While the worst of fire season may be over and drought-induced fishing restrictions were lifted this week, hydrologist Ray Nicholas with the National Weather Service said Montana is still plagued by drought.
Well, here's a weirdo for you. It's a man who likes to make love to cars.
But don't worry, he's not about penetration, he's more about hugging the cars, holding them close to his body and talking to them.
This story probably won't be that shocking at all to you, but the owner of a coffee shop in Everett, Wash., has been busted for promoting prostitution and money laundering.
But wait, what's so shocking about that you may ask? The coffee place is called Java Juggs. It's a coffee shop where baristas are dressed in bikini tops. And she owns a bunch of them.
The topic of marijuana is becoming less of a taboo and more of an everyday thing. Recently Dr. Sanjay Gupta of CNN "changed his mind" on the topic of marijuana. He agrees that it is a great drug and VERY beneficial medically. With Washington and Colorado legalizing marijuana, it opens the doors for people to open their minds. The only side effect is the munchies. Seattle cops have that p
Missoula County Commissioner Jean Curtiss will be boarding a plane next week and flying to Washington, D.C. to meet with First Lady Michelle Obama to be honored for her role in the organization 'Let's Move Missoula'.
We have all been to at least one Griz game at Washington-Grizzly Stadium. If you have'nt, then your are missing out on a major piece of Missoula culture. The stadium during a game can get straight up deafening. Especially if you are seated anywhere near the student section or the North end zone (as the play by play announcer, Mick Holein, says "Where the crazies live")
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