FORSYTH, Mont. (AP) — A Rosebud County jury has found the owners of a Colstrip bar could not have foreseen the fact that a Lame Deer man who was kicked out of the bar in 2009 would return with a gun and shoot and kill two patrons.
A new study by the Montana Kid’s Count Data Center is drawing attention to issues faced by Montana families. Kid’s Count Communication's Director Jennifer Calder says young families in Montana face a variety of challenges.
I’m going to begin by saying that I dearly love my family. Doesn’t everyone love their families? There is nothing better than getting together for holidays and spending time with the people you love, but rarely get to see.
I always love when summer is here and school ends until fall. My kids love it too. There is always so much anticipation as to what the summer will bring. Where will we go on vacation? Who will we see? What exciting things will happen?
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