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Livestock exhibitors press on despite unknown future of Western Montana FairFor over 200 years, agricultural fairs have been a summertime favorite in rural communities across the nation.

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Montana man sent to prison after meth arrest in Idaho FallsCody Lodmell, 40, appeared in court before District Judge Joel Tingey, who ordered the Deer Lodge, Montana, man to spend two to seven years in prison.

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Yellowstone County Inmate Tests Positive For COVID-19An inmate at a county jail in southern Montana has tested positive for the COVID-19 illness.

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Montana Supreme Court: Ballots Must Be Received By Election DayIn its five-two decision on May 27, the state Supreme Court's majority says it retained the ballot receipt deadline to avoid voter confusion and disruption of election administration.

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Coronavirus compared to influenza in MontanaSome people have tried to draw comparisons between COVID-19 and influenza in recent months, but disease experts say it's clear COVID has had a far more devastating impact this year.

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Evening Newscast 05-27-20Evening Newscast for May 27, 2020.

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Yellowstone National Park Updates WiFi Expansion Proposal, Seeks CommentXanterra Travel Collection, the company that runs a handful of hotels, restaurants and campgrounds in Yellowstone, reached out to a wireless network company last year to propose boosting internet speeds in certain developed areas of the park.

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Montana medical marijuana patients will soon be "untethered" from providersFor years, Montana medical marijuana patients who get their medication from a dispensary have had to choose a single provider to go to.

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I'm Ruined, By The WayThis was a day that started all wrong. A day of driving and dealing with crowds and traffic.

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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Montana donates to The Rebound Montana Relief FundThe fund is a partnership between the Montana Television Network, AMB West Philanthropies and Montana Community Foundation.

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Splash Montana working on reopening DateIn year's past, summer-like temperatures have been synonymous with the opening of Splash Montana in Missoula.

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Kalispell's Montana Raceway Park closes downThe owners of the Montana Raceway Park north of Kalispell have announced that they are permanently shutting down.

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Discover Kalispell sees strong rebooking for COVID-19 canceled eventsCancellations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have been rescheduled by 80% for this coming fall and 2021 in Kalispell.

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Hamilton program closing after serving thousands of meals during COVID-19 pandemicA program which has helped tide people get food during this first phase of the COVID-19 pandemic will be suspending operations after serving more than 5,000 meals.

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Popular Libby park gets clean bill of health from EPAAnother part of Libby got a clean bill of health from the US Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday with the successful cleanup of a popular park certified.

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Traffic climbs to 20% at Missoula airport; some routes returning mid-summerMissoula International Airport saw 1,383 outbound passengers and 1,460 inbound passengers through the entire month of April.

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Annual Drummond rodeo canceled due to COVID-19 concernsThe annual Drummond Kiwanis PRCA rodeo - which would have been marking its 79th year - has been called off.

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Woman killed in fatal crash near Polson identifiedA Polson woman died in a Saturday night crash on Montana Highway 35 at Fulkerson corner.

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Billings superintendent says he was 'impressed' with graduationWith graduation out of the way, the district is looking ahead to summer school. The first session of summer school for high school students is scheduled to start in about two weeks on June 8.

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ZooMontana reopens to public, introduces two new residentsZooMontana's Executive Director Jeff Ewelt visited with Montana This Morning on Wednesday to share how the zoo is operating now that it has reopened to the public.

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Financial woes force Billings Mustangs to lay off workersWorkers were informed on Tuesday that three of the four employees will be laid off at the end of this month, Mustangs' controlling owner Dave Heller confirmed Tuesday to MTN Sports.

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Wyoming's 6 largest rodeos canceled this summerThe six rodeos are the Thermopolis Cowboy Rendezvous PRCA Rodeo in late June as well the Cody Stampede, Central Wyoming Fair and PRCA Rodeo in Casper, the Sheridan WYO Rodeo and Breakaway Roping, Laramie Jubilee Days and Cheyenne Frontier Days, all in July.

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Bozeman doctor discusses Montana's COVID-19 testing plansGovernor Bullock announced as part of the plan to reopen Montana that he wants to ramp up coronavirus testing to 60,000 a month.

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'Our horses are number one:' Serenity Ranch faces potential closure amid COVID-19 pandemic"We are going to continue this wherever we go," Ledoux says. "This isn't going to stop."

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Montana Democrats seek Native voices within partyThe Montana Democratic Party said Wednesday it is adding Native Americans to a key steering committee to help shape policy, recruit and nurture candidates and give people from Indian Country a voice in shaping the party.

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Montana State Ranked 9th by HERO Sports Preseason FCS PollMontana State enters 2020 as a top 10 team for the first time since 2013...

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Montana weather forecast: First heat wave, temperatures could hit 90Little more than two weeks ago, Great Falls awoke to find a dusting of snow on their tulips.

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Goodbye, CaddisOur yellow Lab, Caddis, was diagnosed with cancer in the winter. The vet gave her an indeterminate number of months to live.

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Wyoming's 6 largest rodeos canceled this summerThe six rodeos are the Thermopolis Cowboy Rendezvous PRCA Rodeo in late June as well the Cody Stampede, Central Wyoming Fair and PRCA Rodeo in Casper, the Sheridan WYO Rodeo and Breakaway Roping, Laramie Jubilee Days and Cheyenne Frontier Days, all in July.

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Montana State providing emergency federal grants to students affected by pandemicQualifying students at MSU will begin receiving federal aid payments this week to help cover eligible expenses incurred from disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic this spring.

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Trio Of Orphaned Montana Grizzly Cubs Heading To Arizona ZooA trio of grizzly bear cubs whose mother was killed after attacking a hiker in Montana have a new home at a zoo in Arizona, state and federal wildlife officials said.

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Whitefish Mountain Resort Freezes Price of Winter Season PassesThe price of a season pass for the upcoming winter season at Whitefish Mountain Resort will be unchanged from last season, resort officials announced in a press release Wednesday.

