Stories for September 2004

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Wednesday, September 29

September 29, 2004 midnight

LADC nixes CARD grant request

By Brent Shrum, Western News Reporter

September 29, 2004 midnight

Central School proving successful for students

By Paul Boring, Western News Reporter

September 29, 2004 midnight

AG says courts seek public access, involvement

By Roger Morris, Western News Publisher

Friday, September 24

September 24, 2004 midnight

Trustees threaten to move activities

By Paul Boring, Western News Reporter

September 24, 2004 midnight

Board continues to collect Œold school¹ info

By Paul Boring, Western News Reporter

September 24, 2004 midnight

Study eyes outsourcing losses

By Brent Shrum, Western News Reporter

Wednesday, September 22

September 22, 2004 midnight

Troy man charged with growing pot

A Troy man is facing felony charges after police executed a search warrant at his home and found that approximately 30 marijuana plants were being grown next to his residence in an outdoor plot.

September 22, 2004 midnight

Kootenai flows finally drop

Releases from Libby Dam dropped to 9,600 cubic-feet per second late Friday and are expected to be maintained through the end of September, according to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

September 22, 2004 midnight

Magazine gives falls high praise

By Paul Boring, Western News Reporter

Friday, September 17

September 17, 2004 midnight

Fourth eagle takes flight

By Roger Morris, Western News Publisher

September 17, 2004 midnight

Doctor calls for Libby unity

By Roger Morris,Western News Publisher

September 17, 2004 midnight

Libby scores show yearly improvement

By Paul Boring, Western News Reporter

Wednesday, September 15

September 15, 2004 midnight

Troy photographer releases elk book

By Roger Morris, Western News Publisher

September 15, 2004 midnight

Researchers look at autoimmune problems

By Roger Morris, Western News Publisher

September 15, 2004 midnight

Mill plan includes rec potential

By Paul Boring. Western News Reporter

Friday, September 10

September 10, 2004 midnight

County approves tax break for mine

By Brent Shrum, Western News Reporter

September 10, 2004 midnight

Nordicfest begins Friday

Nordicfest, Libby¹s annual festival of Scandinavian culture, celebrates its 20th anniversary this weekend.

September 10, 2004 midnight

Cabinet wilderness reaches 40th anniversary

The Wilderness Act celebrated its birthday last Friday, marking forty years of wildland reverence.

Wednesday, September 8

September 8, 2004 midnight

Windom says U.S. forces making a difference in Iraq

By Brent Shrum, Western News Reporter

September 8, 2004 midnight

Hikers hit Cabinet high points

By Paul Boring, Western News Reporter

September 8, 2004 midnight

Nine deaths linked to methadone

By Brent Shrum, Western News Reporter

Friday, September 3

September 3, 2004 midnight

Gateway signs getting pricey

By Brent Shrum, Western News Reporter

September 3, 2004 midnight

Hospital CEO resigns

Rick Palagi, CEO at St. John¹s Lutheran Hospital, announced his resignation Wednesday.

September 3, 2004 midnight

Weevil nursery planted near Libby

By Roger Morris, Western News Publisher

Wednesday, September 1

September 1, 2004 midnight

Steps taken to approve Eureka signs

By Roger Morris, Western News Publisher

September 1, 2004 midnight

No time for paperwork

EDITOR¹S NOTE: With the Libby Police Department the subject of recent criticism from downtown merchants for not doing enough to combat litter and vandalism problems on Mineral Avenue, Chief Clay Coker invited reporter Brent Shrum to ride along with him on a Saturday night patrol. The following is an account of the period from 8 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 28, to 1 a.m. on Sunday, Aug. 29.

September 1, 2004 midnight

Air crash scatters mail on mountain

The U.S. Postal Service is currently recovering mail and packages scattered southeast of Great Falls after an Aug. 17 airplane crash that killed two Kalispell men.