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July 31, 2013


4:18 p.m. A Hodgson Road resident was “wary” of the solicitor at his door who wore a shirt proclaiming “I’m sexy and I know it.”

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson, who suggests this could be Anthony Weiner)


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Didn't Suspicious Estonians open for Slayer?

Carlos Danger -- The Gaucho Of Love! OLE!

We in New York are quite happy to export Senor Danger. He's also available for parties, preferably at Chuck E. Cheese.

And now, two unsuccessful encyclopedia salesmen.

"A Whitefish woman reported that her dog “destroyed” the neighbor’s chickens. She added that the neighbor was excessively rude about the whole ordeal."
Gee, the nerve of some people, leaving chickens out where the dog can get at them.

Apprently this answers the question none have been asking: Was he too sexy for his shirt?

oh, i wish i were a Flathead Mayor Weiner!
that is what i'd truly like to be :)
in Flathead they'd say 'May we see your weiner?!"
& everyone would be in love with me!!!!

Too sexy for Milan, New York and Japan...

But not Flathead County.

Wary is the only logical way to approach modern life.

hats off to ligirl.

I guess the Estonian salesmen are on the move again. Looks like they're headed (ever so slowly) toward Florida.

The Flathead Beacon must hate Dave. Every time he posts their url, they crash within an hour, probably because they only pay for enough bandwidth for a few hundred people to look at their site.

From Previous Police Blotters:
5:54 p.m. A concerned Kalispell man reported that his wife went shopping six hours ago and had yet to return. She returned home shortly after.

9:20 a.m. A Martin City man claimed that his brother stole his gun and he wanted to press charges. He called back later claiming that he found it under one of his blankets.

12:28 p.m. A Bigfork woman called in to complain that a local bar had live music until 1:30 a.m. She was advised that it was not illegal for bars to have live entertainment.

7:45 p.m. A Conrad Road resident reported that two men and a woman stopped by his house and asked for a beer. He suspects they were on their way to the cemetery.

11:08 p.m. A resident on Conrad Drive reported that the “rainbow people” were in town and suspected that they could be found at the cemetery.

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