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State Supreme Court Upholds Ruling on Green Party CandidatesHELENA – The Montana Supreme Court said in an opinion released Wednesday that it rejected a Republican-backed bid to get Montana Green Party candidates on the November ballot because a petition to qualify them was not supported by the Green Party itself.

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Nastia Liukin Stuns In Tight Denim and Cowboy Hat for Montana TripEnjoying the great outdoors.

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Montana reports 333 new COVID-19 casesThe number of additional cases sets a new single day record, eclipsing the previous record of 293 on Sept.

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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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New Shape Up Montana Jump Start encouraging registrationShape Up Montana is a team-based healthy lifestyle program of the Big Sky State Games that helps Montanans to be more physically active and make healthier nutrition choices.

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Conservation FundingThe North American Model of Wildlife Conservation is largely a tale of towering achievement, the source of untold chapters and subplots that form sprawling conservation success stories in their own right.

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We Need Honesty and Integrity in GovernmentThe work of the 2019 legislative session has come full circle on two bills vetted in the Senate State Administration Veterans' Affairs Committee, which I chaired.

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MSU TechLink receives federal grant to help high-tech companiesMontana State University's TechLink Center has been awarded a federal grant to expand its assistance to technology-related businesses across Montana.

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UM College of Business names first woman as deanSuzanne Tilleman, who has been interim dean at the University of Montana's College of Business since May 2019, will begin her duties immediately.

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Trump won't commit to peaceful transfer if he loses electionWhen asked directly if he would commit to a peaceful transition of power should the 2020 election not fall in his favor, President Donald Trump refused to answer before exiting a White House press briefing for an "emergency call."

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Solar developers win another Montana Supreme Court decision against PSCFor the second time in as many months, the Montana Supreme Court has said the state Public Service Commission illegally undermined a solar-power project - a decision that may clear the way for the project to proceed.

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Bigfork Independent Film Festival to showcase Montana made moviesKPAX) BIGFORK — A total of 26 independent films - ranging anywhere from features to short films and documentaries - will be showcased at the 4th annual Bigfork Independent Film Festival at the Bigfork Center for Performing Arts in October,.

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Letters: Tranel understands the complex issues facing Montana PSCGary Matson of Milltown writes, "This year's state and federal elections are the most consequential in our lifetimes."

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Update on Sports Betting in MontanaIn March of 2020, retail sports betting operators in Montana were given the green light to start taking bets.

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Butte police officer recognized for heroic rescueButte police officer Nick Butorovich had to act quickly last week to remove an unconscious woman trapped in her overturned vehicle that was fully engulfed in flames.

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Lieutenant Governor candidates share North Central Montana and Great Falls tiesGREAT FALLS — If you're still undecided in the race for Montana's next Governor, maybe the running mates will help you decide.

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Letters: Montana PSC needs Tranel to regulate monopoly utilitiesDavid James of Eureka writes, "Those who follow the PSC understand that the Commission has been a rubber stamp for these utility monopolies, not an advocate for Montana ratepayers."

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If You Wanted to See Him Naked You Could Have Just Asked7:46 a.m. A woman in Libby found a bunch of beer cans and a pair of pants on the lawn near a coffee shop.

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Judge to rule soon on attempt to block Montana mail ballotsU.S. District Judge Dana Christensen heard arguments in Missoula on a motion by President Donald Trump's campaign and other Republican groups who want to overturn an option that Gov.

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Parks at a PremiumMontana State Parks recorded 1.4 million visitors from January through June of this year, marking a 25.4% increase compared with the same time period last year and underscoring the need for state land managers to secure additional recreational sites to keep up with demand.

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Extreme wind will take over Montana on ThursdayThis passing cold front will keep daytime high temperatures a bit cooler on Thursday, with highs expected in the upper 60s.

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Manhattan, Montana Lands Its Own "Trumptana" StoreA pro Trump store is now open in Manhattan, Montana. Bob Larson checked out the new Trumptana store.

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Rosendale and Williams Face Off in Montana House Race DebateHere's the full debate between Republican US House candidate Matt Rosendale and Democrat Kathleen Williams in Montana.

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Montana Film Office posts casting call for Missoula movieAnother feature film is looking for actors in the Missoula area. According to IMBD "Slant Streets" is a memory loss drama about a homeless Native American in Montana trying to put his life together, despite losing his memory.

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Montana reports 121 schools with COVID casesMontana health officials reported Wednesday 121 schools with COVID-19 cases, about double the amount reported the previous week.

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Montana schools COVID-19 report sees a 294-case jumpNew data shows Montana added 294 cases of COVID-19 in schools since the last report came out last Wednesday.

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A group from Montana drove 17 hours to drop off fire relief donationsDriving over 750 miles and a total of 17 hours, Kerry Duff and a group of her friends from Missoula, Montana hauled piles of donations collected in less than a week for Almeda Fire survivors.

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Community helps replace 13-year-old's fossil collection destroyed in Bridger Foothills FireAlmost three weeks ago, the Bridger Foothills Fire destroyed a family's home, filled with memories, comfort, and security — everything, including a 13-year-old boy's most prized possession: his fossil collection.

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Somewhere in Montana Shower Curtain for Sale by Cathy AndersonOur shower curtains are made from 100% polyester fabric and include 12 holes at the top of the curtain for simple hanging from your own shower curtain rings.

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Federal Court Hears GOP Arguments Against All-Mail Voting In MontanaAttorneys for President Donald Trump's campaign and the national and state GOP argued in federal court Tuesday against Montana Gov.

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Governor Says Montana Jobs Bouncing Back, Economists Say It's Still EarlyMontana's governor says the state's employment rate is in a healthier place compared to many other states after the coronavirus pandemic led to government mandated business closures earlier this year.

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Panel: COVID-19 Carries "Tsunami Impact" For Indigenous CommunitiesCommunity leaders reviewed COVID-19's disproportionate impact to Indigenous people across Montana during a virtual roundtable on Sept.

