These Murder/True Crime shows are all the rage. Everywhere I go, people are talking about "Did you listen to this one? Did you watch the documentary? Oh, I have one that you HAVE to see!" I'll be honest, outside of Keith Morrison and Dateline NBC, I've never really been into listening to such things. First off, it's a little creepy. Second, I was an actual witness to one, well, not the murder part, but the get rid of the body part.
The Clark Fork river reached its flood stage on Wednesday night at 7.5 feet, according to meteorologist Brian Conlin with the National Weather Service, who spoke to KGVO news at about 3:30 Thursday morning.
Joe Blattner is the Chief of Missoula County Search and Rescue, the group of men and women volunteers who stand ready to respond at a moment’s notice to any kind of rescue, in all weather and all seasons.
Rain has been falling steadily all night around western Montana, according to meteorologist Leeanne Allegretto with the National Weather Service Office in Missoula. She provided the overnight numbers as of 4:00 a.m.
With the heavy rain that Missoula has received over the past 24 hours, there has been some concern that rivers might have more water overflowing their banks, but the National Weather Service says not necessarily