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  1. Glacier park campground evacuated after shot firedRead the original story

    Monday Jul 11 | Washington Times

    A campground in Glacier National Park was temporarily evacuated over the weekend after a 28-year-old Helena man fired a shot into the air from inside his tent. Park spokeswoman Margie Steigerwald tells the Flathead Beacon that the man and his girlfriend were at Sprague Creek Campground on Saturday night when he fired the shot.

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  2. 5 suffer burns after boat explosion at Swan LakeRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Washington Times

    Josiah Wagoner of Kalispell says his brother, David Wagoner, was fishing on Swan Lake on Saturday with his wife, their baby daughter and 4-year-old son. Also with them were the Wagoners' sisters - a 14-year-old and 10-year-old twins - and their 6-year-old nephew.

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  3. 5 people injured in head-on crash in Glacier National ParkRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Washington Times

    Two vehicles collided head-on on Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park, sending five people to the hospital. Glacier Park spokeswoman Margie Steigerwald told the Daily Inter Lake that nine people were involved in the crash, which happened as the Sun Road winds along the south side of Lake McDonald.

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  4. Grizzly kills mountain biker near Glacier National ParkRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 30 | Washington Times

    A grizzly bear attacked and killed a 38-year-old mountain biker as he was riding along a trail just outside Glacier National Park, Montana authorities said. Brad Treat and another rider were in the Halfmoon Lakes area of the Flathead National Forest Wednesday when they apparently surprised the bear, Flathead County Sheriff Chuck Curry said.

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  5. Grizzly kills mountain biker near Glacier ...Read the original story

    Thursday Jun 30 | Washington Times

    A grizzly bear attacked and killed a 38-year-old mountain biker as he was riding along a trail just outside Glacier National Park, Montana authorities said. Brad Treat and another rider were in the Halfmoon Lakes area of the Flathead National Forest Wednesday when they apparently surprised the bear, Flathead County Sheriff Chuck Curry said.

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  6. Mill closure a punch in the gut for northwest MontanaRead the original story

    Jun 24, 2016 | Washington Times

    The expected loss of about 200 jobs in northwestern Montana resulting from timber giant Weyerhaeuser's purchase of Plum Creek Timber will be a punch in the gut for a community that was starting to recover from the 2009 closure of an aluminum plant, officials said. Weyerhaeuser officials said Wednesday it will permanently close the Columbia Falls lumber and plywood mill that was part of its $8.44 billion purchase of Plum Creek this spring.

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  7. Police identify suspects in recent Kalispell vandalismsRead the original story

    Jun 4, 2016 | Washington Times

    Kalispell police have identified two suspects in connection to recent vandalism at the high school football stadium and the surrounding neighborhood. The Flathead Beacon reports that Kalispell Police Department School Resource Officers received corroborating information from students at the high schools and authorities have identified two juvenile males as suspects.

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  8. Prosecutors drop assault charge against man shot by policeRead the original story

    May 18, 2016 | Washington Times

    A Montana judge has dismissed a charge of assault on a peace officer that was filed against a military veteran after his defense attorney argued Kalispell officers did not give him enough time to react to an order to drop his weapon before shooting him. Police were called to Ryan Pengelly's house on Jan. 13 to a report of a suicidal and homicidal woman.

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  9. Firm born in a barn left the door open for growthRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 5, 2015 | Washington Times

    When the president of the United States climbs on Air Force One, the Federal Aviation Administration is responsible for identifying every other aircraft in the area skies at the same time, commercial or private - there are, on average, 13,500 of them - and sharing the information with the Secret Service. Before racers run the Boston Marathon these days, security personnel fan out to walk the route, carrying or wearing sensors that can detect all sorts of materials that could indicate a bomb.

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