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homicide Lino
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Sheriff’s Department Official Clears Up Confusion Over Extradition of Accused Killer [AUDIO]

Missoula County Sheriff's Office Public Information Officer Paige Pavalone on Wednesday clarified the situation regarding the extradition of accused killer Kevin Lino, currently in Louisiana, fighting his return to Missoula.

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University of Montana
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Former UM Student Identified for Making Lewd Comments – Groping Incident in 2013 [AUDIO]

A former University of Montana student suspected of making inappropriate comments to female students and groping one of those students in fall 2013 has been identified. 

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Kevin Lino
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Accused Murderer Refuses Extradition Again – Third Hearing Scheduled [AUDIO]

Kevin Lino, 27, the man accused of torturing and killing a homeless man under the Reserve Street Bridge in July, has refused extradition to Missoula again during a second court hearing in Louisiana.

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wolf
photo by Liz Bradley
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Yellowstone Wolf Patrol to ‘Document and Disrupt’ Wolf Hunt – Claim They Received Death Threats [AUDIO]

The general hunting season for wolves began on Monday, but some hunters won't find themselves alone, they'll be shadowed by the Yellowstone Wolf Patrol.

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Markus Kaarma
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Judge’s Ruling Prevents Media and Public From Viewing Some Prior Bad Acts in Markus Kaarma Trial [AUDIO]

The attorneys representing accused murderer Markus Kaarma received a favorable ruling from District Judge Ed McClean last Friday.

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Old Farmers Almanac
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Old Farmers Almanac Predicts Warmer Drier Winter for Missoula [AUDIO]

The Old Farmers Almanac has predicted a harsh winter for much of the United States, dubbing it the 'Refriger-Nation' for 2014-2015, but western Montana will be spared.

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9-11 Flags 2014
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Missoula Remembers 9/11 2014 at Rose Park [YouTube]

Missoula citizens, soldiers, law enforcement and fire personnel gathered at Rose Memorial Park on Thursday evening to remember September 11th, 2001.

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John Engen
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Missoula Mayor John Engen Counters Mountain Water Lawsuit Criticism [AUDIO]

Missoula Mayor John Engen calls the nearly $4 million the city may spend in legal fees to acquire the Mountain Water Company from the Carlyle Group as essentially 'closing costs'.

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CMC entrance
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Community Medical Center Signs $67.4 Million Asset Purchase Agreement With Billings Clinic [AUDIO]

Officials with Missoula Community Medical Center announced on Tuesday that their board of directors has signed an asset purchase agreement between Community and Billings Clinic Regional Care Hospital Partners for $67.4 million. 

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Ryan-Boyd-Silsby
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Report – Missoula Man Fell to His Death in Blodgett Canyon

On Tuesday, Ravalli County Sheriff/Coroner Chris Hoffman  released the results of his office’s investigation into the death of Ryan Boyd Silsby.

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Prescription Drugs
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Prescription Drug Safety Awareness Campaign Debuts in Missoula [AUDIO]

The Missoula Forum for Children and Youth, in partnership with Missoula Underage Substance Abuse Prevention have launched a new public service awareness campaign.

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mill site
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Chemical Explosion Injures Worker at Former Smurfit-Stone Plant in Frenchtown [AUDIO]

An unidentified worker was injured early Monday morning by a small chemical explosion at the former Smurfit-Stone facility in Frenchtown.

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