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The FDA Focuses On Florida And Mexico In Tomato Salmonella Investigation
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Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services Investigating New Salmonella Outbreak

An ongoing salmonella investigation in the state has led Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services officials to conclude that a new cluster of salmonella may have been found within a certain food product provided in most grocery stores.

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Montana State Bobcats Insanely Painful Hit – Montana Grizzlies Fans React

Last Thursday night a linebacker for the Montana State Bobcats straight up WRECKED the running back from Fort Lewis. Some are even calling it the biggest hit (so far) for the 2015 college football season.

Even the most passionate Montana Grizzlies fan can agree...this was jaw-dropping. 

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Montana AG Reviews Revised Charitable Asset Proposal From CMC [YouTube]

This week, CMC Missoula, Inc. submitted a new proposal to the Attorney General’s Office for using the approximately $74 million in charitable assets produced as a result of Billings Clinic and Regional Care Hospital Partners acquisition of the former non-profit Community Medical Center.

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Discrimination Found in Missoula County Sheriff’s Office – State Headlines [YouTube]

A Montana Human Rights Bureau investigation found newly elected Missoula County Sheriff T.J. McDermott discriminated against the former Undersheriff Josh Clark, who ran against him by demoting him to a graveyard shift.

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‘Every Kid in a Park’ Initiative Offers Free Admission to All National Parks, Federal Public Lands For Free

The National Park system began a new initiative this week, which allows some school students to gain free admission to Glacier, Yellowstone and other national parks.

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Investigation Finds That Missoula Sheriff T.J. McDermott Discriminated Against Josh Clark

The findings of a Human Rights Bureau investigation into the actions of Sheriff T.J. McDermott were released today, September 3, and indicate that Sheriff McDermott discriminated against his political rival Josh Clark when demoting him to a patrol position after the 2014 election.

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