UM student detained in China over taxicab incident

A University of Montana senior was arrested in China on July 16 and is currently being detained.

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French professor Michel Valentin, a leader of la résistance, takes a buyout at UM

Summer heat leaves University of Montana French professor Michel Valentin without a scarf to flip across his shoulders, as he so often does to punctuate whatever criticism du jour he's hurling at campus administrators.

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Can Congress solve the Forest Service's wildfire funding conundrum?

The West is in the midst of another intense wildfire season.

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Mountain Line gets a Zero Fare extension

There weren't many people at the downtown transfer center on a recent Tuesday after the morning commuter rush had passed.

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Commissioners will take a second look at the sheriff's overtime budget

As Missoula County zeroes in on a preliminary budget proposal for 2018, overtime pay at the sheriff's office has suddenly become a high-profile issue.

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With a new law on the books, the county sues M2GREEN to collect a tax debt

Before this year, Montana counties had few methods of recourse for collecting delinquent property taxes in civil court.

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Looking a TIF horse in the mouth: Is the MRA getting our money's worth at the Marriott?

Last month, the Missoula Redevelopment Agency offered almost $3.6 million in tax increment financing to the developers of a new hotel on the site of the old Mercantile building.

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In Idaho, a hunter finds a sad state of affairs for bears

For $16.96 a person, you can see bears—guaranteed furry stimulation.

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Street Talk: Jobs, the weird and the wanted

Q: This week's feature profiles a local woman who recently published a memoir about her years as a journalist covering the porn industry.

(Indy Blog)   Jul 13, 2017

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Hollywood trailer park attorney sends "progress report" to city

As today's Indy story about the history of management issues at Hollywood Mobile Home Park went to press, an attorney for the park's management company sent out a "progress report" to city officials.

(Indy Blog)   Jul 13, 2017

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Lynsey G. has seen the good, the bad and the weird of pornography. Let's talk about it.

Lynsey G. is in her small but cheerful basement apartment in Missoula, making a cup of tea.

Jul 13, 2017

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Tracking a mobile home park's decades-long decline

Devin Khoury, the Missoula broker whose family owns and operates the Hollywood Mobile Home Park, directs inquiries about the derelict Westside property to his attorney, Tom Orr.

(News)   Jul 13, 2017

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Missoulians tailor a tea for the protection of Indian elephants

Just south of the border between India and Bhutan, in the foothills of the Himalayas, a man named Tenzing grows black Assam tea.

(News)   Jul 13, 2017

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Syphilis makes an unexpected comeback

Health officials and workers are grappling with a resurgence of a sexually transmitted infection that was barely worth mentioning five years ago.

(News)   Jul 13, 2017

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With Montana's Medicaid expansion on Trump's chopping block, what else is at stake?

The consensus among many Montana commentators over the past few weeks has been that Congress' current tack on health care will leave tens of thousands of the state's most vulnerable residents at risk.

(News)   Jul 13, 2017

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Street Talk: The jobs you've had, and the ones you want

Asked Friday afternoon in Caras Park

(News)   Jul 13, 2017

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At UM, the future is in cherry wood lockers

The University of Montana is spending the summer getting its priorities in order.

(News)   Jul 13, 2017

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The strange and continuing saga of former Ravalli County Treasurer Valerie Stamey

Once in a generation, a public servant emerges whose vision of government can only be described as genius.

(Opinion)   Jul 13, 2017

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Zinke's Interior agenda isn't good for vets or land

Last summer, five fellow veterans and I canoed Alaska's Canning River to the Beaufort Sea through one of our nation's most pristine regions, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

(Opinion)   Jul 13, 2017

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Letters to the Editor

Write the other thing!

Jul 12, 2017

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Choteau is the latest Montana town to consider a municipal ban on marijuana dispensaries

A "coming soon" sign in the window of Choteau businessman Jim Anderson's Main Street building is not being well received.

(News)   Jul 6, 2017

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Need to place a call from jail? Do you have any idea how much that costs?

The Montana Public Service Commission is grappling with the question of how much to charge prisoners for phone calls made from municipal and county detention facilities.

(News)   Jul 6, 2017

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