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Otoupalik stirring up memories of 'forgotten' world war

Hayes Otoupalik never knew John Babcock, but something drew him over snowy Lookout Pass to the funeral. Born in Ontario, Babcock was the last Canadian veteran of World War I when he died an American citizen in Spokane on Feb. 18, 2010. He was 109. read more

Tori Amos’s Professional Widow — explicit lyrics and war-cry vocals

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Collectors from across the country show off antique firearms at Missoula show

The mine in question belonged to Hayes Otoupalik, and was on display at his table at the Missoula Gun Show, held at the Adams Center over the weekend. The armament was an inert anti-vehicle mine used to train minesweepers during World War II. This year the ... read more

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