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Governor Says Montana Jobs Bouncing Back, Economists Say It's Still EarlyMontana's governor says the state's employment rate is in a healthier place compared to many other states after the coronavirus pandemic led to government mandated business closures earlier this year.

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Wildfires' Toxic Air Leaves Damage Long After the Smoke ClearsSEELEY LAKE, Mont. — When researchers arrived in this town tucked in the Northern Rockies three years ago, they could still smell the smoke a day after it.

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Evening Newscast 09-21-20Evening Newscast for September 23, 2020.

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Federal Court Hears GOP Arguments Against All-Mail Voting In MontanaAttorneys for President Donald Trump's campaign and the national and state GOP argued in federal court Tuesday against Montana Gov.

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The Impacts of Inadequate Child Care in MontanaHow much would you guess was the cost of inadequate child care to the Montana economy in 2019?

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Southern Montana passenger rail would co-exist with freight using established protocolsIf passenger rail service returns to Montana's "Southern Route" in the coming years, trains will have to co-exist with lines already busy with freight traffic.

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Bigfork Independent Film Festival to showcase Montana-made filmsBIGFORK — A total of 26 independent films - ranging anywhere from features to short films and documentaries - will be showcased at the 4th annual Bigfork Independent Film Festival at the Bigfork Center for Performing Arts in October,.

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MHSA Announces Changes to Post Season CompetitionThe Montana High School Association at their board meeting on Sept. 21 approved new formats for some post season athletic competitions.

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Smokey NightsAfter a few weeks of constant movement it was a nice reprieve to be stationary for nearly a full week.

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Montana Wildfire Update For September 23, 2020Firefighters are racing to control multiple lightning caused wildfires in southcentral and southeast Montana before gusty winds and warm temperatures are expected to descend on the region tomorrow Thursday.

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High court avoids ‘impermissible bias' question in solar utility rulingHELENA — The Montana Supreme Court has upheld a ruling from last year in which a state District Court judge criticized the Montana Public Service Commission's handling of a rate contract dispute between a solar power developer and NorthWestern Energy.

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Montana Prep Football Rankings: Sept. 23The Class AA rankings remained steady, full of the two-win teams in the state. In the Western Conference, none of the top five ranked teams face off against one another until week five, and the two Billings schools don't meet until Oct.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg lauded as trailblazer in Supreme Court ceremonyWASHINGTON — It was a somber and silent ceremony Wednesday morning as hundreds gathered to watch the casket of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ascend the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Southern MT passenger rail would co-exist with freight using established protocolsIf passenger rail service returns to Montana's "Southern Route" in the coming years, trains will have to co-exist with lines already busy with freight traffic.

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Cooney, healthcare workers defend ACA as U.S. Supreme Court hearing loomsCiting attacks on the Affordable Care Act and a looming U.S Supreme Court decision, gubernatorial candidate Mike Cooney drew a sharp line Wednesday between his healthcare plans and that of his opponent, saying tens of thousands of Montanans depend upon the existing system for care.

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Gianforte supports Trump-appointed Ginsburg replacement before electionWhile neither have a say in the matter, Montana's two candidates for governor took different views on efforts by Senate Republicans to name a replacement for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the U.S. Supreme Court before the November election.

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Solar-power developers win another MT Supreme Court decisionFor the second time in as many months, the Montana Supreme Court has said the state Public Service Commission illegally undermined a solar-power project - a decision that may clear the way for the project to proceed.

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Watch: MontanaPBS Vote 2020Montana's lone U.S. House seat is being vacated at the end of the current term.

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'Solid strategic decision:' City collects rent on Sleepy Inn; housing in future plansBy the end of September, the City of Missoula will have received $260,000 in rent on its Sleepy Inn property, or roughly one quarter of the $1.1 million used to purchase the property in April for a quarantine shelter.

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Artist Helen L. Rietz Finds Beauty In Montana's 'Bypassed' PlacesArtist Helen L. Rietz is one of the more unique and recognizable artists in Montana.

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Free Tools for Guessing Words EasilyWith a lot of time spent indoors as a consequence of global lockdowns imposed by our governments to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus, many people have turned toward word-guessing games.

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Lawyers Eye Neo-Nazi Website Founder's Assets for $14M AwardAttorneys for a Montana real estate agent are eyeing the assets of a neo-Nazi website operator to collect a $14 million court judgment against the man for an anti-Semitic online “troll storm” that he orchestrated against the Jewish woman and her family, court filings show.

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Strong cold front will impact Montana ThursdayNoticeable wildfire smoke has once again settled into SW Montana. Air quality conditions are not nearly as terrible as last week but it's still noticeable with moderate ratings for most reporting stations in our area.

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Montana High Court Rules Regulators Set Unfair Solar TermsBILLINGS — The Montana Supreme Court has ruled that state energy regulators set unfair terms that rendered the MTSUN solar farm uneconomical.

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Student Who Killed Two in MSU Dorm Denied ParoleBOZEMAN — The Montana State University student convicted of shooting and killing two men in his dorm in 1990 was denied parole for the third time.

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Steve Daines Will Vote to Confirm Anyone Donald Trump Tells Him ToWhile Steve Daines has already demonstrated the hypocrisy that everyone who watches Montana politics knew he would when reversed himself on election-year Supreme Court nominations, his announcement also signaled that he plans to abandon his obligation as a Senator to ensure that only the most qualified serve on the nation's highest court.

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Mercer Eyes Podium to Finish Flathead Career"Golf is a fickle game," Roy Antley said before the start of the last regular season tournament on September 17.

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Montana student who killed 2 in dorm in 1990 denied paroleThe Montana State University student who shot and killed two men in his dorm in 1990 was not granted parole for the third time.

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Montana High School Association announces updated fall postseason formatsThe Montana High School Association executive board approved a variety of postseason formats for its fall activities - golf, cross country, soccer, volleyball and football.

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Montana is ready to vote by mailThe recent lawsuit alleging that Montana's mail-in elections are risky discredits Montana's election administrators. Montanans can vote safely and securely by mail in this election and every election.

