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About: missoula, montana

One of the most liberal cities in Montana Missoula was home to Jeannette Rankin, the first woman elected to the Congress of the United States. The name Missoula comes from the Salish Native American word for the Clark Fork River, meaning place of cold water. The first Europeans in the area came with the Lewis and Clark expedition in 1805, but no permanent settlements were created until 1860. A popular area for fly fishing today Missoula is known for its tourism.

Population: 64081
Local Newspapers: Missoulian Missoula Independent
Local Sports Teams: Missoula Osprey (minor league baseball)
Local Colleges: University of Montana

Zip Codes associated with missoula, montana: 59801 59802 59803 59804 59808
Towns/Cities near missoula, montana : Wye Orchard Homes Clinton Lolo Frenchtown Florence

Missoula News
New Legislative email system will archive emails

The Montana Legislature is replacing its current email system with one that will help lawmakers comply with open records requests. The Missoulian reports the new email has an automatic archive system that will retain legislators' emails for five years after their terms end to comply with state law.

Frenchtown music teacher pleads not guilty to sexual assault

A Montana high school music teacher has pleaded not guilty to fondling and other inappropriate touching of two female students. The Missoulian reports Frenchtown teacher Troy Bashor entered his not guilty plea Wednesday to felony and misdemeanor counts of sexual assault.

Missoula officials approve ban on indoor vaping

Missoula officials have approved an ordinance to ban vaping indoors and to give businesses the option to prohibit smoking outside their entrances.

Restraining order against Missoula student dismissed

A Missoula judge dismissed a temporary order of protection barring a Big Sky High student from being near campus or another student, saying the reported threat and assault would be best handled in Youth Court. The Missoulian reports the student who reportedly said - the day after the Florida shooting - that it would take an Army to stop him when he shot up the school is now attending another school.

High school student arrested after shots fired, police chase

A Montana high school student is in custody after a police chase in which shots were fired in a school parking lot in Missoula. Detective Sgt.

Simshaw on Electronic Communications and Sexual Assault

Electronic communications are critical pieces of evidence in both civil and criminal legal proceedings. This is especially so in cases where decision makers are charged with determining the truthfulness of conflicting accounts of events.

To Go Somewhere Else

It would have been a lot easier and way cheaper just to crack open a book. There would have been the same four walls and the random insistence of poking dog noses and the cat that likes to remind you that he is there by finding a small patch of bare skin to test the sharpness of his claws on while you're not looking.

Former UM student charged with attempted deliberate homicide

A former University of Montana student is charged with two counts of attempted deliberate homicide in a Missoula convenience store shooting. Justice of the Peace Marie Anderson on Friday set bail at $1 million each for 18-year-old Chase Munson and for 19-year-old UM student Ivory Brien.

The Decemberists Return With Travelers' Rest Festival

THE DECEMBERISTS in conjunction with THE KNITTING FACTORY have announced the 2nd annual TRAVELERS' REST FESTIVAL. The two-day event is being curated by the band and will take place AUGUST 4th-5th at the BIG SKY BREWING COMPANY AMPHITHEATRE in MISSOULA, MT.

Probe continues after toxic substance taken from UM lab

The Missoula Police Department and the University of Montana Police are investigating a report that a small amount of potassium cyanide, a highly-toxic substance, was removed from a University of Montana research laboratory. They say that the material is a white powder occupying less than half of a clear glass vial with a white lid.

Forest Service chief departure sparks backlash

Lawmakers in Congress are calling for a hearing and investigation into sexual harassment at the U.S. Forest Service following the departure of its chief amid sexual misconduct allegations. U.S. Sen. Steve Daines of Montana said Thursday he is calling for a congressional hearing, saying that he wants to ensure "bad actors are held accountable."

Arrests made in Missoula convenience store shooting

Missoula Police say Ivory Brien, 19, and Chase Munson, 18 -- who are both listed on the University of Montana student roster -- are now behind bars. Two people were shot early Tuesday morning at the South Avenue Market at the intersection of Higgins and South avenues in Missoula.

Campaign aims to find homes for Missoula's homeless

A group of Missoula housing agencies are teaming up in a campaign to find "40 Homes in 40 days" for people who are homeless in Missoula. Julie Barrett and her three kids spent almost two years in limbo, after leaving an unsafe housing situation, before they secured a Shelter Plus Care voucher that ensured they had money to support renting a home.

Missoula officers searching for cyanide missing from UM lab

City of Missoula and University of Montana police officers are searching for a vial of toxic potassium cyanide that was apparently removed from a University of Montana laboratory. Officials said late Wednesday the clear vial about half full of white powder with a white lid may have been discarded near campus, but it has not been located.

The Decemberists' 2018 Travelers' Rest Fest to Feature Death Cab For...

If you haven't already filled out your summer plans with enough festivals, add room for one more great one. The second edition of The Decemberists ' Travelers' Rest festival is coming back on Aug. 4-5 in singer Colin Meloy's hometown of Missoula, Montana, with a packed lineup featuring headlining sets on both nights from the hosts, as well as appearances by Death Cab For Cutie , Wilco 's Jeff Tweedy , Mavis Staples , tUnE-yArDs , Whitney , Parquet Courts and Tinariwen .

in Re: the Marriage of: John S. Hollamon

COUNSEL OF RECORD: For Appellant: P. Mars Scott, P, Mars Scott Law Offices; Missoula, Montana For Appellee: Dennis E. Lind, Datsopoulos, MacDonald & Lind; Missoula, Montana A 1 John Hollamon appeals the May 26, 2017 order of the Fourth Judicial District Court, Missoula County, distributing the marital assets upon dissolution and awarding Beverly Hollamon maintenance. We affirm.

Montana couple who dissolved victims in acid want to marry in jail

Couple accused of murdering and dismembering girl, 15, and 24-year-old woman, and then dumping their body parts in acid, apply to marry in jail while they await trial A man and woman from western Montana accused of murdering a 15-year-old girl and 24-year-old woman before dissolving their bodies in acid have applied to get married in jail. Augustus Standingrock, 26, and Tiffanie Pierce, 23, were charged with two counts of deliberate homicide after the dismembered bodies of Marilyn Pickett, a minor, and Jackson Wiles were found in tubs of chemicals in the basement of Pierce's home last August.

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