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KGVO Morning News for Monday July 28 [YouTube}

Montana Morning headlines from KGVO's Montana Morning show for Monday, July 28..

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Glacier Park Visitor Center Reopens

The St. Mary Visitor Center at Glacier National Park has reopened after being closed because of water damage from the center's sprinkler system.

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Remains of Seven Veterans Interred in Montana

The unclaimed remains of seven veterans from various conflicts are being given proper burials at Yellowstone National Cemetery in Montana.

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Montana State Prison Needs 65 Guards

Department of Corrections officials are searching for creative ways to cover guard shifts at the Montana State Prison in Deer Lodge while seeking to fill 65 openings for correctional officers.

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Court Upholds 12-Day ‘Sell-By’ Rule for Milk

The Montana Supreme Court has unanimously upheld a rule requiring that milk in Montana be sold or discarded 12 days after pasteurization.

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Billings Man Gets 22 Life Sentences for Rapes

A serial rapist who did not leave any DNA at the crime scenes, but was undone by his need to photograph them, has been sentenced to spend the rest of his life in prison.

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Missing Doctor’s Body Found on Flathead Lake [AUDIO]

The body of Dr. Robert McDonald, a hospitalist from St. Joseph Medical Center in Polson, was found by Lake County Search and Rescue personnel on Friday afternoon. 

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Senator John Walsh Says Plagiarism “Not Intentional,” PTSD Not Related to Mistake

Montana Senator John Walsh has come forward to talk about the accusations leveled at him by the New York Times concerning plagiarism in the Master’s thesis he wrote nearly seven years ago while attending the U.S. Army War College.

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KGVO Morning News for Friday July 25

More troubles for John Walsh..update on the Cyr Gulch fire...warmer weather on the way!

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CodeMontana Students Are Now Able to Receive College Credit for Classes

The CodeMontana project put together by RightNow Technologies founder Greg Gianforte and Startup Bozeman founder Rob Irizarry has already enrolled nearly 1,200 students, but students that enroll before September 8 will have a new opportunity: earning college credits.

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