Every once in a while it becomes apparent what a very small world it is. Color commentator for the Montana Grizzlies radio team, Scott Gurnsey spent over a half-an-hour with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie prior to his appearance at the Hilton Garden Inn for gubernatorial candidate Rick Hill.
University of Montana head football coach Mick Delaney is looking on the bright side as fall drills get underway for his young football team. With four quarterbacks that have virtually no college game experience, Delaney said they are competing hard for that starting role. Suspended quarterback Jordan Johnson has been charged with rape, and is not part of the team.
Early Sunday morning, the Gamble family from Seattle was driving through western Montana on their way to meet other family members for a trip to Yellowstone Park. That trip ended in tragedy as eight year-old Jacob Gamble was killed when an alleged drunk driver headed the wrong way down Interstate 90 crashed head-on into the Gamble’s red Honda.
37 year-old Michael Gauci was at first suspended from his job as a Missoula County corrections officer over an incident at Splash Montana where he allegedly videotaped two women in the family dressing room. Missoula County Sheriff Carl Ibsen announced Tuesday that Gauci has been terminated from his position.
In Missoula District Court Tuesday morning, now former University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson entered a plea of not guilty to the charge of sexual intercourse without consent. One of Johnson’s defense attorney’s, Kirsten Pabst said she would be filing a motion to dismiss the charges.
A 37 year-old Missoula man was taken into custody on Saturday at Splash Montana after he was caught allegedly videotaping adult women in the family changing area. Lieutenant Scott Brodie with the Missoula Police Department says the as yet unidentified man was in the handicapped restroom stall while he reached over the top to videotape the women.
Vann’s, Incorporated’s new CEO Jerry McConnell sent a letter Sunday to all employees regarding the company’s Chapter 11 Bankruptcy filing in Federal Bankruptcy Court. In the letter, attached below, McConnell explains what the Chapter 11 filing means to employees, customers, suppliers and vendors.
A family from Washington traveling east in a red Honda on I-90 early Sunday morning on their way to meet other family members to vacation in Yellowstone Park was struck head-on by a pickup truck traveling the wrong direction. The driver of the pickup truck was ejected from his vehicle and was pronounced dead at the scene. An 8 year-old boy, a passenger in the Honda was also killed in the crash.
University of Montana Athletic Director Jean Gee confirmed Friday that former Grizzly quarterback Jordan Johnson will be able to keep his athletic scholarship, should he decide to return to classes in the fall. Gee said that despite the charge of sexual intercourse without consent leading to Johnson’s suspension from the football team, his scholarship remains intact.
With a felony charge of sexual intercourse without consent pending against now former University of Montana quarterback Jordan Johnson, questions regarding his status as a student, as well as a student athlete, have surfaced.
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