A brief respite from the flood waters of the Clark Fork River is allowing homeowners who have been evacuated a few precious hours to check on their property, keep pumps running and retrieve medications.
Missoula Police were busy over the weekend, chasing down at least two suspected car thieves. According to police Public Information Officer Travis Welsh, yet another car was reported stolen on Monday night May 21
Montana Attorney General Tim Fox, along with the attorneys general of Ohio and Washington, led a coalition of 39 state and territory attorneys general calling on congressional leaders to promptly pass measures to help hold opiod manufacturers accountable for their role in the current opiod epidemic.
While more than 60 homes along the Clark Fork River have had to be evacuated, Missoula law enforcement has made multiple attempts to try to evacuate a homeless encampment that can be seen near the river bank from the Reserve Street Bridge. Clark Fork Flood incident public information officer Mel Hol…