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Is This Elevator Murder Prank Effective Marketing for ‘Dead Man Down’?

Well, technically their plan worked, even though we think they are jerks. To promote a movie, ad agency Thinkmodo decided to stage a fake murder in an elevator and see how people react when the doors opened onto somebody being killed, so that they could film it and put it on the internet.

Reactions vary to seeing a man being strangled with an electrical cord, but the last one is a real gem. Now we know about the movie ‘Dead Man Down.’ And also that the people at Thinkmodo have no problem scaring the living bejesus out of people who don’t take the stairs.

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Missoula Business Partners Looking to Buy Safeway Stores – Make Way for “Missoula Fresh Market”

When an unexpected opportunity arose to purchase two Safeway stores in Missoula, Craig Holtet and Ron Ramsbacher were ready to meet the challenge.

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Influenza on the Rise in Montana and Nationwide – “Get Vaccinated!” Says Montana DPHHS

Local and state public health officials are seeing a significant increase in the number of confirmed influenza cases being reported across the state.

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Bob Stitt Introduced as University of Montana’s 36th Head Football Coach [YouTube]

On Friday, Grizzly football entered a new, fast-moving era, as Bob Stitt was introduced as the program's 36th head coach.

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Eat Breakfast With Santa At Missoula Carousel

Santa is eating breakfast at A Carousel for Missoula on Saturday, December 20th from 9-10:30am. You can join Santa for a light breakfast and enjoy unlimited carousel rides. The cost is $6 for Adults and $4 for children ages 3-12

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State Prosecutors Reflect on Kaarma Trial – Prepare For Sentencing [YouTube]

One day after Markus Kaarma was found guilty of deliberate homicide for the shotgun slaying of 17 year-old German exchange student Diren Dede, two of the prosecutors in the case, Andrew Paul and Jennifer Clark spoke with KGVO News.

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Missoula South Avenue Ice Sculpture Reaching for World Record

For seven years now, Kirk Hennifer has turned his lawn on South Avenue into an enormous Christmas display including lights and music. As of last year, Hennifer has been trying to turn an ice sculpture he's been perfecting into a world record achievement.

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“Kaarma Trial Demonstrates that Montana Gun Laws Work,” Says Gun Rights Advocate Gary Marbut

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UM Students To Provide Legislative Updates For Media Statewide [YouTube]

Two students from the University of Montana School of Journalism have been chosen to provide news coverage of the Montana Legislature for newspapers and radio stations across the state.

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New Scholarship for Manufacturing Degrees in Montana Announced, Expected to Impact Over 1,000 Students

Going to school to learn a manufacturing skill in Montana got a bit easier yesterday with a new scholarship opportunity.

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Markus Kaarma Guilty of Deliberate Homicide – State Headlines [YouTube]

30 year-old Markus Kaarma was found guilty yesterday of deliberate homicide in the shotgun slaying of a 17 year-old German exchange student trespassing in his garage.

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