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  1. Life after rape: a Missoula survivor's storyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 12 | KTMF

    October 12 is just another day for most people. For Barb Jenkins, it's the anniversary of the day her life changed forever.

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  2. NorthWestern Energy looking to protect towers from watersRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 11 | KTMF

    NorthWestern Energy is looking to move six towers that support a key 210,000-volt transmission line over Clark Fork River after seeing floodwater push three power poles over last spring. The Missoulian reports NorthWestern Energy Transmission Engineer Joe Wulf said Tuesday that the overhead transmission line is an extremely important facility to the company.

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  3. Kavanaugh protesters plead guilty to criminal trespassRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 11 | KTMF

    Seven people who held a sit-in at the Missoula County Republican Central Committee offices last week to protest the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court have pleaded guilty to criminal trespass. The Missoulian reports members of the Western Montana chapter of Democratic Socialists of America were given a six-month deferred sentence, fined $100 and ordered to stay away from the building.

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  4. Campus safety report: MSU reports more rapes than UMRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 11 | KTMF

    Campus safety reports show that students at Montana State University were arrested or cited last year for violating drug and alcohol laws 10 times more often than their counterparts at the University of Montana. And the Bozeman Daily Chronicle reports that despite UM's troubled history with rapes, the Bozeman campus had more reported rapes than the Missoula campus - a total of 42 at MSU versus 23 at UM - from 2015 to 2017.

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  5. Protesters briefly occupy Missoula Republican Party officesRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 11 | KTMF

    Police have ticketed seven people for trespassing after a small group of protesters occupied the offices of the Missoula County Republican Central Committee and refused to leave. The Missoulian reports the protesters objected Friday to Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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  6. Trial set for January in Montana stabbing, dismembering caseRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 11 | KTMF

    A trial is set to begin Jan. 4 in the case of a western Montana man charged with killing and dismembering two people and trying to dissolve their bodies in plastic tubs of acid. The Missoulian reports attorneys for 26-year-old Augustus Standingrock asked to reschedule his Nov. 7 trial to give them time to analyze DNA evidence the state crime lab was expected finish examining this week.

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  7. 19-year-old receives deferred sentence for armed robberyRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 2 | KTMF

    A 19-year-old man who pepper-sprayed two people in a Missoula convenience before they were shot has been given a deferred sentence for his role in the armed robbery. The Missoulian reports Ivory Brien received a total sentence of 10 years, all deferred, on Monday for his involvement in the double shooting earlier this year.

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  8. University of Montana fined $966K for crime stats omissionsRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 2 | KTMF

    The U.S. Department of Education has issued more than $960,000 in fines to the University of Montana for reporting "inaccurate and misleading" crime statistics from 2012 to 2015. The Missoulian reports the university plans to appeal the fine amount but does not dispute the federal agency's findings.

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  9. Lee Enterprises drops newly named Montana publisherRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 27 | KTMF

    Lee Enterprises has reversed its decision to hire a Gatehouse Media sales executive as its regional publisher for western Montana. Lee vice president of consumer sales and marketing Nathan Bekke said Wednesday that Paul McArthur won't be joining Lee "due to recent developments," but did not elaborate.

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  10. Enrollment at University of Montana continues to fallRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 22 | KTMF

    Enrollment at the University of Montana has fallen more than seven percent in the last year, the eighth year in a row that it has declined. That's according to the university's latest census enrollment report.

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  11. University of Montana making progress on closing budget gapRead the original story

    Friday Sep 21 | KTMF

    Vice President of Administration and Finance Rosi Keller said Thursday to the university's budget committee that the school's financial shortfall is due to a decline in enrollment, but she says the school is making progress on closing that budget gap over the next four years. The Missoulian reports the University of Montana plans to accomplish that with the recent voluntary staff and faculty buyouts and other savings.

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  12. Owners of defunct Montana boarding school settle lawsuitRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 19 | KTMF

    The owners of a now-defunct therapeutic boarding school in northwestern Montana have agreed to pay $925,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by a group of parents. The Missoulian reports the owners of Monarch School in Heron agreed earlier this year to settle the suit that claimed malpractice, breach of contract and fraud following the school's abrupt closure in September 2017.

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  13. Buddhism professor on probation charged with assaultRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 18 | KTMF

    A University of Montana associate professor of Buddhism and yoga is charged with misdemeanor assault for reportedly punching a bouncer at a country music concert. The Missoulian reports 58-year-old Bradley Steven Clough also is charged with violating his probation in a felony criminal endangerment case that was pleaded down from a felony DUI.

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  14. Bill would change how invasive species prevention is fundedRead the original story

    Monday Sep 17 | KTMF

    The Montana Environmental Quality Council is proposing legislation that would drop hydroelectric power fees as a funding source for aquatic invasive species prevention program. Instead, the proposed bill would shift the cost of the $6.5 million state program to boaters, anglers and Montana's general fund.

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  15. The Latest: Judge again delays grizzly hunting in RockiesRead the original story

    Sep 13, 2018 | KTMF

    A U.S. judge has delayed for two more weeks the first grizzly bear hunts to be held in the Lower 48 states in almost three decades. Thursday's ruling by U.S. District Judge Dana Christensen leaves the fate of about 700 bruins in the Northern Rockies in limbo as he considers whether federal protections for the animals should be restored.

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  16. Judge to decide on grizzly bear hunts in Idaho, WyomingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2018 | KTMF

    A U.S. judge is due to decide Thursday if two Rocky Mountain states can move forward with the first public hunts for grizzly bears in the Lower 48 in almost three decades. U.S. District Judge Dana Christensen in Missoula, Montana, last month put on hold for two weeks bear hunts that are scheduled in Idaho and Wyoming.

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  17. Lee Enterprises closes Missoula Independent alt-weekly paperRead the original story

    Sep 12, 2018 | KTMF

    Lee Regional Human Relations Director Jim Gaasterland told Independent staff in a message Tuesday the company closed the newspaper that day and to schedule an appointment to retrieve any personal belongings. Lee bought the Independent in April 2017 from Matt Gibson, who became the general manager for the Lee-owned Missoulian, Ravalli Republic and Independent.

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  18. Have you herd? Moose, bighorn sheep pass on migration tipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 6, 2018 | KTMF

    6, 201... . FILE - In this April 12, 2016 file photo, bighorn sheep run along a steep mountainside outside Missoula, Mont.

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  19. Missoula woman sentenced to prison for crash that killed 2Read the original story

    Sep 5, 2018 | KTMF

    A Missoula woman has been sentenced to five years in prison for causing a horrific car crash that killed a father and his 3-year-old daughter. The Missoulian reports Judge Karen Townsend sentenced Thomas on Tuesday to 30 years in the Montana Women's Prison, with 25 suspended.

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  20. Collision south of Hamilton kills 1, injures 4 othersRead the original story

    Sep 4, 2018 | KTMF

    A two-vehicle collision in western Montana has claimed the life of a 34-year-old Frenchtown man and injured four others. The Missoulian reports that the injured were taken to hospitals in Hamilton and Missoula.

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