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Pryor Mustangs to Be Rounded Up, Adopted

The federal Bureau of Land Management is set to reduce the size of the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range mustang herd.

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BLM to Cut Pryor Mustang Herd with 2012 Roundup

Dozens of wild mustangs from the Pryor Mountain Wild Horse Range along the Montana-Wyoming border are slated to be removed this year to reduce the size of the famous herd.

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BLM Accepts $10.6M Coal-Lease Bid Near Roundup

Federal officials have accepted a $10.6 million bid for 35.5 million tons of publicly-owned coal near Roundup.

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BLM Proposes a Raise in Recreation Fee Rates

The Butte field office of the Bureau of Land Management is considering a raise in the rates for the Holter/Hauser lakes and Big Hole River areas. Public affairs Specialist for the BLM, David Abrams explains.

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BLM Looks to Acquire 652 Acres of Private Land

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced today its proposal to acquire 652 acres of land around the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument.

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Bureau of Land Management Meeting in Butte

The Bureau of Land Management's Western Montana Resource Advisory council will hold a meeting on January 19th, in Butte. Main items of discussion include updates from field officers, fee proposals, and a presentation on shooting restrictions in the North Hills near Helena

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Good News For Gun Rights [AUDIO]

Good News For Gun Rights

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