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  • Top Stories: Calif. Child Abuse Case; Fresh Produce In Food Stamp ProgramTop Stories: Calif. Child Abuse Case; Fresh Produce In Food Stamp Program

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    Officials in the central Japanese city of Gamagori are warning residents not to eat blowfish purchased from a local supermarket after potentially deadly parts of the fish were inadvertently sold. The market sold five packages of fish without removing their livers, which can contain a potent neurotoxin. Three of the packages of fish have been recovered by authorities, but two others remain at large. "We are calling for residents to avoid eating fugu, using Gamagori city's emergency wireless system," which broadcasts over loudspeakers located around the city, local official Koji Takayanagi, was quoted in The Japan Times as saying. "Eating fugu liver can paralyze motor nerves, and in a serious case cause respiratory arrest leading to death," regional officials said in a warning statement. Blowfish, known in Japan as fugu, is a highly prized delicacy both as sashimi or as an ingredient in soup, but the fish's liver, ovaries and skin contain the poison tetrodotoxin and the parts must be

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  • Calif. Couple Arrested After Siblings Found Chained To BedsCalif. Couple Arrested After Siblings Found Chained To Beds

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  • It's An Easy Crime To Get Away With, But Prosecutors Are Trying To Change ThatIt's An Easy Crime To Get Away With, But Prosecutors Are Trying To Change That

    Editor's note: This report includes graphic and disturbing descriptions of sexual assault. There's a trial scheduled in March at the marble courthouse in Newark, N.J., of a man charged with kidnapping and raping a young woman with an intellectual disability. That trial is likely to be a quiet one, with little attention, nothing like the feverish national press coverage 25 years ago of the trial — in that same courthouse — in another case of sexual assault of another young woman with an intellectual disability. That case, known as the Glen Ridge rape case, was the first time a sexual assault of a woman with an intellectual disability captured widespread national attention. In 1989, in Glen Ridge, N.J., an affluent suburban town of broad front yards and stone mansions, a group of popular high school athletes persuaded a young woman from the special education classes to come into a basement. They promised that if she did, she would get to go on a date with the football player she had a

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  • Food Stamp Program Makes Fresh Produce More AffordableFood Stamp Program Makes Fresh Produce More Affordable

    Rebeca Gonzalez grew up eating artichokes from her grandmother's farm in the central Mexican state of Tlaxcala. But for years after emigrating to the U.S., she did not feed them to her own kids because the spiky, fibrous vegetables were too expensive on this side of the border. When she prepared meals at her family's home in Garden Grove, Calif., Gonzalez would also omit avocados, a staple of Mexican cuisine that are often costly here. "I saw the prices and I said, 'No, never mind,' " says Gonzalez, a 47-year-old child care worker who receives about $500 a month in food stamps. But those items are no longer out of reach for her family. Since enrolling last year in a program that rewards food stamp beneficiaries for buying more fresh produce, Gonzalez has regularly filled her shopping cart with the fruits and vegetables of her childhood — not only avocados and artichokes, but pomegranates, various types of squash and more. Participation in the program, called "Más Fresco" — "More Fresh"

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  • Gospel Star Edwin Hawkins, Known For 'Oh Happy Day,' Dies At 74Gospel Star Edwin Hawkins, Known For 'Oh Happy Day,' Dies At 74

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  • On Visit To Chile, Pope Faces Anger Over Sex-Abuse ScandalOn Visit To Chile, Pope Faces Anger Over Sex-Abuse Scandal

    Updated at 4:10 a.m. ET Pope Francis has arrived in Chile to begin a three-day visit, but the Argentine-born pontiff is likely to receive a less-than-warm reception from a country still reeling from the repercussions of a local priest-abuse scandal. As Emily Green reports for NPR from the Chilean capital, "Around half a million people are expected to attend Pope Francis' open-air mass in central Santiago. From there, he will visit a women's prison in Santiago, followed by a trip to southern Chile where he will address the struggle of the Mapuche people — an indigenous group — to recuperate ancestral land from the Chilean government." While once a stronghold of the Catholic Church, Chile is now among Latin America's most secular nations, and the image of the Church has taken a severe hit over what many see as a cover-up. In 2011, the Rev. Fernando Karadima, who served in the southern city of Osorno was found guilty and dismissed for abusing dozens of minors over a decades-long period

