After 40 Years of Study - Still no Mountain Biking in WSA’s
In addition to the existing rancor between environmentalists and those who want more access to the current Wilderness Study Areas, there’s another wrinkle.
Three Orphaned Montana Grizzly Bear Cubs Head to Zoo in Quebec
They’ve been dubbed Larry, Moe and Curly and they’re at least as rambunctious as the originals, but they’re actually three orphaned Montana grizzly bear cubs, and they’re headed to their new home in Montreal, Quebec.
Howe Ridge Fire Devastates Historic Glacier Park Cabins
The Howe Ridge Fire burning in Glacier National Park has swept through several campgrounds and destroyed numerous historic cabins and other structures.
Missoula Pearl Jam Poster Features Dead Donald Trump
A poster promoting the band Pearl Jam's August 13 concert in Missoula is being described as "reprehensible."
Green Party Files Another Lawsuit to Get on MT Ballot
Montana will print ballots for the November elections next Thursday, but as of now, the Montana Green Party is not set to be on those ballots.
Weather Service - Missoula near a Record for Days without Rain
If you’ve been thinking that it’s been a long time since Missoula has any rain, you’d be right.
Bitterroot Celtic Games & Gathering in Hamilton This Weekend
Two days of everything Celtic at the Daly Mansion.
Lindsey Buckingham Announces First Post-Fleetwood Mac Tour
The singer and guitarist will play a bunch of shows at the same his former bandmates are on the road.
Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, August 14
Missoula's Poverello Center has made the decision to limit the number of people they can house in summer and winter months.
Investigators - Facts ‘Just Not Adding Up’ in Zaugg Drive Fire
Investigators with Missoula Rural Fire District are asking for the public’s help in determining the actual cause of the fire that destroyed the house, garage and storage shed on Zaugg Drive on Saturday in Bonner-West Riverside.
After Carnival Accident County Official Talks Insurance Coverage
Last Thursday, an 11 year-old girl was thrown from a carnival ride at the Western Montana Fair and suffered serious injuries.
120 Acres Near Bass Creek now Public Land Thanks to RMEF
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation announced on Monday that 120 acres just north of the Bass Creek Recreation Area is now public land and is off the market for commercial or residential development.
Davis Fire Rushes Over 5,000 Acres, Largest Montana Fire So Far
From around 400 acres, to over 5,000 acres in just two days the Davis Fire is growing fast.
Glacier Park Forest Fires Close Lodge, Going-to-Sun Road
Historic Lake McDonald Lodge staff were notified of the evacuation Sunday night.