Following Newtown Anniversary – Missoula Schools More Secure
Thursday was the fifth anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Newtown, Connecticut where 20 children and six adults were killed
Mineral County May Reopen Jail Soon, Interviewing Applicants This Week
There’s some optimism in Mineral County after the jail was closed suddenly in October and the Sheriff resigned.
Alarming Rates of Poverty and Child Abuse Revealed in Missoula Health Assessment
The 2017 Missoula County Health Assessment has been released, it shows that most Missoulians love their community, but there were also some big red flags that officials will be working on over the next few years.
One More Chance For Comment On Townhome Project on Monday
Citizens will have one more opportunity to comment on the townhome exemption development conditional use request for the Kolendich Grove Street townhomes this Monday before the Missoula City Council.
Senator Jon Tester Demands Continuance of Net Neutrality
In a video released from his Washington, D.C. Office, Montana senior Senator Jon Tester demanded that the FCC retain net neutrality,.
Montana Morning State Headlines for Friday, December 15
Missoulians hold vigil on fifth anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre in Newtown, Connecticut.
Five Year Anniversary Of Newtown Massacre Vigil in Missoula
On the fifth anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, dozens of Missoulians filled the foyer of Paxson Elementary School to remember the slain, and work for change in America's gun laws.
State Receives Positive Feedback on Federal Education Plan
The U.S. Department of Education offered positive feedback to Montana education officials regarding their efforts to comply with the Every Student Succeeds Act.
SBA Offers Low Interest Loans to Businesses Over Wildfire Losses
The U.S. Small Business Administration if offering low interest loans to businesses in several Montana counties who suffered losses during the summer of 2016 fire season.
Montana Kids in Need of Foster Care At All Time High, Homes for Less Than 40 Percent
If the numbers don't change, most of the nearly 4,000 kids in Montana's foster care system, won't find a permanent home.