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Steve Fullerton

A long time ago, on a cold winter's night, in a hospital that is now the Ravalli County Administration Center, I was born. I remember listening to the radio throughout my life here in the Bitterroot Valley and was really impressed (as much as a little kid can be impressed) when Hamilton got its own station, KLYQ, in 1961. Little did I know that I would spend most of my adult working life at the station. Writing and drawing my way through school and college, I found that talking was fun, too, and radio obliged. Now with KLYQ's recent change to Oldies, it's like I'm young again... then I look in the mirror.
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Ventriloquist Jeff Dunham Brings ‘Disorderly Conduct’ Tour to the Adams Center in Missoula

With a purple peanut, a cranky Walter, a dead terrorist named Achmed and a jalepeno-on-a-stick, ventriloquist Jeff Dunham will definitely be guilty of "Disorderly Conduct" April 25 at The University of Montana Adams Center in Missoula.

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This long-eared owl is nesting in Western Montana. (Photo - explore.org)
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Montana Long-eared Owl Is on ‘Big Brother’ 24-hour Camera

Probably, this owl will be named by somebody out there as Explore.org watches 24/7 for babies to hatch and flight school to begin.

Denver Holt, director of the Owl Research Institute in Charlo, tells the Associated Press that he thinks there are four or five eggs in the nest, which is in some willow thickets in Montana

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Jan Carmody (center), Livia Reutov (left) and Nicole Anderson (right) check out the printed copy of "Rolling Roots." (HHS Photo)
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Hamilton High School Students Publish “Rolling Roots” Magazine

The Hamilton High School creative writing class has accomplished what many authors always hope to do - be published.

"Rolling Roots" is the first-ever Hamilton High School literary magazine, published online (and hard copy) by the class with Treering Publishing

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Detail from "Graduation Matters" poster
Detail from "Graduation Matters" poster
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Montana School Superintendent Juneau Wants Older Dropout Age

More funding for the Montana Digital Academy and a statewide raising of the dropout rate to age 18 from 16. That's what Denise Juneau, Office of Public Instruction Superintendent, wants to push through the legislature

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The Stevensville Montana Drivers Exam office has a fun Santa display. (KLYQ Photo)
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NORAD Welcomes Santa Again This Year Online

We're pretty sure that Santa has more than a learners permit to drive that sleigh, but the Montana Drivers Exam Office in Stevensville thinks it might have happened. Their "Student Driver" display is part of its entry in the Stevensville Main Street Business Decoration contest

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Victoria Valley, Antarctica
The research field camp on Lake Vida, Victoria Valley, Antarctica. (courtesy of Desert Research Institute, Reno Nev.)
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Antarctic Study Co-Authored by Fritsen of Corvallis

Christian Fritsen, formerly of Corvallis, Montana, and a former post-doc researcher at MSU Bozeman, has co-authored a study on bacteria that live in an under-ice lake in Antarctica.

Fritsen, polar scientist John Priscu and Alison Murray of the Desert Research Insitute of Reno, Nevada, published the study this week in the "Proceedings of the National Academy of Science

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