A look back at the most-viewed online stories, photos and galleries for the past week on Missoulian.com.

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WEST FORK – There’s no telling just what might show up when you take a road-killed deer leg and tie it up in a tree in the middle of the woods. For the last two winters, that’s just what Bitterroot National Forest wildlife biologist Andrea Shortsleeve has done in an attempt to better understand the habits of forest predators on the prowl.

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Join the Missoulian and Ravalli Republic for live coverage, via Twitter, of Saturday FCS playoff game between the University of Montana Grizzl…

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The roomful of biologists had lots of funny ideas why Ethyl the grizzly bear logged 2,800 miles arcing from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, past Florenc…

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Stories linger of speakeasies and opium dens, underground vaults and buried tunnels. Brothels are remembered on 19th century insurance maps, a…

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A 20-year-old man who told Missoula police he was a member of the 18th Street Crips is in jail on $50,000 bail after an unsuccessful burglary …

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Sometime in the next few weeks, Marco Littig, the co-owner of Bernice’s Bakery in Missoula, will have the surreal experience of sitting down i…

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Missoula Catholic Schools announced Thursday it will retain Carrie Heaphy as head girls' basketball coach, after she was initially dismissed a…

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A German teenager did not plead for his life in the seconds before he was shot to death in a Grant Creek garage, the Missoula woman who shared…

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The wrangling between prosecutors and defense attorneys representing Markus Kaarma became increasingly contentious Tuesday afternoon, as they …

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The assistant principal at C.S. Porter Middle School will retire from Missoula County Public Schools this year, the district announced Thursday.

Caught on camera: Forest Service wildlife biologists use bait to attract game as part of study

Caught on camera: Forest Service wildlife biologists use bait to attract game as part of study

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A wolverine circles the bait at one of the 60 stations placed on the Bitterroot National Forest by biologist Andrea Shortsleeve and her crew.