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Montana Nurse Practitioners Defraud Medicare for over $8 million

Two Montana nurse practitioners have been sentenced to prison after conspiring to defraud Medicare out of over $8 million between them. Public Information Officer Clair Johnson Howard with the The United States Attorney’s Office of Montana reported on Friday that 34 year-old Janae Nichole Harper of Kalispell and 54 year-old Mark Allen Hill of North Dakota were sentenced to less than a year in prison, but are required to reimburse Medicare for nearly $13 million.
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The Most Googled Questions About the Olympics, Answered!

Welcome to PopCrush's Daily Break! Here's a breakdown of today's hottest pop culture and lifestyle stories as heard on PopCrush Nights, airing across the country. Check out these burning Olympics questions, the rock star getting his own rest stop and more, below. The Most Googled Questions About the Olympics, Answered!
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A New Montana Wolf Endangered Species Battle Begins

It seems like it's been awhile, yet at the same time, they never seem far away from controversial Montana wildlife news. The latest in the Wolf Wars saga began yesterday (Thursday) when wildlife advocates sent a formal petition to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to relist gray wolves as an endangered species throughout the western United States, including of course Montana. The move is in response to new laws in Idaho and Montana intended to reduce wolf populations.
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Over Half Of New Pet Owners In Montana Have “Pet Regret”

It's a story you probably heard a lot over the course of the pandemic, and maybe you even experienced it yourself. When lockdowns went into place and we all were staying at home for quarantine, a lot of people started to have a lot more time on their hands and were feeling a little lonely. As a result, many of them ended up adopting a new pet - pet adoption rates around the country spiked in 2020, and a lot of people found themselves with a new dog or a new cat to wait out the pandemic with.
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Find 20 Acres of Montana Lawn And Fill It With People

Daly Days this weekend in Hamilton celebrates the Bitterroot legacy of Marcus and Margaret Daly, founders and benefactors of the town of Hamilton. The Hamilton Downtown Association and others have a great weekend scheduled on Main Street, but the Daly Mansion grounds northeast of Hamilton is an equally important destination Saturday.
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Britney Spears’ Former Manager Leaks Alleged Voicemails: ‘My Father Has Threatened Me Several Times’

Britney Spears' ex-manager has released a handful of private voicemails that allegedly contain audio of the pop star condemning her conservatorship in no uncertain terms. Sam Lufti, who claims to have managed the "Toxic" singer between 2007 and 2008, reportedly leaked four voicemails he received from Spears. The voicemails, which were leaked in a series of Instagram posts, reportedly date back to 2009.
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10 Disney Movies That Deserve Their Own Rides

With the theatrical premiere of Jungle Cruise starring Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt, fans are already predicting which attractions from the Disney parks will be adapted into movies next. At the same time, we’re excited for the myriad of new movie-inspired rides coming to Disneyland and Walt Disney World. And while Disney has already teased some new developments for attractions based on Tangled, Frozen, and The Princess and the Frog, there’s still quite a few movies that aren’t represented by a ride in any of the parks.
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A Missoula Favorite Returns to Caras Park

One of the “must-do” things to do each summer is the Symphony in the Park concert at Caras Park. It’s always impressive, spectacular, and downright fun. The upcoming show is particularly special as it’s the first in-person performance since the pandemic, (and with the second wave approaching, could be our only chance to see ‘em, honestly) and the introduction of the new Music Director.
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Missoula Man Arrested for His Eighth DUI, Third Felony Offense

On Wednesday, a Missoula Police Department Officer observed a vehicle fail to yield for a pedestrian that had entered the crosswalk and utilized the flashing pedestrian sign. Police Public Information Officer Lydia Arnold explains. “An on duty detective in an unmarked car observed driving behavior that was dangerous to all...
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Get Your ‘Happy’ On For Hamilton’s Daly Days

Two days of great fun is upon us! Daly Days and the Bitterroot Brew Fest own this weekend in Hamilton. Daly Days is "first off the starting line" Friday with street and sidewalk sales throughout town and on Hamilton's Main Street. The Bitterroot Bouncers will have two bounce houses for the kids and a climbing wall.
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Reports of Card Skimmers and Bank Charges Around Missoula

It isn't a pleasant feeling to learn that somebody else has been spending your money. I just had it happen a couple months ago. We took a family road trip to Seattle back in March and shortly after returning I had a letter in the mail telling me I was overdrawn. It wasn't my main account - just one that had some rainy day funds that I used for gas station fill-ups on our trip. Somebody was able to get my card number and had made a number of purchases at walmart.com. Luckily, the bank looked into it and refunded me for the various withdrawals.
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An Awesome Monster Truck Will Be Destroying Cars in Missoula Next Weekend

It's crazy to even think about it - but summer is quickly slipping away. I don't want to startle you.....but Missoula County Schools have their first day of school on August 30. That's four and a half weeks! If right about now your thinking that you need to do something fun with the kids before they head back to class, or back to the kitchen table, or whatever it is we'll be doing when school starts.....here's an option for some fun that'll be happening right here in Missoula.
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The Latest Improvements to the M Trail in Missoula

While the views might not be as spectacular right now as they normally are (read smoke), the M Trail is still one of the most popular in the state. So, if you haven't hiked it in awhile, you might be pleased with some of the recent upgrades that make it more user-friendly and more durable from an environmental standpoint. It does get used a great deal, after all.
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Kelly Clarkson’s Ex Husband Aims to Be Montana Rancher

Here in Montana, there is a saying when it comes to making money. "If you want to make a million dollars, you got to start off with $2 million." It is not easy making money in Montana. Especially if you want to make money working the land and raising cattle. It is a back breaking job that takes tons of blood, sweat and tears. But, ranching should be easy when you got money bulging out of your wallet and a talented ex wife dishing out big bucks every month in spousal support.
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Scarlett Johansson Sues Disney Over ‘Black Widow’ Release on Disney+

Black Widow has fared reasonably well in movie theaters, all things considered. It’s grossed about $157 million in the United States, and over $320 million worldwide. That does rank among the lowest box-office totals ever for a Marvel Cinematic Universe film (currently only The Incredible Hulk is lower). But given that movie theaters have barely recovered from extended closures due to the Covid pandemic — which is far from over — those numbers are fairly impressive.
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Watch Hilarious Cat Videos On Display In Missoula Theater

The Roxy Theater has been getting back in the swing of things this summer, and it's been so great to see them pack more and more movies and events onto the schedule every week since they officially reopened. Right now, they're filling out the calendar for August with tons of classic films... but they also made some room for the return of one of their beloved annual events.