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Along the River Trail
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Missoula Group Requests $42 Million Bond to Improve Parks and Trails

A group of Missoulians are working to get more money for city and county parks. John O’Connor is a member a group called the Friends of Fort Missoula Regional Park, O’Connor and others are hoping to get a new bond on the ballot.

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Lynn Parker
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Missoula Police Searching for Missing Man, Psychotic Episode/Suicide Feared

Missoula police are trying to locate 26-year-old Lynn Parker who disappeared over three weeks ago and is feared to be in a substance abuse-induced suicidal state.

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America’s Not-So Rape Capital – The Article That Started It All, a Poor Excuse for False Publicity

Time Magazine recently announced that the University of Montana will be showcased in a spread for an article entitled "The Sexual Assault Crisis on American Campuses." Ironically, I also just finished an op-ed a month ago expressing why I felt Missoula should not be labeled as "America's Rape Capital."

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Garage fire
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Fire Guts Garage Near Southgate Mall

A column of smoke could be seen rising above Missoula Yesterday near Southgate Mall. Missoula City Assistant Fire Chief Jeff Brandt says crews were called out to a structure fire on Schilling Street at about 9:00 a

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Crash Investigators
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Missoula Police Seeking Information About West Broadway Hit & Run Driver

Missoula Police are asking for the public to help them identify the driver that collided with a 52-year-old pedestrian at the intersection of Woody and West Broadway On Friday, May 16. 

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Budget
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Missoula City Council Considers Paying For Gender Reassignment Coverage for City Employees

This Wednesday, May 14, the Missoula city council met to discuss the 2015 budget and ended up discussing gender reassignment surgery.

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Missoula Time Magazine
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Missoula Rape Investigations to Make Cover of Time Magazine

A photo of the University of Montana's University Hall may soon be the feature photo in a Time Magazine cover story, but it may not be the type of attention Missoula wants.

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Data Shows Missoula Property Taxes “Significantly Higher” Than Other Montana Cities

New numbers by the Montana Taxpayers Association show that one city in the state taxes its citizen's property far more than the rest.

"According to our information which we gather from the data that cities and counties send into us, Missoula has the highest mill levy at about 241 mills," said Montana Taxpayer Association President Rob Story

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Clark Fork River
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Study Finds Unfiltered Storm Drains Polluting Missoula Rivers

A storm water drain near Caras Park has been pouring a variety of pollutants into the Clark Fork River a new study shows.

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Missoula Rep. Ellie Hill Charges NRA With Creating Culture of Violence in Montana on MSNBC

On Monday evening, May 12, Missoula area representative Ellie Hill talked about Montana’s self-defense laws on Al Sharpton’s MSNBC Show, Politics Nation. Hill blamed a variety of outside groups for creating a dangerous gun culture in her state

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