City Council upholds denial of permit to Fort Missoula project
The majority of council agreed that the developer, Tres Birds, failed to demonstrate that its application didn’t receive a fair review.
Judge hears arguments on Flathead Forest roads, grizzlies
For a second time, wildlife advocates are asking the courts to require the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to consider how the spread of logging roads on the Flathead National Forest will affect threatened grizzly bears and bull trout.
City readies contract for river access project at Caras Park
Plans to make further improvements to Caras Park and the downtown stretch of the Clark Fork River took a step forward on Wednesday.
County contract to provide guidance on converting sheds to housing
Those looking to turn a shed into a cabin or dwelling unit will soon get stronger guidance from Missoula County under a contract approved this week.
Missoula County agrees to land exchange in failed Gleneagle Subdivision
Missoula County on Tuesday approved an agreement with two limited liability companies to exchange land in a failed subdivision near the base of Grant Creek.
FWP reconsiders gill-netting lake trout in Swan Lake
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will resume efforts to shrink the invasive lake trout population in Swan Lake.
Leasing at the Villagio slowed by ‘strict’ income compliance
One of Missoula’s largest income-restricted housing projects remains less than 50% full.
Missoula workforce housing project lands $2.8M state bond
Efforts to build workforce housing in Missoula got a big boost this week.
City approves funding for Clark Fork River restoration
The Missoula City Council this week approved allocating $1 million from the open space bond to stabilize the banks and create dedicated access sites.
Montana researchers urge towns to focus on wildfire preparation
For more than a decade, a small group of scientists have been trying to convince people that fireproofing their homes is far more effective than logging the forest when it comes to surviving wildfire.