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A Potential Wave Of Snow Could Mean Good News For Elk Hunters

Elk hunters have had an extremely difficult year in western Montana and most are blaming the lack of snowfall, which would help push elk into lower altitudes and make them easier to track.

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Major Spring Snowstorm Hits Montana
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What Road Conditions To Expect For Montana Thanksgiving Travelers

Thanksgiving travelers can look forward to a pretty warm weather system in Montana.

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Animal Sanctuary Rescues And Shelters Abused And Abandoned Wildlife
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Montana Elk Hunter Mauled By Grizzly, Rushed To Hospital By Helicopter

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks say a female grizzly bear attacked and seriously injured a 55-year-old elk hunter over the weekend.

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Federal Government Halts Mining Near Yellowstone Park For Two Years – State Headlines

Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell yesterday announced a two-year moratorium on mineral exploration near Yellowstone National Park for the next two years.

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Montana and Wyoming Make Legal Stink Over BLM Methane Rule

The State of Montana believes something stinks about a new methane rule from the Bureau of Land Management.

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Montana’s Unemployment Rate Stays The Same, But Job Count Increased By 2,000

The unemployment rate for the month of October was the same as September at 4.3 percent.

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Seeley Lake Community in Mourning – State Headlines

The small community that surrounds Seeley Lake is in mourning as two men who worked for Pyramid Mountain Lumber were killed within four hours in separate incidents on Thursday morning...

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Oil And Gas Leases Near Glacier Park Canceled – State Headlines

15 oil and gas leases bordering Glacier National Park have been canceled in areas sacred to the Blackfeet Tribes in the U.S. and Canada.

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Lake County Counts Provisional Ballots, Ronan Levy Did Not Pass By Just Four Votes

Folks in Lake County finally know the outcome of an $85,000 bond that was on the ballot to hire more police officers in Ronan.

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City of Missoula Spends Millions Buying Yet Another Private Business – State Headlines

The City of Missoula has spent over $3.5 million to purchase yet another private business, this time it's Eko Compost.

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