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Missoula and Western Montana homes for big families

Missoula and Western Montana homes with at least five bedrooms.

Montana Supreme Court candidates Jerry Lynch and Katherine Bidegaray answer questions during a Q&A at City Club Missoula on Monday, July 8, 2024.

Heat wave: Temps could hit 105 degrees this week in western Montana

A heat advisory for the Bitterroot, Missoula, Flathead and Mission valleys, the Kootenai/Cabinet region and lower Clark Fork River region will go into effect at 1 p.m. on Tuesday.

Couple sues Community Medical Center, pediatric surgeon for 'negligent conduct'

An Anaconda couple is alleging that a pediatric surgeon in Missoula caused them and their child serious and severe mental and emotional distress.

UPDATED: New wildfire starts Sunday in upper Miller Creek

Around 6 p.m. Sunday, firefighters were laying hose through the fire, which was burning ground fuels, but not larger trees, and appeared to be about 3 acres.

US Department of Labor gives $800K to help displaced wood products employees

The money will move into seven counties and two reservations as some employees seek to relocate toward industrial hubs.

This Week in Government

Government meetings this week.

Boulder man allegedly infatuated with 'Dexter' charged with attempted deliberate homicide

    A Boulder man was charged with attempted deliberate homicide after allegedly becoming interested in the TV drama "Dexter," which is about a police forensic technician and vigilante serial killer.

    Missoula and Western Montana neighbors: Obituaries for July 8

      Read through the obituaries published today in Missoulian.

      Plant Fire burns south of Missoula

        The Plant Fire was discovered July 7, 2024, in the upper Miller Creek drainage south of Missoula. This video was made around 6 p.m. that day.

        Missoula and Western Montana neighbors: Obituaries for July 7

          Read through the obituaries published today in Missoulian.

          Newly listed homes for sale in the Missoula and Western Montana area

            Browse through recently listed homes in the Missoula and Western Montana real estate market and find your next home!

            Shelf Life: Teen mycological mystery tour cooking class at Missoula Public Library

              Activities at the Missoula Public Library this week:

              Missoula and Western Montana neighbors: Obituaries for July 6

                Read through the obituaries published today in Missoulian.

                Missoula and Western Montana speaks up: Letters to the editor for the week of Jul. 5, 2024

                Our weekly round-up of letters published in the Missoulian.

                What you missed this week in notable Missoula and Western Montana crimes and court cases

                This week's local crime and court updates from Missoulian.

                Missoulian week in review: Local news recap for June 29-July 5

                Here's a roundup of local stories that ran this week.

                Historical homes you can own in the Missoula and Western Montana area

                Here are some Missoula and Western Montana homes with history that you might be able to call your own.

                ‘My life was teeth’: Crow student handmakes hundreds of faux elk teeth for dress

                Nontraditional UM student Tanya Plainfeather-Gardner handmade about 1,500 porcelain elk teeth replicas for an elk tooth dress.

                Missoula Redevelopment Agency eyes big projects on the horizon

                Missoula Redevelopment Agency director Ellen Buchanan said that Tax Increment Financing has spurred private investment in Missoula.

                Helena City Commission to discuss one-way roads around state capitol, angle parking

                The plan would turn parts of 6th East Avenue and Lockey Avenue into one-ways, making a clockwise traffic circuit around the state capitol building.

                Mountain Line: River floating drop-off at Sha-Ron available

                The bus service has a stop at the Sha-Ron parking lot as part of the existing Route 4 line between downtown Missoula and Bonner.

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                'Reality check': Pyramid runs final log through sawmill

                Approximately 10 people were expected to be let go by the company this week, saidPyramid General Manager Todd Johnson. Those employees and future layoffs will have severance packages.

                Missoula and Western Montana neighbors: Obituaries for July 5

                Read through the obituaries published today in Missoulian.

                Missoula and Western Montana neighbors: Obituaries for July 4

                Read through the obituaries published today in Missoulian.

                New job postings for Missoula and Western Montana job seekers

                Browse through the latest Missoula and Western Montana employment postings and find your next career.

                UPDATED: Small grass fire burns 2 acres in Missoula North Hills

                A fire investigator was assigned to the case, and the fire's cause in under investigation as of Wednesday, a news release stated.

                'Pristine example': Woman's Ninemile property a conservation education haven

                A proponent of conservation and education, 92-year-old Betty Thisted is an advocate for the importance of both.

                Hmong immigrant celebrates 100th birthday at Missoula low-income apartments

                Xong Xiong turned 100 recently at the Council Groves Apartments, a low-income complex in Missoula.

                Missoula and Western Montana neighbors: Obituaries for July 3

                Read through the obituaries published today in Missoulian.

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