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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

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Grey Wolf Peak Casino ramping up giveaways for summer season

Grey Wolf Peak Casino General Manager Vernon Finley and Players Club Manager Trent Sinclair show off the 2018 Nissan Rogue that will be giving away in at the end of July.

Students Get Creative for Wildfire Awareness

In celebration of Wildfire Awareness Month, Keep Montana Green will be showcasing students' artwork throughout the months of May and June. In Glasgow, art work from Poplar, Malta, Saco and Frazer students are being showcased at The Glasgow Courier , wihle art work from Wolf Point students are being displayed at D&G Sports and Western.

Barnes & Noble College to run University of Montana store

Bookstore chief operating officer Eamon Fahey says the university anticipates reaching a five-year contract with the company and expects to hand over the shop's keys in July.

The Latest: Floods easing in west Montana, rising in east

Multiple rivers are expected to flood in eastern and central Montana in coming days, even as water levels fall in western portions of the state after hitting the highest mark in a century. National Weather Service meteorologist Brian Taser says the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone near Edgar is expected to crest late Thursday at its highest level ever recorded.

Convicted Montana pain doctor back in custody

A 69-year-old former Montana pain doctor convicted of overprescribing opioids leading to the deaths of two patients is back in custody after missing an appeal filing deadline with the state Supreme Court. The Missoulian reports that Christensen's attorney, Josh Van de Wetering, filed a petition May 18 with the Montana Supreme Court taking blame for the filing error that put his client back in jail.

Skull fractured by a bear, this 'fierce' wildlife worker hiked two miles to safety

In her first full week as a field assistant working on a U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service grizzly bear project, Amber Kornak was attacked by a bear in Montana last week. Authorities don't know what type of bear was involved and have released little information about the circumstances of the attack.

Missoula officials allow flooding evacuees to check property

Sheriff's Office officials said Monday they are modifying the evacuation order because the Clark Fork River is expected to be lower over the next day or two. However, sheriff's officials warn the flooding emergency isn't over and residents shouldn't stay in their homes over night or start recovery efforts yet.

Mont. Firm Still Offering Tax Relief to RV Buyers

In a unique twist that's been available for years, RV enthusiasts attending the recent Family Motor Coach Association convention in Georgia were offered promotional literature by a firm called Action Services LLC, an affiliate of the Wilson Law Office, Missoula, Mont., that provides prospective RV buyers with a means of avoiding state taxes and lowering the initial cost of RV ownership. Since the state of Montana has no sales tax on vehicle purchases and charges affordable RV registration and licensing fees, the company maintains, forming an LLC in the state essentially makes the buyer a Montana resident - on the books at least - and eligible for these lower costs.

The Latest: Flooding Causes 'Volcanos' in Contaminated Pond

Contaminated water is bubbling and popping in a pond that holds an abandoned pulp and paper plant's industrial waste along the flooding Clark Fork River near Frenchtown. But authorities say there is no imminent threat of a breach of the 2 A1 2 mile earthen berm that separates the contaminated site from the river.

Dirty air can harm your brain and stress the body

ISLAMABAD: Air pollution tends to pose the biggest risk to the very old, to the very young and to people already suffering from some chronic ailments. What types? Asthma and heart disease are two major conditions that put people at risk.

Montana student is suspended for wearing Confederate flag sweatshirt

A Montana high school student has been disciplined for repeatedly wearing a Confederate flag sweatshirt despite teachers telling him not to. Mitchell Ballas was suspended on Tuesday after wearing the sweatshirt to Big Sky High School every day since last week.

Snowmelt boosts mudslide risk in parts of western Montana

Officials say the rapidly melting snowpack in the mountains of western Montana has increased the risk of mudslides in areas scorched by last year's wildfires. Adrienne Beck of the Missoula County Office of Emergency Management tells the Missoulian that her office has warned residents in about 10 homes of the threat.

Montana rivers, streams rise again as storms move in

Western and central Montana's rivers and streams are rising again from snowmelt and rain, with more storms expected to roll into the region. That includes the Clark Fork River, which has been flooding for weeks near Missoula, with evacuation orders issued for 65 homes and warnings for another 2,200.

Montana student disciplined for Confederate flag sweatshirt

A Montana high school student has been disciplined for continuing to wear a Confederate flag sweatshirt after administrators requested that he stop wearing it. The Missoulian reports 17-year-old Mitchell Ballas was suspended Tuesday after wearing the sweatshirt to Big Sky High School every day since last week.

Bitterroot area waters remain high

The flows in the Bitterroot River were trending steadily downward into Monday, reaching a low of 5.75 feet at the Darby Gage where Flood Stage is 7.5 feet.

Missoula named one of America's drunkest cities

The cities with the highest excessive drinking rates are concentrated in the Midwest, while those with the lowest rates are mostly in southern states. Missoula is the only metro area in Montana with a near nationleading excessive drinking rate.

Flooding from Montana River Receding, But is Expected to Rise Again

Montana's Clark Fork River near Missoula is receding after it crested at the highest level in a century and swept trees, trailers and other dangerous debris downstream. Residents aren't out of danger yet.

The Latest: Clark Fork near Missoula closed to recreation

The Clark Fork River near Missoula is closed to recreation due to downed power lines and other debris in the fast-moving water. The Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks ordered the closure Monday from the Reserve Street Bridge in Missoula to the Kona Bridge west of the city.

Montana river recedes, but floodwaters likely to resurge

Montana's Clark Fork River near Missoula began to recede Saturday after cresting at its highest level in a century, but the floodwaters are expected to surge again next week with no end in sight for the hundreds of homes threatened. The river crested Friday night at 13.82 feet , its highest level since 1908, after knocking trailer homes off their foundations and sweeping trees and other dangerous debris downstream.

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