Celebration of Life Planned for Emma Lommasson on UM Campus
Celebrated UM alumna Emma Lommasson recently passed away at the age of 107 and the University of Montana plans a celebration of her life inviting all to attend.
Guilty Plea in Trapping Death of Dog – Man Faces Second Hearing
Jimenez Partida appeared in Missoula Justice Court on Thursday and entered guilty pleas to several charges related to the trapping death of a family’s pet dog.
Senator Steve Daines Appears on KGVO’s Montana Morning Show
Just before heading to his weekly ‘Montana Coffee’ with Montana visitors to the Capitol, Senator Steve Daines spoke with KGVO News on a variety of subjects, from impeachment to the U.S. MCA and even water issues in the state.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Thursday, December 12
There is a Winter Weather Advisory for western Montana highways due to snow and freezing rain. Commuters are advised to slow down due to icy conditions.
California Highway Patrolman Applicant for Missoula Police Chief
Jaeson White is one of the five finalists for the position of Missoula Chief of Police, and he hails from California where he has spent most of his career in the Highway Patrol.
Accused Double Murderer Whitworth to ask for Change of Venue
29 year-old Jonathan Whitworth, the man charged with two murders at a downtown motel in October, 2018, plans to ask a District Court judge for a change of venue
Fox Joins Coalition for Fentanyl to be named a Schedule One Drug
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox has joined with every other Attorney General in the country to have Congress permanently classify Fentanyl as a Schedule 1 drug.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, December 11
Constitutional scholar and former UM law professor Rob Natelson provided comments on the articles of impeachment filed yesterday against President Donald Trump.
Missoula Police Chief Candidate Brings 30 Years of Experience
The first of the final candidates to be the new Police Chief was in Missoula on Tuesday to meet personally with city officials, the media and the public in the Sophie Moiese room at the Missoula County Courthouse.
Police Department Presents 2020 Citizens Law Enforcement Academy
For over 20 years the City of Missoula Police Department has offered the Citizens Law Enforcement Academy, and they are now taking applications for the 2020 academy.
Rob Natelson Responds to U.S. House Articles of Impeachment
On Tuesday, the U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee presented Articles of Impeachment against President Donald Trump
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, December 10
'Operation Warm' brought Missoula Rural firefighters to Head Start on Monday to deliver dozens of warm winter coats to underprivileged three to five year-old children.
$15 Million in Grants to Develop Affordable Housing in Montana
For the first time, money from the Multi-Family Coal Tax Fund is being made available for the building of affordable rental homes throughout the state.
‘Operation Warm’ Brings New Winter Coats to Head Start Children
It was a warm day indeed inside the ‘Child Start-Head Start’ Program at the old Whittier School on Monday, as the Missoula Rural Fire Department supplied dozens of three to five year-old children with new warm winter coats.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Monday, December 9
Candidates to the the new Missoula Chief of Police will be interviewed in public forums on Tuesday and Wednesday, as Chief Mike Brady has retired.
Prospective Missoula Residential Storm Water Utility Rates Set
There will be a public meeting on Monday, December 16 in the Missoula City Council Chambers to discuss the increase in the existing municipal storm water utility rates and the creation of a permanent rate structure to support the utility’s infrastructure.
City Official Describes the Search for New Missoula Police Chief
When it was revealed that Missoula Police Chief Mike Brady had retired as of the end of November, the City of Missoula issued a press release introducing the finalists in the search for a new chief.
Daines Announces New Agreement to Settle CSKT Water Dispute
Montana’s two U.S. Senators have expressed support of an agreement with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes on a new framework for a permanent water settlement.
House Hopeful Dooling Slams Trump Jr. Endorsements as Fake News
There are several Republican candidates running for major offices in 2020, including the U.S. House of Representatives and for Governor, however only two have received the endorsement of the President’s son, Donald Trump, Jr.
Destination Missoula Posts Bold Statistics in Promoting Missoula
One of the reasons why Missoula has become such a hot spot for meetings, conferences and athletic events is due to the efforts of an organization called Destination Missoula.