Breaking News from Missoula MT
Find the latest Missoula MT News from the most up to date source on all headlines and breaking stories from around the world.
Missoula judge bans Griz forum owner from posting about woman online
MaroonBlood owner Mike Schlosser, left, sits next to his attorney Nick Brooke Thursday in Missoula Municipal Court. Judge Kathleen Jenks granted Lisa Davey, far right, an order of protection against Schlosser for the next year, including a ban on him referring to her on social media.
16 of the Most Expensive Homes for Sale in the Missoula Area
This three bedroom, four bath home on 5+ acres has Mediterranean style in a Montana setting. You arrive at 11675 Windemere on a tree-lined road leading to a circular driveway. Note the stucco exterior, clay tile roof, entry courtyard, and covered porch-hallmarks of classic Spanish architecture. Insi
Missoula Osprey, Helena Brewers rained out, rescheduled
MISSOULA — The Missoula Osprey and Helena Brewers' rubber match will wait until another day. The third meeting between the two minor league baseball clubs has been postponed after wet conditions left the field unplayable on Thursday evening.The game will be made up in Helena on June 25 as part of a
Missoula organization honors dancing man with dance off
“In each one of us there is this little voice that says, ‘Let’s let it all go, let’s jam and have a good time,’ and he was the epitome of that,” Missoula resident Michael Boxell said.
Missoula Float Tubes Probably Won't Hit The Water Till Mid July
By this time last year, Missoula-area rivers were filled with float tubes and anglers, but with yet another flood warning this week, most river recreation seems a long way off. National Weather Service Hydrologist Ray Nickless says that that should start to change next week, at least for fishing."Th
New adoptables in Missoula and Western Montana. Pick your new dog or cat!
Related AdsTV Book Pickup, 1x3TV Book Ad, 1x3Save 15% On Your Pet's Next Grooming Appointment With 2 Barking Sisters' Dog Spaw! 406-531-2765© 2018 Lee Enterprises |Terms|Privacy
Nearly 70 club soccer teams converge on Missoula for second annual Intermountain Champions Cup
MISSOULA —Just weeks after Fort Missoula Regional Park opened last summer, 64 club soccer teams came together for the inaugural Intermountain Champions Cup.That tournament was a long time coming for Missoula.Twenty-two years before FMRP opened, Missoulians voted to pass the open space bond around Fo
Bucks drop pair in Missoula
Garrett Schultz was not about to blame his squad's demanding recent schedule, or a planned doubleheader with Missoula — preceding the longest road trip of the season — being postponed a day because of inclement weather.No, the first-year manager conceded that his Bucks AA squad simply was lethargic
Man who drowned in rafting accident in western Montana ID'd
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Authorities have released the name of a man who drowned when his raft overturned on a creek in western Montana.Granite County Sheriff Scott Dunkerson says a raft carrying 71-year-old Alfred Tully, of Missoula, capsized on a log jam on lower Rock Creek on Sunday afternoon. Anot
Some Seeley district roads remain closed due to flooding
In addition to road closure orders, some roads are experiencing maintenance, reconditioning, bridge work, and/or culvert replacement. With few exceptions, the roads will remain passable for Forest visitors but delays up to 2-4 hours can be expected. Additional, short-term road closures may be necess
Dance off to honor Missoula dancing icon
MISSOULA, Mont. —People are coming out to honor a Missoula dancing icon today.Crowds say Ronald Kephart dance at nearly every musical event in Missoula for decades.He died of a heart attack one week ago at Out To Lunch in Caras Park.Today, The Missoula Downtown Association is holding a dance off to
Missoula man due in court over baseball bat attack
Prosecutors say a witness told police that she, Ekstedt and Fuller were on their way to dinner last Thursday when Ekstedt struck Fuller in the head, knocking him to the floor. Witnesses said there had been no argument, but that Ekstedt had been acting strangely for the previous 10 days.
Missoula election workers recount too close to call primary
After conducting the official canvass of the primary election yesterday, the County’s Canvass Board is calling for a recount of the ballots cast in House District 92. As provided in MCA 13-15-403 (4): If during a canvass the board finds an error in a precinct or precincts affecting the accuracy of v
Missoula council hears Parks & Rec budget priorities
Missoula could use about $721,000 in additional funding for its parks and related facilities, but Parks and Recreation Director Donna Gaukler knows that’s unrealistic, and instead presented a budget request for $383,000 more to the City Council on Wednesday.The annual request is on top of the baseli
Police identify woman who died in hit-and-run incident in Missoula
Rebecca Grace Romero, 22, of Stockton, California was identified by Missoula County Sheriff and Coroner TJ McDermott.
Police: Woman found dead on Missoula's Westside apparently struck by car
A 22-year-old woman is dead after she apparently was hit by a vehicle in the Westside neighborhood near Lowell School early Sunday morning, according to Missoula police.Police Sgt. Jerry Odlin said officers were called to Phillips Street at 2:26 a.m. for a report of an injured woman in the road, and
Children don't go to jail with parents
I've read and listened to the whining long enough. I was actively involved in arresting people as a law enforcement officer for over 25 years. During that time, I arrested hundreds of people who were accompanied by their children. The people I arrested had committed crimes, which defined them as cri
Missoula Osprey hits leader inspired by son in Venezuela
MISSOULA —Eddie Hernandez draws motivation from a slightly different source than most of his minor league peers.It's a little fella named Felix, Eddie's infant son and a big game-changer for the 19-year-old, who boasted the Pioneer League's best batting average heading into Tuesday's home opener aga
US sacrificing children's well-being
It's Father’s Day Sunday and my thoughts are dismal and disturbing. I'm thinking about the Latino father who killed himself when his children were pulled out of his arms and stolen from him. I'm thinking of nearly 2,000 children held in "detention centers" to be used as a leverage for negotiating. I
Kennedy's homer leads Missoula to 3-1 win over Helena
MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) -- Buddy Kennedy hit a two-run homer in the fifth inning, leading the Missoula Osprey to a 3-1 win over the Helena Brewers on Tuesday.