A light fire season means some big savings for Montana’s fire suppression fund. The state expects to spend about 19 million dollars on fighting fires each year recently, but Montana State Forester with the DNRC Bob Harrington says we’ve only barely dipped into the fund so far this year.
KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) — A family of grizzly bears that had eaten corn and carrots from a garden in the Creston area and was spotted walking through yards on several occasions has been captured and relocated to a remote area on the Flathead Indian Reservation.
No change of venue for the Markus Kaarma trial, Missoula County Public School students head back to their desks, and friends and family combine efforts to find a missing UM Student in this morning's headlines
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