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Three Hour Hearing Held on Montana Wolf Stamp Proposal

More than 100 people spoke in a three-hour statewide video conference on Montana wildlife officials' plan to create a wolf management stamp.

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Walsh Isn’t Alone: Five More Montana Candidates Will Need to be Replaced by August 20

Five Montana political candidates were removed from the ballot yesterday, August 14, after a decision by state Political Practices Commissioner Jonathan Motl.

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KGVO Morning News for Friday August 15 [YouTube]

Here are your Montana Morning news headlines for Friday, August 15th.

A Cascade County deputy was struck and killed by a vehicle during a high speed pursuit yesterday, no names released...Better Business Bureau advises to change your computer passwords

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Lawsuits Hindering Montana Timber Industry, Economists Says

What is the biggest factor hindering Western Montana’s timber industry: a lack of timber supply or a lack of public demand for wood products? Director of Timber Industry Research at the Montana Bureau of Business and Economic Research Todd Morgan says the problem at this point in time is supply.

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Better Business Bureau Explains Why You Must Change Your Passwords Often [AUDIO]

The Better Business Bureau quotes a New York Times story, stating that a group of Russian computer criminals has hacked over 1.2 billion computer username and password combinations. 

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Western Montana Fire Explodes, Winds Push “Wall of Fire” to Over 1,000 Acres

The Seepay Creek Fire has been burning for over a month, but it took a very nasty turn during past 48 hours growing from about 700 acres on Tuesday, July 12 to over 1,000 acres by Thursday morning.

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KGVO Radio News Headlines for Thursday August 14 [YouTube]

Here are the top headlines from KGVO Montana Morning for Thursday, August 14th.

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Washington Port Opens After Union Strike Resolution, Montana Farmer’s Releived

For the past two years a union strike has been threatening to shut down the Port of Vancouver which ships Montana grain out to foreign Countries. Last Month the Governor of Washington removed police escorts for state grain inspectors and effectively stopped grain shipments

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Over 500 Montanans May Lose Health Insurance Because of Missing Legal Paperwork

The Federal government sent out letters this week warning over 300,000 people that they will be losing their Health insurance if they fail to send in proper documentation to prove that they purchased their health insurance legally.

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Prosecutors: Don’t Move Missoula Shooting Trial

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — Prosecutors are telling a judge there is no need to move the trial of a Missoula homeowner accused of shooting and killing an unarmed exchange student who entered his garage.

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