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Missing Chance Geery Memorial Sword Returned by Student After River Search [AUDIO]

UPDATE: Saturday, January 18, 6:00 a.m.

News partners NBC Montana/KECI reported Friday afternoon, January 17, that a student returned the sword that was stolen from a memorial to the late Chance Geery. The student returned the sword after members of the Missoula City Fire Department spent over a hour in a fruitless search for the sword off the Higgins Street Bridge in the Clarl Fork River. No charges have yet been filed.

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Mullan Road Speed Limit Lowered From 45 to 35 Miles Per Hour [DOCUMENT]

After Chance Geery, 18, was killed by a distracted driver while walking on the sidewalk by Mullan Road on April 1, grieving family and friends appealed to the city of Missoula and other officials for a change in the speed limit from 45 to 35 miles per hour.

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Downtown Rally Calls for Justice for Chance Geery [AUDIO]

Dozens of people, some of who are friends and family of the late Chance Geery, gathered in front of the Missoula County Courthouse. They carried signs asking for justice for the young man who was killed on April 1 by a distracted driver while walking on the sidewalk along Mullan Road.

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Mullan Road Driver to Spend 30 Days of House Arrest – Fine Donated to Chance Geery Scholarship Fund [AUDIO]

Yoon Hee Cho, the woman whose distracted driving on April 1 led to the death of Hellgate High School student Chance Geery, was sentenced in Missoula Municipal Court on Thursday.

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Facebook Page – Rally to Seek Justice for Chance Geery After No Felony Charges Filed in His Death [AUDIO]

On April 1, Chance Geery, 18,  was struck and killed by a distracted driver, Yoon Hee Cho, 38, an assistant professor at the University of Montana. It was determined last week that no felony charges could be filed in the case.

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No Felony Charges Against Driver Who Struck and Killed Teenager on Mullan Road [AUDIO]

Missoula County Attorney Fred Van Valkenburg, in a Thursday afternoon news conference, announced there would be no felony offense his office can prosecute in the matter where Chance Geery, 18, was struck and killed while walking with his girlfriend on the sidewalk on Mullan Road on April 1.

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