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missoulian.com — ON FLATHEAD LAKE - When Jason Mahlen wins his first Mack Days championship on Sunday - there's no way anyone in the field will catch him - he'll have Mike Benson to thank for it.
thegoat.backcountry.com — Grizzly Bear Eats GoPro By Rocky Thompson on May 17th, 2013 Biologist Brad Josephs set up a GoPro to capture some footage of a grizzly bear in Alaska. It went better than planned. Watching it, you get a good idea of what it'd look like if a bear ever decided to casually eat you.
missoulian.com — YORK - Fredrick Maw of Helena is in custody in connection with wildfires in at least three locations in recent days, including Tuesday's 55-acre blaze near the historic McMaster ranch, a five-fire complex near Nelson on Wednesday and a fire near Priest Pass last week. The 18-year-old was arrested at about 5:50 p.m.
missoulian.com — KALISPELL - The sprawling, multiyear rehabilitation project on the Going-to-the-Sun Road continues this summer in Glacier National Park and, with the lion's share of the work behind them, park officials are anticipating a completion date in early 2017.
missoulian.com — If you come to a certain bend in the Big Blackfoot River above the mouth of Belmont Creek on a summer morning, you'll glimpse the rhapsody of these waters. "At about 10 o'clock, when the sun's coming up to the east, it shines down through this curve," Jerry O'Connell explains, animating the scene with his hands.
missoulian.com — After approaching too close to a nest, a great blue heron gets attacked from behind by a territorial red-winged blackbird in a natural drama being played out Monday afternoon at the cattail ponds near the intersection of Bancroft Street and Southwest Higgins Avenue.
facebook.com — The Pengelly Double Dip (long course) IS FULL. For the first time in its 10-year history, we have reached the 200 runner limit allowed by our Forest...
missoulian.com — Runners who were undecided about whether to run the full Missoula Marathon or the half no longer have a choice. Registration for the full 26.2-mile marathon on Sunday, July 14, topped out last week, said marathon coordinator Anders Brooker. This is the first year the marathon has had a cap.
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