The elk that normally occupy the slopes of Missoula’s North Hills will have a few less hunters pursuing them this fall.
The Anaconda and Trapper Creek Job Corps centers will remain open and under the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s management – at least temporarily.
Amy Allison Thompson, executive director of the Pov, said impacts from the May 8 plumbing failure are still being mitigated.
Zootown Church, which owns the coffee shop, decided to invest instead in its children’s ministry program, church spokeswoman Christy Neil said.
People love to run trails, but an environmental group questions whether the U.S. Forest Service should back big trail runs in grizzly bear country.
The WGA passed a resolution encouraging federal and state agencies to work together to identify and protect regions that wildlife use as migratory corridors.
The increase in values has shocked some local business owners in Missoula, leaving many to question whether they should sell their commercial property now, or appeal the appraisal process.
The owners of the Riverfront Triangle have placed portions of the property on the real estate market in hopes of attracting other developers.
The proposed policy considers a number of factors, including the need for orderly development, the efficient use of public services and the equal sharing of resources.
According to the housing policy, the city would encourage ADUs by subsidizing certain construction fees.
For the second year running, a slow-moving landslide has closed Frontage Road east of Missoula and has the Montana Department of Transportation waiting for the results of a geology report before embarking on a fix.
Some home and commercial property owners in Missoula are facing steep increases in the total market value of their property
With the planting of a shovel, a Missoula business joined city leaders on Monday in the groundbreaking of a new office building and what’s expected to begin the redevelopment of the West Broadway corridor.
Level Up Brewing will provide hundreds of board games for its patrons’ use, as well as a number of beers made from home recipes.
Broadway Opportunity Fund plans to construct the building at 2000 Maple Street to serve as the future home of DJ&A.