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Mount Sentinel in Missoula is iconic for the "M." On Tuesday that M will stand for "McCartney" as UM President Royce Engstrom and Mayor John Engen are changing Sentinel's name to Mount McCartney. Music Icon Sir Paul McCartney will give his first ever Missoula performance under the M Tuesday.   

We'll have a live report on concert preparations tonight on the ABC Montana News at 5:30.



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