Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks will be hosting a series of public meetings around the state this month as a first step toward developing a long-term bison conservation and management
plan for the state. In west-central Montana, interested persons may attend the
meeting in Missoula, which will be held on May 14 from 6-9 p.m. at the Holiday
Inn, Downtown at the Park (200 S. Pattee).
At about 3 o’clock Thursday afternoon, an elderly woman mistook the gas pedal for the brake on her minivan, and crashed through the front window of the Orange Street Food Farm. The van took out a display of flowers outside the store, drove over a concrete pillar, crashed through the storefront windows, struck a checkout stand and demolished a large wine display.
On Saturday, May 12, 2012, Campbell Soup Company will join forces with the National
Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) to help Stamp Out Hunger in Montana
and across the country. Now in its 20th year, the annual food drive
has grown from a regional to a national effort that provides assistance to the
millions of Americans struggling to put food on the table.
Tregedy struck a Seeley Lake family on Friday when two year-old Pearl Butler drowned in Blodgett Creek, just a little over a hundred yards from her home. On Monday morning I spoke with Missoula County Sheriff’s Department Public Information Officer Jason Johnson about the drowning that occurred on Friday afternoon.
A spokesman for the United States Department of Education confirmed today that they have joined the Justice Department investigation into sexual assaults on the University of Montana campus. After Tuesday’s press conference with Thomas Perez of the Civil Rights Division, the Department of Education will add its weight to the inquiry.
Missoula County Sheriff’sDeputies, Search and Rescue, Missoula Rural Fire, East Missoula Fire and the
Highway Patrol were called at about 7 o’clock last night for a report of a
pickup truck submerged in the Clark Fork River near Bandman bridge.
A local business, Adair Jewelers is fighting back against a local campaign to pull Rush Limbaugh off KGVO Radio. Jim Adair says he has been contacted by a group upset over Limbaugh’s recent comments regarding a Geaorgetown University college student and contraception, what some groups are calling part of the ‘war on women’.
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