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Big Sky vs. Busch
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Big Sky Brewing, Anheuser-Busch Settle ‘Hold My Beer and Watch This’ Dispute

Missoula’s Big Sky Brewing Company has reached a settlement agreement with Anheuser-Busch.

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Marijuana
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Here’s Why Marijuana Legalization Groups Are Targeting the 2016 Election in Montana

Despite clearance by the Secretary of State's office to be on the ballot in 2014, the movement to legalize marijuana in Montana has decided to wait until the 2016 elections to try to change the state's laws.

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Welcome MT Grinell Lake
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Slick New “Welcome to Montana” Signs to Appear by End of Summer 2014

Montana Governor Steve Bullock revealed a set of redesigned Montana highway signs during a press conference at the new Montana Department of Transportation Sign Shop in Helena today, January 28.

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Dead cow
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Livestock Losses to Wolves in 2013 Near Record Low

It's unclear if less-restrictive hunting and trapping regulations are the cause, but 2013 is set to have one of the lowest rates of wolf predation in the past seven years.

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Bitterroot Winter Special Olympics
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Bitterroot Winter Special Olympics Needs More Volunteers

Next Tuesday and Wednesday, January 28 and 29, the Bitterroot Winter Special Olympics will be held at Lost Trail Powder Mountain. