I met the kid who would quickly become my best friend in the world about 35 years ago. We were sophomores at Hellgate High School in Missoula, both products of middle-class homes. We liked to go to basketball games and see movies with our gang of friends and hang out and do all the things hi…
HELENA — In its fight to take over the private water utility serving Missoula, the city is pushing for public disclosure of what the utility pays some of its top executives, saying it’s an excessive cost Missoula water users shouldn’t have to pay.
MISSOULA — The Montana Department of Revenue says Mountain Water Co. is still responsible for paying its taxes while the city of Missoula seeks to take over the water and supply distribution company.
As Billings officials craft a proposed non-discrimination ordinance in the coming weeks, an existing ordinance they’ll turn to for ideas is Missoula's, which the city council passed in 2010.
HELENA - A panel of Montana lawmakers on Tuesday questioned Missoula's requirement that companies pay $309 for a permit to move a megaload of oil-refinery equipment through the city, on top of the permit and fees already required by the state.
MISSOULA — The city of Missoula is offering a global hedge fund $50 million for the assets of Mountain Water Co., which serves city residents.
Sexual-assault training for officers in the Missoula Police Department and University of Montana Office of Public Safety can’t change preconceived notions of sexual assault in society as a whole, but it will help authorities overcome prejudices while investigating a sexual assault.
MISSOULA — Liquid Planet’s innovation is something the U.S. Department of Commerce would like to see from businesses nationwide, Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker said during a visit to the Missoula business Friday.
MISSOULA — The sheer volume of sexual assault reports to the Missoula Police Department – 350 over the course of four years – shocked City Councilman Dick Haines.
MISSOULA — The Missoula Police Department has agreed to improve the way it responds to and investigates reports of sexual assault after a yearlong investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice found that some investigative practices made it more difficult to uncover the truth and discourag…
MISSOULA — The conversion of single-family homes to rentals and crowded apartments could give way to a new style of student housing in Missoula if talks between the city, the University of Montana and developers continue to move forward.
MISSOULA — Just as 40,000-some people rallied on the National Mall in the Washington, D.C. to demand action against climate change, a multi-generational crowd in Missoula gathered at the Xs on Sunday with the same mission.
MISSOULA — Things haven’t gone well for Jack Palmer since he got thrown in jail last August for crimes someone else committed.
MISSOULA — The city of Missoula wants to be carbon neutral by 2025, and it has a Conservation and Climate Action Plan to reach that goal.
MISSOULA — The city of Missoula has wrongfully arrested and even jailed people on illegal warrants issued over the past 10 years, according to multiple sources.
MISSOULA — A small crowd gathered in the shadows of the Russell Smith Federal Courthouse in Missoula on Monday to continue what supporters are calling a grassroots push to restore the nation’s democracy and eliminate corporate influence from politics.
MISSOULA - The Missoula City Council has passed a ban on the use of cellphones while driving or riding bicycles three years after first raising the issue.
MISSOULA — Missoula is so far behind, it might just be a step ahead.
MISSOULA -- Mayor John Engen said Monday that he overreacted when he asked a Missoula police officer to apologize to the University of Montana for criticizing – as a private citizen, on a personal email account – UM’s handling of sexual assault cases.
Another chapter in the dramatic tale at the University of Montana is unfolding, thanks to emails that were unearthed by the Missoulian and the Wall Street Journal via the Freedom of Information Act. And the messages, sent among UM administrators and the athletic department, don’t seem to bod…