Despite the recent studies about the health issues caused by "vaping," it's popularity is growing rapidly. Companies are creating new products that hit the shelves weekly, designed to provide nicotine in a way that doesn't require tobacco.
The push for legal Psilocybin for medical purposes has hit an all time high. Mushrooms have been known to treat addiction, PTSD, anxiety, seizures, and a myriad of other disorders.
As the reconstruction of the Missoula Mercantile has neared completion, workers from the demolition team have come to light with photos found in the depths of the old basement.
The fires in California have grown exponentially and destroyed entire cities in the past week. Coming in short of Federal funding, the firefighters are losing an uphill battle against the raging inferno.
Chronic waisting disease has hit Colorado hard and bluntly, but farmers are fighting back to protect their most prized new crop, marijuana.
The fear of being targeted with a mail bomb is at an all-time high since 1996 when Montana resident Ted Kaczynski was sending explosive packages around the country.
It's been a long run since LBJ passed his amendment that prevents churches and other 501(c)(3) nonprofits from jamming political agenda down people's throats. The law was passed because people blindly follow a church in the name of faith.
President Trump recently became one of nineteen Presidents of the United States to visit Montana. Some have come to visit the beautiful wilderness, some have come to give speeches. Trump came to endorse Republican candidate Matt Rosendale.
Last month, the city of Missoula was faced with a budget crisis. Bush-league mayor John Engen proposed they dip into a reserve fund to help pay for raises for the council, himself, and a few other squandering projects he has in mind.
As social media gains momentum, more people are finding themselves being seen by eyes they have never thought of. Technology is pushing the paces for this hunt, and phones are becoming more powerful.