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Whitefish Care and Rehab cited for COVID-19 deficienciesMore than 75% of residents at Whitefish Care and Rehab have tested positive for COVID-19 since late August, with COVID-19 related deaths at the facility reaching double digits.

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Northern Montana Hospital holding drive-through flu clinicAfter holding a successful drive-through in-house influenza vaccination clinic Monday and Tuesday, Northern Montana Health Care is set to hold the same kind of clinic for the general public.

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6 Made in Montana Companies to Produce ‘Montana Aware' MasksMONTANA – The Montana Department of Commerce today announced that six Made in Montana program members will produce 25,000 masks as part of the state’s “Montana Aware” initiative to promote safe and responsible fall travel.Â.

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Double bindTribal leaders have worked to keep the coronavirus off their reservations because of its deadly impact on Native populations.

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Whitefish Mountain Resort to Require Pass for Uphill TravelSkiers eschewing lifts at Whitefish Mountain Resort this winter will now be required to have an uphill access pass.

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Local partnerships create magical fairy village along Bozeman's Gallagator TrailThe Gallatin Valley Landtrust and a local children's theatre company, called Random Acts of Silliness, partnered together to bring a little magical experience to Bozeman.

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Whitefish Care and Rehab cited for COVID-19 deficienciesThe COVID-19 Focused Control Survey at the facility was conducted by Montana department of health officials on August 31 and September 1.

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Native Americans feel double pain in season of COVID and firesOn the Flathead Reservation north of Missoula, Montana, COVID-19 hit the fire crew of the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes before the fires did.

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Flathead County landfill seeing big increase in wasteFlathead County officials say there has been a huge increase in solid waste this summer.

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Efforts to get out the vote appear to be paying off in MontanaFrom social media alerts to Google's doodle on Tuesday to good old-fashioned snail mail, a massive effort is underway nationwide to get people to register to vote and based on some voter registration numbers here in Montana, the effort appears to be paying off.

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Montana Ag Network: demand for local beef has surged during pandemicHIGHWOOD — Big Sky Montana Beef and Malek Angus Ranch owner Ty Malek says he's seen a big surge in demand for local beef as more families are eating at home during the pandemic.

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Austin Knudsen's Dangerous Failures in Roosevelt County Spread Covid-19, Failed to Address Violent CrimeIt's no longer the distinction of overseeing the county with the highest rate of violent crime in Montana for Republican Attorney General candidate Austin Knudsen.

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From Poland, with love: Members of Montana Army Reserve unit rescue dogs from overseasSgt. Corina Kimball, an intelligence noncommissioned officer from Great Falls, Montana, with the 652nd Regional Support Group, sits with her dogs Cinnamon, left, and Pepper, right, September 14 at Fort William Henry Harrison, Helena, Montana.

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Billings Central's Camden Capser commits to MontanaBillings Central kicker Camden Capser has committed to play football at the University of Montana.

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Missoula County funds social organizations, looks to address equity with new position ~ Missoula CurrentSocial organizations across Missoula County will receive $820,000 in revenue to meet what officials described as basic human needs.

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Montana reports 2 additional deaths, 214 new COVID-19 casesMontana state health officials reported two additional deaths and 214 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, according to the Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map.

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Montana high court again rules regulatory commission's solar dealings were shadyThe Montana Supreme Court has affirmed a lower court ruling that found a state regulator wrongly discouraged the development of a proposed 80 megawatt solar project by MTSun LLC in southern Montana, its second ruling siding with small solar developers in less than a month.

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Montana Reported 214 New COVID-19 Cases, 122 Active Cases in MissoulaAs of Wednesday morning, Montana has confirmed 10,912 positive COVID-19 cases. Montana's COVID-19 case tracking map shows 214 new confirmed cases.

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214 new cases of COVID-19 in MontanaMontana state health officials report 10912 total cases of COVID-19 for Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2020, 165 people have died of the virus.

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Efforts to get out the vote appear to be paying off in MontanaGREAT FALLS — From social media alerts to Google's doodle on Tuesday to good old-fashioned snail mail, a massive effort is underway nationwide to get people to register to vote and based on some voter registration numbers here in Montana, the effort appears to be paying off.

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Montana Tech men, Rocky Mountain College women each win 2nd straight Frontier Conference golf meetFor the first time in program history, the Montana Tech men's golf team has won back-to-back Frontier Conference tournaments.

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Montana manufacturers to offer tours as part of national eventThe Montana Manufacturing Extension Center is providing guidance about how to host and attend the virtual and in-person tours throughout October.

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Judge Will Rule Soon on GOP Attempt to Block Mail BallotsRequiring Montana counties to open polling places for Novembers election would be "absolutely catastrophic, for voters and for public health, the governors chief legal counsel, Raph Graybill, told..."

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Cooney Takes in More Donations than Gianforte in Past MonthDemocratic Lt. Gov. Mike Cooney again received more donations than Republican U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte in the most recent campaign reporting period in the race for Montana governor....

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Doctor: Montana Seeing 'Remarkable Increase' in COVID CasesHELENA – Montana is seeing a “remarkable increase” in COVID-19 cases in the past two weeks, the state's medical officer said Tuesday, as officials urged residents to step up measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and seasonal influenza.

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Jeff Bridges Stumps for Montana DemocratsBILLINGS – Montana Democrats are rolling out “The Dude” again as they seek to burnish the party's November ticket with some star power and counter GOP heavyweights such as Vice President Mike Pence.

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How to Find the Most Reliable LawyersThere are endless reasons why you need to hire an attorney. If you want to know how to find the best lawyers, check out the following guide.

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Awesome Vacation Spots For Families in the USAThere are many hidden gems all over the USA that are relatively underappreciated. Check out these family-friendly vacation spots.

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Top stories from today's Montana This Morning, Sept. 23, 202023, 2020 - latest local news and headlines from across the world.

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Cooler weather in place by Friday in SW MontanaToday's Forecast: Air quality for southwest Montana remains in the moderate range. We do have a large system moving through the area Thursday night and Friday.

