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Kalispell Daily Inter Lake (Newspaper) - November 30, 2007, Kalispell, Montana The West Cougar sightings spook californians by midweek Jones was on round three of adoptions los Angeles apr a Mountain lion captured As it prowled a Southern California Community thursday is the latest in a series of Cougar intrusions into populated areas Likely resulting from drought development encroaching on wilderness and Young animals trying to establish territories experts said. The Mountain lion was Tranquili Zed after it and another Cougar were seen perched in a tree near two schools in Redlands about 60 Miles East of los Angeles. The encounter came a Day after a Mountain lion wandered into a backyard in the los Angeles suburb of Duarte and killed a German Shepherd and injured another dog. The attack prompted officials to warn residents in the Foothills of the san Gabriel mountains to keep their pets indoors at night. Experts said Between 4,000 and 6,000 Mountain Lions live in the wild in California. They said human encounters with the Lions Are the result of development encroaching on wilderness and dry conditions. A fall throughout California you got drought fires a healthy population of Lions. And communities that extend themselves into Mountain fish and game spokesman Harry Morse said. A you put All those things together and you re going to have some sightings you re going to have some interactions that take place a he said. Senator backs troop pullout Iraq from Al tester has argued the War in Iraq is a waste of billions of dollars a week. He has said the original Mission is Complete and the nation can no longer spend Money refereeing a civil War. A i Haven to changed my stance on this at All a tester said thursday. Along with other Senate democrats tester has sought to de authorize the War and Force the president to get approval from Congress to continue the fight. Tester toured ramada capital of Anbar province and said he was impressed with the troops and called the tour a an Eye opening experience for tester calling from the . Embassy where he had dinner with Gen. David Petraeus and . Sen. Jim Webb of Virginia said he thinks the country needs to Start pulling troops out. But the senator also said he could not envision supporting a proposal that would Cut off funding for the War. Tester in what he said was his first trip across the Atlantic Ocean said the iraqi government can to rely on the a a Crutch of . Troops. A i just done to think we can spend a lifetime Here i think we need to push some folks a tester said. A they can do it but not As Long As we Are there for a Accident occurred oct. 17 Fine from Al Oshay a trenching requirements on hand to Correct hazards not training employees in the hazards associated with trenching and not requiring workers to Wear protective helmets. The Accident occurred the afternoon of oct. 17. Abel Morillon 31, was installing a sewer line near the Outback Montana re Park amp Campground on Montana 35 in Bigfork when one Side of the ditch collapsed trapping him for As Long Asio minutes. Another Man was working nearby at that time but worker stole activity funds resigns from Al a she was so fort com la and helpful during the investigation a she said. Want to be really caucus about How she a being had the District reported in theft to Law enforce a ent Upwall could have iced at least one to to years i state prison and been Ned up to $50,000, had she Een convicted. Upwall has worked for school District 5 since gust 1999. Reporter Kristi Albertson May e reached at 758-4438 or by mail at Albertson daily inter did no to witness the Cave in officials said. A Trench Box is required when digging deeper than 5 feet according to Osha regulations. Investigators found trenches at the work site As deep As 12 feet. Morillon was taken to Kalispell regional medical Center where he remained unresponsive in the intensive care unit. He has since been moved to a rehabilitation Center in Coeur do Alene according to a Hospital spokesman. Daily inter Lake vol. Too no. 229 lists 143-340 published every morning by Hagadone Montana publishing la c., 727 East Idaho p o Box 7610. Kalispell it. Zip code 59904 be Rodical postage paid at Kalispell. Montana copy night 2007, the daily inter Lake. All rights reserved reproduction reuse or transmittal in any form or by any Means electronic or mechanical including photocopying recording or an information storage and retrieval system is prohibited without permission in writing from the daily inter Lake Tom Kurdy publisher Frank Miele. Managing editor Scott Crandall assistant managing editor Dave Lesnick sports editor Cindy Sease advertising director Brant Horn. Circulation manager subscribers who Tail to receive their paper by 6 00 . 6 30 on sundays should Telephone the circulation department at 755-7018 for customer sen ice papers will be re delivered from 6 30-noon to addresses within 5 Miles of Kalispell. Whitefish or Columbia Falls postmaster Send address changes to the daily inter Lake. P o Box 7610, Kalispell it 59904 subscription rates Home delivery by Carrier $16 of per 4 weeks motor route Carrier $16.50 per 4 weeks mail within Flathead county $17.25 per 4 weeks mail outside Flathead county $21.25 pet 4 weeks sunday Only by mail outside Flathead county $4 31 per copy advertising deadlines classified want ads 4 00 p m Day prior to publication. Display ads retail 5 p m 3-4 Days prior to publication member of the associated press Montana newspaper association bin yourself the gift of health a fitness this Holiday san my i Mot to to Myrtta or at hmm a i your a i personal Trainer to it for you learn How to develop healthy eating habits also available to train you at next level fitness in Whitefish or Kalispell studios Call Michaelann to schedule tour first sew 249-4122 certified a american celled of smarts Medicine highest level for personal Trainer Soldier from Al brigade 3rd infantry division battalion 4-3 brigade special troops battalion now deployed in Kalsu Iraq. As her ultimate goal Jones hoped to have each Soldier adopted four times since people have different amounts of time to write and resources to Send packages. As of wednesday she said she was working on a around three of adoptions. A i want people to realize however Little or much they want to do is she said. Jones encourages people to pass on her Contact information to others. And so far the