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Articles with the Tag: Missoula

Lake County faring OK so far following statewide flooding emergency Lake County faring OK so far following statewide flooding emergency

Lake County isn’t doing too badly considering our neighbors to the south are experiencing devastating flooding from the Clark Fork River, but conditions could change for the county.  Steve Stanley, Office of Emergency Management director, said a couple of low lying houses in Arlee were sandbagg...

University of Montana, Missoula announces spring 2018 degree candidates

ARLEE:  — Jeffrey Buck, Master of Education: Education Leadership —  Sean Christensen, Bachelor of Arts: Economics, MAGNA CUM LAUDE — Tabitha Espinoza, Master of Science: Environmental Studies — Mariah Hamel, BS in Health/Human Performance: Health & Human P...

Charlo boys, girls win district track titles Charlo boys, girls win district track titles

By Rob Zolman Valley Journal MISSOULA – The Charlo Vikings boys and girls both won the District 14C Track and Field Championships in Missoula on Friday and Saturday, with the Viking boys taking the District 14C title for the 16th consecutive season. Winning multiple titles for Charlo were Tyra...

Montana Public Radio selected for national podcast training

News from the University of Montana MISSOULA – National Public Radio has selected Montana Public Radio to be a part of its prestigious Story Lab incubator project for new programming this year. MTPR submitted plans for its latest podcast, “Richest Hill: The Future History of America&rsquo...

Woman gets 10 years following high speed chase Woman gets 10 years following high speed chase

Roishell Elizabeth St. Dennis, 28, of Missoula, was sentenced at District Court in Polson on May 2 to 20 years in the Montana State Women’s Prison with 10 years suspended on an assault with a weapon charge. The charge stems from a pursuit with law enforcement that began in Missoula and ended in Lake...

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Softball Glacier Wolfpack 8 Polson Lady Pirates 5 The Lady Pirates fell 8-5 in a nonconference softball matchup against the hosting Glacier Wolfpack on Tuesday, May 1. Quinn Motichka went 2 for 3 with two doubles and two RBIs. Olivia Perez also had a pair of RBIs on one hit. Polson La...

Garden City Pets opens in new location Garden City Pets opens in new location

News from Garden City Pets EVARO – Garden City Pets, Missoula’s premier pet care business, opened at its new location on May 1. This location will provide dogs, cats, and critters with a modern twist on your typical pet care experience. Garden City Pets hosts animals with a home-away-from-ho...

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Track and Field Russ Pilcher Top 10: Top prep track and field athletes from the Mission Valley joined more than 300 competitors from 40 schools on Tuesday, April 24 in Missoula during the 20th annual Russ Pilcher Top 10 track and field meet. It was a big day for Polson Pirate hurdler Colton Cote, who...

Detention Center demands to be reduced

Lake County has been chosen to participate in a pilot project aimed at reducing the demand on detention centers while ensuring criminal defendants make their court appearances. Lake County Chief Deputy Attorney James Lapotka says the 2017 Legislature established an evidence-based risk assessment program for ...

Nonprofit organization seeks to increase female participation in technology careers Nonprofit organization seeks to increase female participation in technology careers

Women are often missing from the applicant pool for careers in technology and a new organization called ChickTech is working to change that. “Having more women in technology benefits the products we make, and diversity changes development teams and increases quality,” said Brigitta Lee, presid...


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