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Prescription Drug Safety Awareness Campaign Debuts in Missoula [AUDIO]

The Missoula Forum for Children and Youth, in partnership with Missoula Underage Substance Abuse Prevention have launched a new public service awareness campaign.

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Chemical Explosion Injures Worker at Former Smurfit-Stone Plant in Frenchtown [AUDIO]

An unidentified worker was injured early Monday morning by a small chemical explosion at the former Smurfit-Stone facility in Frenchtown.

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Diabetes, Teen Dating and Federal Lands, are Just Some of This Week’s Topics on Talk Back [Sept. 8 - 12]

Talk Back is back, and it's time to get crazy! We've got an odd assortment of topics for the week... but I guess, by now, that's pretty normal. Here's what's on the menu:

On Monday, we will start off the week with a discussion about diabetes research and treatment with Missoula-area PhD

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Missing Missoula Man Found Dead in Blodgett Canyon

Ravalli County Sheriff/Coroner Chris Hoffman reports that Ryan Silsby, the 25 year old Missoula resident who has been missing since August 17th, has been located and is deceased.

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Missoula City Councilor Slams Mayor – Council For Mountain Water Cost Overruns [AUDIO]

Ward Two City Councilor Adam Hertz said on Sunday that Mayor John Engen and the Missoula City Council bear the responsibility for increased taxes or eventual higher rates once the Mountain Water lawsuit is decided. 

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Increased Enrollment Results in ‘Leveling’ by MCPS Elementary Schools [AUDIO]

Officials at Missoula County Public Schools are reporting a rise in enrollment with the start of the 2014-2015 school year.

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Public Asked to Assist in Search for Missing Hiker Ryan Silsby

Ryan Silsby went camping in the woods outside Hamilton more than two weeks ago and hasn't been seen since. Ryan is a 25-year-old from Missoula.

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UM Quarterback Jordan Johnson Injured – Out For Central Washington Game

Walter Payton Award candidate Jordan Johnson will not play for the Montana Grizzlies in Saturday's game against Central Washington University.

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Missoula County Public Schools Superintendent Reassigns Sentinel Administrators [AUDIO]

Missoula County Public Schools Superintendent Alex Apostle has shuffled administrative staff at local high schools to cover the misbehavior of the principal and vice principal at Sentinel High School.

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University of Montana Mansfield Center to Celebrate 50th Anniversary of Wilderness Act

When the U.S. Congress passed the Wilderness Act in 1964, it created a legal and ethical imperative to preserve wilderness as a public good. Now, 50 years later, the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center at the University of Montana will host a conference that celebrates the work done to fulfill that imperative and that considers the future challenges and controversies facing wilderness.

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