It was starting to sink into folks that several cities in Montana, including Kalispell and Whitefish, would be conducting long range planning and site-by-site land development review under a new set of rules
Hundreds of housing units are cropping up in the once-empty area northwest of Kalispell. With limited resources at its disposal, one small, rural school district is left to accommodate the wave of new children moving to the area.
As conservation groups emerge from court victorious in their mission to stop controversial logging projects, the future of the Yaak Valley and its timber industry remains in limbo
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