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Kalispell Montana
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1. Body of missing Japanese woman recovered from Montana lake
KALISPELL, Montana (AP) — Authorities in northern Montana have recovered the body of a Japanese woman who went missing during a fishing trip in November.
2. Glacier Bancorp misses Street 4Q forecasts
The bank, based in Kalispell, Montana, said it had earnings of 37 cents per share. The results did not meet Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research ...
3. Who’s the Pulling the Strings?
On Feb. 5, when 100 Flathead Valley residents crowded into a conference room at a Kalispell hotel, the head of the Montana branch of Americans for Prosperity was gearing up to make the same, carbon-copied pitch against Medicaid expansion that the group has been peddling across the nation.
4. Federal Grant To Aid Student Mental Health
Kalispell is one of three Montana school districts to receive a federal grant to keep students with mental health issues from falling through the cracks.
5. Kalispell, MT | Continuous News and Weather
HELENA - Randy Steidl spent 12 years on death row before being exonerated of a double murder he didn't commit.
6. Kalispell Winter Classic Pee Wee Tournament
The Castlegar Giants Pee Wee House team traveled to Kalispell, Montana this past weekend.
7. A Statewide Ban On Distracted Driving?
Montana is the only state without a law against cell phone use while driving.
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9. Flathead man killed in Tuesday crash
The Flathead County sheriff released the name of the man killed in a two-vehicle head-on crash at mile marker 47 on Highway 35 east of Kalispell. 
10. 'Fourth of July Creek' wins Montana Book Award
"Fourth of July Creek," a novel written by Hellgate High School and University of Montana graduate Smith Henderson, has won the 2014 Montana Book Award.

Kalispell, Montana is situated in the perfect geographic location for visitors and residents to take advantage of a wide variety of activities. Snow-capped mountain peaks border the city while beautiful, crystal clear lakes are only minutes away. Located at an elevation of 2,959 feet, Kalispell is within close proximity to Glacier National Park, Flathead Lake, and a handful of national wilderness areas. Real estate opportunities are varied, but the prime real estate is going fast! Check back with this site often as we will be adding current real estate listings in the future.

Enjoying a mild climate due to its protected location, Kalispell is a desirable place to visit any time of year. Big Mountain Ski Resort, located in Whitefish, is merely 17 miles to the north and is a Mecca for skiers when the powdery snow piles up in winter. Just a short 31-mile drive to the north will bring you to Glacier National Park. It would take a lifetime to truly see everything the entire park has to offer, but you can get a good glimpse of it in a few days. 9 miles to the south you will discover Flathead Lake where you can enjoy an entire array of summer fun. There are opportunities to boat, ski, kayak and fish as well as putter around all day in rental houseboats sipping on your favorite cold beverage. Flathead is the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi and its clarity is pure crystal. The entire area is filled with pristine trails for biking, horseback riding or walking. Located right in Kalispell is Woodland City Park where you can watch geese, ducks and swans as you stroll along the two miles of walking trails or take a dip with the kids in the community pool. You can also bring your lunch with you and enjoy a sunny afternoon in the spacious public picnic area.

Conditions for Kalispell, MT at 9:54 pm MST

Current Conditions:
Fair, 24 F

Thu - Mostly Cloudy. High: 36 Low: 21
Fri - Mostly Sunny. High: 34 Low: 13
Sat - Sunny. High: 33 Low: 14
Sun - Partly Cloudy. High: 38 Low: 19
Mon - PM Snow. High: 32 Low: 10

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