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Missoula remembers avalanche one year later

Missoula remembers avalanche one year later

Today on Saturday, marks the one year anniversary of Missoula's urban avalanche, an event that devastated a Rattlesnake Valley neighborhood and made national…

Specialist explains what it takes to cleanup meth residue

Specialist explains what it takes to cleanup meth residue

Lee Yelin is the President and Owner of Water Rights Incorporated. He's been doing meth decontamination work since 2005 and says business is booming.

Mushers compete in Flathead Classic Sled Dog Races

Mushers compete in Flathead Classic Sled Dog Races

This winter, a lack of snow has forced cancellations of several sled dog races across the northwest. But, it wasn’t enough to stop organizers of the Flathead…

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2 adults, 2 students hurt when science experiment goes wrong

Two adults and two students suffered minor injuries in an explosion during a science experiment at an elementary school in Billings.

Walsh pipeline bill draws criticism

Phillips 66 improving pipeline over Yellowstone River

While there's been much publicity lately about pipeline failures along the Yellowstone River, some pipeline companies have been quietly making improvements to…

Butte potholes

Butte Public Works addresses pothole concerns

Potholes can be easily found throughout the city of Butte. Even if you can't always see them, you can feel them after driving through them.

Couple receives award for seat belt safety

Couple receives award for seat belt safety

Awards were handed out during the Missoula Maulers game Friday night.

UM students learn about robot that can help others

UM students learn about robot that can help others

University of Montana students got a unique chance to see a robot that can help other students attend class long distance.

One year after Missoula avalanche, neighborhood remembers

One year after Missoula avalanche, neighborhood remembers

Tomorrow on Saturday, marks the one year anniversary of an avalanche in Missoula.

Whitefish seeks way to fund railroad ‘quiet zone’ project

Whitefish seeks way to fund railroad ‘quiet zone’ project

Some people in Whitefish are pushing the city to revamp a railroad crossing and turn it into a quiet zone.

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