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37,000 Pounds of Putrefying Chicken Has Been Sitting at the Wye Near Missoula For Weeks

On Tuesday, September 23, The Missoula County Sheriff’s Office called the Missoula City-County Health Department notifying them of an abandoned semi-truck trailer near the Wye Truck stop west of Missoula.

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Photo courtesy of Peter Christian
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Update on Missoula Mayor John Engen’s Pay Increases, New Numbers and Responses From City

Missoula Mayor John Engen received a pay increase between FY 2014 and FY 2015 after saying he wouldn't, but his pay throughout his tenure has not grown by 50 percent as previous Missoula city data showed.

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Photo courtesy of MCSD
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Identify This Car and Help Missoula County Authorities Locate Frenchtown Car Thieves

Missoula County authorities are asking for help in finding the person(s) responsible for smashing the back window of a Frenchtown High School students car and stealing her purse and personal information.

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Montana Set to Get Another Obamacare Insurance Provider

Nationally, 77 new health insurance providers will be selling plans on the Affordable Care Act exchanges this November, and one of those new providers will be selling in Montana.

"We have a fourth issuer who will be selling in the marketplace next year," said Montana Securities and Insurance Commissioner Communications Director Jennifer McKee

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Superior, Montana
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Explosives Team Deactivates “Suspicious Package” at Superior Post Office, Item Was Not a Bomb

Update: As of 11:30 explosive teams have confirmed that a "suspicious package" found at the Superior Post Office is not a bomb, however a description of the discovered item will not be released.

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The Talk Back Weekly Line-Up, September 22 – 26

Political season is heating up. Ballots have been sent out for military personnel, and absentee ballots for most Montanans will be out in less than two weeks. As usual, we will cover the big issues, debate, and let you throw around your opinion on this weeks Talk Back.

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Mountain Water Company to be Sold to Algonquin Power and Utilities, Move Complicates Eminent Domain Lawsuit

Today, September 19, the Canadian company Algonquin Power and Utilities, announced that it had agreed to purchase Mountain Water Company from the Carlyle Group for $327 million.

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Photo courtesy of Peter Christian
Photo courtesy of Peter Christian
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Missoula Mayor John Engen Took a Pay Raise After Saying He Wouldn’t

Update: The mayor and his staff are contesting the numbers provided by the Missoula Finance Department. If these numbers are incorrect, they will significantly change this story. We have been told by the mayor's staff that correct data will be sent to us on Monday, September 22. The pay raise for FY 2015 has not been contested, only the amount of pay when Mayor Engen began his career. Due to possible incorrect data, percentage calculations throughout the original story may be incorrect.

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Photo courtesy of Tom Pennington/Getty Images
Photo courtesy of Tom Pennington/Getty Images
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Keystone XL Pipeline Permit Still in Limbo, Six Year Anniversary This Friday

The anniversary of the initial permit request to build the Keystone XL pipeline is imminent.

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Amanda Curtis
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U.S. Senate Candidate Amanda Curtis Talks About Social Security, the 2nd Amendment and ISIS in Missoula

Amanda Curtis, the Montana Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, was in Missoula today, September 16, speaking in the parking lot of the Senior Citizen’s Center about the issues of Medicaid and Social Security.

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