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Four Ways to Prepare For Missoula’s Running Season [VIDEO]

Without question, the beginning phases of the Missoula running season are the most important in regards to gaining strength and increasing your success rate.

By setting yourself a goal race, like the YMCA Riverbank Run, Missoula Marathon or any other fun run in between, you are defining your season, which might be 60 days or perhaps even three months long, with the run of your choosing happening at the end.

The first few weeks should be about building your strength base, and sometimes the elliptical or weight training just are not enough to get your muscles in gear. Today, we will guide you through some ways to help improve your overall fitness and get your muscles and body frame in top shape.

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Water Company Trial
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City of Missoula Would Charge Higher Rates Than Mountain Water, Analyst Testifies

The Missoula Mountain Water Condemnation Trial had its tenth day of hearings today, Thursday, April 2, and the often mentioned Carlyle Partner Robert Dove took the stand.

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Logging Project Closes Roadway in Sapphire Mountains

A logging operation in the Stevensville Ranger District has shut down a roadway.

"We just want to let the public know that the Stevensville Ranger District has closed Forest Road 428, which is up in the Sapphire Mountains and is part of that three saddle stewardship project that has been going on for several months," said  Bitterroot National Forest Public Affairs Officer Todd McKay

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Supreme Court Orders Missoula Schools to Release Valerie Stamey’s Discipline Records

The Montana Supreme Court ruled this week that Missoula County Public Schools mustrelease some employment records about the former Ravalli County Treasurer.

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MH370 Search Area Narrows As More Signals Identified
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Strike Against Allegiant Airlines Averted By Court Order

KGVO News received the following press release from Allegiant Airlines early Thursday morning, April 2.

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City of Missoula Joins Protest of Indiana Religious Freedom Laws – Urges Anti – Discrimination Ordinance

The City of Missoula has joined a large group of cities and states that are protesting Indiana's newly enacted religious freedom laws, stating that they could be used as an excuse to legally discriminate against the LGBT community, according to Missoula City Council Vice President Jason Weiner.

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Country Crossing Grand Opening Kick-Off Celebration In Dothan, AL - Day 1
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Missoula to Host a Mobile Home Auction in April

A mobile home auction, regularly scheduled for September in Missoula has been pushed forward to April. Tyler Gernant with the Missoula Clerk and Recorders office explains the new auction date.

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Play Pac-Man on a Missoula Google Map [VIDEO]

Just in time for April Fools, Google just rolled out a fun Easter Egg that allows users of Maps to play the iconic Pac Man video game on any map in the world! 

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University of Montana – You Think You Know Missoula?

The University of Montana has been part of the Missoula community for almost 120 years. Its long history as one of the state’s largest learning institutions is peppered with interesting facts, stories and tidbits. Here are a few UM trivia items to impress your friends with:

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Missoula has “No Compelling Economic Argument for Public Ownership,” says Famed Economist

One of the most prominent economists alive was in Missoula today, March 30, testifying in the Mountain Water Condemnation trial. Economist Arthur Laffer, whose name became a household reference during the 80s with the “Laffer Curve” and supply side economics, offered up this analysis on the Mountain Water case.

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