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42nd Annual YMCA Riverbank Run Draws Thousands [VIDEO] [AUDIO]

Mayor John Engen sounded the starting gun in the 10k race, the opening salvo in the 42nd annual YMCA Riverbank Run.

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City Councilor Questions Whether Purchase of Mountain Water is Worth the Risk [AUDIO]

At a Missoula City Council meeting on Wednesday, February 12, council members and the public heard about the financial numbers involved in the purchase of the Mountain Water Company.

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UPDATE – City Councilman Resists Mayor’s Effort to Condemn Mountain Water [AUDIO]

UPDATE - Ward Two City Councilman Adam Hertz said on Tuesday, January 28, that he would have voted "no" to allow Mayor Jon Engen to offer $50 million for the Mountain Water Company, which would probably lead to condemnation.

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Outgoing Missoula Police Chief Says Official Goodbyes [AUDIO]

Outgoing Missoula Police Chief Mark Muir said his official goodbyes to well-wishers at a farewell coffee on Thursday, December 19 in the basement of city hall.

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Public Service Commissioner Cautions Missoula Mayor About Condemning Mountain Water Company [AUDIO]

On Wednesday, September 25, Missoula Mayor Jon Engen asked the Missoula City Council for an ordinance to begin the process of purchasing Mountain Water, through negotiations, or through the process of condemnation.

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Missoula Mayor Jon Engen Asks City Council for Ordinance to Purchase Mountain Water Company [AUDIO]

Missoula Mayor Jon Engen asked the city council on Wednesday afternoon, September 25, for a public hearing to enact an ordinance for the purpose of purchasing the Mountain Water Company from the Carlyle Infrastructure Group.

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Missoula United Way Day of Action is Friday [AUDIO]

Friday, June 21 is the longest day on the calendar, so the Missoula County United Way is using the opportunity for their annual Day of Action.

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Missoula Mayor Jon Engen Says City Will Pay Costs to Comply With Department of Justice Sexual Assault Compliance [AUDIO] [VIDEO]

Following a telephone based news conference in which the United States Attorney for the District of Montana Michael W. Cotter, Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division Roy L. Austin Jr., Missoula Mayor John Engen, and Missoula Police Chief Mark Muir announced a settlement with the City of Missoula and the Missoula Police Department, Mayor Jon Engen met with the media to answer more questions.

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Missoula City Council Recognizes Soverignty of Salish and Kootenai Tribes at Special Meeting [AUDIO]

At a special Committee of the Whole on Monday, the Missoula City Council held a joint meeting with leadership from the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes to proclaim May 13, 2013 as Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes Day.

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City of Missoula Names Mike Haynes as New Development Services Director [AUDIO]

City of Missoula hires Great Falls city planner as Development Services Director

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