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Honoring Major General John J. Womak

Governor Brian Schweitzer ordered all flags in the state of Montana to be flown at half staff on Wednesday, November 16th.

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Honoring National Guard Soldier

Governor Brian Schweitzer ordered all flags in the state of Montana to be flown at half staff on thursday, November 3rd. This is to honor the memory of Montana Army National Guard specialist Liam McWilliams who died on October 27th

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Photos Taken By Jannette McDonald
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Graduation Matters At Washington Grizzly Stadium

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Local Governments Sue Governor Schweitzer Over Vetoes

Six local governments have filed a lawsuit against Gov. Brian Schweitzer over his line-item vetoes of money for their local bridge and water projects.

Carbon, Fergus, Madison and Sweet Grass counties, the city of Roundup and the town of Sheridan filed the lawsuit in District Court in Helena last week. They also named Commerce Director Dore Schwinden and the state of Montana.

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State Council To Look At Pipeline Failure Risk

An oil pipeline safety council created by Governor Brian Schweitzer after a major Exxon Mobil Corp. pipeline spill into the Yellowstone River holds its first meeting in Helena Wednesday.

The council over the next year will gauge threats posed by pipelines crossing Montana waterways and make recommendations for preventing spills.

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Protesters Occupy Governor’s Office In Helena..An On Location Report

Protesters from Earth First and Northern Rockies Rising Tide are currently occupying part of Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer’s office inside the Capitol Building in Helena. The group has demanded that Governor Schweitzer publicly declare his opposition to the Keystone XL pipeline, tar sands oil and the megaloads coming through Montana. I spoke with Max Grainger, a member of the protest group just after noon today about the purpose of this act of civil disobedience.

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Exxon Says It’s Working To Be Transparent

Exxon Mobil is brushing off criticism from Gov. Brian Schweitzer over the company's handling of the oil spill in the Yellowstone River.

The Democratic governor has cut ties between Montana and the joint Exxon Mobil-government command post, saying the energy giant is defying state open government laws by denying public access.

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Baucus Presses ExxonMobil For Answers To Spill

Senator Max Baucus wants Montanans hurt by the ExxonMobil oil spill on the Yellowstone River to be repaid.  In a letter to the Exxon Chairman and CEO Rex Tillerson, Baucus pressed the oil company for answers to the cleanup and the cause of the pipeline burst.

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Feds Order Improvements, Restart Plan From Exxon Over Pipeline Spill

Federal regulators have ordered Exxon Mobil to make safety improvements to the ruptured pipeline that spilled an estimated 1,000 barrels of crude oil into the Yellowstone River in Montana.

Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said Tuesday that "when companies are not living up to our safety standards, we will take action."

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Rising River Complicates Exxon Oil Spill Cleanup

The initial cleanup along the oil-fouled Yellowstone River could be tested Tuesday as rising waters make it harder for Exxon Mobil Corp. to get to areas damaged by the crude spilled from a company pipeline.

The National Weather Service predicts the Yellowstone River, swelling with mountain snowmelt amid hot summer temperatures, will peak at Billings on Tuesday afternoon.

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