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Quality work, expanded showroom help Tuttle Tile grow - Great Falls Tribune
When Jeff Tuttle moved Tuttle Tile and Stone from Central Avenue to 900 6th St. S.W., he went from 150 square feet to 1,700 square feet. He can now stock tile for customers who would like to buy and install it themselves. He can also showcase more examples ...
Machete-wielding clown sightings? These visitors aren't so funny - Great Falls Tribune
Your worst nightmare may have just come true. People dressed in clown costumes are showing up at night in California, Florida and New Mexico. It started in Bakersfield, Calif., when social media accounts by the name of Wasco Clown started posting photos of ...
Archie Manning taking leave from College Football Playoff committee - Great Falls Tribune
Archie Manning taking leave from College Football Playoff committee One of 13 people that made up the College Football Playoff committee, Archie Manning was forced to leave his position due to health complications following knee replacement surgery Check ...
NFL Week 7 winners and losers - Great Falls Tribune
He wasted so little time throwing career TD passes 507, 508 and 509 (plus 510 as a bonus) to break Brett Favre's all-time record and easily dispatch the 49ers that backup Brock Osweiler got a whole quarter of semi-meaningful playing time. Fantastic ...
Man killed in crash near Belt - Great Falls Tribune
A 48-year-old man was killed in an overnight crash near Belt, Montana Highway Patrol said Monday. The man was driving alone in a GMC Yukon at about 1 a.m. early Monday morning, heading westbound on U.S. 87, according to an MHP accident narrative.
Deputy’s widow wants Parker off Sanchez case - Great Falls Tribune
Robynn Dunn, the widow of Cascade County Sheriff’s Deputy Joe Dunn, said Monday that she wants the deliberate homicide case against Adam Sanchez Jr., charged with causing her husband’s death during an Aug. 14 chase, to be prosecuted by someone other ...
Compassion urged as 43 in Dallas end Ebola monitoring - Great Falls Tribune
Dozens of Dallas residents who had contact with the only U.S.-diagnosed Ebola fatality were headed back into their communities Monday after their 21-day monitoring period concluded without any signs of the virus. Judge Clay Jenkins, Dallas County's top ...
NCAA 1-128 Re-rank: Four unbeatens, lots of confusion - Great Falls Tribune
The best victory of the regular season — so far — belongs to Oregon, for knocking off Michigan State. No, it's Mississippi State's topping Auburn. Well, maybe it's Mississippi for sneaking past Alabama. Or is it Auburn's win against Kansas State?
Played in/Played out: Overlooked Kansas State, Georgia emerge - Great Falls Tribune
USA TODAY Sports is keeping careful tabs on how each week's wins and losses impact the eventual makeup of the inaugural College Football Playoff. If the season ended today, here are three teams moving into the championship picture and three moving out.
Obama: No judgeship for me - Great Falls Tribune
Obama: No judgeship for me President Obama is probably thinking about life after the White House, but he is ruling out one option: Becoming a judge. "When I got out of law school, I chose not to clerk," Obama told The New Yorker Check out this story on ...
Watch hero carry man out of burning Calif. home - Great Falls Tribune
Watch hero carry man out of burning Calif. home Video is going viral of an unknown man carrying out an elderly man from a house engulfed in flames in Fresno, Calif. Check out this story on greatfallstribune.com: http://usat.ly/1tEHoHt
We should treat each other better than this - Great Falls Tribune
Editor’s note: Earlier this month a Twitter account, @GFHCMR_Secrets, solicited gossip through private messages, then publicly posted explicit rumors in tweets. After many complaints, the account was taken down. When I first learned about the Twitter ...
Public meetings for Oct. 20-24 - Great Falls Tribune
• City Parking Advisory Commission meets at 3 p.m. in the Rainbow Room at the Civic Center, 2 Park Drive S. Call 455-8405. • Cascade County Commission’s regular meeting is at 9:30 a.m. at the Courthouse Annex, Room 111, 325 2nd Ave. N. Call 454-6810.
Ten Pin Talk: McGee's 826 highlights leagues - Great Falls Tribune
Once Willie McGee finished resurfacing my bowling ball earlier this week, he had time to bowl. So he goes out and rolls an 826. McGee rolled his honor set (256-280-290) Monday during the Seniors League at Little's Lanes. It is his second sanctioned 800 ...
Nine fresh faces join Tribune Teen Panel - Great Falls Tribune
The Great Falls Tribune’s Teen Panel gets a little younger this year with six middle schoolers joining the mix. Nine new panelists team up with nine returning members to help write stories and brainstorm ideas for the weekly Class Act section. The panel ...