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Montana Firefighter Who Had Gear Stolen has “Nothing Good to Say” about Seattle Police Department

Seeley Lake area volunteer firefighters Sean Ellinghouse and his wife Kristy Pohlman competed in the Scott Firefighter Stairclimb in Seattle over the weekend. The event is a charity to raise money to fight leukemia and lymphoma, but it appears someone was not in a charitable mood.

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Water Works
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Missoula Peace Sign Vandals Damaged Extremely Rare Plant

A new, nearly two-acre peace sign carved into the dirt of Missoula’s Waterworks hill destroyed an extremely rare plant that grows nowhere else.

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Photo courtesy of Jon King
Photo courtesy of Jon King
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Missoula County Public School Nurse Explains Lice Policy

This week, NBC Montana reported that a family had pulled out of Franklin Elementary after having to deal with head lice fourteen times in the past two years. MCPS Health Services Supervisor Linda Simon says some parents think the school system should shift to a No e

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Mountain Water
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Mountain Water Employees Say “No” to City Employment, Accuse City Attorneys of Breaking the Law

During Missoula City Council’s Meeting of the Whole on Wednesday, February 18, city attorneys revealed information about the mediation between the city and Mountain Water Company.

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Alex Apostle
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Missoula Superintendent Addresses Declining Graduation Rates at Hellgate and Big Sky

Nearly all of Missoula County AA Public High Schools have a better graduation rate than the state-wide average, but that was not true for Hellgate High school in 2014. State statistics show that both Hellgate and Big Sky saw a drop in their graduation rate, while the other high schools in the area improved

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Zeus McClurkin
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Harlem Globetrotters Seeking Military Hometown Hero in Missoula

The Harlem Globetrotters will be playing in Missoula soon, and today, February 17, Zeus McClurkin was in town spinning a camouflage basketball and trying to spread the word about the Globetrotter’s search for a hometown military hero.

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Airport
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Missoula Airport Round-Trip Fares Dip Below National Average

For the first time in a long time, the Bureau of Transportation Statistics says the average round-trip fare at the Missoula International Airport is lower than the national average.

"It's been a while since we've been below the national average, so this is a nice trend that we've started," said Missoula International Airport Deputy Director Brian Ellestad

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Photo courtesy of Bill Burt
Photo courtesy of Bill Burt
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U.S. Highway 12 Closed After Boulder Crashes Down

A giant boulder crashed down on U.S. Highway 12 at about 5:00 a.m. Tuesday morning, February 10, causing so much instability that the Montana Department of Transportation has decided to close the highway.

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Leads Online
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Missoula Pawn Shop Chooses Not to Comply With New City Ordinance

Last August, Missoula city council changed the reporting requirements for area Pawn shops. Now, some pawn shop owners are involved in a legal fight with the city, arguing that the ordinance is an invasion of privacy and that the private company, Leads Online, has no right to store their customer’s information.

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Photo courtesy of Joe Raedle/Getty Images
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Missoula Prepares for First Measles Epidemic in 20 Years

A measles outbreak that appears to have started at Disneyland in California has spread north, and has now been diagnosed in at least one state bordering Montana.

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