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TAYLOR INMAN

Daily Inter Lake

Taylor Inman covers Glacier National Park, health care and local libraries for the Daily Inter Lake, and hosts the News Now podcast. Originally from Kentucky, Taylor started her career at the award-winning public radio newsroom at Murray State University. She worked as a general assignment reporter for WKMS, where her stories aired on National Public Radio, including the show “All Things Considered.” She can be reached at 406-758-4433 or at tinman@dailyinterlake.com.

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1 death linked to E. coli outbreak in Flathead County
July 24, 2024 2 p.m.

1 death linked to E. coli outbreak in Flathead County

An E. coli outbreak originating in Flathead County has caused one death and stricken at least a dozen other people, county health officials reported Wednesday.

Cushing-Terrell staff say Bigfork Library design had a focus on ethical building practices
July 20, 2024 midnight

Cushing-Terrell staff say Bigfork Library design had a focus on ethical building practices

The new Bigfork branch of Flathead County Library — set to open sometime in August — is one of a series of projects worldwide that aims to draw awareness toward unethical practices in the building industry, according to the firm behind the branch’s architecture.

Like many of Glacier’s waterways, Avalanche Creek has a deadly past
July 14, 2024 midnight

Like many of Glacier’s waterways, Avalanche Creek has a deadly past

Charles Green was working as a Civilian Conservation Corps supervisor in Glacier National Park in 1941 when he was called to retrieve a body from Avalanche Creek. In his book “Montana Memories, Volume IV” he describes the gorge in all its beauty and danger.

Summer heat doesn’t stop festival goers at Under the Big Sky
July 14, 2024 midnight

Summer heat doesn’t stop festival goers at Under the Big Sky

Fans and water misters were as ubiquitous as cowboy hats as concertgoers did their best to beat the sweltering heat during the opening day of the Under the Big Sky music festival Friday.

Glacier National Park’s ‘Going Batty’ field trip takes place next week
July 10, 2024 midnight

Glacier National Park’s ‘Going Batty’ field trip takes place next week

The public is invited to join Glacier National Park and Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks personnel next Thursday for a “Going Batty” field trip, where attendees participate in bat monitoring efforts.

July 10, 2024 midnight

Vitalant holds July blood drives in Flathead Valley

Vitalant is holding blood drives this month and urging people to donate, as donations in July are the lowest for the entire year, according to officials with the nonprofit.

Waterton-Glacier Science and History Day highlights parks’ partnership and latest insights
July 10, 2024 midnight

Waterton-Glacier Science and History Day highlights parks’ partnership and latest insights

The public is invited to hear from scientists and historians about current research and historical topics related to Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park at the 21st annual Waterton-Glacier Science and History Day on July 23.

Logan Health Children’s celebrates fifth birthday by honoring patients with Hall of Heroes
July 7, 2024 midnight

Logan Health Children’s celebrates fifth birthday by honoring patients with Hall of Heroes

The new Hall of Heroes display in the children’s hospital was unveiled on July 1 as part of a celebration of the fifth anniversary of the opening of Logan Health Children’s. Hospital staff hope the stories serve as comfort to families enduring difficult times while they have a child in the hospital.

Survey shows a drop in the area’s homeless population, but shelter leaders aren’t convinced
July 5, 2024 midnight

Survey shows a drop in the area’s homeless population, but shelter leaders aren’t convinced

The region’s homeless population declined over the past year, according to a survey conducted over the winter months, but nonprofit leaders say they have seen no reduction in demand for services.

Groups claim Glacier Park’s bull trout project violates federal law
July 5, 2024 midnight

Groups claim Glacier Park’s bull trout project violates federal law

Glacier National Park biologists have undertaken an effort to stock mountain whitefish, west slope cutthroat trout and bull trout to Gunsight Lake, a high alpine lake near Jackson Glacier and Sperry Chalet in Glacier National Park.

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