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Little Snowpack Left in Montana

Recent warm temperatures has put Montana snowpack at some of its lowest levels ever this April.

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Photo courtesy of NBC Montana
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Missoula and Mountain Water Attorneys Argue Over Admissible Documents

The Mountain Water condemnation trial on Thursday, March 19, featured a lot of arguing over what documents could or couldn’t be exposed in court. City attorneys complained that “thousands” of documents had been marked “For Attorney’s Eyes Only” by Carlyle and that this had made it difficult for the city to plan

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Mountain Water
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Mountain Water Employees Say “No” to City Employment, Accuse City Attorneys of Breaking the Law

During Missoula City Council’s Meeting of the Whole on Wednesday, February 18, city attorneys revealed information about the mediation between the city and Mountain Water Company.

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Adam Hertz
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Missoula Councilman Accuses Mayor of Exceeding Authority in Hiring Law Firms for Condemnation Lawsuit

On Wednesday, October 15, the Missoula City Council will meet to discuss an ordinance designed to extend the authority granted to Mayor John Engen to pursue the condemnation against Mountain Water Company.

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Bull trout
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High Temps Bring New Fishing Restrictions to the Bitterroot and Clark Fork Rivers

Montana Fish, Wildlife and parks is putting new fishing restrictions on both the Clark Fork and Bitterroot Rivers.

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Endangered Species Act Places Montana Town at Risk After Dam Replacement Delayed for Grizzly Bear, Bull Trout Study

The Flower Creek Dam in Libby is leaking. It was set for repairs this year, however, Libby Mayor Doug Roll says that a recent delay by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is putting his city at risk

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