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Help Riley

Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Help Riley

Raelene Norton posted this on Facebook (forwarded to her by the person who found Riley): Dear Great Falls Community, On the night of July 14th 2014, a female Pekingese mix was hit by a car between the block of 4800 and 5000 of 2nd Ave North and was left on the side of the road. Animal Control was notified by some good Samaritans and the dog was brought to the shelter after being seen by the shelter’s contracted vet. Since then owners have come forward. However, as we all are probably all too familiar, one can never be totally...

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Crop Face?

Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Crop Face?

We had a great weekend — day-trip to a really, really awesome place in Chouteau County that I will post about later — but when we got home, as always, I did more online digging to check out some of the stuff we had seen. Check out this Google map screenshot of an area that we drove through… Now let’s zoom in a bit…do you see it yet? More zoom — now you can see it! So…did somebody do that intentionally? Or is just a Rorschach-type thing that makes me think it looks like a face?

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ELMO’S Highwood Bar

Tuesday, July 8, 2014
ELMO’S Highwood Bar

The Highwood Bar (previously) has a new owner, a new name, and even a new menu! The sale just happened a few days ago — Dave and his wife (both retired Air Force) bought it, and are doing some mild renovation and updating. And best of all — in addition to the regular and legendary Friday Steak Night, they are now serving a few other items ALL THE TIME! So on Sunday, my wife and I took the gorgeous, relaxing 30-minute drive out to Highwood and for the first time ever, ate something OTHER than steak at what is...

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“wackiness”

Monday, July 7, 2014
“wackiness”

I’m not sure what Trib reporter Eric Dietrich’s definition of “wacky” is, but mine doesn’t include a man losing his house in a fire, or a woman and her dogs being attacked by a bear. UPDATE: Good move — they updated the article to remove the “wacky” part of the header on that section.

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