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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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Missoula police: Woman dead in street apparently hit by car

Police say a 22-year-old woman was killed when she was apparently hit by a vehicle in western Montana. Police Sgt.

Eight Book Exchange Employees Quit Over Sexual Harassment Claims

Eight employees of Book Exchange in Missoula, Montana have quit after multiple alleged sexual harassment incidents involving Nabil Haddad, the husband of the store's owner. Two of the employees, Miranda Keenan and Melanie Sourbeer, told the Missoula Independent about incidents in 2014 and 2016, in which Haddad touched them inappropriately.

North Bay makes military from both sides of the border feel like home

Verran has been here before in the early 00's but soon he and his wife will be moving away again for another assignment. Verran and his colleagues from Canada and the US are meeting and interacting with the community as part of the Armed Forces Day festivities at the waterfront today.

3 grizzly cubs orphaned after sow killed by vehicle

Montana wildlife officials are looking for a home for three grizzly bear cubs that were orphaned last week when their mother was killed by a vehicle in west-central Montana. Fish, Wildlife and Parks Rehabilitation Center manager Lisa Rhodin tells the Missoulian the cubs orphaned near Lincoln on June 5 are too young to survive on their own.

Search for missing boater near Missoula suspended

Dangerous river conditions are prompting authorities to temporarily suspend the search for a man who is missing after falling into the Clark Fork River over the weekend. Crews in the area east of Missoula have been searching for a 70-year-old man who went missing in the river Saturday night in between Turah and Clinton.

City of Missoula v. Kroschel

For Appellant: Anne Hamilton , Brandon Shannon, Legal Intern, ASUM Legal Services, Missoula, Montana For Appellee: Timothy C. Fox, Montana Attorney General, C. Mark Fowler , Assistant Attorney General, Helena, Montana, Angela Suzanne Robertson-Bakken, Missoula County Attorney, Missoula, Montana A 1 Appellant Marcy Kroschel appeals the judgment of the Montana Fourth Judicial District Court affirming the judgment of the City of Missoula Municipal Court denying her motion to suppress evidence.

Museum preparing to take historic plane to Normandy in 2019

In this May 22, 2018 photo, taken in in Missoula, Mont., from left to right, Eric Komberec, Bryan Douglass and Mike Anderson stand under the C-47 that flew smoke jumpers into the famous Mann Gulch fire in 1949, as they discuss the logistics of flying the plane to Europe next year for the 75th anniversary of D-Day. The plane, currently the centerpiece of the Museum of Mountain Flying in Missoula, hasn't been airborne since 2001 and will need to be brought up to federal standards for the flight.

Man missing, fell into Clark Fork River from drift boat

Missoula County officials have suspended the search for a 70-year-old man who is missing after falling into the Clark Fork River from a drift boat. Missoula County Sheriff's spokeswoman Brenda Basset says the man fell into the water at about 2 p.m. Saturday between Clinton and Turah, southeast of Missoula.

Judge dismisses charge due to late notice of plea agreement

Missoula County prosecutors are appealing a judge's decision to dismiss a domestic abuse case after she received late notice of a plea agreement.

Museum preparing to take historic plane to Normandy in 2019

In this May 22, 2018 photo, taken in in Missoula, Mont., from left to right, Eric Komberec, Bryan Douglass and Mike Anderson stand under the C-47 that flew smoke jumpers into the famous Mann Gulch fire in 1949, as they discuss the logistics of flying the plane to Europe next year for the 75th anniversary of D-Day.

Small signs carry big messages

This is the sign erected at Fort Missoula Regional Park recently. It is one of more than 20 erected in west central Montana.

Missoula group bringing 'Snow White' to Minden

Area youth interested in a weeklong theatrical experience are invited to try out Monday for parts in next week's Missoula Children's Theatre production of "Snow White & The Seven Dwarfs" at the Minden Opera House.

Robb Reel Officially On The Job At KGGL/Missoula, MT

As ALL ACCESS first reported yesterday , CHERRY CREEK Country KGGL /MISSOULA, MT had added ROBB REEL as PD/afternoon host, effective immediately. REEL will also continue with his voice and production service, THEFACE4RADIO , on a limited basis.

the City of Missoula v. Mountain Water Company Carlyle Infrastructure ...

THE CITY OF MISSOULA, a Montana municipal corporation, Plaintiff, Appellee, and Cross Appellant, v. MOUNTAIN WATER COMPANY, a Montana corporation, and CARLYLE INFRASTRUCTURE PARTNERS, LP, a Delaware limited partnership, Defendants and Appellants.

Flooding on Nancy Lou Drive, one of the evacuated areas in Missoula.

A modified evacuation order remains in effect for the northeast corner of Tower Street, Kehrwald Drive, Channel Drive and the northernmost portion of Nancy Lou Drive. Schmidt Road off of Mullan Road, South Harper's Bridge Road and Hamel Road also remain under modified evacuation orders.

Guy loses 92 pounds in 5 months on keto diet

The dad went on to lose 92 pounds by adopting the ketogenic diet and working out in the great outdoors As a kid in the 1980s, Jeremiah Peterson made the commitment to get fit - not just for his looks, but to fight off the bullies, too. It was knowledge that would serve him well later in life, when he found himself as a 40-year-old man who was 100 pounds overweight and in need of yet another lifestyle transformation.

Former coach Selvig apologizes for plagiarism in grad speech

Former University of Montana women's basketball coach Robin Selvig has apologized for plagiarizing a newspaper article in telling the inspirational story of a former Lady Griz basketball player during a high school graduation speech in Missoula. Selvig told the Missoulian that he felt "terrible" for not crediting Great Falls Tribune writer David Murray on Saturday when he told Big Sky High graduates about LeAnn Montes of Box Elder.

First Friday- June 2018

According to weather.com we will see mostly cloudy skies, a high of 61 and a %20 chance of showers this First Friday. Let's take a look at what's going on in Missoula this evening: School of Art graduate students maintain an alternative exhibition venue in the alley behind the Old Post Pub.

Spelling success with a 'k'

The difference in spellings almost sent a former Burlington girl, Reagan Remmers, home earlier than she hoped from the Scripps National Spelling Bee, which was being held this week outside Washington, D.C. Remmers, who attended Black Hawk Elementary School from kindergarten through second grade before her parents, Rob and Aubrey Remmers, moved to Missoula, Montana, was in the third round of the spelling bee Wednesday when she spelled "Balaklava." But judges were looking for "balaclava."

91st annual Scripps National Spelling Bee

Reagan Remmers , of Missoula, Montana, is embraced by fellow competitor Pragya Choudhary of Canton, Michigan after Remmers was welcomed back into the third round. Despite misspelling his word, Ronald Walters of Onalaska, Wisconsin, is high-fived by his fellow competitors during the third round.

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