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New Bridge Pizza site on Brooks Street gets tax help from Missoula agency
The Missoulian
The owners of the popular Bridge Pizza plan to build a second location on Brooks Street in the old Tower Pizza, and on Thursday the Missoula Redevelopment Agency's Board of Commissioners unanimously approved reimbursing them roughly $80,000 for ...


Missoula neighborhood aims to reconnect after a crime-filled sum ...
KPAX-TV
This weekend, residents who live around Strand and Kensington will gather for a block party to reconnect as neighbors and to work together to make the area ...

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Missoula student is a Top 30 finalist for a nationwide STEM competition
ABC FOX Montana News
A Missoula student, Julian Bain, was named a Top 30 finalist in the Broadcom Masters, the nation's most prestigious science, technology, engineering and math competition for middle school students. Julian was an 8th grader here at the Missoula ...



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City's largest sculpture welcomes visitors to brand-new Missoula College
ABC FOX Montana News
In Montana's largest-ever 'Call for Art,' a Bozeman artist is selected to beautify the brand-new Missoula College building. And he did it by creating the city's largest sculpture. Ole Nelson is the mastermind behind the work-of-art. The 32-foot-tall ...



KPAX-TV
Bears are everywhere across Western Montana
KPAX-TV
MISSOULA – State wildlife officials report that they have been busy with reports of black bears in fruit trees and getting into garbage across Western Montana. Bears are entering hyperphagia and are feeding excessively to gain weight for winter, so ...







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