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  • Missoula comes together to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day ... - NBC MontanaMissoula comes together to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day ... - NBC Montana

    NBC MontanaMissoula comes together to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day ...NBC MontanaMore than 100 people braved the chilly January temperatures to celebrate the life and birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at Caras Park and St. Paul Lutheran Church.At Caras Park Nereyda Calero spoke about her experience in Washington, D.C. Calero ...Martin Luther King Jr. rally draws crowd to Caras Park | Local ...The Missoulianall 2 news articles »

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  • Missoula sets development record with $277M in new construction, easing housing crunch - The MissoulianMissoula sets development record with $277M in new construction, easing housing crunch - The Missoulian

    The MissoulianMissoula sets development record with $277M in new construction, easing housing crunchThe MissoulianThe new Tollefson Apartments will be comprised of nine buildings and 30 apartments near the intersection of Mullan and Reserve. The project is expected to cost $19.2 million. TOMMY MARTINO, Missoulian · Facebook · Twitter · Email; Print; Save. If you ...

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  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebrated across Missoula - KPAX-TVMartin Luther King Jr. Day celebrated across Missoula - KPAX-TV

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  • Whitefish's Maggie Voisin soaring into Winter Olympics, two ... - MontanaSportsWhitefish's Maggie Voisin soaring into Winter Olympics, two ... - MontanaSports

    MontanaSportsWhitefish's Maggie Voisin soaring into Winter Olympics, two ...MontanaSportsASPEN, Colo. - Four years ago, she was a 15-year-old breaking into the top level of her sport. Now Maggie Voisin looks like a serious contender to bring back a medal at the Winter Olympics, and she could be joined by a few other Montanans on the ...and more »

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  • Missoula Olympian works to expand freestyle aerial skiing - NBC MontanaMissoula Olympian works to expand freestyle aerial skiing - NBC Montana

    NBC MontanaMissoula Olympian works to expand freestyle aerial skiingNBC MontanaTwenty years after bringing home Olympic gold, a Missoula native is working to expand the sport of aerial skiing in Montana. Eric Bergoust is a four-time Olympian who set a world record in 1998 in freestyle aerials. Today, Bergoust enjoys taking his 9 ...

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  • Missoula marking Martin Luther King Jr. Day - KPAX-TVMissoula marking Martin Luther King Jr. Day - KPAX-TV

    KPAX-TVMissoula marking Martin Luther King Jr. DayKPAX-TVA service will be held at 6 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran Church featuring a keynote address from Mayor Wilmot Collins of Helena who is believed to be the first African American mayor of a Montana city. The evening's events will wrap up with a community ...and more »

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  • Some Confusion as Ravalli County Shifts from Five Commissioners to ThreeSome Confusion as Ravalli County Shifts from Five Commissioners to Three

    Ravalli County currently has five County Commissioners, but will be shifting back to three in 2019. Though he was just put in office last year, Commissioner Chris Hoffman says he'll be back on the ballot again this year too... Continue reading…

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    MontanaSportsBoys basketball power polls: Missoula Sentinel, Livingston climb ...MontanaSportsIt was a wild week on Montana's high school boys basketball courts, as multiple top-five teams lost. Missoula Sentinel rallied for a crucial crosstown win over Missoula Hellgate, Billings Central stumbled against Sidney, Bigfork trounced Florence, and ...and more »

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  • FEMA Denial of $44 Million in Fire Costs Won't Burn Hole in Montana BudgetFEMA Denial of $44 Million in Fire Costs Won't Burn Hole in Montana Budget

    Governor Steve Bullock’s request of $44 million dollars for State fire suppression costs from last summer’s historically expensive fire season has been denied. Continue reading…

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  • Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst Running for ReelectionMissoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst Running for Reelection

    Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst has announced that she is running for her second term and officially filed for reelection on Friday. Continue reading…

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    When the weather turns cold, scammers hit the phone lines to demand immediate payment with the threat of turning off the power. Continue reading…

