A Marion man asked his fiancé to move out of his house. It was not going well.
A Kalispell resident apparently called 911 by mistake. When the dispatcher called back to make sure that everything was OK, the resident was reluctant to give too much information and asked, “How do I know you’re the real 911?”
A Columbia Falls man said his neighbor covered his car in “beans and cereal.” The man said that if a sheriff’s deputy didn’t show up soon he would “take things into my own hands.”
A man at Whitefish Mountain Resort was upset that security had kicked him off the property because he was trying to build and reside in an igloo.
A Kalispell man was “high as a kite and causing a ruckus.”
A Bigfork man called 911 to report some problems with his “nemesis across the street.”
A Columbia Falls man declared that he was going to assault his neighbor if he plowed snow into his front yard one more time.
Multiple vehicles got stuck in a snowdrift on Wishart Road in Columbia Falls. Officials said they were aware of the threat to public safety that the road posed and that county plow truck drivers would take care of it when they got to work the next day.
A dog named “Lucky” got lucky when he jumped a fence and got a taste of freedom.
A drunk guy crashed his van into a snow bank in Hungry Horse.
A Whitefish couple was screaming at each other on Valentine’s Day.
Someone was spinning brodies in a Kalispell parking lot.
A chocolate Lab was found in the Kalispell area.
Revelers were blasting loud music and lighting off fireworks in Kalispell.
A moose was on the loose in a Libby neighborhood.