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Posted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014 9:00 pm

The Flathead County Sheriff’s Office got a report Tuesday from a father worried about his daughter and a friend being overdue from a kayaking trip on the North Fork Flathead River. It turned out that one of the kayakers broke a paddle, and the two were stuck upstream from their intended takeout. They got off the river and were eventually located.

A Steel Bridge Road resident reported that a mailbox got blown up.

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