Actress Lily Gladstone on verge of stardom
New film for PBS features Gladstone as an emerging ‘American Master.’
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Summer camps strive to fill childcare gaps in Missoula
With too few options for summertime childcare, parents turn to a limited number of camps for support.
Tenants union wants Bozeman to ban short-term rentals
Group maintains moratorium would make more housing available to local residents and lower costs.
Missoula food group, area ranchers look to alleviate beef-processing bottleneck
Less than 5% of cattle born in Montana are processed in the state.
Bipartisan legislation to boost coal trust unanimously passes committee
House Speaker Matt Regier, R-Kalispell, and House Minority Leader Kim Abbott, D-Helena, are teaming up on legislation that would transfer $115 million from the General Fund to the state’s coal severance tax trust fund for use developing and maintaining affordable housing.
$1 million wildlife crossings fund passes legislative committee
House Bill 887 would establish a fund the Montana Department of Transportation or local governments could use to leverage federal infrastructure funding dedicated for wildlife crossings.
Constitutional amendment proposals heat up ahead of deadline
Several of the proposals — each of which would ultimately require voter approval to take effect — represent Republican frustration with the state’s decennial legislative redistricting process.
Abortion restrictions spark conflict, hours of testimony in committee hearings
Lawmakers heard debate on a slate of abortion bills this week.
FW&P seeks public input on gray wolf conservation and management plan
FWP is conducting virtual public scoping meetings on April 4 from 6 to 8 p.m. and on April 11 from 6 to 8 p.m.
Montana Associated Students resolved in regents’ favor
MAS, representing more than 40,000 students, unanimously approved a resolution opposing a pair of bills in the 2023 Legislature that MAS asserts would infringe on the constitutional authority of the Montana Board of Regents.