The U.S. Secret Service and local police aren't commenting on a family of counterfeiters who are expected to have been in Missoula recently, attempting to use fake $ 20 bills at The Stone of Accord and The Traveler's Inn Motel.
After a year-long court battle over wanting to take a peek at some state documents, the Missoula Independent is stuck having to foot the bill for their court fees even though they won the right to look at the documents in question.
On Thursday, January 2, U.S. District Federal court judge Edward Lodge ruled against the city of Boise over a set of anti-solicitation laws. Lodge's ruling has shaken up legislation in cities with similar laws including Missoula.
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