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6 Tips for Keeping Your Dog Happy and HealthyFor most people, dogs are a part of the family, and we do everything we can to look after them.

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Outside campaign money in Montana governor's race nears $20MKPAX) While Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Gianforte’s campaign has outspent Democrat Mike Cooney by a 3-to-1 margin, outside groups are helping Cooney keep the overall spending relatively close in the competitive contest.

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GOP argues mail-in voting suit against Bullock in District Court; state countersKPAX) Attorneys for the Republican Party and the Trump campaign accuse Gov. Steve Bullock of "creating chaos" on the "eve of the election" with his decision allowing counties to implement vote-by-mail in November.

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Montana VA asks everyone to help prevent suicideVA staff want people to know that help is available and hope more veterans will reach out before they're in crisis.

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Voices: The living owe past generations who worked for a better tomorrowMike Schwinden writes, "By the dawn of the 21st century there was less hunger and more literacy than at any point in human history, but clearly there is more to be done to improve the human experience here and abroad."

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What Do Your Customers Believe?As we slowly move toward whatever the next normal, think about how your customers navigate this week or next.

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Letters: Diane Magone has the effective leadership needed in Montana SenateDeborah Lewis writes, "Diane grew up in the Superior area and after getting a degree in social work and working in Missoula, she returned to Superior to care for her aging father."

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Hamilton police issue missing person advisory for 80-year old womanMISSOULA — The Montana Department of Justice has issued a Missing-Endangered Person Advisory for Carol Woodward Nutt.

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EPA awards Montana State University grant funding to prevent pollutionAs we celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Pollution Prevention Act, we are proud to award MSU almost $500,000 in P2 funds to protect the environment, increase sustainability, and reduce waste and costs, ” said EPA Regional Administrator Greg Sopkin.

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Montana Morning State News Headlines for Wednesday, September 23Governor Bullock holds press conference to talk about increasing rates of COVID cases, and Missoula County has one of the biggest increases.

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Gov. Bullock's authority, election confusion argued in mailed voting suitsUS District Court Judge Dana Christensen will issue a ruling as counties plan on using vote-by-mail as a safety precaution during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Podcast: COVID-19 on the RiseDig even deeper into the biggest stories of the last seven days with the Beacons weekly podcast.

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Montana high court rules regulators set unfair solar termsThe Montana Supreme Court has ruled that state energy regulators set unfair terms that rendered the MTSUN solar farm uneconomical.

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America's Air Quality AlertSmoke is roiling the nation. At least the sunsets are pretty, though it's not as if sunsets need help in that regard.

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Real Estate Market TrendsBack in March, we studied the quantity of new listings by calendar month. Let's refresh the data, to include numbers through August 2020.

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Know Your PSC Candidates and Choose WiselyAs I wrap up my eight years on the Public Service Commission, I think back on all that I have learned.

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Montana posts 214 new COVID-19 cases Wednesday, several in regionThe state posted 214 newly confirmed cases of the coronavirus early Wednesday, with several reports surfacing in northcentral and northeastern Montana and total hospitalizations passing the 600 mark.

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Your FutureMy younger friends, the future belongs to you. Boomers like me barely manage the situation, as you've noticed in 2020.

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Montana student who killed 2 in dorm in 1990 denied paroleThe Montana State University student convicted of shooting and killing two men in his dorm in 1990 was denied parole for the third time.

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Montana recreational marijuana ballot measure allows only local operatorsMontana voters will decide in November if they want to join the growing list of states with adult-use marijuana, and if they do, the market will be one of a shrinking number of markets that allow only in-state residents to comprise the industry.

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Missing Person Advisory issued for Montana womanThe Montana Department of Justice has issued a Missing-Endangered Person Advisory for Carol Woodward Nutt.

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Hamilton police issue missing person advisory for 80-year old womanThe Montana Department of Justice has issued a Missing-Endangered Person Advisory for Carol Woodward Nutt.

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In Montana, Tracking Long-Term Health Effects of Wildfire SmokeA Northern Rockies town was inundated with dangerous smoke levels for 49 days. It's now a case study for smoke exposure.

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COVID-19 in MontanaGREAT FALLS — There were 214 new cases and two new deaths added to the total on the Montana Response COVID-19 tracking site on Wednesday morning.

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Native Americans in Montana face voting challengesAn organization in Montana says Native Americans have always faced challenges, especially when it comes to voting.

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Montana Coronavirus Closures, Restrictions And ExemptionsUpdated 09/22/20 While the state has seen a recent increase in confirmed COVID-19 cases, Gov.

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No arrest in Montana fatal shooting during assaultMontana authorities have not filed charges against a man involved in a fatal shooting in response to what police said was an ongoing assault of a woman.

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Montana FWP Warns Of Arsenic In Pond South Of WhitehallMontana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is advising people to limit the amount of fish they eat from Piedmont Pond south of Whitehall after elevated levels of arsenic were detected in the water.

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Talen Proposes Partial Excavation Of Colstrip Waste PondsThe company that operates the Colstrip coal fired power plant is proposing to partially excavate waste ponds that have been contaminating groundwater for decades.

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COVID-19 Deaths In Montana Surpass Highway FatalitiesEdit 9/23: A former version of this story misspelled Amesh Adalja's name and it has been corrected.

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Evening Newscast 09-22-20Evening Newscast for September 22, 2020.

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U.S. House Passes Savanna's ActThe U.S. House Tuesday passed Savanna's Act, a policy that would require the Department of Justice to create new protocols to address missing or murdered Native Americans.

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Montana VA asks everyone to help prevent suicideVA staff want people to know that help is available and hope more veterans will reach out before they're in crisis.

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Missoula Housing Supply At 'Historically Low Levels'Missoula's residential real estate market remains red-hot with home sales up more than 20% from last year.

