Good morning; on this date in 1969, Sesame Street premiered.
On the Beacon this morning, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says bear removals by officials managing grizzly populations are also the top cause of death among the bears, over the last decade. Flathead High’s Laurie Swindall is a proving a critical part of the team’s volleyball success. Kitchen Guy Chef Jim Gray is receiving a deluge of e-mail from French and Italian culinary purists taking him to task over some unorthodox advice. Four employees of Montana State Prison in Deerlodge are suspended after an inmate accused them of sexual misconduct. A 19-year-old man in Missoula has been arrested for trying to kidnap a woman. Lee’s Chuck Johnson notes that few Democratic state lawmakers were able to ride the coattails of successful candidates of their party higher up the ticket to victory in last week’s election. An MSU scientist is making world headlines with his discovery of a possible diesel-type fuel derived from a South American fungus.
And check out this video of an Englishman who beats the rush hour commute by kayaking to work. Have a great day.
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