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Past articles by Eve:

DEQ formally revokes Smurfit discharge permit

State officials are tying up loose ends regarding a litigated water discharge permit for the old Smurfit-Stone mill. → Read More

After the burn: Charred landscapes regenerate with a little help

SEELEY LAKE — We pause in the truck as the red fox crosses snow-covered Dunham Creek Road in front of us. It turns to stare boldly as we rumble past → Read More

It's all downhill: New alpine slides add to summer fun in Whitefish

WHITEFISH MOUNTAIN RESORT — Syd Ryerson issues the alpine slide commands like a motherly drill sergeant. → Read More

Nebulas no longer nebulous at Glacier Park

ST. MARY — Viewing the orange, turquoise and blue ghostly halo of the Ring Nebula was pretty cool for the group attending the recent celebration of the new astronomical observatory → Read More

Site hosts fundraiser for girl killed in Glacier rockfall

A GoFundMe account has been set up to cover the funeral costs for the 14-year-old Utah girl who died after a rockfall hit her family’s vehicle while on the Going-to-the-Sun → Read More

Enviro groups tout 'big win' in Montanore mining lawsuit

Montana illegally re-issued a water pollution discharge permit in 2004 for the proposed Montanore copper and silver mine under the Cabinet Mountains, according to a legal ruling that environmental groups → Read More

Mom sues state over son's treatment at Montana Developmental Center

On Oct. 3, 2014, Glen Marten was a resident at the Montana Developmental Center in Boulder, and completed his fourth 5K race with a time of 40 minutes. Less than → Read More

Groups seek payment for Montana pets held in criminal cases

Two years ago, Lincoln County spent $67,400 on 10 months' care of 53 poodles, six donkeys, 60 parakeets and three canaries that were part of a criminal case involving a → Read More

Gianforte bests Williams in race for Montana's only U.S. House seat

BOZEMAN — Republican incumbent Greg Gianforte appeared to have won re-election over Democrat Kathleen Williams Tuesday night in Montana's U.S. House race. → Read More

Gianforte pulls ahead of Williams in race for Montana's only U.S. House seat

BOZEMAN — Democrat Kathleen Williams held a razor-thin lead in Montana's U.S. House race in early returns, but the margin was tightening as results from conservative counties came in Tuesday → Read More

Fact checking President Trump and Matt Rosendale at their rally in Missoula

Tester summary on immigration can be summarized in two words – open borders: False. Tester has said repeatedly he favors part of the wall and more border security, and has met with Trump a few times on border security. Tester also has been pushing for more northern border security. Tester led the way against putting Rear Admiral Ronny Jackson in charge of the Veterans Administration: True.… → Read More

Missoula Democratic leaders not invited to, not attending Trump rally in their backyard

A few local luminaries won’t be on the dais with President Donald Trump when he visits Missoula Thursday for a campaign rally for Republican Matt Rosendale. → Read More

Following the money: Mining initiative illustrates diverse campaign tactics in Montana

Just looking at the dollar figures behind I-186, the initiative to add restrictions to mining permits, it appears the donations from proponents and opponents are neck and neck with about → Read More

Missoula's Moore mixes motherhood with adventure

Among the adult-size skis, backpacks and kayak equipment in Elizabeth Moore’s gear room are children’s ice skates, sleds and bedrolls. It’s a jumble of Moore’s former and current lives, memories → Read More

Infant found in the mountains released from hospital

Little new information is available on the infant who was rescued by law enforcement officials early Sunday morning, after the 5-month-old boy was found buried face-down under a loose pile → Read More

Fire risk 'underestimated' for Sperry Chalet, federal report finds

Fire managers “underestimated” the risk that the 2017 Sprague fire would burn the iconic Sperry Chalet, according to a report released Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Fears that Smurfit ponds may be leaking contaminants into Clark Fork prompt test requests

Concerns that a new "tea-colored" plume in the Clark Fork River may include contaminants from the old Smurfit-Stone holding ponds prompted Missoula County Commissioners to request water samples on Tuesday, → Read More

Ripple effects of flooding, snowmelt felt across western Montana

As floodwaters on the Clark Fork and Bitterroot rivers begin to climb again, the ripple effects of the record-high snowpack and spring rains are being felt across western Montana. → Read More

Helena woman among those alleging sexual harassment by Charlie Rose

A Montana woman is among 27 people now saying they were sexually harassed by former newsman Charlie Rose, as detailed in a lengthy investigation by The Washington Post published last → Read More

Back to work, everyone: The Glacier bear cam has gone black

It’s time to get back to work. → Read More