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Missoula Police Department weekly crime report

800 block of Stoddard Street: Unlawful entry to residence where keys & cigarettes taken. 200 block of Edith Street: Unlawful entry to residence where laptop computer taken. 2200 block of Garland Drive: Digital camera taken after unlawful entry to residence. 1500 block of Cooley Street: Unlocked vehi

MISSOULIAN - 2017-11-19 07:00:00

Kegged wine and local farms: Rumour Restaurant goes beyond just talking sustainability

Colleen Powers, right, co-owner of Rumour Restaurant, new executive chef Gulsidel Velazquez, left, and Powers' husband John (not pictured) have worked hard to ensure the restaurant is sustainable. From a kegged wine system that cuts down on thousands of glass bottles every year to a mission to buy f

MISSOULIAN - 2017-11-19 14:00:00

Missoula College boosts economy by making sure grads are positioned for jobs

There is a strong demand for certain kinds of workers in Missoula, and local educational leaders are trying hard to keep up the pace of the supply. Officials at Missoula College have been tailoring their educational programs to fit the local industries and businesses that are struggling to find enou

MISSOULIAN - 2017-11-19 17:15:00

Local group gathers goods for Missoula refugee families

When she first heard about the drive to collect household goods for refugee families in Missoula, Jane Maggard only had one thought: What if the tables were turned? "What if it was my family?" Maggard said. "We're supposed to show love for our neighbor, and our neighbor is anyone who is in need." "T

BOZEMAN DAILY CHRONICLE - 2017-11-19 12:00:00

Share story of property tax increase

Property taxes in our community have increased astronomically (50-118 percent and more) on commercial properties from 2016 to 2017. Our property - 3004 Brooks Street - has had no improvements to land or buildings since 2010. Property tax bill: 2015: $5,563.73 2016: $6,016.04 2017: $13,087.02 (118 pe

MISSOULIAN - 2017-11-19 14:15:00

More foster kids to receive support from Missoula schools

Children in foster care will now receive the same services as homeless students from Missoula County Public Schools. Trustees updated board policies this week to reflect new federal requirements that, for the first time, differentiate between students who are homeless or in foster care as well as th

MISSOULIAN - 2017-11-18 01:58:00

Campaign complaint against Facebook page Vent Missoula dismissed

A campaign complaint brought against a politically leaning Facebook page was dismissed by the Commissioner of Political Practices in a one-time pardon. The decision, brought on a complaint filed by state Rep. Bryce Bennett (D-Missoula) against the Facebook page Vent Missoula, came Tuesday and dismis


Giant water filter to fill giant hole in Missoula's Caras Park

A construction worker waits Thursday afternoon above a big "smiley face" painted on the wooden frame that he was readying for placement in the pit (to the left) where a hydrodynamic separator is being installed beneath Missoula's Caras Park. The separator will screen water from downtown storm sewer


Pies donated to North Cottage in Norton, Friends of Elderly dinner in Mansfield

The Knights of Columbus, George C. Shields Council 420 at St. Mary's Parish in Mansfield just completed its third annual Thanksgiving Pie Sale. Parishioners ordered 281 freshly-baked pies from Montilio's Baking Company in Brockton and in turn generously donated 45 percent of the pies to other local

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-19 23:27:37

Norton water problems being addressed

NORTON - Local officials with recommendations from state and federal officials have come up with a plan to address longstanding concerns of residents over the quality of town water. U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., recently asked the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to look into the

SUN CHRONICLE - 2017-11-18 03:00:00

Cooking fire damages Norton home

NORFOLK - Town firefighters and police responded to an alarm at an unoccupied home on Holbrook Street and discovered a kitchen fire just after noon Friday. "Arriving first responders found the home filling with smoke and forced entry through a window to extinguish a fire on the stove," Fire Chief Co


Memorial service held for woman allegedly murdered by husband

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) - Family and friends came together Saturday morning to remember a Providence woman who was brutally murdered in her own home last week. More than 200 people packed into the funeral home to pay their respects to 44-year-old Maniriho Nkinamubanzi, who was found dead last Friday

WPRI - 2017-11-18 19:02:25

Heroux is walking into a sticky situation

State Rep. Paul Heroux hasn't been sworn in as mayor yet but he is already facing his first big controversy. The city must hold a special election to fill the House seat he is resigning to become mayor. Heroux would like to hold it the same day the city goes to the polls to vote on whether to approv

SUN CHRONICLE - 2017-11-19 05:15:00

Patient, caregiver; Husband, wife

A small yellow clip-on device at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute distinguishes patients from caregivers. "It's sort of a patient GPS," Scott Hathaway laughs. "In case we get lost. The doctors can find us." Looking around the waiting room, it can be hard to tell who's the caretaker and who's taking care

SUN CHRONICLE - 2017-11-19 04:35:00

Shea-Taylor: Giving the gift of gratitude

A pass-it-forward of everyday gratitude is now the annual holiday gift from me for adults in our herd of family and friends. With Thanksgiving hovering and ho-ho holiday music already tincturing airways - usually to sell commodities - what's coming is inescapable: The crush of piling up presents, ma

SUN CHRONICLE - 2017-11-19 05:15:00

Editorial: The right choice, albeit a bit late

Winston Churchill is said to have once observed that "Americans will always do the right thing, after they have done everything else first." Winston Churchill would have liked Paul Heroux. Attleboro's mayor-elect, after two weeks of swirling controversy, changes of course and criticism online and in

SUN CHRONICLE - 2017-11-19 05:15:00

In Whitman, Alabama, the love of food and people reigns supreme

Searching for some comfort food in Alabama has put me in the path of some neat people. We met Cathy, Samantha and Brandon, (who read Verse 16 for us), at a Vietnamese restaurant down in southern Alabama. This time around, on yet another food hunt, we met Han Vu and Dang Nguyen at a restaurant up in


Clear and Cool Weather on the Horizon

TONIGHT: Chilly conditions are expected as clear skies will allow our temperatures to drop into the upper 20s. Winds will be relatively light, but will shift to be from the north to the east overnight. MONDAY: The sunshine will remain and temperatures will remain fairly cool. Highs will be in the mi

WCBI.COM - 2017-11-19 22:30:24

Hamilton Woman Involved in Fatal Car Crash

HAMILTON, Miss. (WCBI) - Rhonda Savage of Hamilton was killed in a one vehicle wreck early Sunday morning. According to Monroe County Coroner, Alan Gurley, Savage was driving her Ford pickup east on Lackey Road when she lost control and hit some trees. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Monroe Co

WCBI.COM - 2017-11-19 21:50:40

VIDEO: MSU Athletes Give Back To Their Community

STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) - Mississippi State Athletes are taking a time out from the field to give back to their community. Thirty to forty athletes took time out of their day to help collect donations for United We Feed. The organization collects food for local food banks. Athletes and United Way B

WCBI.COM - 2017-11-19 04:43:06