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MT Supreme Court reinstates mail-ballot deadline for primaryThe Montana Supreme Court on Wednesday said the deadline for receiving mailed, absentee ballots in Montana's primary election will remain at 8 p.m.

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SpaceX launch with single-use lockers built by Montana studentsA little bit of Montana will be heading skyward soon as part of historic SpaceX Demo-2 mission to the International Space Station, a U.S. senator said.

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Two legal cases juggle election rules as primary loomsBallot Interference Prevention Act suspended. June 2 ballot deadline remains.

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Citing Sage Grouse Protections, Montana Judge Tosses Hundreds of Oil, Gas LeasesA U.S. district judge in Montana, who has butted heads with the energy industry in previous high-profile cases, reversed more than 400 oil and natural gas leases over habitat protection concerns for the sage grouse.

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Flanked from the rightIn Sidney, fence-builder Brandon Ler challenges bridge-building lawmaker Joel Krautter.

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Police Identify Man Shot During StandoffThe Flathead County Sheriff's Office has identified the Kila man shot and killed by police during a standoff as 52-year-old Anthony Grove.

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Going-to-the-Sun RoadMy aunt and I had the crazy idea that we would drive 17 hours from the Twin Cities, Minnesota to Glacier National Park for labor day weekend.

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Campaign posters opposing 2-cent fuel tax prompt complaint to Montana COPCampaign posters placed at gas stations across Missoula urging motorists to vote against a local options fuel tax were funded by the Montana Petroleum Marketers Association through a political action committee with a Helena address.

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New Pointers at Point of RocksMore than a decade ago, Brett Eckert realized the moss-enshrouded cliffs tucked into the Stillwater State Forest north of Whitefish held untapped potential as a playground for area rock climbers....

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'Our horses are number one'"We are going to continue this wherever we go," Ledoux says. "This isn't going to stop."

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Montana students contribute to SpaceXHigh School Students in Montana created parts of the SpaceX Crew Dragon that is scheduled to launch NASA astronauts to the International Space Station Saturday.

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Big Sky Country State Fair canceled, commissioners say 4-H 'can pull it off'"Fairs are one thing and it's an opportunity to make lifetime memories with families and friends and to miss that opportunity, especially now when we probably need it more than we ever did, it's emotional," Voeller says.

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Trio of Montana Orphaned Grizzly Cubs Heading to Arizona ZooGREAT FALLS — A trio of grizzly bear cubs whose mother was killed after attacking a hiker in Montana have a new home at a zoo in Arizona, state and...

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Dunn a Pro-life ConservativeI encourage House District 9 voters to cast your vote for David Dunn this June.

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More than half of Montana households have responded to 2020 CensusPress release HELENA — More than half of Montana households have now self-responded to the 2020 Census, yet the state still lags behind the national average for responding to the once-in-a-decade count.

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Daines hopes bi-partisan measure will specifically help small business hit by COVID-19The CARES Act approved by Congress during the early weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic provided a broad shot of financial help for individuals up to large businesses, but there've still been reports of some small businesses that continue to struggle.

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Yellowstone County Jail Inmate Tests Positive for COVID-19HELENA — Montana reported two more cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, including an inmate at the Yellowstone County jail in Billings.

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Montana court rules ballots must be received by Election DayHELENA, Mont. — Montana voters must have their primary ballots in to their county...

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Real Estate Market TrendsPeeking into Bigfork single-family home sales since January 1 , we see that homes built within the last 40 years sold in the greatest quantity.

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Orphaned grizzly bear cubs get a home; that's the good newsWhen grizzly bears and humans surprise one another in the wilderness, it's quite often the bears that pay the dearest price.

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Has Greg Gianforte Ever Apologized for Lying to the Police and the Press?In his interview with the Montana Free Press, Greg Gianforte returned to a line he has used since the fateful evening three years ago when he assaulted reporter Ben Jacobs and then lied about it: Questioned about his initial statement after the assault, when he indicated that the reporter, not Gianforte, had instigated the assault — an...

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Montana health plan keeps us in line with U.S.Another five-year state health improvement plan is in full swing. It’s the second round of this type of planning, after a successful first run between 2013 and 2018.

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Montana reports 2 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, May 27Montana added two new COVID-19 cases Wednesday ending a four-day stretch of no new cases across the state, according to the Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map.

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Montana Grizzlies, Montana State Bobcats ranked in HERO SPORTS preseason top 25It's never too early to talk football, as HERO SPORTS released its 2020 FCS Preseason Top 25 Wednesday.

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Montana Reported Two New COVID-19 Cases, 20 Active CasesAs of Wednesday morning, Montana has confirmed 481 positive COVID-19 cases. Montana's COVID-19 case tracking map shows two new confirmed cases.

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Montana Coronavirus ReportThe latest news and information on the coronavirus pandemic in Montana, including updated case count maps and original in-depth reporting.

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2 new COVID-19 cases in MontanaMontana reported 2 new cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday, May 27, 2020. Big Horn and Yellowstone counties each report 1 new case.

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Montana COVID-19 cases rise to 481Montana state health officials report a rise of COVID-19 cases in Montana for Wednesday, 481 cases have been reported and 17 people have died of the virus.

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Montana Raceway Park in Kalispell closesMontana Raceway Park in Kalispell is permanently closing after COVID-19 forced them to shut down for the 2020 season.

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Montana court rules ballots must be received on Election DayMontana voters must have their primary ballots in to their county election offices by 8 p.m.

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Macomber Law adds UM graduate, real estate expert to legal teamA University of Montana graduate skilled in executing high-end real estate loans has joined the legal team at Macomber Law in Missoula.

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Montana asks state court to overturn mail ballot rulingMontana's attorney general asked the state Supreme Court on Tuesday to overturn a Yellowstone County judge's ruling that would allow absentee ballots to be counted as long as they're postmarked on or before Election Day and received by the following Monday.