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  • Missoula College students bring Tiny Home to Missoula - KPAX.com ... - KPAX-TVMissoula College students bring Tiny Home to Missoula - KPAX.com ... - KPAX-TV

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  • Hockey Tournament Cancelled Due to Western Montana Ice ConditionsHockey Tournament Cancelled Due to Western Montana Ice Conditions

    The Montana Pond Hockey Classic was supposed to occur this coming Friday and Saturday (January 19, 20) up near Kalispell, but deteriorating ice conditions in Western Montana led officials to cancel the event. Continue reading…

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  • Montana Makes Millions on Airbnb in 2017Montana Makes Millions on Airbnb in 2017

    Well one of the leaders now in rentals and vacation nights is Airbnb. How much did we make here in the Big Sky State? Continue reading…

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    Sgt. Bryan Slavik of the Great Falls Police department says he has received calls from "Australia, the UK, Scotland, India, Canada," as well as "every major news network in Montana." The calls aren't for information about a typical crime though, they're in response to a zombie warning that occurred on local television. Continue reading…

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  • Montana Morning State Headlines for Monday, January 15Montana Morning State Headlines for Monday, January 15

    Murder charges filed against Gallatin County man for allegedly shooting his estranged wife and death and severely wounding her roommate. Continue reading…

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  • In Montana, houses are replacing farmlandIn Montana, houses are replacing farmland

    On a recent Wednesday morning, a small group of farmers gathered at a table inside a neighborhood restaurant on the outskirts of Missoula. It was a crisp 25 degrees outside, but inside the Trough a fireplace flickered and the smell of bacon wafted through the air.

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    A friendly reminder is always OK in my book when it comes to winter driving. As we are just in the real start of winter, here are some things to keep in mind. Continue reading…

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  • Missoula juvenile delinquency cases doubled last year, but experts say context important - The MissoulianMissoula juvenile delinquency cases doubled last year, but experts say context important - The Missoulian

    The MissoulianMissoula juvenile delinquency cases doubled last year, but experts say context importantThe MissoulianKirsten Pabst poses for a portrait in the rotunda of the Missoula County Courthouse recently. TOMMY MARTINO, Missoulian · Facebook · Twitter · Email; Print; Save. The Missoula County Attorney's Office filed more than twice as many cases against ...

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  • Polson mail carriers arrested for suspected meth traffickingPolson mail carriers arrested for suspected meth trafficking

    Montana authorities have arrested two U.S. Postal Service carriers on suspicion of trafficking methamphetamine on their mail routes. Lake County Sheriff Don Bell says 62-year-old Anthony Friscia and 47-year-old Mary Friscia were booked on charges of felony intent to distribute the drug.

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  • Who Are the Newest Montana Grizzly Football Assistant Coaches?Who Are the Newest Montana Grizzly Football Assistant Coaches?

    Because of HR policies and existing contracts with current employers, some of this information is a bit slow in being announced. Continue reading…

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  • Safe Kids Missoula Presents Video Competition for TeensSafe Kids Missoula Presents Video Competition for Teens

    Safe Kids Coalition Coordinator Kira Huck said on Friday that Safe Kids Worldwide is presenting the ‘Take it From a Teen’ video challenge. Continue reading…

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    The U.S. Constitution guarantees a speedy trial for anyone accused of a crime. Why, then are some suspects kept in jail for months at a time before being tried? Continue reading…

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  • First Steps Initiative' Hopes to Reduce Montana Child Fatalities Through Home VisitationFirst Steps Initiative' Hopes to Reduce Montana Child Fatalities Through Home Visitation

    On Friday, January 12, Montana DPHHS announced that a new program called the “First Years Initiative” would be putting to use nearly $300,000 of federal funds. Continue reading…

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  • Missoula, Hamilton businesses get state grants to train 60 new jobs - The MissoulianMissoula, Hamilton businesses get state grants to train 60 new jobs - The Missoulian

    The MissoulianMissoula, Hamilton businesses get state grants to train 60 new jobsThe MissoulianTim Rybiski, president of Rocky Mountain Homes, told the Ravalli Republic in 2015 that business is booming at the cornerstone Ravalli County company just south of Hamilton. His biggest challenge now is finding the kind of skilled employees he needs to ...