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Gov. Bullock's authority, election confusion argued in mailed voting suitsUS District Court Judge Dana Christensen will issue a ruling as counties plan on using vote-by-mail as a safety precaution during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Debate Highlights Two Different Takes On AG's OfficeMontana's two attorney general candidates sparred in Sunday's debate, showcasing the sharp contrast between how the Republican and the Democrat each view the elected position.

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COVID-19 now in top 10 leading causes of death in MontanaTuesday morning, Montana's state medical officer, Greg Holzman, joined Gov. Steve Bullock to discuss the current numbers of COVID-19 cases in the state.

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Drought conditions in NW Montana should subside by winterMISSOULA — The summer of 2020 won't go down as one of the more memorable years when it comes to weather extremes.

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Danenhauer Ready to Take Next Step for Bobcat GolfDespite her opening campaign as a Bobcat being cut short and the fall consisting of practice locally, Danenhauer is looking forward to the possibility of making her mark on the team next spring as she continues her success in the classroom.

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Trump Lawyer Agrees No Fraud in Montana's All-Mail PrimaryPresident Donald Trump's campaign agreed with a Montana judge that the state's June primary didn't lead to any fraud even though it was conducted almost entirely by mail, contradicting a theme being pressed by Republicans in litigation across the U.S. over expanded use of absentee ballots.

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The Ungulate Mating Calendar Demands Tight TimingI've seen white-tailed does and fawns in my yard all spring and summer. But just last week I saw two bucks.

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Golf Prepares for Divisionals, StateFlathead senior Marcella Mercer continued her undefeated streak for the season by taking medalist honors over teammate Jillian Wynne.

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Fearing A Census Undercount, Rural Montanans Count ThemselvesAs Montana continues to lag behind the national census response rate, members of hard to reach rural communities are counting themselves in grocery stores, libraries and bars.

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This Land is Your LandWith a rich hunting heritage that tracks back decades, Montana has consistently ranked near the top in the nation for per capita participation as resident and nonresident hunters alike seek out the Treasure State’s abundance of access to public and private lands for hunting and fishing.

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The Dude abides: "Big Lebowski" star Jeff Bridges stumps for Montana DemsBILLINGS — Montana Democrats are rolling out "The Dude" again as they seek to burnish the party's November ticket with some star power and counter GOP heavyweights such as Vice President Mike Pence.

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2020 Field GuideThe arrival of autumn marks the beginning of big game hunting season, a beloved time of year for the thousands of Montana residents who partake in the rich tradition.

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Hunters Asked to Submit Animals for CWD SamplingMontana Fish, Wildlife and Parks is once again relying on hunters to be citizen-scientists during the fall harvest season to help collect data on chronic wasting disease.

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Ballad of the Bird DogTodd Robins recalls clearly and poignantly the first time his eldest son, 12 years old at the time, hunted birds with him in the Sweet Grass Hills along the Hi-Line....

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Doctor: Montana seeing 'remarkable increase' in COVID casesMontana's chief medical officer says the state is seeing a "remarkable increase" in COVID-19 cases.

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Kalispell Sunrisers Lions Club Collaborates for Vision ScreeningWhen the Kalispell Sunrisers Lions Club first started providing vision-screening tests at schools across the Flathead Valley, a tumor was detected in a student’s eye, sending them to a hospital in Seattle immediately.

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Eash Top Freshman Runner West of DivideFlathead freshman Lilli Rumsey Eash completed a five-kilometer course in Missoula in 19:25, a season best time by more than 30 seconds.

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Outside campaign money in MT gov race: Approaching $20MWhile Republican gubernatorial candidate Greg Gianforte's campaign has outspent Democrat Mike Cooney by a 3-to-1 margin, outside groups are helping Cooney keep the overall spending relatively close in the competitive contest.

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Doctor: Montana seeing 'remarkable increase' in COVID casesMontana is seeing a "remarkable increase" in COVID-19 cases in the past two weeks, the state's medical officer said Tuesday, as officials urged residents to step up measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and seasonal influenza.

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Bullock addresses COVID case increase, rejects White House recommendation of mask compliance finesMontana has seen a sizable increase in average daily COVID cases since July, with more than 270 new cases in two out of the last four days.

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In letters, Missoula County urges Senate to support actFollowing up on last week's hearing in a Senate committee, Missoula County commissioners on Tuesday reaffirmed their support for the Stewardship Act, calling it good for the mind, body and soul, as well as the economy.

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Pattern change arrives Thursday for SW MontanaHazy skies have returned to SW Montana today. Wildfire smoke has moved back in from the SW today and although it's not nearly as bad as last week air quality conditions have moved up into the "moderate" range today.

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2020 Senate ProjectionsThe 2020 Senate Race looks to be close as far as control of the Senate, and may even turn on the Presidential winner as the elected Vice President will be the tie-breaker vote in a 50-50 Senate.

Martinicity Shared .

What's driving the spike in COVID-19 cases in Montana?One-on-one with the new superintendent of Martin County Schools WPEC West Palm Beach.

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Ultimate Guide To Creating a Confirmation InviteOne of the most essential sacraments of initiation, the confirmation as its name implies, creates a strong faith bond between Catholic and the religion.

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Mostly) Friday Night Lights RoundupThe Whitefish Bulldogs kicked off the week's football games by traveling to Browning on Thursday, Sept.

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Montana's opens in North BattlefordFamily and friends in North Battleford have their first taste at a new eatery this fall, one of the few busine...

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Police: No arrest in Montana fatal shooting during assaultBILLINGS, Mont. — Montana authorities have not filed charges against a man involved in a fatal shooting in response to what police said was an ongoing assault of a woman.

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The total number of cases of COVID-19 in Montana on the state map after today's 10 a.m. update was 10,700 with 275 new cases.The number of hospitalizations, including people hospitalized before being tested, was 584 with 111 active hospitalizations.

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Montana VA asks everyone to help prevent suicideCVPH staff member being treated at hospital for COVID-19 WPTZ.

