The Missoula County Sheriff’s Department and over 40 volunteers conducted a search of the rugged terrain outside Lolo Wednesday morning to search for any sign of federal fugitive David Burgert. Missoula County Sheriff’s Department Public Information Officer Jason Johnson says no sign of the man wanted for attempted deliberate homicide was found. Authorities chose this day, because a more exhaustive search was not deemed safe immediately following the incident. A year has gone by, and searchers were able to canvass the area without being put in danger by an escaped fugitive.
23 year-old Vincent Segovia and his mother, 46 year-old Nancy Butcher were both charged in Missoula Justice Court Monday afternoon with parenting interference after taking a two week-old baby from her mother’s home in Missoula last week and taking the child to Kalispell.
26 year-old Rance Hertz-Cimino was charged Monday afternoon in Missoula Justice Court with felony assault with a weapon and attempted bribery, also a felony, after allegedly pointing a gun at the driver of another vehicle on Sunday morning on Highway 93 between Lolo and Florence. The other driver called 9-1-1 to report the incident.
Missoula City Fire was dispatched to a structure fire at 938 West Pine Street at about 7:15 Monday morning. Three engines, one ladder truck company and the on-duty battalion chief responded, along with units from Missoula City Police and an ambulance from Missoula Emergency Services.
As of Sunday night, there seems to be some question as to whether or not the scheduled second debate between incumbent Senator Jon Tester and his Republican challenger Denny Rehberg on Sunday, June 24th at the Montana Broadcasters Association convention in Whitefish will take place. A
On March 12th, University of Montana Dean of Students Charles Couture announced his retirement. Just this week, two more officials in President Royce Engstrom’s cabinet have announced their retirement. Vice President Bob Duringer, and today, the chief legal counsel for the University, David Aronofsky, announced his retirement at the end of the year. It remains to be seen what the status of Jim Foley, Vice President of External Affairs might be. Efforts to reach Foley have been unsuccessful, with his secretary saying Foley is taking personal time off.
Saturday from 11 am to 3 pm, the public is invited to A Carousel for Missoula for the first ever Griz Day. A special project by Grizzly football player Jacob Haas, Griz Day will feature over 10 Griz football players who will be on hand to meet and greet kids and parents, sign autographs and hang out with fans.
Starting this week, MCPS will be serving a free lunch for any child 18 and under at five District One schools. The children do not have to be enrolled in school, and the lunches are served from 11 am till 1 pm every weekday.The schools are Franklin, Hawthorne, Lowell, C. M. Russell, and Chief Charlo.
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