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Tuesday 02/09/2016
Park visitation up in January
Posted: February 09, 2016

Following two consecutive years of record-breaking visitation, Glacier National Park could be off to another strong start this year, with a record 15,674 visitors passing its snow-covered gates in January.

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Lawsuit seeks tougher protections for grizzlies
Posted: February 09, 2016

The Alliance for the Wild Rockies on Tuesday filed a lawsuit in federal court to force the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to upgrade federal protections for grizzly bears in the Cabinet-Yaak ecosystem.

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Paraprofessionals undertake multitude of school duties
Posted: February 09, 2016

Paraprofessionals have a variety of roles in schools and are “right there with us,” according to East Evergreen Elementary second-grade teacher Mary Goldberg.

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Supreme Court puts Obama's Clean Power Plan on hold
Posted: February 09, 2016

WASHINGTON (AP) — A divided Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to halt enforcement of President Barack Obama's sweeping plan to address climate change until after legal challenges are resolved.

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Libby man charged with vehicular homicide
Posted: February 09, 2016

A 46-year-old Libby man has been charged for his alleged role in a fatal crash on Yaak River Road in August 2015.

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Eureka residents charged in counterfeit case
Posted: February 09, 2016

Two Eureka residents have been indicted on federal felony counterfeiting charges.

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Heroin trafficker receives a second chance from judge
Posted: February 09, 2016

A California man got a second chance to turn his life around recently when Flathead District Court Judge David Ortley granted him a deferred imposition of sentence for trafficking heroin in the Flathead Valley.

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Monday 02/08/2016
New map details Flathead Lake
Posted: February 08, 2016

Fans of Flathead Lake can now purchase a snazzy new map of the West’s largest natural freshwater body, courtesy the University of Montana biological station.

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Whitefish Winter Carnival Yetis gather for a game of football on Central Avenue in downtown Whitefish on Tuesday morning. The band of creatures is preparing for this year’s culmination of Carnival events, “Super Bowl Whitefish,” this weekend.

Whitefish Winter Carnival LVII takes over the weekend

Ah, Whitefish Winter Carnival. It’s that magical time of year sandwiched between the holiday stress and the blooming of spring.

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Premium EDITORIAL: Cities planning for summer rush

Summer always brings with it a bit of a conundrum when it arrives, finally, in the Flathead Valley. We wait longingly through months of gray days for those glorious three-plus months of pure outdoor pleasure. The valley’s challenge, though, has always been how best to accommodate the throngs of visitors who also have waited longingly for their very own Flathead or Glacier National Park experience.

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Frank Miele: Editor's 2 Cents

Premium COLUMN: Bern me twice, shame on me

Last week, I referred to Bernie Sanders as a “true believer” and acknowledged that his consistent, constant dedication to a cause makes him an attractive candidate to many Americans who have grown weary of politicians who pander, pivot and posture.

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Lynnette Hintze: As I See It

Premium COLUMN: ‘Orphan trains’ a compelling slice of history

There are plenty of good books out there to wile away the winter doldrums, but one in particular has left me wanting to learn more about the actual historical events on which the fictional novel was based.

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Trump wins New Hampshire primary easily; Kasich in second place

NASHUA, N.H. (AP) — Donald Trump nailed down a solid first electoral win in New Hampshire's presidential primary Tuesday, demonstrating his unorthodox campaign can translate large crowds at rambunctious rallies into the votes that determine delegates. His Republican rivals battled for second place, looking to break from the pack and ensure the survival of their campaigns.

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