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Charlotte, NC gets a little closer to BozemanBozeman Yellowstone International Airport serves as the year-round gateway to Yellowstone National Park. BZN also serves the recreation areas of Big Sky Resort and the Bridger Bowl Ski Area as well as the business centers of Bozeman, Belgrade, Livingston, and Big Sky and higher education at Montana State University and the Gallatin College.

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Callahan Fire Containment IncreasesThe Type 2 Incident Management Team assigned to the Callahan Fire has kept the blaze from drastically increasing in size.

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Whitefish City Hall Closes to Public Due to COVID-19 ConcernsThe City of Whitefish closed its City Hall to the public this week after an employee tested positive for COVID-19.

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Montana Oil ReportIn the Loring Field of Phillips County, the Fee 1861-2 was approved for final abandonment procedures.

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Montana adds 275 confirmed COVID-19 casesCVPH staff member being treated at hospital for COVID-19 WPTZ.

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COVID-19 Montana: Cascade County hits new daily report highCascade County hit a new daily high of 59 COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, as Montana posted 275 more reports of the respiratory illness.

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Flathead research station gets grant to study mercury in lake food webThe EPA has given the University of Montana Flathead Lake Biological Station a grant to work with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes to study four Flathead Lake species to provide a baseline measurement of methylmercury in the aquatic food web.

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New, non-stop flight to North Carolina offered out of BZNBozeman Yellowstone International Airport announced Monday morning that American Airlines will introduce daily non-stop seasonal service to Charlotte, NC for winter 2020/21.

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Firefighting equipment, truck reportedly stolen from Butte hotelA Laurel company's ability to fight wildfires is in jeopardy after equipment, including a fuel service truck, was reportedly stolen from a Butte hotel on Monday morning.

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Senior community finds a way to come together during pandemicIsolation affects people differently, and it has been especially challenging for seniors and those with compromised immune systems as a lot of them have had to take additional safety measures.

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Butte Police Officer lauded after rescuing woman from burning vehicleA Butte Police Officer was injured while rescuing a woman from a burning car last week.

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University of Montana Winter Session Includes Public EnrollmentIf you want to further your college education during a 15-day downtime, the University of Montana has announced ample opportunities to do so.

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Blackfeet Reservation decides not to implement "Stay At Home" orderThe reservation has been closed to all non-essential travel for several months now, and there was speculation that a stay at home order for people living in Browning, Heart Butte, and the surrounding areas was coming.

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Green Bench Orchard encourages supporting local agricultureNine years ago Farmer Fred planted the first apple tree of what's now Green Bench Orchard, while he's not the only Johnny Appleseed in town, his operation is quite unique.

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From first to latest, Billings Clinic provides a complete heart programFrom Montana's first open-heart surgery in 1972 to the very latest in technologies and procedures, Billings Clinic provides the region's most comprehensive heart program.

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Doctor: Montana seeing 'remarkable increase' in COVID casesMontana is seeing a "remarkable increase" in COVID-19 cases in the past two weeks, the state's medical officer said Tuesday, as officials urged residents to step up measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and seasonal influenza.

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Missoula County accepts media company's $1.53M offer on tech lots near airportMissoula County commissioners on Tuesday accepted a $1.53 million offer on six lots in the Missoula Development Park, where a media company plans to construct and operate a film and television studio for major productions.

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Should Montana offer sick and family leave for all workers?Laurel Outlook is Laurel Montana's main and only news source.

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Montana Supreme Court overturns Christensen's homicide convictionsIn a decision issued on September 26, the Montana Supreme Court reversed and vacated the two homicide convictions of former Florence Dr. Chris Christensen.

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Convicted Fraudster Sentenced to More Than Seven Years in PrisonA 51-year-old Whitefish man who convinced investors to give him between $100,000 and $1 million for a fraudulent company whose name stood for “Make a Lot of Money” was sentenced to 87 months in prison on Sept.

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Montana Reported 275 New COVID-19 Cases, 2nd Highest Ever ReportedAs of Tuesday morning, Montana has confirmed 10,700 positive COVID-19 cases. Montana's COVID-19 case tracking map shows 275 new confirmed cases.

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Want a Digital Menu for Your Restaurant Business? Here's HowThe future is digital so it was only a matter of time before we were ordering our food from our mobile phones.

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'Unfathomable': U.S. Death Toll from Coronavirus Hits 200,000The U.S. death toll from the coronavirus topped 200,000 Tuesday, a figure unimaginable eight months ago when the scourge first reached the world’s richest nation with its sparkling laboratories, top-flight scientists and stockpiles of medicines and emergency supplies.

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Incorporating CBD Into Your Wellness RoutinePeople belonging to various sects of life are starting to use CBD products all because of the many medical benefits it offers.

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Montana reports 3 additional deaths, 275 new COVID-19 casesMontana state health officials reported three additional deaths and 275 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, according to the Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map.

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CDT: A Most Brutiful Day8/3: 15.4 miles. Last night we were serenaded by bugling elk and the crunching of hoof/footsteps near where we slept.

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How to Win in a Case of Medical MalpracticeWhen you suffer injuries out of medical malpractice, you deserve to be compensated for your pain and suffering.

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No rush: City believes redevelopment of Riverfront Triangle will find investorsEconomic leaders remain hopeful that redevelopment plans for several blocks of downtown Missoula will continue to move forward and find new investors to carry the banner - and the existing plans - to construction.

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275 new cases of COVID-19 in MontanaMontana state health officials report 10700 total cases of COVID-19 for Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2020, 163 people have died of the virus.

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How Banking Began From Ancient Days to Contemporary TimesMoneylending archives date back to 2000BC when the early-flowering bank-like organizations came into existence in India, Sumer, and Assyria.

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Missoula's Business 101: Five Top Tips for First-Time InvestorsNamed as the top state in the USA for entrepreneurs and startups, Missoula is the perfect place to set up shop for those who wish to work hard and thrive.

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University of Montana COVID-19 cases continue to riseMISSOULA — The COVID-19 numbers connected to the University of Montana continue to rise with almost 30 new cases reported in the last five days.

