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2:35 pm
Mon October 14, 2013

The "Intimacy of Violence"

Tamara Jones

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, Tamara Jones, knows more than most about the aftermath of tragedy.

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Commentary - October 14th, 2013
2:16 pm
Mon October 14, 2013

Montana’s Forest Products Week

This week marks the third annual Montana “Forest Products Week”.  In 2011, the state legislature set-a-side a week every October, in order to recognize the value of Montana’s forest products industry, their contribution to the management of our forest lands, and to the stability of Montana’s economy. 

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MTPR Program Highlights
1:23 pm
Mon October 14, 2013

October 17- 23, 2013

Here are MTPR program highlights for October 17-23, 2013.

THURSDAY- October 17, 2013

9:05 a.m.   Morning Classics – Raff: Suite in D minor, Op. 91; Martinu: Three Madrigals for violin and viola; Enescu: Violin Sonata #3 in A minor, Op. 25; Bartok: Divertimento

1:05 p.m   Women Are Not Men - Women are different from men in some key areas. For example, the data show that women don’t drown, edit Wikipedia, commit crime, or file patents at anywhere near the same rate as men do. How else are women different?

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Monday Poems
10:03 am
Mon October 14, 2013

"October Aspens"

To Love That Well: Selected and New Poems by Robert Pack

I see pale yellow aspen leaves
along the shaded background mountainside
which quake and quiver in the slightest wind
as if they are determined to maintain
their named identity in bold defiance
of the seasons' change to duller hues—
and share their mood of glum diminishing.
         So what is it about this momentary glow
of quaking yellow aspen leaves,
waving along white-grayish boughs,
accompanied by shrieking crows,
cascading under purple clouds,
that suddenly evoke in me a shudder
for all transient breathing things:

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Commentary - October 8, 2013
3:13 pm
Sat October 12, 2013

Veteran's Viewpoint

This is Dan Gallagher with Veteran’s Viewpoint. 

First of all, let me remind you that Veterans Day is coming up--Monday November 11th.  And again this year, American Legion Post #101will sponsor the Missoula Veterans Day ceremony on the county courthouse lawn, and, again, I will be organizing this event.

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Identical Folkies, Twin Quirkiness
11:19 am
Sat October 12, 2013

The Shook Twins

Laurie and Katelyn Shook

10/15/13: The Shook Twins, Laurie and Katelyn, bring their self-branded "quirky folk" to Musician's Spotlight. The identical twins honed their craft in Sandpoint, ID and have become favorites at festivals, clubs and concert halls since they relocated to Portland, OR, where their "quirkiness" has been welcomed with open arms. http://www.musiciansspotlight.org

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Glacier Park Shutdown
5:41 pm
Fri October 11, 2013

Local businesses talk of cancellations and early closure due to Glacier Park shutdown

West Entrance to Glacier Park
Katrin Frye

Businesses around the closed Glacier Park are feeling the pinch from the partial government shutdown. The fall is generally winding-down season as services in Glacier Park winterize. Many of the businesses have already shutdown for the season. Darwon Stoneman is owner, and one of the original founders of Glacier Raft Company in West Glacier, which started up in 1976. Stoneman says fishing and rafting are done this time of year, and they’ve closed up the retail shop, but they still offer cabin rentals.

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Commentary - October 11th, 2013
3:01 pm
Fri October 11, 2013

Uncover Missoula Fails to Recognize the True History of Missoula

According to an article in “Uncover Missoula, “a publication of the Missoulian newspaper the city’s history began in 1860 with a settlement known as Hell Gate. The standard article included in the past two editions failed to recognize important events relating to American Indians and their deep historical connection to Missoula.

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Park Furloughs
2:33 pm
Fri October 11, 2013

Furloughed park workers are disappointed – and angry

Glacier National Park public affairs officer Denise Germann

If reporters have a question about Glacier National Park, they usually first call the park's public affairs officer, Denise Germann.

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The Plant Detective
8:00 am
Fri October 11, 2013

Saw Palmetto II

Credit Anna Veltfort

October 12th & 14th, 2013: Saw Palmetto II: Extracts of the berries of saw palmetto are an effective remedy for mild to moderate Benign Prostate Hyperplasia, but its popularity is tough on the species. http://www.floradelaterre.com

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