The Battle for Clean Energy in Coal Country
Across the country, states are moving to renewable energy – but Montana is doubling down on fossil fuels.
Ken Burns’ latest chronicles the slaughter and revival of ‘The American Buffalo’
New documentary tells the story of bison, people and land impacted by the iconic mammals.
Is Montana’s pandemic tourism boom over?
Tourism officials say that while Montana remains a popular destination, hotel occupancy numbers show visitation leveling off.
CSKT’s push to protect Flathead Lake and its native trout
Tribes turn to comprehensive strategy to sustain the lake’s native fishery.
Montanan on Medicaid? Let us hear from you.
Have you been contacted by the state health department about your eligibility? What are your future plans for health care coverage? You can let us know by filling out a short questionnaire.
Why Montana college tuition is on the rise
For in-state students, the cost of higher education will grow 4% per year in 2024 and 2025. For out-of-state graduate and undergraduate students, the increase will be roughly 6%.
Veto politics set up standoffs between Gianforte and lawmakers
Democrats say governor wants help defeating veto overrides — or major bipartisan policy in jeopardy.
BLM rule proposes to put conservation on ‘equal footing’ with other uses
A conservation organization called the proposal a ‘once-in-a-generation opportunity’ to improve the condition of public land. An oil-and-gas group argued that the agency is overstepping its authority.
Eureka school project produces twin tiny homes
Federal COVID-19 relief funds are tying trades education, workforce development and affordable housing together in northwest Montana.
Subdivision proposal underscores development concerns in Bitterroot Valley
Residents in burgeoning Ravalli County worry about water quality, traffic and the loss of agricultural heritage.