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Posted: Saturday, May 21, 2005 1:00 am

The clues that led a convenience-store clerk to believe that a man was intoxicated were: His staggering, his harassment of customers, his slurred speech, and the open container of alcohol in his hand. He was gone when Kalispell police officers arrived.

So were the ducks that caused a traffic jam on Woodland Avenue and Second Street East. Ducks in the roadway were reported later on Main Street.

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