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Graduation Matters Celebrates Five Years – Executive Regional Director Says Program Has Paid Off

Missoula’s Graduation Matters program is celebrating its five year anniversary this month and officials expect Mayor John Engen to declare March as Graduation Matters Missoula Month.

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Photo courtesy of Joe Raedle / Staff
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Why We Spring Forward on the Second Sunday of March

On Sunday, March 8, it's time to "spring forward" and set your clocks forward an hour. It's a proud tradition that goes back all the way to 2007. Well, at least that's when we started adjusting our clocks on the second Sunday of March

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National Weather Service Says ‘It’s Spring’! [YouTube]

Old Man Winter..is in the rear view mirror, according to the National Weather Service office in Missoula. 

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Dust Abatement Deadline Approaching – Any County Road Qualifies, Engineer Says

The Missoula County Public Works Department started inviting Missoula citizens to take part in a dust abatement program.

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Childhood Injuries The Leading Cause Of Death In U.S. [YouTube]

This was the ad from Nationwide that caused such controversy during the Super Bowl. It highlights the possible dangers to children that are present in every home.

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Photo courtesy of Jon King
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Missoula County Public School Nurse Explains Lice Policy

This week, NBC Montana reported that a family had pulled out of Franklin Elementary after having to deal with head lice fourteen times in the past two years. MCPS Health Services Supervisor Linda Simon says some parents think the school system should shift to a No e

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County Settles Discrimination And Right To Privacy Claims By Female Deputy Against Sheriff’s Office [YouTube]

Missoula County recently settled a discrimination and right to privacy claim involving allegations made by deputy Rebecca Birket with the Missoula County Sheriff's Office from events that occurred in 2012, while Carl Ibsen was sheriff.

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Senate Fails to Override Veto on Keystone XL, Senator Daines Comments

The U.S. Senate could not muster enough votes to override President Obama’s Veto on the Keystone XL pipeline today. Senator Steve Daines tried to rally votes, accusing the president of political games.

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State Class ‘C’ Girls Basketball Tournament In Missoula Thursday Through Saturday [YouTube]

For the first time in 11 years, Missoula is hosting a state high school basketball tournament this Thursday through Saturday. 

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23rd Avenue Reopened, Blockade Ends Peacefully

Update: As of about 1:30 p.m., a police blockade on 23rd avenue has ended. According to Missoula Police Public Information Officer Travis Welsh, there were no arrests and no signs of a threat to the public.

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