The petitioner, a woman who shares a young child with Jacob Elder, filed a temporary order of protection request against him in Missoula County Justice Court on May 17, court filings show.
The city intends to demolish several aging structures in order to facilitate the construction of new high-density housing, commercial buildings and green space.
Almost 104,000 acres spread across three designated wilderness study areas would be removed from protected status under a bill introduced in the U.S. Senate on Thursday by Montana Sen. Steve Daines.
Despite being 13 years old, Morgan Delaney starts her week running with her high school cross country team around the rolling hills of Polson.
Pearl Boba Tea is returning to downtown Missoula, and a 73-room hotel with a Black Coffee shop is also opening up downtown. Also, Bob's Sew and Vac is closing after many decades in business.
Crews were able to extinguish the fire, which was confined to the attic area of the home, the release said. The interior was damaged by smoke and water, but no injuries were reported.
The proposed name would change the Liberal Arts Building to the Dennis and Gretchen Eck Liberal Arts Building.
The county currently spends $10,000 per year on trail maintenance, but the plan projects needing $400,000 for that work.
Last week, flooding at Yellowstone caused catastrophic damage in the region, destroying homes, roads and bridges and isolating entire communities. Despite the size of this event, the impacts on seismic and hydrothermal activity are likely to be minor.
This month, Red Star is showing a range of work at the Dana Gallery in conjunction with the festival, a somewhat rare chance to see a large selection of his art in Missoula.
A few of the owners of the nearly 600 vacation rentals in Missoula County have decided to sell recently because they're not getting the returns they expected.
The Rocky Boy Buffalo Project donated 80 pounds of bison meat to the upcoming youth powwow and the remaining 380 pounds to the tribe’s food bank.
The Evergreen State accounts for about 17% of all nonresident hunters awarded Montana deer and elk hunting licenses over the last four years. On this week's episode we discuss the data with Tom Kuglin.
Each group member has years of improv and performance experience, and they are excited to bring improv back to Missoula, after the last few local improv groups have come and gone.
The idea for a BIPOC artist speaker series was born out of talks the committee had to figure out how to help more BIPOC Missoula artists connect to one another.