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  • Car Seat Headrest Prep Re-Recorded Version of 2011 LP 'Twin Fantasy'Car Seat Headrest Prep Re-Recorded Version of 2011 LP 'Twin Fantasy'

    Car Seat Headrest will release a re-recorded, reimagined version of his 2011 Bandcamp LP, Twin Fantasy , on February 16th via Matador. In a statement about the project, singer-songwriter Will Toledo described the original, lo-fi album as "never a finished work," adding, "It wasn't until last year that I figured out how to finish it."

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  • Pink Is Going to Wow Us All With Her National Anthem at Super Bowl LIIPink Is Going to Wow Us All With Her National Anthem at Super Bowl LII

    Sarah Aswell is a freelance humor writer who lives in Missoula, Montana, with her husband and two kids. Her words have appeared in places like The New Yorker, McSweeney's, The Hairpin, and more.

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  • Nicole Kidman Celebrated Her Golden Globes Win by Joining InstagramNicole Kidman Celebrated Her Golden Globes Win by Joining Instagram

    Sarah Aswell is a freelance humor writer who lives in Missoula, Montana, with her husband and two kids. Her words have appeared in places like The New Yorker, McSweeney's, The Hairpin, and more.

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  • New charges filed against Montana homicide suspectsNew charges filed against Montana homicide suspects

    Prosecutors in Montana have filed additional charges against the couple already accused of killing and dismembering two people last summer. Tiffanie Pierce and Augustus Standingrock were charged with two counts of deliberate homicide after the bodies of 15-year-old Marilyn Pickett and 24-year-old Jackson Wiles were found in multiple tubs filled with chemicals in the basement of Pierce's home in Missoula.

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  • University of Montana President Seth Bodnar takes the reinsUniversity of Montana President Seth Bodnar takes the reins

    Enrollment has fallen since 2010. Budget challenges remain. A process to set academic and administrative priorities is far from complete.

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  • Woman dies after car crash in MiddlesexWoman dies after car crash in Middlesex

    Demontrae Jefferson scored 23 points and Texas Southern picked up its third conference win, holding on in the face of a late MISSOULA, Mont.

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  • University of Montana female permanent deans down to 1University of Montana female permanent deans down to 1

    A university dean says only one female permanent dean remains at the University of Montana, creating a gender balance issue. The Missoulian reported Wednesday that Dean of Libraries Shali Zhang was left as the lone female permanent dean after two other female leaders left their posts.

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  • Recent storm pushes Western Montana snowpack past normalRecent storm pushes Western Montana snowpack past normal

    A recent storm brought snowpack in western and northwest Montana back to normal levels and pushed it even higher in some areas. The Missoulian reported Thursday that last week's storm added between 2 to 7 inches of water into the snowpack of western and northwestern Montana.

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  • Daines introduces bill to combat meth use in MontanaDaines introduces bill to combat meth use in Montana

    U.S. Senator Steve Daines introduced bipartisan legislation, the Mitigating the Methamphetamine Epidemic and Promoting Tribal Health Act , or the Mitigating METH Act , to combat methamphetamine use across Montana and strengthen Indian tribes' ability to fight this epidemic.

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  • The Visionary Activist Show a " Partnering with Coyote GeniusThe Visionary Activist Show a " Partnering with Coyote Genius

    He held the A.B. Hammond Chair in Western History at the University of Montana in Missoula, Montana until he retired in May 2014. He lives outside Santa Fe, New Mexico Support The Visionary Activist Show on Patreon for RSS podcast feed , weekly Chart & Themes , and morea The cost of independent media is high.

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  • Karrie Lynn Serrania v. LPH Inc Northwest CollectorsKarrie Lynn Serrania v. LPH Inc Northwest Collectors

    COUNSEL OF RECORD: For Appellant: Terry Wallace, Attorney at Law, Missoula, Montana For Appellee: David J. Steele, II, Attorney at Law, Missoula, Montana A 1 Pursuant to Section I, Paragraph 3 , Montana Supreme Court Internal Operating Rules, this case is decided by memorandum opinion and shall not be cited and does not serve as precedent. Its case title, cause number, and disposition shall be included in this Court's quarterly list of noncitable cases published in the Pacific Reporter and Montana Reports.

