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Milwaukee Depot stands tall, but no longer a rail stop

Milwaukee Depot stands tall, but no longer a rail stop

While rail line passengers no longer use the old Milwaukee Depot, its two brick towers still jut into the Missoula skyline and mark the edge of the Clark Fork River in downtown.

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Report: Half of Montana highway fatalities weren't wearing seatbelts

In more than half of the fatal car crashes on Montana roadways in 2013, the deceased were not wearing seatbelts.

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300 tickets available for Missoula McCartney concert

300 tickets available for Missoula McCartney concert

MISSOULA — An extra 300 seats have opened up for Paul McCartney’s much-anticipated performance at Washington-Grizzly Stadium on Tuesday.

August 01, 2014 7:26 pm Photos

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Moose spotted in Missoula neighborhood

Moose spotted in Missoula neighborhood

MISSOULA — A moose wandered into the lower Rattlesnake neighborhood Wednesday morning, an unusual urban wildlife sighting for Missoula residents more accustomed to deer, bears and raccoons – even elk.

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Frenchtown 10-year-old's stir-fry recipe earns her lunch with first lady

Frenchtown 10-year-old's stir-fry recipe earns her lunch with first lady

FRENCHTOWN — A Frenchtown youngster’s tofu stir-fry earned her a trip to the nation’s capital and lunch with the first lady.

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Storms cut search for missing Flathead Lake kayaker Wednesday

Storms cut search for missing Flathead Lake kayaker Wednesday

POLSON – Expected severe thunderstorms cut short Wednesday’s search efforts on Flathead Lake for a Polson doctor missing since Saturday.

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Kayak found in Flathead Lake; crews narrow search for missing Polson doctor

Kayak found in Flathead Lake; crews narrow search for missing Polson doctor

POLSON – The kayak of a Polson doctor missing on Flathead Lake since Saturday may have been found as early as Saturday afternoon, and new information about the kayak’s location has helped searchers narrow their scope.

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Montana's child well-being rankings down over last year

Montana's child well-being rankings down over last year

Montana fared worse this year than last in terms of child well-being and remains last when it comes to children’s health rankings, according to the new National Kids Count Data Book.

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Schafer Meadows

Schafer Meadows

A plane approaches Montana’s only wilderness airstrip at Schafer Meadows. Aircraft shuttle people and gear to the popular whitewater rafting area during peak season on the wild Middle Fork of the Flathead River, which typically runs from Memorial Day to the Fourth of July.

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Schafer Meadows: Fly in, float out of Great Bear Wilderness

Schafer Meadows: Fly in, float out of Great Bear Wilderness

Pilots often make multiple approaches at Montana’s only wilderness airstrip to avoid elk, deer and other wildlife grazing in their flight path.

July 17, 2014 6:00 am Photos

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Montana Natural History Center finishes work on two-year renovation project

MISSOULA — After beginning in a University of Montana basement more than 20 years ago, the Montana Natural History Center has completed work on its Hickory Street building that will serve the organization’s space needs well into the future.

June 03, 2014 5:19 pmLoading…
Missoula boy who had brain surgery at age 2 raises $1K for children's shelter

Missoula boy who had brain surgery at age 2 raises $1K for children's shelter

MISSOULA — Several years ago, Zane Goicovich and his family needed help from the community when he underwent brain surgery. Now, the 8-and-a-half-year-old is returning the favor by raising more than $1,000 for Watson Children’s Shelter through Bike for Shelter.

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Woman dies after being pulled from Missoula house fire

A 67-year-old Missoula woman died late Sunday from injuries sustained in a house fire that likely was caused by cigarette smoking.

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New website helps meet basic needs of Missoula students

A new website is helping connect community members and Missoula students who need help meeting basic needs such as shoes and winter gear.

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Student shot in Missoula remembered as generous soccer fanatic

Student shot in Missoula remembered as generous soccer fanatic

MISSOULA — Diren Dede was genuine, generous and a good friend, several Big Sky High School students and soccer teammates shared Monday.

April 29, 2014 7:58 am Photos

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Missoula hospital to add OB, newborn, pediatric services

MISSOULA — Providence St. Patrick Hospital will begin offering comprehensive women’s and children’s services – including a neonatal intensive care unit – as early as 2015, the hospital announced Monday.

