Protests against gun violence by high school students across the country included a march in Missoula today.
- Helena Youth Against Gun Violence Group Forms After Florida School Shooting
- Daines: Town Halls Are 'Big Protests' Instead Of 'Civil Discourse'
- Whitefish Council Denies 11,000-Square-Foot Church Building
- UM Forest Scientists: Expect More Fire Seasons Like 2017
- Senator Daines' Early Exits Upset Constituents On Statewide Tour
- Missoula Students March For Stronger Gun Regulations
Half a year after a memorable fire season shrouded Montana in thick gray skies, burned more than a million acres and caused tens of millions of dollars in budget shortfalls, scientists at the University of Montana are saying Montanans should get used to it.
You know the old saying “no two snowflakes are alike”? Well, there may be more truth to that than you think. I am from Hillsboro, Oregon, where the snow falls in wet, indistinguishable clumps. When I moved to Montana, I immediately noticed a difference.