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1 Rocky Mountain trout swim against climate threats | Events | jhnewsandguide.com
2 Whitefish to reimburse food bank for expansion project fees
3 Letters to the editor May 13
4 New Legislation Voids Whitefish Mask Ordinance Days Before Expiration
5 Whitefish mulls mandatory curbside recycling
6 Boat inspections at Whitefish Lake down slightly last year
7 This Week, April 28 | Jackson Hole Daily | jhnewsandguide.com
8 Classical music: The self-taught clarinettist who brought Brahms out of retirement
9 UM researcher studies effects of climate change on Montana's aquatic ecosystems
10 City provides refund of fees to food bank for expansion project
11 Kalispell Avenue residents aim to preserve character of neighborhood
12 Music Mondays becomes Cornell Concert Series, kicks off Jan. 31
13 Forgotten by violinists: Brahms's op.120 Sonatas | Focus
14 Whitefish COVID-19 Task Force Hopes Unified Message Will Help Slow Spread
15 Whitefish passes emergency mask ordinance
16 Bill limiting local authority passes 2nd reading in House
17 Whitefish Enacts Halloween Restrictions on Bars, Restaurants
18 Whitefish Mayor says man who confronted protesters doesn't represent town's beliefs
19 Katherine Muhlfeld, Daniel Burton-Morgan
20 Trout in hot water: A call for global action
21 Whitefish native Jake Sanderson's long, winding journey leads him to cusp of Montana hockey history
22 'We are struggling'
23 Flathead County, Whitefish to Consider New COVID-19 Restrictions
24 Brahms: Sonatas Op 120 review – A redefined approach to music
25 Despite glacier loss, meltwater species find a way to persist, UM study finds
26 Ottawa Senators Draft Whitefish Native Jake Sanderson
27 Leaders criticize Flathead Health Board's inaction on COVID-19, community reaction mixed
28 Change In Government Brings Changes In Montana's Mask Mandates
29 As Glaciers Retreat, Mountain Biodiversity Persists
30 INTERIOR: Relentless media 'storm' batters Zinke's tiny hometown
31 Whitefish Mayor orders local emergency
32 Study: Rare aquatic species can adapt to glacier melt
33 The San Francisco Ruling Class Is United in Their Hatred of the City's Socialists
34 Glacier Park's Stoneflies Occupy More Habitat Than Once Thought, Researchers Say
35 Whitefish City Council approves resolution encouraging masks
36 Watery garden of Eden: Lo, bull trout findeth refuge in remote Glacier lake
37 Whitefish to enact emergency ordinance to keep mask mandate in place
38 How trucking baby eels past dams on the Susquehanna River revived an ecosystem
39 Bullock Requests Closure of Glacier National Park Amid COVID-19 Concerns
40 Clement Lee Counts III, Renaissance man
41 Whitefish votes to shift direction of City Council to the left
42 Whitefish Asks Hotels, Short-Term Rentals to Stop Accepting Reservations
43 Pressure Intensifies on County to Remove Health Board Member
44 Whitefish Adopts Mask Resolution
45 Whitefish prohibits non-essential reservations in motels, rentals
46 Melissa Hartman resigns from City Council, Ben Davis tapped to fill position
47 Congress must pass Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act: Here's why
48 Podcast: Local COVID-19 Update for March 31
49 In The Rockies, Climate Change Spells Trouble For Cutthroat Trout
50 Whitefish leaders testify against housing bill
51 Housing Lawsuit an Abuse of Legal System
52 Brahms: where to start with his music | Classical music
53 Whitefish City Manager Resigns
54 City examines how accessory apartments could add to more housing
55 Climate Change Impacts Push Glacier Park Stone Flies To 'Threatened' Status
56 Sanderson Wins World Junior Gold
57 Glacier National Park reshuffles native trout — High Country News – Know the West
58 Whitefish Mayor Seeking Third Term
59 Whitefish City Council Approves Apartments with Tie-breaking Vote
60 2 insect species classified as threatened as glaciers melt
61 Lady Bulldog soccer notches two more wins
62 Rare Glacier Stoneflies Gain Federal Protection
63 Hybrid Trout Threaten Montana's Native Cutthroats
64 Scientists Try Radical Move To Save Bull Trout From A Warming Climate
65 COVID-19 runs rampant in Flathead Valley as politics derail health board
66 Six Candidates in Hunt for Whitefish Council Seats
67 Whitefish Reopens City Manager Position After Top Choice Drops Out
68 Inside LADYGANG's Cali-Cool Studio Makeover
69 David Mellor's Album Reviews: Holst, Brahms and Ginette Neveu's complete recordings
70 Polonsky-Shifrin-Wiley trio performs New Haven debut
71 Anti-Semitic literature found at Whitefish businesses
72 Housing Hype
73 Hockeytown, Montana
74 Johannes Brahms: Music for Clarinet and Piano (Lloyd Van't Hoff, Peter de Jager)
75 Council gets input on resort tax proposal
76 Brahms: Clarinet Sonatas; Piano Pieces Op 118/ Lorenzo Coppola (clarinet), Andreas Staier (piano) | Album Review
77 Night & Day
78 School District Celebrates Opening Of Wauwatosa Aquatic Center
79 With Survivor theme, Winter Carnival modifies annual events
80 Whitefish Repudiates Racist Ideology of 'Alt-Right'
81 Beach Vibe, Southern Accent—WSJ House of the Day
82 Bad mutts: Study shows cross-breeding hurts native trout
83 You Can’t Go Anywhere, but Ads Still Promise Retreats
84 Orleans Parish property transfers, July 13-17, 2020
85 Whitefish to Consider Special Halloween Restrictions on Bars, Restaurants
86 Warming water posing a threat to native trout
87 The Swedish Clarinetist Martin Frost Wants to Move Beyond Traditional Concert Formats
88 Retreating ice leaves glacial species on the rocks
89 Town Pump will replace trees cut down in Whitefish
90 Whitefish City Manager Adam Hammatt resigns
91 Students chosen for leadership institute
92 Whitefish Resort Tax Increasing On July 1
93 Whitefish pushes back against alt-right leader Spencer
94 Flathead developer plans to revitalize old timber property
95 Ground broken on Whitefish affordable housing project
96 There's a Difference Between a Ski Town, and a Town of Skiers. Welcome to Whitefish.
97 The Battle for Bull Trout
98 Whitefish seeks comment on city's COVID response
99 Governor issues stay-at-home order
100 Bill ending city's affordable housing program headed to governor