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Community Medical Center will be 5th for-profit hospital in Montana

MISSOULA — If a deal between Billings Clinic and RegionalCare Hospital Partners to purchase Community Medical Center is approved after a monthslong regulatory process, the Missoula hospital will become one of nearly 1,070 for-profit hospitals nationwide.

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Missoula County Public Schools to consider raising rental rates for facilities

Facility rental rates at Missoula County Public Schools locations could go up by fall, and a committee has been formed to decide by how much.

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Sister of worker killed in Missoula fire asks prosecutor to review case

Sister of worker killed in Missoula fire asks prosecutor to review case

MISSOULA — The Missoula County attorney is reviewing the death of an auto shop worker in a workplace fire last summer to determine if criminal charges are warranted.

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Arlee superintendent running for MCPS trustee seat

Arlee Schools Superintendent George Linthicum is one of nine candidates for the Missoula County Public Schools Board of Trustees.

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Missoula medical center to merge with Billings Clinic

Missoula medical center to merge with Billings Clinic

MISSOULA — Billings Clinic and Regional Care Hospital Partners will purchase Community Medical Center, which will become a for-profit hospital.

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Prosecutors urge judge to deny bride's last-minute plea change

Prosecutors urge judge to deny bride's last-minute plea change

On the eve of her sentencing for the murder of her husband, federal prosecutors asked a judge Wednesday to deny a Kalispell newlywed’s request to withdraw her guilty plea. Jordan Linn Graham pleaded guilty to second-degree murder near the conclusion of her murder trial last December, admitti…

March 27, 2014 5:30 am Photos

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No candidates yet for three open seats on MCPS Board of Trustees

As of Monday afternoon – and with the filing deadline Thursday – no one had filed for any of three open seats on the Missoula County Public Schools Board of Trustees in the May 6 election.

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Frenchtown student suspended, cited in youth court for bomb threats

Frenchtown student suspended, cited in youth court for bomb threats

FRENCHTOWN — A Frenchtown Junior High student was suspended and cited for criminal mischief and disorderly conduct Monday after administrators determined he was responsible for multiple bomb threats at the school.

March 24, 2014 5:17 pmLoading…
Attorneys: Newlywed must show remorse at murder sentencing

Attorneys: Newlywed must show remorse at murder sentencing

MISSOULA — Does pushing your husband off a cliff to his death warrant serving life in prison? Or 10 years? Or somewhere in between?

March 24, 2014 9:59 am Photos

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Attorneys: Newlywed must show remorse at murder sentencing

Attorneys: Newlywed must show remorse at murder sentencing

Does pushing your husband off a cliff to his death warrant serving life in prison? Or 10 years? Or somewhere in between? On Thursday, U.S. District Judge Donald Molloy must decide what punishment is fitting for Jordan Graham, who pushed her husband off a cliff in Glacier National Park last s…

March 24, 2014 6:00 am Photos

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Newlywed murder case unusual for federal court; sentencing is Thursday

Newlywed murder case unusual for federal court; sentencing is Thursday

MISSOULA — Does pushing your husband off a cliff to his death warrant serving life in prison? Or 10 years? Or somewhere in between?

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Boy buried in Jumbo avalanche tried to 'lick, bite' way out

Boy buried in Jumbo avalanche tried to 'lick, bite' way out

MISSOULA — A week after an avalanche buried him in his Missoula backyard, 8-year-old Phoenix Scoles-Coburn appeared on the “Today” show in New York on Friday.

March 07, 2014 12:26 pm Photos

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Most MCPS schools won't have to make up missed days

Most MCPS schools won't have to make up missed days

Missoula County Public Schools took an unusual step and closed schools Friday and Monday due to winter weather, but most schools won’t have to make up the lost time.

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Planes fly amid Missoula blizzard, coffee and cross-country skis hot items

Planes fly amid Missoula blizzard, coffee and cross-country skis hot items

Despite Friday’s blizzard conditions, it was business as usual most of the day at the Missoula International Airport.

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For western Montana ranchers, blizzard complicates calving

For western Montana ranchers, blizzard complicates calving

If he had known how nice January was going to be, he would have let the bull in with the cows a month earlier, Dick Mangan said Friday as he watched the blizzard conditions outside his dining room window on Kona Ranch Road.

February 28, 2014 8:15 pm Photos

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