Missoula County asks DEQ to add climate impacts to policy review
On the heels of the recent climate trial, the Montana Department of Environmental Quality is taking a fresh look at its policies.
Grizzly biologists: good food year brought less conflict, removals
For the grizzly bears of the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem, it was a good year for finding natural food.
Rock Creek bridge over Clark Fork under ‘scour critical’ status; county seeks solutions
Missoula County is working to pursue countermeasures to keep the bridge intact and open to traffic.
EPA awards $6.6 million grant to UM pesticides-in-streams study
Pesticides pollute lakes and streams across the nation, but no one knows how much pesticides affect Montana’s rivers.
City Council approves assessment for greenway sidewalks
The Missoula City Council on Monday night approved a plan to assess property owners for their cost of sidewalks and boulevards planned as part of a new greenway.
After court ruling, Missoula County seeks clarity on how to levy extra state mills
The difference between 77 mills and 95 mills will net the state roughly $80 million more in tax collections.
Missoula’s wastewater plant evolves to handle increased capacity
On average, wastewater flows to the university’s lift station peak at 100 gallons per minute.
Judge limits wolf trapping in favor of grizzly bears
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks must cut its wolf trapping season back to six weeks across the western two-thirds of the state.
Some motorized tools approved for Rattlesnake Wilderness dam breach
The Forest Service will allow the use of some motorized equipment for the removal of the old McKinley Lake impoundment.
‘Dawn of a new era:’ Davis takes oath as Missoula’s new mayor
Missoula officially turned the page on a new era of governance on Monday when the city’s new mayor was sworn into office.