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Missoula, Montana is located in Missoula County. Zip codes in Missoula, MT include 59807, 59801, and 59808. The median home price in Missoula is $249,000 which is roughly $182/per square foot. More Missoula information.

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17 min ago | New York Daily News

Montana man harassed victim because she wouldn't love him: police

Joshua Allen, 34, was arrested with 34 counts of violating a protective order filed by a Missoula woman who fended on harasssing messages on her phone and Facebook that threatened suicide if she called the police on him. 'This is your fault,' Allen reportedly wrote.

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9 hrs ago | Northfield.org

Award-winning Poet and Musician Stephen Kampa '05 to Appear at Carleton College

Award-winning poet and musician Stephen Kampa, a member of the Carleton Class of 2005, will appear at the College on Tuesday, Sept. 23 at 4 p.m. in the Gould Library Athenaeum.

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Tue Sep 16, 2014

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Slaying suspect to be extradited to Montana

A transient accused of torturing and fatally shooting a man in Missoula is expected to be extradited to Montana this week to face charges. The Missoulian reports 27-year-old Kevin Joseph Lino was arrested in Shreveport, Louisiana, in August for the July 30 death of 36-year-old Gilbert Barry.

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Boise Weekly

Body of Base Jumper Discovered Near Glacier's Mount Siyeh

The body of a BASE jumper was recovered Sept. 14 in Glacier National Park after authorities said he may have attempted an illegal jump.

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The Missoula Independent Online

Hangriest Hour: The Market on Front

The backstory: Ben Sokoloski launched a rather atypical Kickstarter campaign early last year, seeking funding not for a specific product but for a concept.

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

The Missoula Independent Online

National coverage of, and context for, the Mountain Water fight

In an article published today, the Wall Street Journal chimed in on the ongoing dispute between the City of Missoula and the Carlyle Group over ownership of Mountain Water.

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The Spokesman-Review

Man Faces 34 Felonies For FB Posts

A man facing 34 felony counts for violating an order of protection is wanted by Missoula law enforcement after allegedly contacting his victim repeatedly on Facebook last week. According to prosecutors, Joshua James Allen didn't have a romantic relationship with the victim, but initially began contacting her with incessant Facebook messages in May. The woman requested and was granted an order of protection, which prohibited Allen from contacting her for an entire year.

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Circulation

Therapy for Peripheral Artery Disease: Gaps in Treating Patients With Claudication [Editorials]

From the School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science, College of Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences, University of Montana , International Heart Institute of Montana Foundation, Saint Patrick Hospital, Providence Medical Group , Missoula, MT; and Division of General Internal Medicine , Center for Women's Health Research , and Division of Cardiology , Department of Medicine, University of Colorado School of Medicine, Aurora, CO. Correspondence to Ryan J. Mays, PhD, MPH, International Heart Institute of Montana Foundation, Saint Patrick Hospital, Providence Medical Group, 500 W Broadway, Ste 356A, Missoula, MT 59802.

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The Missoula Independent Online

National coverage of, and context for, the Mountain Water fight

In an article published today, the Wall Street Journal chimed in on the ongoing dispute between the City of Missoula and the Carlyle Group over ownership of Mountain Water.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Wall Street Journal

Public-Private Deals Spark Turmoil

Three years ago, Carlyle Group LP bought the pipes, pumps and water wells in Missoula, Mont., and several California communities in what the firm assumed was a relatively low-risk bet.

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Wall Street Journal

Public-Private Deals Spark Turmoil

The Clark Fork River in Montana runs through Missoula, which has sued private-equity firm Carlyle Group for control of the city's water utility. LP bought the pipes, pumps and water wells in Missoula, Mont., and several California communities in what the firm assumed was a relatively low-risk bet.

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Wall Street Journal

Public-Private Deals Spark Turmoil

Three years ago, Carlyle Group LP bought the pipes, pumps and water wells in Missoula, Mont., and several California communities in what the firm assumed was a relatively low-risk bet.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

The Billings Outpost

Cleaning environment wasn't always partisan

Comes now, it seems, a time of desire to ease environmental protection laws so that the business of business can be conducted more efficiently, more economically, and not to forget, more cheaply.

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American Reporter

My HorizonsFAMILY Tales from Nyc

If People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals had their way you would. They've launched a campaign to show the world how stupid they can be - I mean, to rename fish as "sea kittens."

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Char-Koosta News

Tribal Health welcomes new Community Health nurse

Registered Nurse Sunny Rae Grant recently joined the Tribal Health Department medical staff as the Arlee THD Clinic Community Health Division nurse.

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The Missoula Independent Online

Affordable housing

Sawmill plans emerge by Jessica Mayrer Missoula City Council recently got a glimpse of nonprofit developer Homeword's vision to build 26 affordable apartments at the long languishing Sawmill Site near the banks of the Clark Fork.

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The Missoula Independent Online

Hungry for more

Think you mostly eat local food? Think again. by Jenny Mish In Missoula, we pride ourselves on buying local.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

BroadwayWorld.com

Montana Repertory Theatre Premieres BROOMSTICK Tonight

The Montana Repertory Theatre, the professional theatre-in-residence in the College of Visual and Performing Arts, at The University of Montana is proud to present the Rolling World Premier of BROOMSTICK by noted New Orleans playwright John Biguenet. BROOMSTICK tells the tale of a contemporary witch, dealing with a guest from long ago, in her mountain home.

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Coroner: Missing man died in climbing accident

Authorities say a Missoula man whose body was found at the bottom of a cliff west of Hamilton died in a rock climbing accident. Ravalli County Sheriff and Coroner Chris Hoffman said Tuesday that 25-year-old Ryan Boyd Silsby died of blunt force trauma, and it was obvious he had fallen from a climbing route.

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Superintendent's Back To School Tour

Tuesday in Bozeman Superintendent Denise Juneau launched the "Montanans for the Common Core Video Project" during her 2014 Back to School Tour. Juneau visited students and teachers at Emily Dickinson and Meadowlark Elementary Schools experiencing first hand how The Montana Common Core Standards are improving students skills.

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