Kalispell Daily Inter Lake in Kalispell, Montana 13 Dec 2012
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Kalispell Daily Inter Lake (Newspaper) - December 13, 2012, Kalispell, Montana
December 13, 2012 serving the Flathead since 1889 lawmakers file complaints against advocacy groups Helena apr two Republican lawmakers say in recent complaints that american tradition partnership illegally coordinated with their primary election opponents. Sen. Bruce Tutvedt of Kalispell and rep. John esp of big Timber filed the complaints last week with the political practices office. Both incumbent legislators faced a heavy barrage of attacks during primary election campaigns. Washington american tradition partnership denounced the claims As a false and the group is perhaps Best known for mounting Legal challenges to Montana election Laws one of which led to the . Supreme courts june decision striking Down the 1912 Law Banning direct expenditures by corporations for or against candidates. Critics have called at a a dark Money group that intentionally hides electioneering efforts. A state judge earlier this week sanctioned the group for failing to provide information on its activities. Tutvedt a complaint alleges that his opponent Rollan Roberts ii american tradition partnership and taxpayers for Liberty and the National association for gun rights wrongly coordinated activities in the june 2012 primary. A i have real problems with dark Money a Tutvedt said. A i just think dark Money is a see dark on Page a3 Tutvedt a special shopping trip thursday Valley baby born at 12 12 on 12-12-12 Page a6 Brenda ahead photos daily inter Lake Columbia Falls police officer Gary Stanberry holds up a pair of overalls for Isaiah Melvin 7, on wednesday at target in Kalispell As part of the departments annual shop with a cop program. Stanberry and Isaiah Melvin pick out socks. 1 patrolman Mike Johnson walks alongside Gabe Melvin 5, during their shopping trip. County looks at privatizing recycling program by Lynnette Hintze the daily inter Lake facing a Cost increase of up to 30 percent for a recycling program that a losing Money the Flathead county solid waste District Board has decided to try privatizing the program. The county for years has contracted with Valley recycling to have Blue recycling bins at the Green Box collection Sites and other locations throughout the county. Recycling saves valuable space in the county Landfill but since 1998 the county has lost $361,091 on recycling Public works director Dave Prunty said. A regional manager for Valley recycling recently told Prunty to expect the next contract bid for the program to be 20 to 30 percent higher. The year 2000 was the Only profitable year for the county when commodity prices for aluminium and newspaper were High enough to turn a profit of just Over $1,000 for the year. Last year the program lost $41,515. The biggest annual loss was in 2010 when the county lost $97,508 on recycling. A typically its been a financial loser a Prunty said. A of course the Benefit is not putting it into the Landfill. Its time to say a lets step Back and see what the private Side can hopefully we can redraft the county a contract with Valley recycling see county on Page a3 Kalispell Man Hurt in fight legislators fighting a dark Money by Jesse Davis the daily inter Lake a Kalispell Man is in stable condition after being stabbed during an altercation in his vehicle tuesday night in Kalispell. According to Kalispell police detective sgt. Scott Warnell 25-year-old say Len Nielsen was in his vehicle with William Irvin Smith jr., 50, in the area of parkridge drive and Barron Way shortly after 9 Smith . When the two got into a fight. During that fight Smith allegedly stabbed Nielsen in the Abdomen and Throat. Nielsen fled the vehicle and ran to a Home on Barron Way whose occupants called 911. He told the residents that Smith had taken his car after he fled and the residents told police they had seen a vehicle Speed past just after the assault occurred. A half hour later a Montana Highway patrol trooper was travelling North on . 93 Halfway Between Kalispell and Whitefish when he saw a vehicle pull out of a convenience store and begin driving South in the northbound Lane. After discovering the Driver apparently was drunk the trooper determined the vehicle belonged to Nielsen. Smith was arrested on a preliminary charge of felony assault with a weapon. Warnell said Smith May also face a charge of aggravated dul a the Flathead county attorneys office will review the Case for any further charges a Warnell said. He added that both men Are believed to have been drinking and that the theft of Nielsen a car while still being investigated is believed to be incidental to the fact that Nielsen fled the car after being stabbed. Nielsen is recovering at Kalispell regional medical Center. Reporter Jesse Davis May be reached at 758-4441 or by email at . North Korea launches satellite Man attempts armed robbery in Evergreen Pyongyang North Korea apr in Pyongyang North koreans clinked Beer mugs and danced in the streets to celebrate the country a first satellite in space. In Washington Seoul and Tokyo leaders pushed for consequences for wednesdays successful rocket launch widely seen As a test that takes the country one step closer to being capable of lobbing nuclear bombs Over the Pacific. The surprising successful launch of a three stage rocket a similar in design to a Model capable of carrying a nuclear tipped warhead As far As California a raises the stakes in the International standoff Over North koreans expanding atomic Arsenal. As Pyongyang refines its technology its next step May be con Nie associated press in this Monitor screen image from the korean Central news Agency the North korean Unha-3 rocket lifts off wednesday. Ducting its third nuclear test experts warn. The . Security Council which has punished North Korea repeatedly for developing its nuclear program condemned the launch after a closed door meeting wednesday and said it will urgently consider a an appropriate the White House called the launch a a highly provocative act that threatens regional Security a and even the North a most important ally China expressed regret. In Pyongyang however Pride Over the scientific advancement outweighed the fear of greater International isolation and punishment. North Korea though struggling to feed its people is now one of the few countries to have successfully launched a working satellite into space from its own soil bitter rival South Korea is not on the list though it has tried. A ifs really Good news a North korean citizen Jon la Gwang told the associated press As he and scores of other Pyongyang residents poured into the streets after a noon announcement to celebrate the launch by dancing in the Snow. A it clearly testifies that our country has the capability to enter into wednesdays launch was North koreans fourth bid since 1998. An april launch failed in the first of three stages raising doubts among outside observers whether North Korea could fix what was wrong in just eight months but those doubts were erased wednesday. The Una rocket named after the korean word for a Galaxy a see launch on Page a3 by Jesse Davis the Dally inter Lake a Man armed with a handgun unsuccessfully attempted to Rob an Evergreen Casino wednesday night. According to Flathead county sheriff Chuck Curry the Man entered players club on . 2 East with the intention of committing a robbery at approximately 6 30 ., but was not Able to get any Money. The Man then fled the scene on foot. Deputies with the sheriffs office responded to the scene As Well As Kalispell police department officers and Montana Highway patrol troopers who Lent their assistance to the search. As of 7 30 ., deputies were still trying to track the Many a footprints through the Snow. Visit daily Interlake. Com for further updates As they become available and see fridays Issue of the daily inter Lake for continuing coverage. For Home delivery call755-7018 a 361 18 00010� ? a 2012 the Dally tartar Laka inside business/a8 classified/c2 comics/b5 crossword/b4 Montana/a2 0bituaries/a7 opinion/a4 records/a7 sports by Valley/a6 weather/86 a
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