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Idaho State Track Athletes Want Transgender Lawsuit TossedBOISE, Idaho — Two female athletes at Idaho State University want a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit challenging a new state law banning transgender women from competing in women's...

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Annual Drummond rodeo canceled due to COVID-19 concernsThe annual Drummond Kiwanis PRCA rodeo - which would have been marking its 79th year - has been called off.

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Endangered Montana Teen Could be Headed to WyomingA 15-year-old Montana girl is the subject of a missing endangered person advisory issued by law enforcement, and authorities believe she may be headed to Wyoming.

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Montana's grizzly bear council struggles to find shared visionThe members of Montana's Grizzly Bear Advisory Council are finding that language can be slippery, especially when trying to write short but accurate summaries.

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Governor's race: Donors to Williams campaign also funding outside PACKPAX) A political action committee funded by donors to Democratic gubernatorial candidate Whitney Williams has made payments to entities that work for her campaign, records show.

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FWP: Orphaned Montana grizzly cubs headed for BearizonaMontana Fish, Wildlife And Parks says three orphaned bear cubs will be taken by a facility in Arizona.

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Voices: Congress must increase SNAP benefit for Montana seniorsMissoula Aging Services writes, "We ask that Congress increase SNAP benefits by 15% and increase the minimum SNAP benefit from $16 to $30, in order to keep our older neighbors healthy and nourished during the duration of the economic crisis."

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Letters: Dudik will fight for environment issues as Attorney GeneralBryony Schwan writes, "Kimberly led the effort to hold the Smurfit Stone Mill Site accountable for back taxes that they had been evading, ultimately getting millions of dollars back to the community to clean up the pollution that had been left when the mill went bankrupt."

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ASL interpreter helps provide equal access to coronavirus updatesAs an American Sign Language interpreter, she's passionate about equal access for all Montanans and was honored to work during this time.

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Common Challenges to Face After a Work-Related AccidentHaving an accident, no matter where you have it is a stressful, anxiety-inducing time due to the sheer amount of things that you have to think about.

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Missing Endangered Person Advisory issued for Helena teenThe Helena Police Department is attempting to locate 15-year-old Evelynne Williams.

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On Being EssentialIs your business "essential"? I don't mean the Federal distinction. I mean in view of those who you serve, because those are the only ones who matter.

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Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, May 27Missoula man charged with multiple counts of surreptitious viewing, in addition to indecent exposure to a minor.

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From Cold Quarantine Shoulder to Warm Whitefish WelcomeMelissa Ellis isn't accustomed to being the bearer of bad news, but as Whitefish's de facto gatekeeper the past two months she's been delivering a lot of it.

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Spring Multiple Choice ExamHere's your quiz. Describe a typical spring day. A — It's warm enough for shorts and sandals, sans socks.

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Bringing Drug Manufacturing Back to AmericaNow is the time to put politics aside and come together as a nation to beat this pandemic.

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Of, By and For the Lawyers?Way, way, waaay down at the bottom of your ballots, but darn important, in the "Nonpartisan-State" section, are two votes concerning Montana Supreme Court justice positions 5 and 6.

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Trio of Montana orphaned grizzly cubs heading to Arizona zooA trio of grizzly bear cubs whose mother was killed after attacking a hiker in Montana have a new home at a zoo in Arizona, state and federal wildlife officials said.

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Montana Research Critical to Next Moon MissionEarlier this week we caught up with Sarah Deitrick of NASA's Johnson Space Centre and talked more about how important the Stillwater Complex in the Beartooth Mountains of Montana is to NASA.

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Montana to enter phase 2 of reopening plan on June 1Governor Steve Bullock announced the state will move to phase two of the Reopening the Big Sky plan and will lift the 14-day out-of-state travel quarantine beginning June 1 as Montana continues to have the lowest number of positive COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations per capita.

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Researchers conduct research to better understand why young adults choose to move to rural MontanaIt's common to hear about young adults choosing not to live in rural Montana, but what often goes undiscussed are the reasons young adults do choose to move to rural parts of the state, according to Montana State University researcher Sarah Schmitt-Wilson.

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ASL interpreter helps provide equal access to COVID-19 updates for Montana's deaf communityWhen it comes to getting important information about COVID-19, most people can turn on the TV to listen to a press conference.

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FWP: Orphaned Montana grizzly cubs moving to BearizonaMontana Fish, Wildlife And Parks says three orphaned bear cubs will be taken by a facility in Arizona.

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Montana woman to appear on "Let's Make A Deal"In May of 2019, Applegate and her grandma Cheryl took a trip to the West Coast where part of the adventure was attending a taping of the the long running game show "Let's Make A Deal," hosted by Wayne Brady.

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Montana asks state court to overturn mail ballot rulingMontana's attorney general asked the state Supreme Court on Tuesday to overturn a Yellowstone County judge's ruling that would allow absentee ballots to be counted as long as they're postmarked on or before Election Day and received by the following Monday.

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Cooney Chronicles: Defending a Way of Life Worth Fighting ForThere's no better partner I can ask for in governing than Mike Cooney. I trust Cooney to serve as my lieutenant governor because I know he could step in at any minute and lead Montana with confidence.

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Montana State University tight ends coach Nate Potter talks football"We're controlling what we can right now," said Potter. "I'm staying optimistic, personally, and preparing like we are going to play."

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Two legal cases alter election rules as June 2 primary loomsBallot Interference Prevention Act suspended and ballot deadline extended — for now.

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30,000 wagered on MMA since Sports Bet Montana's introductionAccording to Jennifer McKee, communications director for the Montana Lottery, the bets being placed aren't on sports they expected to see.

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Evening Newscast 05-26-20Evening Newscast for May 26, 2020.

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Rivers Expected To Rise As Heat Wave Moves Through MontanaIt's not your imagination: It's been an unusually cool Montana May. That's about to change in a big way.

