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This Week’s Trending Missoula Stories: June 21, 2013

Here’s a look at some of the biggest stories trending in Missoula from 107.5 Zoo FM

  • There are so many things to do with your day off this Fourth of July that it can be hard to decide what to choose. To help pick what to do with your extra day off, we’ve compiled a list of fun things and events to do this Independence Day. There is a little something for everyone, from movies and food, to beer and fireworks. Read More
  • The Sanders County Coroner has released the name of the suspect who was fatally shot by a Montana Highway Patrol trooper. Anastasia Burton, Deputy Communications Director for Attorney General Tim Fox released a statement on Friday afternoon.  Read More
  • A weary Missoula City Fire Chief Jason Diehl said Thursday evening that the fire at Vantage Villa apartments was one of the largest the city has seen in many years, so much so, that officials declared a general alarm just after arriving onscene. Read More
  • Travis David Crosby, 28, appeared injustice court via video from the Missoula County Jail and was charged with felony arson, after admitting to detectives that he had stared the fire that heavily damaged the Vantage Villa Apartments on June 13. Read More
  • There is a website known as that serves America with condoms and other safe-sex products. And they not-too-long-ago studied their database to find out with U.S. States are the most well-endowed. Here’s the results…  Read More
  • Named after the valley in which John Mayer has recently called home, “Paradise Valley” is a tribute to a nearby Bozeman region where he hangs his hat between tours. Channeling his inner Johnny Depp and “found myself in Montana” self on the album cover, Mayer recently hinted the release date of his latest album slated for August 13, 2013. Read More
  • Make no mistake, the ban on fireworks in the city of Missoula will be strictly enforced, perhaps for the first time in many years, on this coming Fourth of July holiday.  Read More
  • A transient from Philipsburg has been identified as the man who stood in the path of an oncoming Montana Rail Link train Monday evening near the Deer Creek shooting range, and was struck and killed without attempting to get out of the way.  Read More
  • Floating the river is an annual rite as cherished to Missoulians as the farmer’s market and Grizzly football games. Even though the river is a few summer days away from being in prime floating condition, you can get ready for that perfect day – after all it’s just around the corner. Start getting ready now. Read More
  • I received a Facebook message from a loyal listener today:
    Dead Aaron, Seeing Lil Wayne desecrate our nations flag during the filming of his latest music video is beyond acceptable. In my humble opinion, your radio station should consider pulling his songs off the air to show your support for our country. Read More
  • A national moving company unveiled the results of their annual moving study, where they look at people who moved from one state to another last year. And while some residents complain that Californians are taking over our neck of the woods, it’s really not as bad as it may seem.  Read More
  • Eleven people are dead after weekend crashes in Western Montana, three in Sanders County, five near Browning, two near Troy and one just east of Missoula.  Read More


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