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David Erickson


Missoula, MT, United States

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Past articles by David:

Missoula hospital CEO tests positive for COVID-19

The CEO said contract tracing of all close contacts has been performed and tests have come back negative. → Read More

Report: Stabbing, naked suspect, injured hikers on Sentinel

Reports indicated that police were trying to make contact with a naked suspect. → Read More

Report: Stabbing, naked suspect, injured hikers on Sentinel

Reports indicated that police were trying to make contact with a naked suspect. → Read More

UM Police: Woman assaulted near 'M' trail

The suspect is described as a white male, 30-40 years old wearing black pants, a black shirt and a baseball cap. → Read More

Missoula County sees 1st COVID-19 death

The victim was "middle-aged or above" according to the Missoula City-County Health Department. → Read More

Job cuts for half in Missoula ClassPass office

ClassPass' largest office is in Missoula, where over 200 employees work. → Read More

Expert warns: Stay-at-home order could increase child abuse

The rate of abusive head trauma, formerly known as "shaken baby syndrome," increased by 65% during the last economic downturn. → Read More

Firefighters rescue dog from icy Clark Fork River

Missoula Fire Department personnel rescued a dog from the icy Clark Fork River on Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

Missoula housing prices soar to new record

Housing prices continue to behave like a runaway helium balloon in the Garden City. → Read More

Daines supports Trump's tariffs, tells Chinese leaders to negotiate before 2020 elections

U.S. Sen. Steve Daines traveled to China recently and pressed top leaders there to “come to the table” and reach an agreement to end the trade war that’s hurting Montana → Read More

Tester, outdoors advocates tout economic importance of public lands

Outdoor recreation is a crucial component of Montana’s economy, according to organizers and panelists at the Last Best Outdoors Fest in downtown Missoula on Wednesday. → Read More

As bankruptcies rise, Montana farmers bruised by Trump's trade actions

There’s no beating around the bush from Lola Raska, the executive vice president of the Montana Grain Growers Association, as she contemplates how farmers have been hurt by policies enacted → Read More

Sen. Daines in Missoula: 'If you can't pass a balanced budget, you shouldn't get paid'

Montana’s Republican lawmaker in the U.S. Senate touted Monday his bipartisan work to a crowd in one of the state’s most Democrat-voting cities. → Read More

Former Missoulian executive named communications director for Fox's campaign

A longtime former newspaper executive has been named the communications director for Montanan Attorney General Tim Fox's campaign for governor. → Read More

Montana's D.C. delegation weighs in on controversial Trump tweets

Montana’s congressional delegation has weighed in with strong words and widely divergent opinions, based on party affiliation, to the controversy surrounding President Donald Trump’s Twitter comments directed at some Democrat → Read More

Daines' office says he no longer blocks Twitter accounts

U.S. Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., no longer blocks anyone on his official government Twitter account, his office said Tuesday. In May of last year, the American Civil Liberties Union of → Read More

UM report: Tourism to Montana holds steady but spending up 10%

Montana isn’t attracting more tourists than years past, but the ones who do come are taking more money out of their wallets while they’re here. → Read More

Film industry insiders say new tax credit will boost jobs, bring big productions to MT

A group of film industry professionals in Montana and a bipartisan coalition of lawmakers have succeeded in an effort to create a competitive tax incentive to lure film and television → Read More

Montana's political leaders sharply divided on U.S. Census citizenship question

Montana’s top statewide elected officials are bitterly divided on the topic of including a question asking people on the 2020 Census if they are U.S. citizens. → Read More

State warns of Republican National Committee mailer imitating Census survey

A mailer sent by the Republican National Committee imitates a U.S. Census survey — and seeks $15 for "processing." → Read More