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I met my beautiful wife Ruth in college and we were married in my junior year. It's been over ten years now, and in the interim we've had three lovely children: my daughter Naomi (6), and my two sons Elijah (3) and Isaiah (newborn). In my 32 years of living I've been attacked by a grizzly bear, worked as a teacher in Japan, managed a retail store, and somehow convinced the powers-that-be that I should be on the radio. I've been working with Peter for two years now and have been loving every minute of it.
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Montana Officials Accused of “Bias” and “Selective Enforcement” in Focusing on One Political Mailer but Not Others

After a controversial mailer triggered hundreds of complaints at the Montana Political Practices office for posing as an official "voter’s guide" from the Secretary of State’s office, a second mailer, sent by a group called the Montanan’s for Liberty and Justice has now come under scrutiny for some of the same reasons.

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The Merc
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Contractor Explains Initial Plans for Missoula’s Historic Mercantile Building

Missoula’s historic Mercantile Building is under contract and will soon be renovated after four years of lying dormant. Contractors Stephen Glenn and Dario Passalalpi of DMC Contractors are working together on the remodel. Passalalpi says the choice to work on “The Merc” was an easy one.

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Stanford and Dartmouth Mail Apology for Controversial Montana Mailers, “Violation of University Policy” Says Stanford

After a days-worth of negotiations between the Montana Political Practices Commissioner and legal council for the universities of Dartmouth and Stanford, a letter has been drafted and will be sent to 100,000 Montanans.

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Opening Weekend Brings More Hunters but Less Harvest, Blackfoot Elk Totals Surprisingly Low

Early reports indicated that this year’s hunting season was off to a slow start, but Regional Wildlife Manager Mike Thompson says that although the harvest was down, there were actually more hunters out and about during the first weekend of rifle season this year

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The Talk Back Weekly Line-Up, October 27 – 31

It's the week of Halloween, and we've got a set of frighteningly good Talk Back shows prepared for the final week of October. Mwahahahahaha.....

On Monday, we start things off with some open phones and a conversation with Elaine Willman author of Going to Pieces: Th

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