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Surge in unemployment claims in Montana causes delays for some peopleMark Statham, a bus driver for Great Falls Transit, was furloughed due to COVID-19 back in March and just collected his first check last week.

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Montana Health Officials Fear Dual Outbreaks As Vaccinations Drop During PandemicThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say the number of vaccines being given to children for diseases like polio and hepatitis B has fallen dramatically during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Surveillance testing continues in Montana tribal communitiesSurveillance testing for COVID-19 continues this week in three more Montana tribal communities and Gov.

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Rivers Expected To Rise As Heat Wave Moves Through MontanaIt's not your imagination: It's been an unusually cool Montana May. That's about to change in a big way.

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2020 Montana State Fair cancelledThe 2020 Montana State Fair has been cancelled. The significance of this decision is heartfelt by all and the Cascade County Commission did not make this decision.

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Montana Health Officials Fear Dual Outbreaks As Vaccinations Drop During PandemicThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say the number of vaccines being given to children for diseases like polio and hepatitis B has fallen dramatically during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Donors to gov candidate Williams also funding outside PACA political-action committee funded by donors to Democratic gubernatorial candidate Whitney Williams has made payments to entities that work for her campaign, records show.

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Broadwater County Commissioner Obert charged with theft and official misconductThe theft charge originally stems from an incident dating back to 2015 where Obert allegedly told Broadwater County Payroll to give her additional hourly pay over her salary pay as a commissioner.

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EPA Deletes Portion of Libby Superfund Site from National Priorities ListThe U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on May 26 said it was deleting a portion of the Superfund site in Libby from its National Priorities List after determining that all required cleanup activities at the former export plant are complete.

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Orphaned Grizzly Cubs Going to Bearizona Wildlife ParkWorking jointly, staff from Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service found a home for three grizzly bear cubs that were orphaned last month.

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Mountain Biker Attacked by Grizzly Bear Near Big Sky, MontanaThe man in his 60s was critically injured but is in stable condition.

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Judge Strikes Down US Energy Leasing Rules in Bird HabitatBILLINGS, Mont. — A U.S. judge has dealt another blow to the Trump administration's efforts to increase domestic oil and gas output from public lands,.

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Bear Attacks Mountain Biker In Southern Montana, Authorities SayBILLINGS, Montana — A mountain biker was attacked by a grizzly bear Monday near the southern Montana community of Big Sky, according to authorities.

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Montana Coronavirus And COVID-19 News05/26/20, 3:30 p.m. BILLINGS, Mont. — A Yellowstone County woman in her 80s has died of COVID-19, the county's health department said Tuesday.

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Griz 101: Connecting the DotsImagine you have to survive on an island with one hundred other people. Depending on the size of the island and how much everyone eats, you might struggle to find enough water, food and shelter.

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Gallery in Bozeman opens its doors for the first time amid pandemicUndeterred by the pandemic, a couple of fearless entrepreneurs decided to move forward in opening an art gallery this week.

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Traffic climbs to 20% at Missoula airport; some routes returning mid-summer ~ Missoula CurrentAs airlines find their footing in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, summer route schedules suggest Missoula could regain several markets, though on smaller aircraft and a less frequent schedule.

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Montana judge strikes down US energy leasing rules in bird habitatA U.S. judge has dealt another blow to the Trump administration's efforts to increase domestic oil and gas output from public lands, saying officials failed to protect habitat for a declining bird species when it issued energy leases on hundreds of square miles.

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Flag ceremony in Kalispell honors storied Flathead veteranMaj. Gen. Van Sickle passed away last September at the age of 104.

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Corvallis Memorial Day goes "back to basics" for 100th paradeThe focus returned to veterans on Memorial Day in the Bitterroot, as the oldest parade in the valley marked a full century of honoring those who died in service to their country.

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Uncertainty lingers around downtown Missoula hotel, events center amid pandemicThe project's last update, offered in January just before COVID-19, included 135 rooms, three floors of condominiums, and an underground parking garage.

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Cold and clear? Grant Creek restoration hinges on funding, right of wayDreams of a cold and clear flowing Grant Creek fully connected to the Clark Fork River aren't as distant as they once seemed, though completing the work will require funding and significant restoration.

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Garden City Harvest offers guidance on planting a COVID-19 victory gardenGarden City Harvest's Emily Kern Swaffar says her team has seen a surge of Missoulians seeking their gardening help since the pandemic hit - and if you want to create some food resiliency of your own, she says it's not too late.

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In Montana, Woodin wins the Barnett Memorial by fiveAs amateur golf continues its return from the coronavirus shutdown, Garrett Woodin goes 9 under with a career-low round.

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Columbia Falls Eagle Scouts honor veterans as part of "Taps across America"CBS national correspondent Steve Hartman has been encouraging musicians of all abilities to play Taps from outside their home as part of his 'Taps Across America' campaign.

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Vehicle crashes into Billings residenceA full-sized SUV crashed through an entry way deck of a home near downtown Billings on Tuesday.

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Mom, kids reported missing found safe in Lincoln Co.The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office reports that a mother and her two kids who had been reported missing were found safe on Tuesday morning.

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FWP reports first confirmed case of chronic wasting disease in Gallatin County"We went out, euthanized the animal, tested it for chronic wasting disease and came back positive."

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Bozeman musicians participate in 'Taps Across America'You may have heard about CBS national's correspondent Steve Hartman's "Taps Across America", encouraging musicians of all abilities to play Taps from outside their home today at 3pm local time.

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State of Montana says 35% of mail-in ballots returned so far for June primary electionFranklin County voters should look closely at the back of their absentee ballot return envelopes for postage.

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Have you been wearing a mask out in public?Laurel Outlook is Laurel Montana's main and only news source.

