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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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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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Coalition of Large Tribes Pushes for Transportation, Law Enforcement Funding in Federal Budget

The Coalition of Large Tribes, or COLT, is an advocacy group composed of members from large Indian tribes from across the United States and is currently chaired by Darrin Old Coyote from the Crow tribe in Montana.

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Downturn In Oil Prices Rattles Texas Oil Economy
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Gas Prices Slowly Rise in Montana While Diesel Drops

Gas prices are still rising in Montana, but at an extremely slow rate says gasbuddy.com Petroleum Analyst Patrick Dehaan.

"It was a quiet week for prices in Montana, inching forward by about a penny in the last week," said Dehaan. "Prices currently stand at $2.26 a ga

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Missoula has “No Compelling Economic Argument for Public Ownership,” says Famed Economist

One of the most prominent economists alive was in Missoula today, March 30, testifying in the Mountain Water Condemnation trial. Economist Arthur Laffer, whose name became a household reference during the 80s with the “Laffer Curve” and supply side economics, offered up this analysis on the Mountain Water case.

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