Last August, Missoula city council changed the reporting requirements for area Pawn shops. Now, some pawn shop owners are involved in a legal fight with the city, arguing that the ordinance is an invasion of privacy and that the private company, Leads Online, has no right to store their customer’s information.
On Tuesday, January 3, The Congressional Gold Medal was awarded to veterans of the First Special Service Force, an elite specialized unit of U.S. and Canadian servicemen who trained in Montana, but whose story is widely unknown.
On Friday, February 6, Missoula area first responders will be gathering to learn how to deal with an urban avalanche. It’s something Fire Chief Jason Diehl never expected to encounter, but was forced to face last February when an avalanche buried two adults and a child at the base of Mount Jumbo.
This week, January 27, White House Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz explained to ABC News reporter Jon Karl, that the White House prefers to describe the Taliban as an "armed insurgency" rather than a terrorist organization. In response, Montana congressman Ryan Zinke described the administration's new position as "delusional."
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