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Bigfork Area Businesses Balance Safety and Bottom Line in Preparing for SummerBill Myers has been extending a hand to his clients for more than 25 years, leading them from the deck of his 21-foot boat to the shores of Wild Horse Island and anywhere else they send him.

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Mountain Line wins grant for two new electric buses; fleet grows to eightAwarded by the Montana Department of Environmental Quality, the grant will bring the Missoula Urban Transportation District closer to eliminating tailpipe emissions from its fleet by 2035.

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MDT awards $16.6M Higgins Bridge project; work set to begin in OctoberAfter an initial delay due to questions over cost, the Montana Department of Transportation on Tuesday awarded its contract for the rehabilitation of the Higgins Avenue bridge.

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Our Interview with Steve BullockWhile Governor Bullock has found himself quite busy managing the state's response to COVID-19, we were able to conduct an e-mail interview with him regarding his bid for the U.S. Senate against incumbent Steve Daines.

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Grizzly bear injures bicyclist near Big Sky in MontanaA cyclist was attacked and critically injured by a grizzly bear near Big Sky in Montana on Saturday.

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Gov. Steve Bullock announced this morning that Montana had suffered its 17th COVID-19 death, although the update at the state website still showed 17 The total number of cases of COVID-19 in Montana on the state map after today's 10 a.m.

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Yellowstone County Woman in 80's is State's 17th COVID DeathA Yellowstone County woman in her 80′s has died of COVID-19, the county's health department said Tuesday.

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Judge Strikes Down U.S. Energy Leasing Rules in Bird HabitatA U.S. judge has dealt another blow to the Trump administration's efforts to increase domestic oil and gas output from public lands, saying officials failed to protect habitat for a declining bird species when it issued energy leases on hundreds of square miles.

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He Did Too Little, Too LateRecently while going through the grocery store checkout line I spotted a glossy magazine with the faces of six gentlemen looking out at me, "The United States Presidents..."

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GM Says Montana Mine to 'Pick up Where it Left Off'H/t Lighthouse Resources, Inc. All 98 Furloughed Decker Coal Miners Return to Work this Morning, per HR Amidst widespread coal layoffs throughout the Powder River Basin in recent months and an industr.

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Feds Charge Montana Man After Methamphetamine Arrest in DouglasOfficers weighed and tested the suspected methamphetamine, which weighed about 4.95 pounds and tested positive.

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Yellowstone County reports third COVID-19 deathYellowstone County health officials reported Tuesday an elderly woman has died from complications due to COVID-19.

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Grizzly Attacks Biker in MontanaThey're also very fast. Massive and yet in an open field can reach speeds of 30 miles per hour.

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Montana Coronavirus ReportThe latest news and information on the coronavirus pandemic in Montana, including updated case count maps and original in-depth reporting.

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Lessons from a Lookout TowerSign posted in Swan Lake, Montana Last week, in the first noted occasion of something in my world that hasn't been cancelled in over 2-months in the wake of covid, I stayed for a spell in the Mission Lookout Tower in Swan Lake, which is a little thing you can do here in the great...

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The Importance of Proper Gear for Nurses to Fight COVID-19There are constant struggles of getting the right gear, and it is important to note just how important proper gear is to fight COVID-19.

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No Show GregIt's a bold move to release this ad so close to the third anniversary of Greg Gianforte's assault on a reporter, but I think you'll all enjoy it as long as you keep your distance from Greg.

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Wildlife to Watch in Yellowstone National ParkSpring is here, and needless to say so is the need to get some fresh air, exercise, and peace of mind.

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Montana coronavirus death toll now at 17, 1 new case in Big Horn CountyA third person in Yellowstone County has died from COVID-19, officials said Tuesday, bringing the total number of deaths statewide to 17.

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Fort Missoula lands NPS grant with goals of restoring alien detention barracks ~ Missoula CurrentA grant announced Tuesday by the National Park Service will move the Historical Museum at Fort Missoula closer to its goal of restoring two barracks dating to the early 1940s and the site's use as an internment camp.

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Suspect sought after shots fired near Kalispell hotelThe Kalispell Police Department is looking for a suspect after shots were fired on Sunday evening near a local hotel.

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No One Injured in Alleged Drive-By Shooting Near Kalispell HotelLaw enforcement responded to a reported drive-by shooting on the southeast side of Kalispell on the evening of May 24.

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Montana reports no new COVID-19 cases for 5th consecutive dayMontana reported a new COVID-19 related death on Tuesday, according to Yellowstone County health officials.

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No new cases reported: COVID-19 cases in MontanaThere was a new death reported by the state, in Yellowstone County.

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ALPS Corp. of Missoula adds cybersecurity expert Davidoff to board of directorsIn Missoula has added cybersecurity expert and MIT graduate Sherri Davidoff to its board of directors - a move intended to bolster its own internal defenses from outside attack.

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Montana Reported No New COVID-19 Cases for the Sixth Day in a RowAs of Tuesday morning, Montana has confirmed 479 positive COVID-19 cases. Montana's COVID-19 case tracking map shows no new confirmed cases.

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FWP Reports Two Bull Elk Found Poached in MontanaWhile Region 6 is far from western Montana, our friends at Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks have asked us to spread the word about two bull elk that were found poached in the same area near Cleveland, Montana, southeast of Havre in Blaine County.

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BLM Moves Towards Allowing E-Bikes on Non-Motorized Trails Montana Wilderness AssociationIt's the latest move in the administration's strategy of using the Covid-19 pandemic as cover for advancing top-down and one-sided plans for our public lands.

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MSU researchers conduct research to better understand why young adults choose to move to rural MontanaSarah Schmitt-Wilson and her colleagues researched the experiences of educated young adults living in rural communities, as well as what those residents identify as the benefits associated with relocating to a new rural community.

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Yellowstone County reports third COVID-19 deathYellowstone County health officials reported Tuesday an elderly woman has died from complications due to COVID-19.

