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September 23, 2016


5:43 p.m. A local boy lied to his parents about his homework.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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Reminds of a friend of my son when they were in high school. When threatened she was legally responsible for her son, the friend's mother told school administrators her son stayed up late playing video games and couldn't get out of bed in the mornings and be on time to school. Like for 220 consecutive days. Could they (the school) help? Not long after the police showed up at the door long before the bell rang to assist the truent teen out of bed and gave him a ride to school He, I'm sure, never forgot.

It seems to me that they have a lot of "free range dogs" in Flathead Country (no misspelling here).

Qaz, I believe there are more free range dogs than human residents in Flathead County.

Not just free range dogs...

a previous edition of the police blotter has this entry:

4:43 p.m. A free-range toddler was spotted roaming the back seat of a Honda that was traveling through Columbia Falls.

and still the united nations does nothing.

Isn't "free range" usually applied to animals that are consumed errr...eatened ? I see a BIG novel called "To Live and Die in Flathead County".

This is why cops have guns

Sounds like Flathead County is pure mayhem.

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