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A construction worker walks below the south end of the east section of the Russell Street Bridge Wednesday. The Montana Department of Transpor…

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A Montana Department of Transportation worker waits between construction equipment and traffic Wednesday to cross Broadway at the north end of…

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The cab of the semi-truck was completely detached in the collision and ended up on the opposite side of the jersey rail in the eastbound lane.…

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Montana Highway Patrol officers investigating the crash stand near the debris left of the front of the semi-truck.

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Firefighters spray water on a burning semi-truck on Interstate 90 just east of Missoula, after the truck was involved in a fatal head-on crash…

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Firefighters battle a tractor-trailer fire after the truck was involved in a fatal head-on crash when a wrong-way driver in a car traveling ea…

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A truck was traveling westbound on Interstate 90 when it collided with a car traveling the wrong way, authorities said. The truck's cab ended …

Montana guard Michael Oguine stops on his way to the team bus Tuesday morning to sign a basketball for Grizzly fan Knute Nelson.

Susan Moran, Kathy Turner and Paula Grenfell brave a chilly morning Tuesday to cheer as the bus carrying the Montana Grizzlies men's basketbal…

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With bicycling weather back in the air, Logan Hensley makes a trip home from Free Cycles Missoula with a fixer upper.

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Thanks montananurse. Here is a link to a gallery of photographs from the southwest region http://missoulian.com/roadside-wanderings-in-southwest-montana/collection_cb636c30-c642-11e3-8099-001a4bcf887a.html

Yes he did Don. Fletcher wrote the poem that Cole Porter later bought and made the hit song inspired by the words. The words are on one of the roadside signs I'll visit later this summer.