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Montana unemployment rate hits 11.3% in April; 18,000 workers back on the jobMontana's unemployment rate shot up in April due to the coronavirus pandemic, ending the month at 11.3%.

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Mountain biker seriously injured in grizzly bear attack near Big SkyKPAX) A man is in critical but stable condition after being attacked by a grizzly bear near Big Sky.

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Fans shocked after realising John Cena and Hannah Montana star Jason Earles are the same ageFans were left with their jaws on the floor after they discovered John Cena and Hannah Montana star Jason Earles are the same age.

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Montana Attorney General Challenges Mail-in Ballot DeadlineA court ruling that allows election ballots to be counted as long as they are postmarked by June 2 is being challenged by Montana Attorney General Tim Fox.

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Authorities: Bear Attacks Mountain Biker in Southern MontanaA mountain biker was attacked by a grizzly bear Monday near the southern Montana community of Big Sky, according to authorities.

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Number of Coronavirus Cases Remains Steady in MontanaNo new cases of the coronavirus were reported in Montana on Monday for the fifth straight day, keeping the total number of cases at 479.

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Montana brides find ways to celebrate special day amid pandemicClick here for updates on this story. BILLINGS, Mont. — For as long as Mikkayla Johnson could remember, she has always wanted to be a teacher, a mom and a wife.

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Western states lead nation in vote-by-mail elections; no evidence either party is favoredWhen it comes to Election Day, Western states might be more prepared to face pandemic-related election challenges than the rest of the U.S. In 2018, 69% of votes in the West were cast by mail, according to the Vote at Home Institute.

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Montana brides find ways to celebrate special day amid pandemicClick here for updates on this story. BILLINGS, Mont. — For as long as Mikkayla Johnson could remember, she has always wanted to be a teacher, a mom and a wife.

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Whitefish looks to approve $65M budget as wastewater project loomsWhitefish City Manager Dana Smith said that while this is a significant increase, the main purpose of the increase was to budget for the waste water management treatment project.

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EPA report suggests rivers aren't for salmonCN) - It's hard to cool river water heated to temperatures that kill salmon. So the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency suggested Oregon and Washington state change the designated "uses" of the Columbia and Snake Rivers so they are no longer expressly for salmon.

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Guest Post: My Roots Run DeepIn Montana, candidates running for office often introduce themselves by sharing what generation of Montanan they are.

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Harmon's Histories: Prohibition brought chases, deaths, acquittals to Missoula ~ Missoula CurrentThe chase lasted for about a mile, with McLaughlin putting up "a hard race" while her baby sat atop "eight pints of moonshine liquor in the front seat of the car and a boy about 10 years of age beside four quarts of the liquor in the back seat."

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Sen. Daines talks Montana's path forward with COVID-19With the COVID-19 pandemic, there's been a lot of focus on state leadership. We wanted to check in with our national delegation via video chat to gauge their concerns and ask what they want to see done in Washington, D.

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Montana Viewpoint: A house divided by partisnashipThe division of partisan politics and petty political bickering "gives the advantage to powerful nations that are 'united' by dictatorships, whereas we are being divided by democracy," Jim Elliott writes.

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Montana Viewpoint: A house divided by partisanashipThe division of partisan politics and petty political bickering "gives the advantage to powerful nations that are 'united' by dictatorships, whereas we are being divided by democracy," Jim Elliott writes.

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Helena HikesTake a look at a map of Helena. It's a small city surrounded by green.

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Grizzly bear attacks mountain biker in Montana: authoritiesA mountain biker in Montana was attacked by a grizzly bear during a ride near Big Sky, authorities said.

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Court temporarily blocks law that restricts Indigenous voting rightsMontana - May 22, 2020, Yellowstone County District Court has issued a temporary restraining order blocking a state law that severely restricts Indigenous people's right to vote.

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Montana's second Gold Star Memorial installed in Great FallsIn an effort to honor the families of fallen servicemen and women, Great Falls Flower Growers and Rainbow Garden Club raised money to install a Gold Star Memorial marker along the western edge of the Montana Veterans Memorial.

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FCS Football: North Dakota State, Montana Headline Winningest FCS Programs This CenturyNorth Dakota State, Montana Headline Winningest FCS Programs This Century.

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5 Ways To Manage Multiple SclerosisIndividuals with multiple sclerosis know how difficult the condition can make everyday life. While there is no known cure for MS, there are many helpful practices and lifestyle changes which can alleviate the symptoms significantly.

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Heilman stands with Planned ParenthoodDakota Heilman writes, "The past few legislative sessions, there have been various attempts to repeal a woman's reproductive right to choose, as you most likely know."

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Letters: Dudik is the qualified and proven leader Montana needs for AGI have been so impressed with her ability to bring people together to reform Montana laws and move Montana forward.""

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Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, May 26It was a cool but beautiful Memorial Day morning as the United Veterans Council presented a ceremony at a local church.

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Grizzly bear attacks man mountain biking in Big SkyA man was in critical but stable condition Monday night after being attacked by a grizzly bear in Big Sky.

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Kalispell Sees Gradual Rise in Flights, Hotel StaysEver since Montana's stay-at-home order expired on April 24, Glacier Park International Airport Director Rob Ratkowski has noticed a gradual rise in travelers as summer approaches.

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Mallory Ottariano, KIND ApparelMallory Ottariano founded KIND Apparel with a hope to create functional, fashionable, and sustainable clothing that keeps up with active women.

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Coronavirus: Montana school opens with social distancing pool noodlesTeachers at Willow Creek School in Montana wore cloth face masks and held 6-foot-long pool noodles while a handful of students played in the grass in front of the school.

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Pick n Pay Montana closes after worker tests positive for Covid-19According to Pick n Pay spokesperson Janine Caradonna, the close contacts of the staff members were immediately traced and sent home to self-quarantine for the required period.