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This Stunning Montana Tree House Looks Like a Real-life Snow Globe in the WinterThis "adventure glamping" retreat is perfect for a fall or winter getaway.

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Frustration, Exhaustion Setting in as Overworked Health Department Struggles to Keep Up with COVID-19Six months after the deadly novel coronavirus arrived in Montana, public health employees are working nearly around the clock, confirming test results, performing contact tracing, coordinating with the medical community, reporting data, managing schools and long-term care facilities, and doing everything else in their power to keep the people in...

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Ep. 4 a€” The quiet beauty of our stateMontana's constitution guarantees a "clean and healthful environment." How is that playing out in the U.S. Senate race?

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Blackfeet Reservation decides not to implement "Stay At Home" orderThe reservation has been closed to all non-essential travel for several months now, and there was speculation that a stay at home order for people living in Browning, Heart Butte, and the surrounding areas was coming.

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Top stories from today's Montana This Morning, 9-22-202022, 2020 - latest local news and headlines from across the world.

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Trego School Annual Fishing Field TripAs the first chills of autumn hang in the air, and the salmon run, the older students of Trego School spend the day fishing with their teachers and support staff.

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Firewood Rankings by SpeciesThe change from burning forests to burning wood is coming fast  and while we use a lot of firewood, we rarely look at just how much heat each species produces, or at how much a cord weighs.&...

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City Council approves downtown rezone for housing, commercial developmentThe Missoula City Council on Monday approved a rezone request for a riverfront parcel eyed for redevelopment, calling the proposed mixed-use project ideal for the downtown district.

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HEPA Filters and Wildfire SmokeAs I stepped into Trego School on a warm smoky afternoon, I developed a sudden admiration for HEPA filters.

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Cooney and Graybill: We will stand together in defense of Montana workersMike Cooney and Raph Graybill write, "Our opponents want to decimate Montana's unions, gut hard-won worker protections, and erase the legacy of union success that built our state."

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NBC MT Today: Judge hears Montana election case, warm police send off for Butte boyMISSOULA, Mont. — Federal judge set to hear Montana election case, outdoor businesses adapt to pandemic, Missoula, Polson and Bozeman school COVID-19 class delivery updates.

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Bozeman seniors find a way to come together during pandemicBut a community of seniors saw an opportunity to socialize and treat each other to a meal all while doing it safely.

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The Dude abides: "Big Lebowski" star stumps for Montana DemsMontana Democrats are rolling out "The Dude" again as they seek to burnish the party's November ticket with some star power and counter GOP heavyweights such as Vice President Mike Pence.

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Sen. Tester still wants more answers from US Postal ServiceJon Tester still wants answers from the US Postal Service, saying the agency hasn't explained a series of controversial service cutbacks.

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Montana Morning State News Headlines for Tuesday, September 22A 47 year-old Missoula man released to Pre-trial Supervision after allegedly knocking his wife to the floor and holding a loaded gun to her head.

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Richest Hill Episode 09: Butte Never Says Die!The core of the Superfund deal itself, and how it proposes to solve Butte's lingering environmental problems forever, is really important and complicated, both legally and technically.

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Shared State Episode 04: The Quiet Beauty Of Our StateTalking about Montana's environment, our public lands and waterways, is one of the fastest ways for politicians to gain credibility here.

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Coal production in Montana saw 21% decline from last yearMontana mines produced 15.1 million tons of coal in the first seven months of the year, 21% down compared to the same time last year, the Billings Gazette reported.

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Support For Southern Passenger Rail Line In Montana Gains SteamEfforts to restore a southern passenger rail line in Montana are gaining speed. Advocates say it would draw in visitors, provide more transportation options and create jobs.

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Firefighting Costs Montana $10 MillionThis year 1,876 fires have burned more than 406 square miles in Montana. The price tag to date on Montana's share of this year's fighting costs is $10.

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Montana Senate Candidates Split On How To Fill Supreme Court SeatThe candidates in Montana's hotly contested Senate race are divided over how to handle the Supreme Court vacancy left by the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

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Bullock sets Tuesday morning COVID-19 press briefingMontana Gov. Steve Bullock has scheduled a press briefing on Tuesday at 9:30 a.m.

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Denver weather: Temperatures plunge, bringing snow to Colorado, Montana and WyomingSnow fell in Colorado, Montana and Wyoming. The weather was gradually expected to warm up, with temperatures back up in the 80s by the weekend in the Denver area.

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Nebraska man dies in crash in MontanaBUTTE, Mont. — A Nebraska man died and another man was injured in a rollover crash near Joliet in Carbon County early Saturday.

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Republican Gianforte puts another $1 million into his gov campaignGubernatorial candidates Republican Greg Gianforte has put $3.57 million of his own money into his campaign, but Democrat Mike Cooney has out-raised him from donors in past three months.

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Mental Health Grants Aimed At Supporting Montana StudentsNine million dollars in federal grants coming into Montana is aimed at bolstering mental health services for students and their families.

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Poll shows tight Montana races, but flawed due to Green Party inclusionA new poll released over the weekend is shedding light on some Montana political races, but one big oversight skews the numbers.

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Nationwide injunction issued to shield mail-in votes during pandemicMANHATTAN — Finding that multiple managerial failures under the Trump administration have undermined the mission of the U.S. Postal Service, a federal judge ordered the agency on Monday to preapprove all overtime for the upcoming election and to prioritize all ballot-related mail.

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Daines says Senate should vote on Trump's Supreme Court pick before electionRepublican U.S. Sen. Steve Daines says the Senate should "move forward" to confirm President Trump's nominee to succeed the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg - although in 2016, he opposed confirming a court nominee in an election year.

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Montana candidates in the newsBullock’s lieutenant governor and would-be Democratic successor, Mike Cooney, kicked off his week with a Sunday speech in Butte focused on education and the quick improvements he hopes to make in health care.

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Where are the Montana Republicans?All the major Republican candidates are out-of-state multimillionaires. Greg Gianforte is a tech entrepreneur from New Jersey who came to low-wage Montana to start a company that he sold for $1.8 billion.

