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Going to the Sun Road is open, but be prepared for winter-like conditions at Logan Pass. The Visitor Center opens Saturday. (NPS Photo)
Going to the Sun Road is open, but be prepared for winter-like conditions at Logan Pass. The Visitor Center opens Saturday. (NPS Photo)
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Going-to-the-Sun Road Now Open for the Season

Drivers Encouraged to Drive with Care

WEST GLACIER, MONT. – Beginning today, vehicle access through Logan Pass on the Going-to-the-Sun Road in Glacier National Park is now open for the season...

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Bowling Fail
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Right Down Your Alley

Not that I'm so smart, but I've put together a sports trivia question on BOWLING for tomorrow (Saturday) morning on Puffman Sports Trivia. This should fit in well with my Saturday morning sports trivia contest because often times, the trivia phones lines are so quiet that I can hear a PIN drop...

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Bikes R Burnin’ & Poker Run’s Runnin’

The High Plains Drifters & Warrior Creed Veterans Motorcycle Clubs will be holding their Burning Bike Rally (Holy Blazes!) & Poker Run THIS Saturday. Sign u...

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Ringside Ribs Grover 2015
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C U @ The Rib House

How about this cool headline on my Puffman Blog? Am I hip or what! If I become any more hip, I'll have to stop eating square meals. We WILL be at Ringside Ribs this afternoon (Thursday) for our monthly Mental Health Advisory Board meeting...

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Glacier Co. provisional Vote count changes winner

(CUT BANK) – IT DID CHANGE THE OUTCOME IN THE GLACIER COUNTY COMMISSIONERS RACE.   THE CLERK AND RECORDER’S OFFICE TODAY (Wed.) COUNTED 131 PROVISIONAL BALLOTS AND ADDED THE TOTALS TO THE UNOFFICIAL COUNT FROM LAST TUESDAY’S PRIMARY AND AS EXPECTED IT DID CHANGE THE WINNER IN THE DEMOCRATIC GLACIER COUNTY COMMISSION RACE...

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UM researcher Rebecca Bendick, left, UM grad student Ellen Knappe and Nepali villagers install an earthquake sensor in the Himalayan foothills. (UM Photo)
UM researcher Rebecca Bendick, left, UM grad student Ellen Knappe and Nepali villagers install an earthquake sensor in the Himalayan foothills. (UM Photo)
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UM Researcher Helps Break Ground on Forecasting Earthquakes

MISSOULA – A University of Montana researcher is part of a team whose research is breaking ground on the complexity of earthquakes and the possibility to forecast them...

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Teapot MET detonated on a 400-foot tower over Frenchman Flat on April 15, 1955, with a yield of 22 KT. (Photo courtesy of National Nuclear Security Administration/Nevada Site Office)
Teapot MET detonated on a 400-foot tower over Frenchman Flat on April 15, 1955, with a yield of 22 KT. (Photo courtesy of National Nuclear Security Administration/Nevada Site Office)
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UM Mansfield Library Exhibits ‘Fact and Fiction of the Nuclear Age’

MISSOULA – After the United States dropped devastating bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, Japan, in 1945, killing an estimated 100,000 people, messages of hope and destruction reverberated throughout American media...

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It’s Going 2 B A Hoot Up In Coutts

There'll be a ton of "Loot" this weekend in Coutts. It's the Second Annual Coutts Days Art, Craft & Trade Show THIS Saturday & Sunday & you're invited!. The week...

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