volume of interest has crashed one computers hard drive and kept her Busy from Sun up to Sun Down answering emails and entering names into spreadsheets. According to Jones son. The packages have begun to trickle into Kalsu an area South and East of Baghdad where the unit was deployed for 15 months. These included four sent by volunteers with the Scott Vallely soldiers memorial fund. Sometimes adopted family letters from Montana have come before actual family mail. A one Soldier shared with my son that his wife is in the Doghouse As adopt a sol Dier mail beat hers a Jones said. She said her family receives Telephone Calls from her son about every 7 to to Days. His unit has limited Access to e mail due to overcrowding until the brigade they Are replacing leaves at the end of the month. The overlap allows the new arrivals to learn from the veterans of the past 15 months in the area. A they work seven Days a week a Jones said. A they never know what Day it but they All know when to go to mail Call a major highlight for soldiers As they finish up stressful Days which stretch to to or 12 hours. It was that vision that set Jones on her Mission when Todd was deployed on his to Iraq after joining the army about a year and a half ago. She began with a simple plastic bag full of names from which people draw a Soldier for adoption. Even with the idea spreading Jones has no fear of running out of soldiers for interested people to adopt. She has others waiting when she finishes this unit. Jones said she has got ten a lot of feedback from those who have signed on. A they Are having so much fun with this a she said. Jones said one Man called and said he needed two More names because a Box he set out in his store was overflowing with goods donated by the Public for his adopted Soldier. A the Nite owl restaurant called a Jones said. A they were setting up a Box in the restaurant and wanted the company a address. This just keeps Jones shares mails she receives like one from Meredith Sillers who joined the Effort from Parker Texas. She described How meaningful the experience was for herself and her children who made Holiday cards and pictures for their adopted Soldier. Her Story took a twist when she was Rushing to mail their heavy package and got pulled Over for speeding by a policeman in an unmarked car. Luckily the officer was a Veteran who showed her mercy when she showed him her package addressed to pfc Matthew Otis. A the said a in Man sex Marine. You have no idea How much this kind of thing Means to our troops. God bless you for doing the officer warned her to be More careful in the future and walked away without issuing a citation. A now is that gods Blessing or what a Sillers asked in her e mail to Jones. She added that her family was excited to make at least a Small difference in Matthews life. Jones who refers to her work As a ministry expresses the same sentiment As she watches the Ripple she set in motion spread across the country. She said that she has gained peace of mind from helping soldiers like her son serving their country so far from Home. A a it a so Nice that we can do something so easy a Jones said. People interested in adopting a soldiers May Contact Jones at 406 837-1088 or by e mail at Bigfork Joesfa Montana sky. Net. Reporter Candace Chase May be reached at 758-4436 or by email at Chase Dail Interlake. Com resident a we be been through a lot. I ainu to survivors from Al More than 6,400 households will be affected Fema says. Tile areas slated for closure today Are mostly in the new Orleans area. Davida Finger a staff attorney with the Loyola University new Orleans Law clinic who handles Hurricane related cases said she was a deeply concerned a particularly when considering the current housing shortage. Katrina severely damaged or destroyed much of the housing Stock in new Orleans and affordable rents have been a big concern for residents and housing advocates though prices have eased somewhat. . Housing and Urban development data Analysed by a local research Center show an average rent of $764 for an efficiency in the metropolitan area and $990 for a two bedroom. A two bedroom rented for $978 a year ago and $676 in the fiscal year that began before katrina hit. That data showed. Lori Potter one of the last remaining residents at a paved Park in Eastern new Orleans said she a been looking for housing a she checked out More than a dozen places wednesday and had at least two appointments thursday a but said the places shed found that were willing to accept Fema payments either were in parts of town where she did no to feel sate or in poor condition. Fema says people living in trailers Are Given listings of available rentals in their area but Finger contends not everyone is Able to a beat the pavement to Check out the units and make sure they re Safe. A a what a going on with housing right now continues to be an emergency a she said. A it continues to be a crisis and there Are no Quick solutions which make these additional announcements so difficult for people Simpson said residents wont be evicted if they need extra time to find an apartment. If an apartment Isnit ready by the time Fema begins taking a Park Down he said the Agency would put a family up in a hotel until their new Home is ready. The plans will not affect families living in trailers in front of their Hurricane damaged Homes a at least 25,000 such trailers remain Accord ing to a Fema estimate. A spokeswoman for mayor Ray Nagin did not return an email seeking comment thursday. Boyd Joseph who has been living in a trailer Park slated for closure today in neighbouring St. Bernard Parish was optimistic. The Park in which he d been staying has been Safe and quiet he said and his new apartment is also in a Nice neighbourhood. The soft dirt in several lots next to his trailer maintained the outline of trailers that had been moved. Butin through a he said from his wooden porch. Quot i ainu to coins amp Luln. Carats 237 main Street Kalispell. Montana Ji-406-752-2646 Coin 1-800-643-3330 Arjo a he be clo to pub Lencl. The perfect Christmas gift a something for everyone a free gift wrapping a conveniently located a kids Corner while you shop Weatherby Van guard Rifle starting at if to Snappy sport Senter where we re Here for you 1400 Hwy 2 East a Kalispell a 257-7525 Sweet baking . Order Holiday pies 406-257-5107 a 45 6th ave w a Kalispell

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