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Missoula City Council Members Discuss Adding Salish to Signs on Columbus Day

While many city and state employees were taking the day off for Columbus Day, some Missoula city council members were busy trying to improve the cultural relationship the city shares with the Salish-Kootenai tribe in St. Ignatius.

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Two Suspects Sought For Theft, Purchasing iPad In Missoula on Stolen Credit Cards

Missoula County authorities are attempting to track down the two men featured in the photo above as suspects in a local theft case. 

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EBT Cards Still Working in Montana Despite Federal Glitch

A glitch in a federal government system made it impossible for many Americans to use their EBT (food stamp) cards over the weekend, but according to local shop owners, Missoulians didn't seem to experience any troubles at all.

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Update – Name Released of Missoula Man Who Died While Fishing on the Clark Fork River [AUDIO]

Authorities say a Missoula man, George Lee Meltzer, 64 died while fishing the Clark Fork River near Milltown.

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Missoula’s City Life Center in Jeopardy, Needs $47,000 in Less Than 48 Hours

Update October 11: After given a brief extension, the City Life Community Center is now just hours away from running out of time to reduce their mortgage so that they can refinance. According to the center's director, Brent Gyuricza, after raising over $700,000, they still need to raise $47,000 before Sunday to keep the building afloat.

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Missoula Deer Deaths Likely Caused by Disease Never Seen in Missoula Before

Early reports of otherwise healthy deer falling over dead in Missoula began pouring in to Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks officials around mid-September. Since then, more than 400 whitetail deer carcasses have been found in Missoula, and now authorities have proof of what likely led to the die-off.

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Police Seeking Information on Missoula Conveniance Store Robbery Suspect

Missoula police detectives are asking for the public's help in identifying a suspect of a robbery that occurred just before midnight at a Brooks Street convenience store on September 26, 2013.

An image (see photo above) of the suspect entering the store was captured by an in-store security camera just before the robbery took place

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What is Your Favorite Type of Sandal?

Missoula's a sandal town. We've got trails, rivers, and parks that render shoes useless -unless it's winter. Although, some diehard sandal-wearers have been known to sport the straps in January.

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Health Insurance Exchange Website Not Working for Many Montanans

The Affordable Care Act (commonly known as Obamacare) health insurance exchanges have been up since Monday, October 1, but few, if any, Montanans have actually been able to use the system.

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What’s Your Favorite Thing to Harvest From Your Garden?

They don't call Missoula the Garden City for nothing. Look in any backyard and you're likely to see a tomato patch, squash, carrots, and basil growing along with a variety of other bountiful delights.

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