Missoula County begins due diligence in potential Marshall Mountain purchase
Missoula County this week took the initial steps in a months-long process to determine if Marshall Mountain will become public property and if the county is the right entity to manage and operate the facility.
Most of Missoula’s housing development landing in Mullan, Miller Creek, central areas
The bulk of Missoula's housing development in each of the last two years has taken place in the city's greater Mullan area, though it shouldn't come as a surprise given the millions of dollars invested into infrastructure and road improvements in the area.
Deconstruction of Sleepy Inn nets tons of materials; property for sale
The city is now seeking redevelopment proposals and proceeds from the property's sale will feed the Affordable Housing Trust Fund.
Missoula City Council members defend their vote to ban overnight camping in parks
The lack of options available to the City of Missoula regarding homeless campers has left most City Council members frustrated and eager to find a solution, which is likely to cost taxpayers money.
With Montana property taxes climbing, drumbeat for a tourist tax grows
Later this month, Missoula home owners and others around the state will receive what they may dread the most – the state's latest appraised value of their property.
Business accelerator boosts state’s Native American entrepreneurs
An organization dedicated to promoting Native creativity is launching a six-week online business accelerator program for Native American artists and entrepreneurs from the Salish and Kootenai tribes in Montana.
Deer numbers in Missoula concern some residents, city officials
Some residents around the city, including experts, believe the deer population has now reached a threshold that requires organized action.
Tester, Daines split vote on late-night passage of debt-ceiling bill
Montana's two U.S. senators split their vote on the debt-ceiling bill late Thursday, but they both described the agreement as less than satisfactory.
Missoula airport courts new service as terminal expansion continues
As the new passenger terminal at the Missoula airport nears its one-year anniversary, the project's second phase is taking shape, just as the airport eyes additional service.
BLM allocates $26 million to three Montana restoration projects
The Blackfoot-Clark Fork landscape was allocated $9.54 million while almost $10 million was allocated to the Missouri Headwaters region.
Missoula County clears the way for redevelopment of Lolo School property
The new designation allows for 16 acres of residential building and 14 acres of commercial while also setting aside 13 acres as open space. It also allows a density of 16 dwelling units per acre.
Montana man convicted in Jan. 6 attack; Oath Keepers founder sentenced to 18 years
A Dillon man was convicted this week of seven counts tied to his actions during the U.S. Capitol attack while former Montana resident and Oath Keepers founder Elmer Stewart Rhodes was sentenced to 18 years in prison.