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Free Tourism and Branding Workshop

The Montana Department of Commerce Office of Tourism is launching a tourism and brand workshop in the Bitterroot valley on Friday, February 3rd, 2012. The program is entitled "Coming Together to Expand Montana's Tourism Story" and is designed to help businesses market themselves and grab hold of vital tourism dollars.

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Missoulians Named to Boards and Councils

Over 50 Governor appointments to various boards and councils took place this week. Among the list of inductees are six Missoulians: Corey Fisher and Gary Frank will sit on the Future Fisheries Review panel, Ken Wall will sit on the Land Information Advisory Council, Lynn Harris will sit on the Board of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists, Drew Arnott will sit on the Telecommunication Access Services for Persons with Disabilities Committee, and Don Whalen will sit on the Trauma Care Committee.

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Heavy Snow, Freezing Rain to Hit Missoula Valley

Severe weather is on its way to Missoula and the surrounding area. General Forecaster for the National Weather Service, Jeff Kitsmiller explains what the local valleys can expect on Wednesday night and Thursday.

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Should the College of Technology Expand Over the U.M. Golf Course? [Poll]

About halfway through the show today, Talk Back listeners leveled their guns on the topic of the University of Montana's golf course. I have to admit that I don't have a strong opinion on this issue, so I would love to hear arguments from the audience on what should happen to the golf course

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Subdivision Law Clarified

Attorney General Steve Bullock has ruled that Montana's subdivision review law applies to all potential uses of a subdivision, not just those of a residential nature. Although, the current language of the law includes exemptions for the sale, rent, or lease of multiple parts of a building, Bullock's opinion clarifies that the exemptions are only good for a single building, not for multiple buildings.

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DOJ Seeks New Member for Tow Truck Committee

The Department of Justice is actively seeking a new member for the Tow Truck Complaint Resolution Committee.

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What is Your Opinion on Montana’s Hunting Regulations?

Time is running out to voice your opinion on next year's hunting regulations. Although the regulations won't be finalized until February 16th, all public comments have to be submitted before 5 P.M.

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Farm Service Agency to Host Important Public Meeting

The USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA) will host a public meeting to discuss the proposed consolidation of the Treasure County FSA Office. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday January 26 at 1:30 P.M. at the Community Center at 306 Rapelje Avenue in Hysham. This will be the only meeting held to take oral public comment on the consolidation plan.

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Missoula County Open House

The Missoula County Commissioners are throwing open the doors to the County's new administrative building on Thursday, January 19th from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. The Commissioners will lead tours through the building and are happy to offer cookies and coffee to all who come.

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photo courtesy of Chris Devers/Flickr
photo courtesy of Chris Devers/Flickr
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Where is all the Snow?

In just the last week, Montana lost 2 - 8% of its snow water equivalent because of the low rate of snowfall. The dry weather pattern is causing forecasters to predict below average stream flows for 2012. All of this could change, however, if a high-precipitation La Nina weather system begins to take hold.

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