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Yesterdays: Sewage spilled into Lake McDonald

70 years ago

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Public hearing on four-plex is next week

The Columbia Falls City-County planning board will have a public hearing at 6:30 p.m. June 9 to consider a planned unit development in the city for a four-plex housing unit.

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City council gives kennel a green light

The Columbia Falls City Council Monday night approved a conditional use permit for a new dog kennel business on Rogers Road.

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The Blotter: Neighbor throwing eggs into yard

Wednesday, May 27

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Class of 2020: Schmidt looks to career in surgery, will study at Dartmouth

Claire Schmidt has been a dancer since she was young. But a recent knee injury just may have helped get her into an Ivy League School.

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Class of 2020: When she was down, nurses lifted her up, now she will be one

Columbia Falls senior Kimberly Peacock spent a solid year of her high school career battling cancer.

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Class of 2020: Conger will study at Stanford, with focus on environment

Columbia Falls senior Laney Conger said the landscape that surrounds her was definitely an influence in her future career choice. She’ll graduate tops in the...

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Class of 2020: Pickard has been great at drumming up success in life

Columbia Falls senior Anna Pickard enjoys playing drums. The skill turned out to be a good way to vent a little energy during the coronavirus crisis that cli...

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Columbia Falls voters pass resort tax

Columbia Falls city voters approved a new 3% resort tax in the primary election, 610-500.

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Glacier Park will reopen June 8, but only until 4:30 p.m. to start

For the Hungry Horse News

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Wilderness Foundation looking for Montana volunteers

Officials with the nonprofit organization that spearheads trail maintenance in the sprawling Bob Marshall Wilderness have made several adjustments to its upc...

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Man who raped teen is now back in jail

A former Columbia Falls man who raped a teenage girl while she slept is accused of violating his probation and is back in jail.

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County commissioners boost elected officials pay by 3 percent

The Flathead County commissioners unanimously voted to increase salaries of elected officials at the commissioners meeting last week.

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City plans to open its pool, but logistics are still a concern

The City of Columbia Falls plans on opening the Pinewood Park pool this summer, though there will likely be some changes to ensure at least some social dista...