Here’s a look at some of the upcoming events set to take place across Western Montana.
Missoula’s annual chip seal project on city streets is underway and will continue through Aug. 8.
Paddle boarders of all ages and abilities hit the river in the seventh annual Windermere SUP Cup on Sunday.
The project, which remains in design but will likely include a three-story office building and will mark the second investment to land in the city’s new opportunity zone.
Trenton Johnson lost his life battling what would later become part of the massive Rice Ridge fire.
Forest managers are using a new “learning labs” approach to convince homeowners there are steps they can take to protect their property,
Bryce Thompson, 19, appeared in Missoula Justice Court on Friday and is being held in Missoula jail on a fugitive warrant.
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Three men have been charged with the theft in what court documents say is many thousands of dollars in bicycles and parts.
The city has other properties it will look to discard in the coming year, and council members are lining up to ensure they go to affordable housing and not necessarily to the highest bidder.
Markus Kaarma was given 70-years in prison for the 2014 death of a foreign exchange student from Big Sky High School who broke into his garage.
Brent Witham, who died fighting the 2017 Lolo Peak fire was immortalized on Thursday by the people who he helped save during a memorial dedication ceremony.
Yellowstone, Flathead and Missoula counties saw the most opioid pills move through pharmacies and into patients’ hands.
The grizzly bear was first captured on the Whitetail Golf Course in the Bitterroot Valley north of Stevensville last October and was then moved to the Blackfoot Valley.
The memory of a California firefighter who lost his life during Western Montana’s historic 2017 wildfire season is being marked in Lolo.