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Lobbyists Spend $5.8 million at 2015 Montana Legislature

Lobbyists spent at least $5.8 million to influence Montana lawmakers and the issues they discussed this year.

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Missoula Osprey Looking for Bat Boys or Girls

I can't believe it, it's almost time for the Missoula Osrey to kick off their season. Home opener is set for Wednesday, June, 24th! Even better news, you could get paid to be at the games. The Missoula Osprey are searching for very enthusiastic bat boys and girls to work this season at Ogren Park Allegiance Field

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Ravalli County Resource Advisory Committee Looking for New Projects to Fund

The Ravalli County Resource Advisory Committee is now accepting new project proposals from the public.

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Police Dept. In Utah Town To Outfit Entire Force With Body Cameras
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MDT Awards Grant Money Across the State in Effort to Reach Vision Zero

The Montana Department of Transportation awarded more than $143,000 in equipment grants for law enforcement jurisdictions to support Vision Zero, the initiative to eliminate deaths and serious injuries on Montana roads. More than $20,000 stayed right here in the Garden City...

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House Panel Adopts Budget But GOP Divisions Remain

The GOP-led House Budget Committee has given party-line approval to a sweeping balanced budget plan that adds $36 billion to President Barack Obama's request for overseas war funds but with restrictions on the money that are opposed by a sizable bloc of the party's defense hawks.

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Bitterroot Irrigation District Searching for Funding to Replace Crumbling Infrastructure

The Bitterroot Irrigation District in Ravalli County is struggling with ways in how to fix its 106 year old irrigation system.

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Montana Highway Needs Mount as Federal Dollars Run Short

Montana officials say federal highway spending will cover less than a third of the state's $15.8 billion in transportation needs over the next decade.

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Montana Boy Skipped Pop For a Year to Win $500

As people across the United States struggle to stick to their New Year's Resolutions, an 11-year-old Montana boy is offering lessons in self-discipline and delayed gratification after winning a $500 prize from his parents for skipping sugary drinks for a year.

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GAO: Oversight Needed of Native American Schools

A government watchdog said that federally run schools for Native American children have misspent millions of dollars — and in one case illegally transferred $1.7 million to an offshore account.

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Two Different Phone Scams Hit Montana – Both Ask for Money and Personal Info

There never seems to be time when someone isn’t trying to fraud someone else out of money or property, but the Montana Department of Justice and Attorney General Tim Fox said right now, the department is seeing a lot of activity with two specific telephone based scams.

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