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Montana GOP Officials Brand Colleague a Wannabe KillerThe state's utility regulators are spending an awful lot of blabbing to conspiracy blogs about how their fellow commissioners are the truly unhinged ones.

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People Are Just Realising John Cena And Hannah Montana's Brother Are The Same AgeJust take a moment to let that sink in. Earles played Jackson Stewart in the classic Disney Channel sitcom, brother of Miley Cyrus' titular pop star.

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UM Researcher Studies How Living Things Affect The AtmosphereUniversity of Montana Associate Professor Ashley Ballantyne is a bioclimatologist. "And what that means is I study how the biosphere and the atmosphere interact," Ballantyne says.

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COVID-19 Relief Proposals: Bail Out States, WorkersBut one progressive group says the federal government should bail out the states that are dependent on energy production, not oil and gas companies....

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Montana Learning Center at Canyon Ferry celebrates grand opening for new telescopesOn Saturday night, dozens of people were on hand as the center celebrated the official grand opening of the Mike and Lynn Rice Astronomical Park.

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Yellowstone National ParkBeing forced to take a 300 mile detour due to covid road closures was worth it.

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Authorities: Bear attacks mountain biker in southern MontanaA mountain biker was attacked by a grizzly bear Monday near the southern Montana community of Big Sky, according to authorities.

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Montana Grizzly Bear Attack: Mountain Biker Sustains Critical Injuries To Face, Neck During Encounter"It does not look like a predatory attack," said a spokesperson for Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks Department.

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Q2 Weather: Spring-time in Montana, 70s to 90s in one weekHere again we go from snowfall in Red Lodge this past weekend and up into the 90s by the next weekend.

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Man survives attack by grizzly bear near Big SkyIt was a surprise encounter with the bear, according to Morgan Jacobsen of Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks.

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Grizzly bear attacks biker in MontanaAuthorities say a mountain biker was attacked by a grizzly bear Monday near the southern Montana community of Big Sky.

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Number of coronavirus cases remains steady in MontanaNo new cases of the coronavirus have been reported in Montana for the fifth straight day, keeping the total number of cases at 479.

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Judge extends absentee ballot deadline; AG Fox to appealA state district judge says if Montanans postmark their absentee ballot for the primary election by Election Day on June 2, the ballot should be counted - if it arrives to county election officials no later than June 8.

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Can't Hold me Back Any LongerWe've all felt the impact from this pandemic on different levels. Some have lost their jobs, their businesses, and even loved ones.

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Authorities: Bear attacks mountain biker in southern MontanaAuthorities say a mountain biker was attacked by a grizzly bear Monday near the southern Montana community of Big Sky.

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Superior Livestock summer video sales go on despite COVID-19Every summer, thousands of cattle from this region are marketed through video sales. And with another busy summer video sales season already upon us, Superior Livestock Auction , like others, continues to persevere through these very unprecedented times.

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Missoula's Cranky Sam Public House opensCranky Sam Public House is now open and the downtown Missoula location has more than just beer to offer.

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1 killed, 1 hurt in crash near PolsonA crash Saturday evening in the Mission Valley left one person dead and another injured, bringing Montana's fatality count to 38.

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Manhattan paints the town orange for graduating seniorsLocals were encouraged to display orange banners and flags, as well as dress up their homes and storefronts with Manhattan Tigers spirit decoration.

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New Scoop: Billings ice cream truck to be carried on by eager entrepreneurWhen Bailey Scott made the decision to move to Arizona to pursue a life as a pastor, she knew it meant giving up her thriving ice cream truck business.

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One person dead after shootout with Flathead law enforcementAn investigation is underway following a fatal shooting incident involving law enforcement in the Flathead.

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Montanans should prepare as COVID-19 complicates firefightingCrews will be fighting wildland fires differently this year, and fires may burn longer. So Montana communities should prepare for fire and smoke ahead of time.

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Man Dead After Standoff with Law Enforcement in KilaAccording to the Flathead County Sheriff's Office, law enforcement received a report of a disturbance involving a weapon on Rogers Lake Road Sunday evening.

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Which way is right?In the Flathead's HD 11, incumbent firebrand Derek Skees faces Dee Kirk-Boon.

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Amy Regier Best Candidate for House District 6I have watched Amy Regier grow up in the valley. She has been successful in her medical career.

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Number of coronavirus cases remains steady in MontanaHELENA, Mont. — No new cases of the coronavirus were reported in Montana on Monday...

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Coronavirus in Montana: COVID-19 cases hold steady again MondayMontana saw no new positive tests of COVID-19 Monday, the fourth day in a row the state has not reported a new case of the respiratory illness.

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Man killed in standoff with deputies in northwest MontanaMISSOULA, Mont. — Montana authorities say a man was killed following an exchange of gunfire with law enforcement officers in the northwest part of the state.

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Montana attorney general challenges mail-in ballot deadlineA court ruling that allows election ballots to be counted as long as they are postmarked by June 2 is being challenged by Montana Attorney General Tim Fox.

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Broken PromisesNicki's alarm blared at 5:45 AM. Reaching for the snooze button, the anxiety in her chest began.

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Montana sees no change in confirmed COVID-19 casesFor the fourth consecutive day, Montana did not add a confirmed case of COVID-19, according to the Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map.

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Montanans should prepare as COVID-19 complicates firefightingCrews will be fighting wildland fires differently this year, and fires may burn longer. So Montana communities should prepare for fire and smoke ahead of time.

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Engen: Raph Graybill is the right person to serve as Montana's next Attorney GeneralJohn Engen writes, " dedication to fighting for Montana long predates the current crisis, when he fought against dark money in campaigns, protected net neutrality and public lands, defended our constitution, and defeated big tobacco."

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Voices: Thanks Missoula County for opening our farmers marketsJulie Peters and Derek Goldman write, "We are grateful to the Health Department, the market managers, the County Commissioners and others who worked hard to arrive at a plan to minimize risk of disease transmission, while still allowing local farmers to sell their nutritious produce to local customers."

