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Tester, Daines express concern over proposed USPS Missoula facility move to Spokane

News from the offices of Senator Tester and Senator Daines  U.S. SENATE — As a part of his continued efforts to improve mail delivery in Montana, U.S. Senator Jon Tester recently urged Postmaster General Louis DeJoy to halt the United States Postal Service’s Mail Processing Facility Rev...

$6M secured to expand Missoula County Airport  

News from the office of Senator Tester BIG SANDY — U.S. Senator Jon Tester recently secured $6,000,000 to fund a new terminal for Missoula County Airport.   This funding comes from Tester’s bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act and is awarded through the Federal Avia...

Lewing to perform at UM on Feb. 25 Lewing to perform at UM on Feb. 25

MISSOULA — Neal Lewing, lifelong Montana singer/songwriter, actor, playwright, poet, author and educator, will return to UM to celebrate 50 years since matriculating as a professional entertainer and help raise awareness of the need for music and musicians. Proceeds benefit the UM Music Scholarship pro...

Lewing to perform at UM on Feb. 25

MISSOULA — Neal Lewing, lifelong Montana singer/songwriter, actor, playwright, poet, author and educator, will return to UM to celebrate 50 years since matriculating as a professional entertainer and help raise awareness of the need for music and musicians. Proceeds benefit the UM Music Scholarship pro...

Flathead Reservation Fish and Wildlife Board meeting set for Feb. 21

News from CSKT MISSOULA — The Flathead Reservation Fish and Wildlife Board will meet Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2024, from 1-3 p.m. at the Fish, Wildlife & Parks office at 3201 Spurgin Road, Missoula. This meeting will cover enforcement reports, bird hunting regulation updates and a presentation on t...

What’s next in push to restore southern Montana’s passenger rail service What’s next in push to restore southern Montana’s passenger rail service

This story is excerpted from the MT Lowdown, a weekly newsletter digest containing original reporting and analysis published every Friday. In early December 2023, the Federal Railroad Administration announced that it awarded a $500,000 grant to the Big Sky Passenger Rail Authority to explore the feasibili...

Two men charged with killing, selling eagles

FLATHEAD RESERVATION — Two men have been indicted on charges of killing some 3,600 federally-protected birds, including bald eagles, for profit.  According to court documents, Simon Paul and Travis John Branson are accused of killing and selling eagles on the black market between 2015 to 2021. ...

Missoula Youth Orchestra to play live on MTPR

News from MTPR MISSOULA — Montana Public Radio is pleased to announce an exciting live radio broadcast coming to the Zootown Arts Community Center. On Dec. 1, the MTPR children’s program The Pea Green Boat, hosted by Vicki Chaney, will be featuring live music and interviews with the Missoula...

Sen. Tester condemns anti-Semitism in Montana

News from the office of Senator Tester U.S. Senate — In response to the recent white nationalist demonstration outside of Har Shalom synagogue in Missoula, U.S. Senator Jon Tester recently called on the Biden Administration to provide additional resources to strengthen security for rural synagogue...

Montana Court blocks enforcement of ban on gender-affirming care for trans youth

News from ACLU Montana MISSOULA — A Montana state district court judge recently blocked enforcement of Senate Bill 99, the discriminatory law that threatens the health and well-being of Montana transgender youth by denying them access to the only evidence-based care for gender dysphoria. In his or...


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