 -1 -1 Dispatch Center
Not only did the storm cause mayhem outside, but it also caused a lot of indoor traffic at the dispatch center in Missoula.
A Chance of More Storms this Week
Missoula is still recovering from a storm that whipped through the city, Monday August 10.
Lightning Storm Caused Mulitple Small Fires in Bitterroot National Forest
Firefighters are working hard in the Bitterroot National Forest after 11 fires were reported after the lightning strikes from Monday, August 10.
Lightning Caused Fire Closes Road Near Ovando
A fire near Ovando has shut down a road for emergency vehicles only.
Missoula Land Considered for Open Space Bond
City Council has set a public hearing to consider the acquisition of 75 acres of land in the Clark Fork River area west of Missoula, for addition to the City’s open space and conservation lands network.