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Senate Votes to Reopen Gov’t, Avoid Default

The Senate has voted to avoid a financial default and reopen the government after a 16-day partial shutdown.

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How Long Will the Government Be Shut Down?

Since the wee hours of the morning of Tuesday, October 1, 2013, the government closed down. But for how long? Take our survey and let us know how long you believe the government will stay shut down.

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Group Wants to Illuminate Missoula’s Bridges

A group of Missoulians wants to give our cities bridges a luminescent face-lift.

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Reconstruction of the Blodgett Pass Trail was completed this summer. (USFS Photo)
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Six Openings on the Ravalli County Resource Advisory Panel Need to be Filled

The Ravalli County Resource Advisory Committee needs six more members. The Bitterroot National Forest has applications available on-line or at any of the Bitterroot National Forest offices in Ravalli County.

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North West Seeking Federal Help to Fend Off Mussel Scourge

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — A power planning group from Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington is pursuing $2 million from Congress to help fend off invasive mussels that have clogged Colorado River reservoirs since 2007

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Border Patrol Shutters Six Stations in Texas

EL PASO, Texas (AP) — A spokesman for the Border Patrol says it is shutting down nine stations, six of them in Texas, and plans to relocate the 41 agents who work at those outposts to positions nearer the borders

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Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images
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Governor Drops Lawsuit Over F-15 Transfers

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Gov. Brian Schweitzer is dropping the state's lawsuit against the Defense Department over plans to move the Montana National Guard's F-15s to California.

The move comes after Defense Secretary Leon Panetta assured the state's senators that the Air Force will halt scheduled transfers of aircraft until Congress finalizes 2013 budget plans later this year, which could also further prevent those transfers

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New Bill Would Force Online Retailers to Collect Sales Tax — Dollars and Sense

Online shoppers often cite the convenience of purchasing items from web retailers like Amazon, but another perk to cyber shopping is that buyers often don’t have to pay sales tax.

Thanks to a congressional bill, though, that could soon change.

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Malmstrom AFB Entrance to Get Facelift

GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) — The entrance of Malmstrom Air Force Base is getting a facelift in time to mark the 50th anniversary of the installation of the nation's first Minuteman intercontinental ballistic missiles

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Critics Says Lake County Police Not Accountable

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Simmering allegations of misconduct against Lake County policing agencies are so far not resulting in any tangible findings.

An interim legislative committee even took the unusual step of looking into the problems late last month, but in the end didn't take any action

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