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A family of black bears watches from a tree.
MISSOULA — A purported attempt by the police to recover stolen items more quickly has some pawnbrokers worrying the privacy of their customers will be compromised.
Wilde says he draws ideas for new products in pen instead of pencil, so that he doesn't erase something that would turn out to be usable.
Wilde made the Gami rope tarp to be huge when open but compact when closed, using techniques of Japanese origami to make it fold properly.
Carson Wilde, CEO and lead designer for Brothers Wilde Designs, shows a prototype of a backpack he's designed for a ski patrol group recently in Missoula.
Brian Hughes, co-owner of Riverside Pawn with his wife Ericka, talks on the phone with a customer Wednesday in the store. Hughes is opposed to the city's new rules for recording transactions because he says they violate his customers' privacy.
MISSOULA — The next time you sling a backpack over your shoulder, consider that strap in your hand.
MISSOULA — It was the side view of the man that did it.
Warren Midyett photographed in San Diego in 1952.
Paul Layton photographed in San Diego in 1952.
Warren Midyett, right, and Paul Layton, tell war stories Wednesday morning at Grizzly Peak Retirement Community in Missoula. The two U.S. Navy veterans spent basic training together in San Diego in 1952. Due to the fact that they were both from Montana, they became friends. They lost touch a…
It’s no spoiler to give away the ending of “The Big Burn” — the fire dies and the U.S. Forest Service lives.
MISSOULA — Tourists in Montana spent a record $3.98 billion in the state last year and that money supported more than 55,000 jobs, according to new data from the University of Montana.
MISSOULA — The Missoula Police Department got the nod Wednesday to have the mayor sign off on a Homeland Security grant proposal — one that names the Rainbow Family as an "extremist" hazard in western Montana.
Kitty Meow, 21, born Robert Brewer of Dallas, hangs out in Caras Park with other young homeless travelers drawn to Missoula after leaving the Rainbow Gathering in July 2013.
MISSOULA — A Turah woman involved in a multi-suspect child-sex sting in 2013 received a deferred sentence Wednesday.
POLSON — A judge said Wednesday he would sign a $25,000 arrest warrant for a Hong Kong man whose charging affidavit “reads like a ‘Hangover’ movie.”
POLSON — A man accused of firing a pistol at an off-duty law enforcement officer in downtown St. Ignatius will be arraigned next week on a felony charge of assault with a weapon.
POLSON — A St. Ignatius man on Wednesday admitted responsibility for the shooting death of a 3-year-old child in October.
MISSOULA — The death of a 19-year-old University of Montana student near East Missoula early Friday morning has been ruled a suicide.
MISSOULA — Attorneys representing Markus Kaarma, the Missoula man who was convicted of deliberate homicide last month in the death a German exchange student, are asking the court to postpone his sentencing.
MISSOULA — A 25-year-old Missoula man is facing a felony count of assault on a minor for allegedly repeatedly striking his girlfriend's 3-year-old daughter.
MISSOULA — Downtown Missoula officially got a new business addition Monday as Stockman Bank announced the grand opening of a new temporary location at 135 W. Main St., Suite A.
Stockman Bank recently opened a new temporary location at 135 W. Main St. in downtown Missoula.
MISSOULA — What perhaps seemed like a good idea at the time did some serious damage to the historic bear pen in Missoula's Greenough Park.
Steve Anderson of Missoula Parks and Recreation removes a snow ramp Monday morning that someone built to jump off the roof of the historic bear pen in Greenough Park.
MISSOULA — A Missoula youth court officer is facing three felony charges for allegedly raping and sexually assaulting a teenage girl, but is not in police custody.
MISSOULA — Team members who played in a coed hockey league with the teenager who was struck and killed on Interstate 90 paid tribute to their teammate at Glacier Ice Rink on Sunday.
Abbey Dufoe, Lindsey Coffin and Kira Gordon, hockey league teammates of Jake Kallen, the University of Montana student killed when he was hit by a tractor-trailer on I-90 early Friday, react Sunday evening during a pre-game tribute to Kallen.
MISSOULA — A new foundation has been created following the sale of Community Medical Center to oversee the endowment of the sale proceeds.
WEST GLACIER — The largest national park on the planet is 2 1/2 times the size of the state of Montana, and gets about 500 visitors per year.
National parks in the United States, such as Yellowstone, differ greatly from those in most of the world.
MISSOULA — Paychecks, bill payments and birthday cards are just some of the types of mail that could take a little extra time in getting to Missoula mailboxes.
Randy Morger, executive director of the River and Plains Society, stands in the confines of Old Fort Benton.
Old Fort Benton.
Chief Joseph's surrender rifle on display at the Upper Missouri River Breaks interpretive center.
Randy Morger, executive director of the River and Plains Society grew up in Fort Benton and remains steeped in the town's history.
Part of a display at the Montana Agricultural Center, the state's official museum of agriculture.
Fort Benton Longhorns lettermen jackets, part of a display at the Montana Agricultural Center, the state's official museum of agriculture.
Tia Clark, a student at Fort Benton High School, flies off a jump on the sledding hill near the school during the sophomore gym class that totals 14 kids.
Basketball players from Geraldine, a couple of them dressed out in their gym shorts and cowboy boots, climb off the bus to join the Fort Benton players on an "emergency co-op" team formed just before the season to get enough players together.
After a string of three straight appearances in the Montana Class B football championship games a decade ago, the Fort Benton Longhorns couldn't gather enough players to field a Class C eight-man team this fall.
A longhorn, sculpted from horseshoes welded together, grazes in a Fort Benton yard.
Cheryl Gagnon holds an early photograph of the Grand Union Hotel, the 1882 building she and her husband bought and restored in the late 1990s.
The lobby of the historic Grand Union Hotel, built in 1882.
Historic photograph showing men lining the bar at the Grand Union Hotel.
Sandon Morris loads grain for shipping at the Columbia Grain elevator in Fort Benton, situated in the middle of Montana's most fertile wheat-producing area.
David Martin, warehouse manager at Columbia Grains in Fort Benton, pauses in between loading and unloading grain trucks.
Fort Benton bookstore and outerwear retailer Tom Carrels talks in his store in Fort Benton.
Bookstore owner Tom Carrels walks by a building near downtown believed to have been one of the last remaining brothels in once rip-roaring town.