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Limits Suggested for Social Media
I had a story on the Craig & Al Morning Show recently about social media; texting, tweeting, Facebook, Twitter, et al. It basically said parents should pay attention to their children’s uses of them and limit that use.
Coal Burning Ban Proposed
Coal is big in Montana. There are vast coal beds in eastern Montana and the northeast corner of Wyoming. Much of that coal moves through Missoula on a regular basis bound for shipping ports on the West Coast. A large share of that coal is bound for China...
Tantrums,Tackles and Records Set
Boy there was some wacky football in the pros this past weekend. Tantrums, one handed catches, scary tackles, record setting returns and lots more.  I found a place that compiled a bunch of these along with some great comments. Check it out...
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You Could Win A $500 Gift Card
We’re into Phase 2 of the Dead Elk contest on KYSS FM. Our winner on Phase 1 was James French from out by Plains. Talk about lucky. He’s all set to head out later this week for a 15 day hunt in the Bob Marshall Wilderness.  His son got an elk opening weekend so the freezer is gettin…
Better Be Bear Aware
FWP Bear Management Specialist, Jamie Jonkel  says this has been an especially busy fall for grizzly bear activity in Region 2, measured in reports he has received from archery and bird hunters.  Jonkel notes that he continues to get a number of reports of grizzlies in the Blackfoot and Clearwater d…
Tickets for Griz/EWU Available
Big game for the Griz this weekend and there’s a lot of fan interest. I’ve heard from several people looking for tickets. I went on line to see what the market was like and was really quite surprised. Prices on craigslist varied from $80 to $150 per seat...
Chickens Crossing the Road
With the renewed interest in raising chickens in Missoula and the urban areas I thought I’d bring this to the attention of fowl lovers. As we all know chickens love to cross the road, why you might ask, here are some answers;
Q: Why did the chicken run across the road...

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