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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 Secretary of State Says “People Don’t Crossover” to Vote in Primaries

Montana Republicans are working to close their primary to help prevent crossover democrats from influencing their elections, but current Montana Secretary of State Linda McCulloch, a Democrat, thinks things should stay the way they are.

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Neighbor Describes Markus Kaarma Road Rage Incident on Day of Diren Dede Shooting

A neighbor of Markus Kaarma claims that she had a road rage altercation with the man who is currently headed to trial for the shooting death of foreign exchange student Diren Dede, and that the incident happened just hours before the shooting occurred.

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Warm Weather Brings Theft Spree to Western Montana, Detectives Investigating Multiple Cases

Warm weather has triggered a bit of crime spree in western Montana. Paige Pavalone says there has been a notable spike in the number of robberies. On Monday night, someone absconded with nearly six thousand dollars from the Ice Cream Place in Seely Lake.

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Hacking at Montana DPHHS Puts Information of 1.3 Million at Risk

Earlier this year, the Montana Department of Health and Human Services (DPHHS) was hacked and the social security numbers and personal information of a large number of Montanans was put at risk. Director of Montana DPHHS Richard Opper says that an intense investigation has revealed some good news.

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