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UPDATE – Ravalli County Late With $4.5 Million Tax Payment to State [AUDIO]

In the last ten days, the Ravalli County treasurer's office has gone through a maelstrom of controversy, with the suspension of treasurer Valerie Stamey, and her accusations of wrongdoing against county commissioners and other officials.

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Missoula Economic Outlook – Slow But Steady Growth in 2014 [AUDIO]

The west is back. That's the headline from University of Montana Bureau of Business and Economic Research Director Patrick Barkey.

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Ravalli County Sees Spike in Credit Card Fraud – Sheriff’s Family Affected [AUDIO]

The Ravalli County Sheriff's Office reported on Friday, November 22, that there has been a significant spike in credit card fraud.

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Hamilton
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Ravalli County Decides to Refuse Title X Grant Money, Commissioner Suzy Foss Explains Why She Voted Against the Funds

Ravalli County has become the first county in Montana to turn down a Title X Family Planning Grant. When Title X became law in 1970, it was designed to prevent unwanted pregnancies and provide counseling and preventive health services. However, a majority of commissioners in Ravalli today, September 20, decided that the Title X funds weren't worth their vote.

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Ravalli County
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Ravalli County Commissioners Approve Legacy Ranch Subdivision

Ravalli County Commissioners have decided to approve a large subdivision that will cover over 350 acres near the Lee Metcalf National Wildlife Refuge.

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Department of the Interior
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Sacred Tree in Ravalli County Becomes Center of Dispute Between Federal and Local Land Management

A sacred tree in Ravalli county has become the center of a land dispute between the Salish-Kootenai Tribe, The Department of the Interior, and Ravalli County Commissioners.

The tree, known as the medicine tree, is located near highway 93

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Jason Washington to face drug charges in Hamilton
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Convicted of Federal Drug Crimes – Jason Washington to Appear Thursday in Hamilton on Drug Charges [AUDIO]

Missoula businessman Jason Washington, convicted recently of federal drug crimes, has been ordered to appear in Ravalli County District Court to face more felony drug charges.

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Florence Teen Pleads Guilty to Convenience Store Robbery [AUDIO]

On August 12, 2012, three juveniles robbed the Town Pump convenience store in Florence at gunpoint. One of the three, William Lawrence Waldman, 16, entered a plea of guilty to charges of felony robbery and felony assault with a weapon on Wednesday afternoon in Ravalli County District Court.

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Helicopter passengers walk away from crash landing
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Passengers in Tuesday Morning Bitterroot Valley Helicopter Crash Walk Away With Minor Injuries [AUDIO]

All the passengers aboard a private helicopter walked away from a crash-landing near Connor just off Highway 93 South on the south end of the Bitterroot Valley on Tuesday morning, April 2, 2013.

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UM President Royce Engstrom
University of Montana President Royce Engstrom visits with audience at Hamilton meeting about the Bitterroot College. (Fullerton Photo)
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University of Montana Holds Hamilton Town Meeting Praising Bitterroot College

University of Montana President Royce Engstrom brought members of his university cabinet to Hamilton Wednesday to observe operations at two University associated organizations - The new 2-year Bitterroot College and the Daly Mansion

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