Maybe the coyote wanted to walk, too

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A man called the Whitefish Police Department to report that a coyote was following him while he was walking his dog on U.S. 93 West.

A Wisconsin Avenue resident called police about someone nearby allegedly using a chainsaw in the dry grass.

A bystander called police about a couple who were allegedly fighting on Baker Avenue. The fight was reportedly getting physical between the pair, with a group of other bystanders nearby. Officers made contact with the fighters and the group. Everyone refused medical assistance, no one wanted to press charges and the group was separated.

The Bad Rock Fire Department responded to reports of an illegal burn on Montana Highway 206.

The Coram-West Glacier Fire Department responded to reports of an illegal burn on Glacier Avenue.

The Columbia Falls Police Department responded to reports of an illegal burn on U.S. 2 East.

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Fairgrounds growth spurs request for events coordinator

January 18, 2018 at 5:25 pm | Daily Inter Lake The Flathead County Fair Board has asked the county commissioners to consider hiring a full-time event coordinator to keep pace with a growing activity level at the county fairgrounds in Kalispell. ...

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Woman charged in murder case accepts plea deal

January 18, 2018 at 1:15 pm | Daily Inter Lake Heather Meeker’s tampering with evidence charge in the murder of Anthony Andrew Walthers was dropped in Flathead District Court on Thursday and she was released from custody. Meeker’s release was th...

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Council OKs funds for new bike path

January 18, 2018 at 12:09 pm | Daily Inter Lake Kalispell City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved a motion to accept $251,152 of federal and state funds to build a pedestrian and bike path along U.S. 93 in front of the Kalispell Youth Athleti...

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Women’s March planned in Kalispell

January 18, 2018 at 12:38 pm | Daily Inter Lake Kalispell will join dozens of communities across Montana holding a localized Women’s March Jan. 20 in Depot Park in downtown Kalispell. In January 2017, over 10,000 people joined together for the st...

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