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Fall Enrollment at University of Montana Drops Again, But Not As Much As Expected

The University of Montana has had some difficult semesters in recent years, but although the student population for Fall of 2014 is lower than last years, there is some good news.

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Explosives Team Deactivates “Suspicious Package” at Superior Post Office, Item Was Not a Bomb

Update: As of 11:30 explosive teams have confirmed that a "suspicious package" found at the Superior Post Office is not a bomb, however a description of the discovered item will not be released.

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Multiple Crews Battle Miller Creek Fire – Montana Headlines [YouTube]

Several Fire crews continue to battle a 60 acre fire in the Miller Creek area south of Missoula, that may have been started by a hot chainsaw.

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NPS Approves Lamar Ranch Improvement Plan

The National Park Service has approved a plan to make infrastructure improvements at the historic Lamar Buffalo Ranch in Yellowstone National Park.

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Roosevelt Sheriff Replacement Named

An embattled northeastern Montana sheriff who resigned less than two months ahead of an election will be replaced by the subordinate he was running against.

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Suspect in Butte Shooting Jailed, Missed Court

A 37-year-old California man who faces a drug charge in Dillon and an assault charge in Butte was jailed Friday after missing a court hearing.

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Yellowstone Donation Program Draws $1 Million

Yellowstone National Park officials say that since 2000, hotel guests have donated more than $1 million toward the park — a few dollars at a time.

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Not Guilty Plea in Kidnapping and Attempted Murder – Montana Headlines

Katherine Evans entered a not guilty plea in District Court yesterday in her role in a kidnapping and attempted murder on I-90

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Keystone XL Pipeline Permit Still in Limbo, Six Year Anniversary This Friday

The anniversary of the initial permit request to build the Keystone XL pipeline is imminent.

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Man Accused of UM Sex Crimes Identified – Montana News [YouTube]

A former UM Student from Idaho has been identified by Missoula police as Jeremy St. Goddard. He will be arrested soon.

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