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New Poll: Plurality of Montanans Oppose New EPA Regulations

A new Paragon Insights poll of 668 likely Montana Voters shows a plurality of opposition to proposed new EPA regulations on carbon emissions from power plants. While 39 percent supported the regulations, 49 percent opposed.

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City Leaders Hold Ceremony to Open Silver Park [VIDEO] [AUDIO]

Dozens of city, county, state and business leaders invited the public on a sunny Friday afternoon to the official opening of Missoula's Silver Park.

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EPA Coal Regulation Listening Tour Accused of Skipping Coal Country

The Environmental Protection Agency announced Wednesday, October 23, that it would be holding listening sessions across the U.S. to get feedback on proposed coal plant regulations. The problem, according to a press release from the Montana Attorney General's office, is that the tour "skips coal country altogether."

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Fish Near Smurfit-Stone Mill Contaminated, No Eat Warning Issued

Three Montana state departments issued warnings today, October 17, about eating fish caught below the old Smurfit-Stone mill site on the Clark Fork river.

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Endangered Species Act Places Montana Town at Risk After Dam Replacement Delayed for Grizzly Bear, Bull Trout Study

The Flower Creek Dam in Libby is leaking. It was set for repairs this year, however, Libby Mayor Doug Roll says that a recent delay by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is putting his city at risk

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Green Investment Group Cites Ohio Success in Effort to Avoid Superfund Status [AUDIO]

On May 31, Green Investment Group, the company that has purchased the former Smurfit-Stone Container site and renamed it the Frenchtown Technology and Industrial Center, announced the sale of an Ohio property after completion of environmental cleanup at the site.

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Property Owner Argues that EPA Superfund Listing of Smurfitt-Stone Mill Would be Bad for Missoula County Jobs

The case against listing the former Smurfitt-Stone mill as a Superfund clean up site.

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EPA Nominates Missoula Mill Site for Superfund Status on National Priorities List

The Environmental Protection Agency has recommended that Missoula's former Smurfit-Stone mill site be listed as a priority for Superfund status.

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Montana Public Service Commission Warns That Environmental Protection Agency Ruling Could Lead to Blackouts

According to Montana's Public Service Commission (PSC), a forthcoming rule change by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) could put Montana in jeopardy.

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Supreme Court Overturns Decision on EPA Managment of Logging Roads

In a seven to one decision on Wednesday (March 20), the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision which would have given the EPA the authority to regulate runoff on logging roads.

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