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Montana Healthcare Foundation to Fund School Health CentersThe Montana Healthcare Foundation recently announced that it committed at least $5 million over the next 10 years to support new partnerships between schools and health care providers to create school-based health centers in communities that need them most.

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Daines says Senate should vote on Trump's U.S. SupCo pickRepublican U.S. Sen Steve Daines says the Senate should "move forward" to confirm President Trump's nominee to succeed the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg - although in 2016, he opposed confirming a court nominee in an election year.

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Sen. Tester still wants more answers from US Postal ServiceJon Tester still wants answers from the US Postal Service, saying the agency hasn't explained a series of controversial service cutbacks.

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Scarface Remake Starring Michael B. Jordan As Tony Montana Could Be In The WorksRumours are circulating in the film world that Black Panther actor Michael B. Jordan could star in an upcoming Scarface remake.

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Coal Production in Montana Saw 21% Decline from Last YearBILLINGS – The Montana Coal Council has announced that coal production across the state fell during the coronavirus pandemic, wearing on an already declining market.

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Montana kicks off state employee giving campaign in HelenaHELENA — An annual campaign encouraging state employees to support Montana nonprofits is launching this week.

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Fires' impact on state trust lands in Montana small, officials toldWe have had very little damage overall. The number you will find is about 6,500 acres, most of it rangeland with some timber, ” said John Tubbs, director of the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation.

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North Valley Food Bank Harvesting Apples to Offer Customers, Lessen Bear AttractantsAt a panel discussion at Free the Seeds! in March that included a farmer and representative from Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, North Valley Food Bank Director of Operations Lauren Jarrold took note of the intersecting management issue of unharvested crops and hungry bears.

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MEP optimistic about outreach to developers keen on key Missoula propertiesDespite the impacts of COVID-19, the Missoula Economic Partnership continues to showcase areas of Missoula prime for redevelopment, though it has taken a more strategic approach in assessing opportunities out in the private sector.

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Coal production in Montana saw 21% decline from last yearBILLINGS, Mont. — The Montana Coal Council has announced that coal production across the state fell during the coronavirus pandemic, wearing on an already declining market.

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The total number of cases of COVID-19 in Montana on the state map after today's 10 a.m. update was 10,429 with 130 new cases.The number of hospitalizations, including people hospitalized before being tested, was 576 with 108 active hospitalizations.

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Montana COVID-19 case numbers updateMontana state health officials are reporting 130 additional COVID-19 cases as of Monday morning.

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CDT: Land of Elk, and well and Elk8/2  16.1 miles. Due to the previous nights block party, we ended up sleeping in just a bit.

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Seat belt saves life of hunter who hit six-point elk with truckTrooper Amanda Villa says the vehicle hit the elk at highway speeds, causing it to roll three to four times, killing the animal and totaling the vehicle.

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Montana COVID-19 case numbers updateMontana state health officials are reporting 130 additional COVID-19 cases as of Monday morning.

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High demand, lack of housing drives Missoula's median home price to $338KA lack of inventory across all price points continues to drive up housing prices in the Missoula metro area, where the median price of a home now stands at nearly $338,000.

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Kalispell man donates over 16,000 masks to Flathead communityA huge portion of the money he makes at his various businesses like Foxy Nails, Bamboo Espresso and Bamboo Hut goes back into purchasing more masks for the community.

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Libertarian presidential candidate to make Billings visitShe considers healthcare one of the most important issues in this year's election, saying it's a life or death situation.

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Billings school bus driver accused of DUI has been firedJones could face a felony DUI and 28 counts of felony criminal endangerment, according to Billings police.

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Butte brothers train hard to make it in the tough world of amateur boxingFor Butte brothers Eli and Ethan Wroblewski, the sport of boxing is a family affair.

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COVID-19 Montana: State posts 130 cases Monday, 18 new in Cascade CountyThe state posted 130 newly confirmed cases of COVID-19 early Monday, with double-digit increases in northcentral and northeastern Montana from Cascade, Roosevelt and Glacier counties.

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Montana reports 3 additional deaths, 130 new COVID-19 casesMontana state health officials reported three additional deaths and 130 new COVID-19 cases on Monday, according to the Montana Response COVID-19 tracking map.

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130 new cases of COVID-19 in MontanaMontana state health officials report 10429 total cases of COVID-19 for Monday, Sept. 21, 2020, 160 people have died of the virus.

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Dear Senator Daines and Representative Gianforte: Stop Threatening Our Rights, Bodies and HealthDear Senator Daines and Representative Gianforte, During these uncertain times, the people of Montana must hold you accountable when you make decisions to support your own agenda, not that of Montanans.

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Montana Reported 130 New COVID-19 Cases, 118 Active Cases in MissoulaAs of Monday morning, Montana has confirmed 10,429 positive COVID-19 cases. Montana's COVID-19 case tracking map shows 130 new confirmed cases.

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Flathead research station gets grant to study mercury in lake food webLast week, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency gave the University of Montana Flathead Lake Biological Station a grant of almost $129,000 to work with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes to study four Flathead Lake species to provide a baseline measurement of methylmercury in the aquatic food web.

Missoula Current Shared .

Amid pandemic, family of essential workers turn to YMCA for childcare, programmingFinding care for their children at the height of a pandemic, with safety paramount on their minds, seemed at first a daunting task.

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Hemp Or Cbd: There's A Difference. A Guide For Uk Cbd BuyersThe confusion regarding CBD oil is immense and widespread. Blessed CBD aims to assess that confusion by clarifying the difference between CBD oil, hemp seed oil, and marijuana.

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Final countdown: Higgins bridge rehab set to beginWork to widen and restore the downtown bridge is set to commence on Oct. 5, and motorists, pedestrians and cyclists will spend the next 18 months navigating changing lane configurations and construction activity.

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Pattee Canyon Vandalism and Other Montana Outdoor NewsThe U.S. Forest Service has asked us to help spread the word about vandalism in one of Missoula's favorite playgrounds.

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