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Montana Democrats Give the Legislature a ‘D’ for Performance at Transmittal Deadline

Montana democrats issue a report card for the legislature.

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Sequester Could Cut Missoula Aging Service’s Budget by 50 Percent

The sequester is scheduled to occur as February comes to a close. For some agencies, the cutbacks will be minimal, but for others, like Missoula Aging Services, the cutbacks will be significant.

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School Board Votes to Close Historic 1889 Grantsdale School in Hamilton

The school bell outside Grantsdale Elementary in Hamilton has been ringing for classes and recess since the school's founding by Henry Grant in 1889. After a school board decision on Monday, February 25, however, Grantsdale's bell will ring to let children loose for the last time on June 6 of this year.

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Sequester Will Not Bring “Any Major Effects at All” to Missoula County Sheriff’s Department

Over the weekend, the White House released a forecast of how the sequester could effect Montana. One of the items on the list of cuts are $66,000 worth of grants to local law enforcement and prosecution agencie

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Ronan Man Convicted in Worker’s Compensation Fraud Case

The Montana Attorney General's Office is declaring victory in a worker's compensation fraud case that has been going on since 2008.

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White House Document Shows How the Sequester Will Impact Montana

The White House has created a template for every U.S. State to show how it believes the sequester will work itself out.

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Montana Senate Attempts to Revamp Education Funding

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The state Senate is endorsing a revamp of education funding that both increases school money and cuts property taxes.

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Taxpayer Money Funds USDA Cultural Sensitivity Training, Video Surfaces

New video on cultural sensitivity for Agricultural workers surfaces along with estimated costs.

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Bill Plans to Fine Companies for Not Hiring Montanans on Certain Job Sites

Today, Governor Bullock's Hire Montanans First Act appears in the Business and Labor Committee at the state legislature as House Bill 490.

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Nurse Bullying Complaints Surface at Bozeman Deaconess Hospital, Contract Negotiations Underway Today

Nurses at Bozeman Deaconess hospital have been picketing this week over what they see as unfairness in the workplace.

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