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Should Your Dog Wear a Yellow Ribbon?
In past years yellow ribbons were used to commemorate soldiers away at war and could be seen on almost every street. They were tied to trees, fences, mailboxes and even cars. However, today that yellow ribbon has a new meaning. Yes, thanks to The Yellow Dog Project, you can now see yellow ribbons ti…
Hamilton School Superintendent Lists Safety Procedures
Hamilton School District Superintendent Tom Korst sent out a letter this week to parents, guardians and the public, outlining the safety programs in place in School District #3.
Korst emphasized that the district's emergency operations plan was developed and is fully in place, with partnership from t…
Tis the Season for Missoula House Fires
For the second time this month, I was scrambling to get out of my third story apartment in a panic. Both my neighbors and myself are dealing with an electrical malfunction (which seems unlikely, given that we reside in a brand new complex), or we have a derelict on our hands who finds it humorous to…
Is Your Car One of the 7 Million Toyota Is Recalling?
Toyota Motor Corporation announced on Wednesday that it will recall more than seven million vehicles to fix a power window issue that the manufacturer says could present a risk for fire.
According to a press release issued by the Japanese automaker, the voluntary recall is to inspect and apply specia…
Safety is Important for Area Motorcyclists
Each day, I notice more and more motorcyclists cruising the streets. It wouldn’t be a big deal if they always obeyed the rules of the road and were courteous to other drivers. Unfortunately, that has not been the case — at least in my experience...
Are Fair Rides Safe in Montana?
It’s fair season in Montana, and that means folks across the state are gearing up for a days-long overload of carnival games, fried food and, of course, rides.
But, as you turn the kids loose to get their thrills on attractions with names like the Zipper, the Scrambler and the Tilt-a-Whirl, you…
River Safety Tips from Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks [AUDIO]
After a 44 year-old Anaconda woman was drowned in the Blackfoot River on July 4th, authorities are reminding recreationists who are rafting or tubing on Western Montana rivers to use safety equipment and common sense. Vivaca Crowser is Public Education Coordinator for Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks…

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