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Fishing Without Barriers 1
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Rodeo 1
 Vadeem Lemeza plays with his dog “Mishka” at his home in Missoula. Lemeza moved to Missoula from Belarus with his family in 1996 due to fears of religious prosecution following the collapse of the Soviet Union. Despite claiming himself as “Americanized” Lemeza lives with several fellow Belarusians including his wife Alla. Even “Mishka” is a tribute to Lemeza’s childhood home meaning “griz” in English.
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Conservation Easement 1
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Railroad Crossing 1
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Fishing Without Barriers 1Jaidah Fuller of Kila “drives” a fishing boat during Fishing Without Barriers on Flathead Lake on Thursday. Jaidah, who was shaken violently as a baby, joined 150 other participants to enjoy a day of fishing on the lake. According to Jaidah’s grandmother, Shawn Fuller, she “never ceases to amaze us, she keeps doing things they said she’d never do.” 
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Rodeo 1Duston Stephens of the University of Montana rodeo team sits atop his horse Ben before team roping practice at the Mytty Ranch near Lolo last Wednesday night. Stephens will be competing in the College National Finals Rodeo June 9-15 in Casper, Wyo., alongside Montana State’s Wyatt Bloom in the team roping competition.
 Vadeem Lemeza plays with his dog “Mishka” at his home in Missoula. Lemeza moved to Missoula from Belarus with his family in 1996 due to fears of religious prosecution following the collapse of the Soviet Union. Despite claiming himself as “Americanized” Lemeza lives with several fellow Belarusians including his wife Alla. Even “Mishka” is a tribute to Lemeza’s childhood home meaning “griz” in English.
Vadeem Lemeza plays with his dog “Mishka” at his home in Missoula. Lemeza moved to Missoula from Belarus with his family in 1996 due to fears of religious prosecution following the collapse of the Soviet Union. Despite claiming himself as “Americanized” Lemeza lives with several fellow Belarusians including his wife Alla. Even “Mishka” is a tribute to Lemeza’s childhood home meaning “griz” in English.
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Conservation Easement 1Gene Coughlin and Steve Kloetzel of The Nature Conservancy stand on a section of the Blackfoot River Ranch near Helmville on Tuesday. Coughlin, his brother Jay and neighboring rancher John Tracy Manley recently secured easements through Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks and bought former Plum Creek Timber Co. lands from TNC. The transaction marks a final step on the 89,000-acre conservation initiative led by the Blackfoot Challenge and TNC.
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Railroad Crossing 1Harlan Ockler, a Frenchtown businessman, stands by the railroad crossing on Beckwith Street. Montana Rail Link has proposed closing the crossing; however, many locals like Ockler use the crossing to take pressure off of downtown traffic. Without the crossing, all traffic in Frenchtown would be forced into one crossing.
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Strehlow 1Alaina Strehlow stands next to Rattlesnake Creek. Strehlow has spent many hours in the creek working as the volunteer coordinator for the Watershed Education Network. This fall she stopped working there in the interest of her Wildlife biology studies at the University of Montana.
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