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Suspects Sought in Lolo Vandalism Mystery

A property owner is now stuck with thousands of dollars of repair costs after vandals entered a Lolo home and smeared the building with paint sometime between Monday and Tuesday.

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Public Help Requested in Search for Bomb Scare Suspect, Ninemile Thefts

After a pretty busy weekend, the Missoula County Sheriff's Department is asking the public for clues to help them solve two cases from the northwest corner of the county.

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How Should Missoula Pay for Public Safety Improvements: Districts or Levies?

Tonight, March 24, the Missoula City Council will vote on whether or not it should go ahead with a $7.9 million public safety financing district to help fund, in part, improvements at the Missoula Police Department. There are few voices saying the improvements aren't needed, however, there is significant controversy over how to get the money.

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Man on Missoula’s Northside Died From “Bluntforce Impact,” No Foul Play

Update March 21: The police investigation into the death of Keith Byington, whose body was found near the railroad tracks in Missoula on March 4, has concluded that no foul play was involved in Byington's death.

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Missoula Emergency Services Grant Will Update First Responder Software

Missoula Emergency Services recently received a $1,890 grant from MF Global to overhaul the software used in emergency response vehicles.

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Missoula’s Nine Year Fight With South Avenue Property Owners May be Appealed Again

The city of Missoula lost its nine year court battle against Glen Wohl and other South Avenue property owners earlier this month, but now it appears the city will appeal so that it can escape having to pay around 35,000 dollars’ worth of attorney’s fees.

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Peter and Bob on Talk Back
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The Talk Back Weekly Line-Up, March 17 – 21

It's another full week of Talk Back shows, in fact, the schedules so packed with guests there's only about an hour's worth of open phones for the whole week. Should be good stuff though, here's a peek.

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Missoula County Snow
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Snow Expected in Missoula Monday, but Not Another Snowmageddon

A cold front of moisture from the pacific is expected to blast into Montana on Monday, March 17, bringing with it a fresh layer of snow.

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City of Missoula Loses $337,000 Lawsuit Against Local Landowners, May Appeal

Back in 2005, the city of Missoula expanded South Avenue and, according to a recent decision by Missoula County District Court Judge McLean, also trampled on the constitutional rights of some downtown Missoula landowners.

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Dudley Improta conducting crown profile on March 2
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New Study Finds that “Historic” Missoula Avalanche was Unusual for Many Reasons

Today, March 11, the Western Montana Avalanche Center released its preliminary study of the Mt. Jumbo avalanche that plowed into Van Buren Street, killing one woman and trapping three others almost two weeks ago.

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