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 By Deirdre McNamer/New York Times-Opinion Pages Missoula, Mont. Sometimes I’ll sit on the front steps of our yellow bungalow and think about swimming up through 2,000 feet of water to catch a breath. It’s what I would have had to do 12,000 years ago when the Missoula Valley was the bottom of a stupendously big […]

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By Allison Lynn/MSN In many ways, Stuart Isett’s situation typifies the recent housing slump. After trying unsuccessfully to sell their home outside Chicago last year, Isett and his family recently put the home back on the market with a lower price and renewed hopes. But Isett also is in the unfortunate position of seeing the […]

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Article from Missoula – to see full article click HERE After years of work and hours of public comment, the Missoula City Council unanimously approved a development plan for the Champion mill site. On Tuesday morning, participants were exhausted but celebratory over the decision late Monday night. Every council member was present, and even those […]

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Article from Missoulian – to read full article click HERE Big projects often mean big protests at Missoula City Council meetings. A plan to create an urban village with a mixture of housing and commercial development at the old Champion mill site was big – but protesters didn’t seem to be flocking to the microphone […]

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