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This Week in Government: MRA meets Monday

Government meetings this week.

Epilepsy does not deter Sentinel High grad from receiving diploma with honors

Josie Allred graduated from Sentinel High School Summa Cum Laude. While she started her high school career amid pandemic restrictions, the 18-year-old alsofaced her own challenges during senior year.

Seeley grad headed to UM for environmental studies, documentary majors

Hattie Batchelder, raised in Seeley Lake, capped off her time at the high school as she graduated alongside 20 of her peers last weekend.

Missoula and Western Montana neighbors: Obituaries for June 9

Read through the obituaries published today in Missoulian.

State investigating after man in Cut Bank drove over officer, who then shot him

The Montana Division of Criminal Investigation said it is investigating an officer-involved shooting in Cut Bank that occurred early Saturday.

Shelf Life: Discover adventures in cooking for teens at Missoula Public Library

Activities at the Missoula Public Library this week:

Trains long gone, people once again roll down new Tarkio trail

A yearslong effort from Mineral County Rails to Trails organization has allowed people to once again feel the wind in their faces as they glide along the path, soot free.

Trains long gone, people once again roll down new Tarkio trail

    A yearslong effort from Mineral County Rails to Trails organization has allowed people to once again feel the wind in their faces as they glide along the path, soot free.

    Missoula and Western Montana neighbors: Obituaries for June 8

      Read through the obituaries published today in Missoulian.

      Carroll College president feels truly blessed after meeting the 'Holy Father'

        Carroll President John Cech represented the college while visiting with Pope Francis at the Vatican on May 29.

        Missoula and Western Montana speaks up: Letters to the editor for the week of Jun. 7, 2024

          Our weekly round-up of letters published in the Missoulian.

          Closure planned for South 14th Street West next week

            The construction will last from June 10-14

            All aboard: Montana stakeholders see glimpse of new rail line

              The buzz around the new route brought several top railroad officials to the Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority (BSPRA) for its annual conference in Missoula.

              Business Buzz: Downtown events, three new restaurants open

                There are three new eateries open in Missoula. Also, two popular downtown Caras Park events are both back up and running for the summer season.

                Luxury homes on the market in Missoula and Western Montana

                These are some of the most luxurious homes on the Missoula and Western Montana market.

                Missoulian week in review: Local news recap for June 1-7

                Here's a roundup of local stories that ran this week.

                Historical homes you can own in the Missoula and Western Montana area

                Here are some Missoula and Western Montana homes with history that you might be able to call your own.

                Farmer tool library, including large tractor and attachments, opens in Missoula

                Now smaller-scale farmers and ranchers can rent tractors and tractor implements from a nonprofit in Missoula.

                Missoula and Western Montana neighbors: Obituaries for June 7

                Read through the obituaries published today in Missoulian.

                Video: CFAC celebrates grand opening of Farmer Tool Library

                The Community Food and Agriculture Coalition celebrated the grand opening of its Farmer Tool Library, a new resource for beginning farmers and ranchers located at the historic LaLonde Ranch in Missoula.

                Missoula doctor faces 3 new felony charges

                Tyler J. Hurst, a former Community Medical Center ER doctor, is now facing criminal charges in connection to six separate women accusing him of sexual abuse.

                Missoula authorities ID man who died in police custody last month

                Missoula resident Ross M. Robertson, 39, died in police custody on May 29, according to the Missoula County Sheriff's Office.

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                New Era Cap looks to expand reach with purchase of sport and lifestyle company

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                Proposed limits on unsheltered living in Missoula advances after contentious hearing

                A city council meeting on Wednesday got testy as one member stormed out. They were discussing prohibiting unsheltered living in certain areas.

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                Man who ran over MHP trooper sentenced to life without parole

                A man who ran over and seriously injured a Montana Highway Patrol trooper was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole on Wednesday.

                Old Post Hospital developers plan for demolition, permit still needed

                The developers who own the Old Post Hospital at Fort Missoula said Wednesday they have completed all the necessary steps to demolish the structure.

                Willard Alternative High grad wants to study psychology

                Alora Stroh said Willard Alternative High School provided her with the resources she needs to pursue a career in psychology.

                Missoula officials discuss priorities for growth, code reform

                The plans look to modernize city regulations while also preparing for the next decade of growth.

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