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Study finds mercury-tainted fish in Glacier's Lake McDonald

WEST GLACIER – A “first-of-its-kind” study released last week discovered mercury in fish in some of the most remote and pristine lakes and streams in national parks across the western United S…

Missoula Commissioner Carey refuses to explain extended absence

MISSOULA — Missoula County Commissioner Bill Carey left his duties for five weeks in late 2012 with no explanation to the public.

Company seeks to strike state cap on jury awards

BUTTE — An office supply company is asking the Montana Supreme Court to rule that the state's cap on punitive damage awards is unconstitutional.

Montana foundation to have more than $150M, but still on the hook for old Blue Cross liabilities

HELENA — The foundation funded by the sale of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Montana to a Chicago insurance giant eventually will have more than $150 million in assets to fund millions of dolla…

The Daily Interlake

Study finds mercury in national park fish

Federal scientists have found high amounts of mercury in sport fish caught in remote areas of Western national parks, including Glacier National Park, according to a study released Thursday.

New lift on the way at ski resort

After another record-breaking season, Whitefish Mountain Resort plans to enter the 2014-15 season with more than $2.4 million in improvements.

Young musicians rack up top ratings

About 1,500 musicians participated in the District 1 Music Festival hosted by Flathead and Glacier high schools.

Owners of puppies thrown in garbage bin gather

MANHATTAN (AP) — They’re known affectionately as the Dumpster puppies.

Night in Morocco

Flathead Valley Community College culinary arts students provided a lavish banquet for the college’s spring fundraiser ‘Casablanca, the DInner’ on April 12.

Flathead Beacon

Kalispell’s Core Area Redevelopment Plan Inches Forward

As city officials strive for nearly $10 million in federal grant funding, Kalispell’s core area redevelopment plan continues to materialize. The expansive revitalization project could begin transforming parts of downtown within five years by replacing the railroad tracks with a pedestrian pathway and reconnecting disjointed streets and neighborhoods into a cohesive grid, according to city staff ...

Chocolate Pudding with Salted Caramel Sauce

Desserts served at the FVCC Chef’s Table dinners, like this chocolate pudding, are designed to evoke nostalgia and deliver a complex culinary experience. This pudding will be a favorite on its own, but you can make it even more intriguing by serving it with the slightly bitter salted caramel sauce and deeply caramelized brioche croutons.

Western Officials Discuss Taking Land From Feds

SALT LAKE CITY — Officials from nine Western states say it's time they take control of federal lands within their borders. The lawmakers and county commissioners met at Utah's Capitol on Friday to discuss their joint goal of wresting oil-, timber- and mineral-rich lands away from the feds.

Browning, Blackfeet Utility Dispute Goes to Court

GREAT FALLS — Browning officials say Blackfeet tribal leaders are mailing false billing notices to residents in an attempt to take over the towns' water, sewer and garbage services. The town filed a complaint in U.S. District Court alleging fraud and racketeering by the Blackfeet Tribal Business Council. The complaint alleges that a tribal attorney stole the town's utility customer lists.

Lost Bird

1:16 p.m. A man called in searching for his missing bird. 4:22 p.m. A Trails End Drive resident reported that someone let their dog out and then reported it as loose. Apparently, this is an ongoing problem.

KAJ Flathead

Kalispell, MT | Continuous News and Weather

BOSTON - As 36,000 marathoners get ready to pound the streets of Boston on Monday, authorities have their own mammoth task ahead: trying to keep all 26.2 miles of the course safe.

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TOSTON - The Montana Department of Natural Resources & Conservation (DNRC) has one hydroelectric dam in Montana - and it's undergoing huge repairs to make sure it operates more efficiently, so they can continue irrigation for farmers and generate enough revenue to maintain all 20 DNRC dams across the state.

KCFW Kalispell

Glass recycling growing in Flathead County

A new business in the Flathead is hoping to reduce the amount of waste going into the county landfill by recycling something that the county currently doesn't.

Idaho plant worker injured in flash fire

Officials say a worker was injured when a flash fire ignited at a Malad City white pumice extraction and refining facility.

Cable customers report Charter outage around Kalispell

Many of our NBC Montana viewers in the Flathead have reported throughout the day that they are not receiving a signal from the Charter Cable television provider.

Whitefish man discusses experiences on Mount Everest

An avalanche buried and killed at least 13 people, with more injured and missing. It's the deadliest recorded accident on Mount Everest.

Flathead County's Herron Park recieves grants

The most popular park in Flathead County is continuing to grow.

Missoulian

Missoula Commissioner Carey refuses to explain extended absence

Missoula County Commissioner Bill Carey left his duties for five weeks in late 2012 with no explanation to the public.

Montana marathoners make their way to Boston

Fleet feet and fate kept Montana runners out of harm’s way last April when bombs went off in Boston.

Study finds mercury-tainted fish in Glacier's Lake McDonald

WEST GLACIER – A “first-of-its-kind” study released last week discovered mercury in fish in some of the most remote and pristine lakes and streams in national parks across the western United States and Alaska – but it wasn’t a surprise to Glacier National Park fisheries biologist Chris Downs.

Missoula Housing Authority budget cuts leave more families homeless

Unpredictable funding and federal budget cuts have put a pinch on the Missoula Housing Authority and its ability to move a growing number of clients into long-term housing.

Ban on all marijuana proposed for Montana ballot

HELENA – A Billings businessman has proposed an initiative for the November 2014 ballot that effectively would ban the possession, use, cultivation, trafficking and transportation of marijuana in Montana.

KPAX Missoula

Missoula, MT | Continuous News and Weather

MISSOULA - University of Montana athletes competed in the world's fastest field sport on Saturday afternoon - the ancient Irish game of hurling, that has been played for more than 3,000 years.

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BOZEMAN - A Jardine landowner was found to be justified in shooting a bison, after he felt threatened by the animal.
       
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