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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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Avian Flu Hits Montana Again, Killing at Least 50 Chickens

Just days after avian influenza was diagnosed in a domesticated gyrfalcon in the Flathead, authorities are reporting that chickens in the Judith Basin have been hit as well.

"This is a small flock, it was less than 100 birds in total," said Montana Department of Livestock Assistant State Veterinarian Tahnee Szymansk

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Forest road closure
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Logging Project Closes Roadway in Sapphire Mountains

A logging operation in the Stevensville Ranger District has shut down a roadway.

"We just want to let the public know that the Stevensville Ranger District has closed Forest Road 428, which is up in the Sapphire Mountains and is part of that three saddle stewardship project that has been going on for several months," said  Bitterroot National Forest Public Affairs Officer Todd McKay

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Engineers Describe Missoula City Managment as ‘Lax,’ Say Treatment Plant is ‘Inadequate’

Missoula may be trying to condemn Mountain Water Company, but testimony in court today was mostly about how well the city runs the things it is already responsible for.

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Rim Fire Continues to burn
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Montana Facing Above Average Fire Season in 2015, Expert Says

Experts are already predicting that Montana's fire danger this summer will be above average, and, in light of a recent history of rough fire seasons, those aren't words to take lightly. Forest Service Meteorologist Mike Richmond says for many parts of the state, the high fire risk began this week

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