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Clark Fork Kayaker
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Clark Fork River Flows Lower than Normal – Less Rapids and a Decline in Water Recreation

Water flows are flowing less than half the volume normally seen on the Clark Fork River waterways in Missoula and they are putting a huge damper on river recreation, including floating and kayaking--even surfing for some in western Montana.

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City Officials To Go After Businesses To Reduce ‘Sign Clutter’ [YouTube]

Complaints about signage are coming in to the City of Missoula from both citizens and businesses.

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Sheriff’s Office Searching For Theft Suspect [PHOTOS]

The Missoula County Sheriff's Office is searching for a suspect in a recent theft.

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Cool Rainy Weather Coming – Mountain Snow Possible [YouTube]

A major change in the weather is coming to northwest Montana.

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Lightning Caused Fire Reported on Blue Mountain [YouTube]

Fire Information Officer for Lolo National Forest Boyd Hartwig told KGVO News that a new fire was spotted Thursday afternoon on the Missoula Ranger District.

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University of Montana Research Wins NFL Cash to Study Brain Trauma

Two University of Montana professors are getting help from the NFL and General Electric to continue their research into bio-markers that may be used to gauge the intensity of a brain injury in humans.

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Image courtesy of depotmissoula.com
Image courtesy of depotmissoula.com
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Western Montana Restaurants Earn Wine Spectator Awards

Western Montana has been honored in the August 31 issue of Wine Spectator and their 2015 Restaurant Awards.

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‘Missoula Things You Need To Know’ – Front Row Tickets to Gabriel Iglesias

Time now for 'Missoula Things You Need to Know.'

All week long we have been giving away tickets to Gabriel Iglesias! We are down to the final chance to win your way into the FRONT ROW. Make sure to hit this link today to win tomorrow and push play for even more info...

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Glacier Fire
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Glacier Fire Held at 4,000 Acres Burnt Down Historic Baring Creek Cabin

 

The Reynolds Creek Fire burning on the east side of Glacier National Park has expanded rapidly over the last three and a half days to over 4,000 acres in size.

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Photo Courtesy of Jon King
Photo Courtesy of Jon King
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Missoula Exotic Animal Ban Would Mean “Most Likely No Circus,” Says Shrine Circus Chairman

In August, the Missoula city council will vote on a new ordinance that could ban the showing of exotic animals at circus acts in Missoula.

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