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Dakota Hileman: We must protect our public landsDakota Hileman writes, "Our public open spaces are what make Montana such a beautiful and gratifying place to live and I do not believe that we should be selling them to wealthy out of staters, people that oftentimes don't hold Montana's interest at heart."

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Republican candidate for governor Greg Gianforte on the MT LowdownIf elected, Gianforte says, his immediate COVID recovery plans would include a broad lowering of taxes, a housecleaning of leadership at many state agencies, and a "top-to-bottom regulatory review across all state agencies."

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Brad Ouldhouse Social Media MarketerIn this episode of The Montana Business Podcast, the producers of the show sit and talk about the state of businesses as Montana begins to re-open into the post-pandemic era.

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Local High Schools Holding Outdoor Graduation CeremoniesOver the next two weeks, high schools across the Flathead Valley are holding modified outdoor graduation ceremonies with strict social distancing measures and attendance limitations in place.

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New Montana moms give advice to expecting momsWhen it comes to having a baby, during, the coronavirus pandemic things are a little different than they have been in the past.

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Number of coronavirus cases remains steady in MontanaNo new cases of the coronavirus were reported in Montana on Monday for the fifth straight day, keeping the total number of cases at 479.

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Former NFL Quarterback Ryan Leaf Arrested in CaliforniaLeaf, 44, was arrested on a domestic battery charge in Palm Desert, which is about 110 miles southeast of Los Angeles, according to booking information provided by the Riverside County Sheriff's Department on Saturday.

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Ballots Postmarked on or Before June 2 Will be CountedWith the state's primary election just over a week away, a Montana judge has temporarily suspended a state law that says absentee ballots must be received in a county election office by 8 p.m.

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Wyoming adds 23 confirmed COVID-19 casesWyoming added 23 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the prior 24-hour reporting period, pushing the state total to 638.

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Hamilton Virus Outbreak Tied to Luxury Golf ClubAn outbreak of COVID-19 in western Montana is tied to an exclusive golf and country club developed by financial executive Charles Schwab, club officials said.

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Superior Livestock summer video sales go on despite COVID-19Every summer, thousands of cattle from this region are marketed through video sales. And with another busy summer video sales season already upon us, Superior Livestock Auction , like others, continues to persevere through these very unprecedented times.

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1 killed, 1 hurt in crash near PolsonA crash Saturday evening in the Mission Valley left one person dead and another injured, bringing Montana's fatality count to 38.

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Klinker plans to play overseas before returning to MoscowMOSCOW, ID — Lizzy Klinker wants to be the president of the United States. And the Fairfield, Montana native and basketball star believes the caliber of her degree from the.

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How Do Montana's Moose Measure Up? 'Field Notes' InvestigatesOn a sunny June day, I was standing among a group of budding naturalists, sketching the bark of a cottonwood tree.

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Coronavirus in Montana: No new COVID-19 cases for 3rd straight dayOf Montana's 479 cases, 441 have recovered, according to the state Department of Health and Human Services.

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Brockman is the Right ChoiceI have known Tony Brockman for nearly 20 years, first in my role as a teacher at Flathead High School, then as a colleague and friend as we worked on projects together.

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Friends, Don't Let Your Friends Vote Republican in the PrimaryAs we enter the last few days of the primary season, I keep seeing social media posts from progressive people who are talking about voting in the Republican primary.

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The Campaign Ad Greg Gianforte Doesn't Want You to SeeIt would be a real shame if you shared this.

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VIDEO: The Rebound MontanaHere's your weekly look at The Rebound Montana. The program airs every Sunday at 6:30 a.m.

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The Democratic Primary Campaigns for Governor Reveal Leadership. The Choice is ClearI live by a rather simple philosophy when it comes to what political campaigns reveal about candidates: they usually expose just how the person running the campaign will govern.

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VIDEO: The Rebound MontanaHere's your weekly look at The Rebound Montana. The program airs every Sunday at 6:30 a.m.

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Boat inspection stations: What they are doing to keep you and Montana waters safeMissoula County Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator Lindsey Bona-Eggeman, says the boat and watercraft inspectors have been following Fish wildlife and parks protocol since March, which includes wearing masks, hand washing, and keeping 6 feet apart distance from the boaters.

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Boat inspection stations: what they are doing to keep you and Montana waters safeMissoula County Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator Lindsey Bona-Eggeman, says the boat and watercraft inspectors have been following Fish wildlife and parks protocol since March, which includes wearing masks, hand washing, and keeping 6 feet apart distance from the boaters.

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Bitterroot National Forest urging "clean camps" as facilities open this weekendThe camping mantra has always been to leave a "clean camp" after you're heading home from an outing, and that's especially true as we hit the first big holiday weekend since the start of COVID-19.

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Kalispell Elks, Hockaday Museum team up to honor veteransThe Kalispell Elks Lodge gave a generous donation to the Hockaday Museum honoring veterans ahead of Memorial Day.

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Flathead Electric funds grant to help keep kids safe during bus stopsThe board awarded $5,000 to the Flathead Community Foundation helping provide longer stop swing arms on school buses.

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Earlier UM Fall Semester schedule driven by safety precautionsUnder the schedule announced this week, the Fall semester at UM will start on Wednesday, Aug.

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Stock Farm Club thanking Ravalli County for help with coronavirus outbreakManagers of the Stock Farm Club are thanking Ravalli County health officials for a quick response after eight of its employees tested positive for COVID-19.

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Whitefish Mayor addresses Phase 2 reopening, and touristsMayor Mhulfeld said that due to tourists traveling to Whitefish increasing the out-of-state visitor 14-day quarantine is still mandated until May 31st.

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COVID-19 case total holds steadyFor the third consecutive day, Montana's confirmed total of COVID-19 cases did not change, according to the Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map.

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