The nine candidates in Montana’s new Western congressional district — a jagged ‘C’ encompassing Glacier County, Kalispell, Missoula, the Bitterroot Valley, Butte and Gallatin County — are as ideologically varied as the population they seek to represent. Which candidate can unlock House District 1’s political identity?
The Montana Department of Environmental Quality is seeking public input on a draft plan to build electric vehicle charging stations along key travel corridors in Montana. Once finalized, the plan will detail how Montana intends to spend $43 million in federal funds earmarked for direct-current electric vehicle charging infrastructure that was included in the $1.2 trillion infrastructure package Congress passed last November.
The city enacted the prohibition of marijuana, both medical and recreational, in 2010, and the rule has not been challenged since, including in the years that medical marijuana was legalized in Montana and Cascade County, but not within the city limits.
Documents from the Forest Service say the Bitterroot Front Project aims to reduce fuels, improve resilience to disturbances such as insects, diseases and fire, improve wildlife habitat, and contribute to the local economy and timber industry. Critics see a cover for logging.
Protesters advocating for abortion rights rallied in cities around Montana over the weekend in response to the overturning of Roe v. Wade, the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that had made abortion legal across the country for nearly fifty years. The court’s decision on Friday to nullify that legal precedent has sparked rage and celebrations nationwide. […]
Montana’s elected officials reacted to the U.S. Supreme Court ruling Friday overturning the landmark Roe v. Wade decision, which had made abortion legal nationwide for nearly 50 years.
The latest news and information on the coronavirus pandemic in Montana, including updated case count maps and original in-depth reporting.
Former Montana Federation of Public Employees President Eric Feaver died Wednesday, leaving behind a legacy of tireless advocacy for labor and public education respected on both sides of the political aisle.
In Montana, rising temperatures, dwindling snowpacks, longer wildfire seasons and climate-related extreme weather events are finding their way into a somewhat unexpected venue: therapist offices.