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  • Sheila Stearns: A brief but action-packed tenureSheila Stearns: A brief but action-packed tenure

    University of Montana Interim President Sheila Stearns is known for leading program prioritization, occasionally clashing with the faculty union and scootering about campus.

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  • The Fate of BitarThe Fate of Bitar

    The crisp fall air swept across the University of Montana in 1999, while a life changing moment took place on the third floor of the Liberal Arts building.

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  • UM students tutor kids in Spanish, gain experience in returnUM students tutor kids in Spanish, gain experience in return

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  • Seven things you missed at Friday's cabinet meetingSeven things you missed at Friday's cabinet meeting

    The University of Montana President’s Cabinet held a special meeting Friday to present some of the cabinet’s recommendations regarding program prioritization and take public comment on those recommendations. Here are seven things that came out of that meeting:

    Montana Kaimin / 38 d. 15 h. 49 min. ago
  • Professors address Hauck hiring and harassment at faculty meetingProfessors address Hauck hiring and harassment at faculty meeting

    University of Montana professor Beth Hubble presented a letter to UM’s faculty senate on Thursday opposing the hiring of Bobby Hauck as football coach. Hubble also said an employee of the athletic department sent an email that made her and…

    Montana Kaimin / 39 d. 10 h. 35 min. ago
  • Switching it up at the College of BusinessSwitching it up at the College of Business

    The University of Montana’s College of Business dean, Chris Shook, started the day on Nov. 29 by attending business law at 8 a.m. He wore a Grizzlies baseball cap and t-shirt and sat in the back row, so as not…

    Montana Kaimin / 39 d. 18 h. 29 min. ago
  • Second lecturer termination notice retractedSecond lecturer termination notice retracted

    Just hours after sending termination notices to around 30 lecturers last Friday, UM administrators retracted the notices following threats from the faculty union.

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  • UM Sustainability Committee prepares fund for large-scale climate actionUM Sustainability Committee prepares fund for large-scale climate action

    Students walking around the University of Montana campus no longer have to worry about dodging water blasted from lawn sprinklers on their way to class. That’s because a 2017 campus sustainability project changed the campus sprinkler systems to operate automatically…

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  • APASP sends final recommendations and concerns to President StearnsAPASP sends final recommendations and concerns to President Stearns

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  • The biology department needs to look for a new dean—but it can’t start until APASP is finishedThe biology department needs to look for a new dean—but it can’t start until APASP is finished

    Associate Dean for the Division of Biological Sciences Charles Janson didn’t make it a secret that he planned on retiring this year. Even still, his department has to wait for final program prioritization decisions in mid-December to start looking for…

    Montana Kaimin / 46 d. 9 h. 32 min. ago
  • I grew a potato, but is it making me healthier?I grew a potato, but is it making me healthier?

    After neglecting a potato for several weeks, my roommate and I had a shriveled lump with inch-long eyes sprouting from its surface. I planted it, and after only a few weeks, my potato had produced a foot-tall stalk.

    Montana Kaimin / 47 d. 13 h. 30 min. ago
  • Research has potential to bring prestige, students to UMResearch has potential to bring prestige, students to UM

    Research is spread across all disciplines at the University of Montana. Steve Sprang is looking at the structures of proteins and their relation to cell function. Maegan Rides At The Door works with the National Native Children’s Trauma Center, studying…

    Montana Kaimin / 47 d. 18 h. 57 min. ago
  • Lecturers are getting the boot againLecturers are getting the boot again

    All University of Montana lecturers, except those with special contracts, will not be rehired after their current contracts end in May, according to a draft of a letter to be sent out to lecturers later this week.

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  • Montana medical marijuana industry awaits new regulationsMontana medical marijuana industry awaits new regulations

    Sam Littlehale has quick-talking confidence and pulled-back, blond hair.

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