Good morning and HAPPY HALLOWEEN!
On the Beacon this morning, Myers Reece profiles the dedicated Glacier Avalanche hockey team beginning practice. The body found in Glacier Park near Kintla Lake has been identified as a Pennsylvania executive who authorities believe killed himself with a gunshot to the chest. Two wolves in the Hog Heaven pack were killed west of Niarada yesterday after they attacked livestock. Four organizations came together as part of the National Parks Conservation Association’s climate change lecture series to discuss water use, and how it could be affected in Montana by global warming. Bigfork soccer won a string of upsets leading to a truly Cinderella season. And Warren Miller writes on how much you can tell about a person by their name.
Democrats had to modify an attack ad on Republican attorney general candidate Tim Fox after TV stations around the state refused to air it. A new poll shows the presidential candidates locked in a tight race in Montana, with Republican John McCain up 48 percent to 44 percent for Democrat Barack Obama, within the poll’s margin of error. Big Sky Resort just received a big $74-million cash infusion from a Florida real estate investment firm.
And finally, check out this new Bruce Springsteen video about a devil from south Jersey. Have a safe, spooky Halloween this evening.
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