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Flood in Linda Vista
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Flooding in Ravalli and Missoula: Where to Get Free Sandbags

Snow mixed with rain has caused flooding in both Missoula and Ravalli counties, but some areas are suffering worse than others.

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Flooding in Victor
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State Insurance Commissioner – Buy Flood Insurance Now [AUDIO]

Now that February's record snows are melting fast, the time to purchase flood insurance is now.

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Snowpack Way Above Normal, Rain and Snow Will Bring Flooding

Yesterday, March 5, members of the National Weather Service were in Florence to view the runoff of snowmelt that is cascading through the streets and pooling throughout town.

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Bull Elks In Yellowstone National Park
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Communities Near Yellowstone National Park Lost $15.7M In Visitor Spending, THANKS Government Shutdown

Monday's report from the National Park Service estimated that communities near Yellowstone National Park lost $15.7 million in visitor spending and communities around Glacier National Park lost $2

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SuzAnne Miller
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Missoula County Loses Dunrovin Ranch Case, Judge Declares Charges Were “Frivolous” and “Pursued in Bad Faith”

A stinging decision by District Court Judge Edward McLean found that Missoula County pursued a "frivolous" lawsuit against the owners of the Dunrovin Ranch and acted "in bad faith."

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22 Mar 2001:  Gregory Petrics #36 jumps in the Men's Downhill Event during the US Alpine Championships at Big Mountain in Whitefish, Montana.Mandatory Credit: Adam Pretty/AUS  /Allsport (Getty Images)
22 Mar 2001: Gregory Petrics #36 jumps in the Men's Downhill Event during the US Alpine Championships at Big Mountain in Whitefish, Montana.Mandatory Credit: Adam Pretty/AUS /Allsport (Getty Images)
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Why In The World Do We Live In Montana?

Montana. It’s a place where people say, “Wow,” if they hear you are going there for some reason. No one says that if you tell them you’re going to Iowa.

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Blizzard Hits Missoula Hard, Century Old Record May be Shattered

Overnight, on the last day of the month, Missoula received a substantial amount of snow and is extremely close to breaking the all-time February record.

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Photo courtesy of Hanna Minsky
Photo courtesy of Hanna Minsky
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University of Montana Enrollment Drops by 971 Students, Decline “Expected”

The University of Montana released its 2014 spring enrollment numbers today, February 27, and are reporting total enrollment of 13,544 students, a decrease of 971 students from last fall. 

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57 Northwest Indian Tribes Voice Opposition to Legalizing Marijuana [AUDIO]

The Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians has announced its opposition to the legalization of marijuana.

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Photo courtesy of Gasbuddy.com
Photo courtesy of Gasbuddy.com
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Montana Gasoline Prices Lower Than Nation, But Higher than Last Year

Nationwide gasoline prices have been climbing for 20 straight days now, and although Montana enjoys the cheapest prices in the country, it is one of the few states experiencing higher prices than last year.

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