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TODAY, National Pancake Day: Visit IHOP Support Shodair Children’s Hospital

It's National Pancake Day! And once again IHOP is giving away FREE pancakes... For every 'short stack' you enjoy, you're invited to make a voluntary donation to Shodair Children's Hospital.

This morning Miss Montana, Sheridan Pope, and Tom Figarelle stopped by to remind us all of this wonderful fundraising effort

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Missoula Snow Time Lapse Of Last Bizzard [VIDEO]

Missoula got more snow than Bozeman in our last blizzard this past week. This is a very thoughtful and clear time lapse of how and when they got snow.

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Former Gurkhas To Recieve Same Personal Pension as British Soldiers
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The ‘Warm Place’ Of The Week For March 03, Pokhara, Nepal [VIDEO]

I never had the chance to visit Pokhara as my visa was about to expire and I had to leave the country... But it remains on my list of places to visit!

Here's come basic information:

  • March avg high: 72F/22C
  • March avg low: 50F/10C
  • March avg precip: 1.2″/3.0cm

It’s stil

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Gallatin County Sheriff’s Winter Weekend Activity Summary

 

Since Friday night the Sheriff’s Office has responded to over 250 calls, of those 90 were related to the winter storm.  Throughout the County Deputies responded to vehicle crashes, abandoned, stuck vehicles, requests for welfare checks and rescued injured snowmobilers. Dep

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50-Foot-Tall Snowman Almost Makes Freezing Winter Worth It [VIDEO]

The only thing piling up faster than the snow this winter is the amount of effort it took for this creation to be made.

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Kids Using Rotary Phone Are Really Quite Funny [VIDEO]

Sure, it seems like every kid these days knows how to use a cell phone before they can even walk, but there are some simpler devices that leave them utterly perplexed.

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Gallatin County Road Department: Limit Traffic To Essential Travel Only

The road department advises that some roads in the county are hazardous due to drifted snow. The road department is working to clear as much as they can but there are some roads that may not get cleared today

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UPDATE – Emergency Crews Clear Avalanche Scene – Elderly Couple Identified

UPDATE - Missoula Police Department Public Information Officer Travis Welsh issued a press release at about 2:00 a.m. on Saturday, March 1.

Avalanche Update; Saturday March 1, 2014

As of 2:00AM this morning, emergency crews have cleared from the scene of the avalanche. Power lines have been secured, and the gas lines have been capped. There is no information currently available regarding the medical condition of the three persons rescued, they remain hospitalized. There is continued concern that the unstable snow conditions in the Missoula Valley may produce other slides and citizens are advised to stay out of closed areas.

Detectives have conducted interviews in an investigative effort to determine if the avalanche was caused by human activity, however at this time no determination has been made. Those efforts are continuing. Anyone with information as to the cause of the slide is asked to contact Detective Dean Chrestenson at (406) 552-6705, or Detective Guy Baker at (406) 552-6284. You may also call Missoula Crime-Stoppers at (406) 721-4444.

Our news partners at NBC Montana-KECI-TV have identified the elderly couple as Fred Allendorf and his wife, Michel Jo Colville. They were listed in critical condition Friday night at St. Patrick hospital. On Saturday morning, the hospital upgraded Allendorf to serious condition.

The identity and condition of the eight year-old boy injured in the slide are still unknown.

UPDATE - Paige Pavalone with the Missoula County Sheriff's Office confirmed at 7:30 p.m. that all three victims of Friday afternoon's Rattlesnake area avalanche have been recovered, and all are alive.

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Yellowstone National Park Recruiting for 2014 Youth Conservation Corps Program

The Yellowstone National Park 2014 Youth Conservation Corps program is recruiting for this upcoming summer and YCC is asking all interested youth between the ages of 15 and 18 to apply!

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Because They’re Not Annoying Enough Already, Hipsters Are Now Getting Beard Transplants

In the latest of strange hipster crazes next to Che Guevara worship, hipsters have started to fork over thousands of dollars for the sake of facial hair transplants.

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