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Smart 9-1-1 Now Available In Missoula [AUDIO]

Missoula County the first in Montana with Smart911, providing more important information to emergency providers.

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Missoula County needs election judges
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A Little Short! More Election Judges Needed [AUDIO]

Election judges still needed...300 more!

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County Needs 600 Election Judges [AUDIO]

Missoula County needs 600 election judges.

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Does Missoula Need A 24 Hour Bathroom?

A resolution that prohibits camping and structures on missoula county property was passed wednesday on a majority vote by the county commissioners. During that meeting several community members sited the need for a 24 hour bathroom down town, which they claim would help alleviate sanitation issues near the courthouse. [AUDIO]

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Fire Danger Moved To Moderate [AUDIO]

Recent heavy rainfall and reduced temperatures have granted a relief  for wild land firefighters in Missoula County. Fire Prevention Coordinator, Cindy Super says the weather has  prompted fire officials with the Missoula County Fire Protection Association to move the fire danger to “Moderate” (My interview with Fire Prevention Coordinator, Cindy Super is attached below) Open burning in permitted in  Missoula County for those with a permit. To get

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Fire Danger Level Moved To Extreme In Missoula County [AUDIO]

 

In response to the continuing hot, dry weather conditions throughout Missoula, the Fire Protection Association raised the fire danger to EXTREME in all areas of the county Monday.This marks a move from VERY HIGH and is a measure of how dynamic Montana’s fire conditions are during the summer

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Fire Danger Moved To “High”

Fire officials with the Missoula County Fire Protection Association have moved the fire danger to “High” and will close open burning in Missoula County starting tomorrow. Fire prevention coordinator with the DNRC,  Cindy Super says despite receiving rain in parts of the county over the past week, grasses and small branches continue to dry out, causing the fire danger to rise

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 Moderate Fire Danger In Missoula

The fire danger level has been moved to “Moderate”  in Missoula county  by Fire officials with the Missoula County Fire Protection Association.  Fire Prevention Coordinator, Cindy Super says  this mean the fuels are starting to dry out.

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Flood Watch Issued For Clark Fork and Bitterroot Rivers

A flood watch has been issued for the weekend for The Clark Fork and Bitterroot Rivers. Forcaster with the NAtional Weather Service Mark Lefflebein says the warm weather is bringing the snow down into the rivers.

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Missoula County Compiles Information And Resources Related To Flooding

The Orchard Homes neighborhood has organized a meeting on Sunday, June 19th at 3:00 p.m. at the Orchard Homes County Life Center. Missoula County Sheriff Carl Ibsen will be on hand to answer questions and distribute packets of information. The packet includes water quality and mosquito control information, damage assessment forms, and contact information for agencies able to provide assistance.

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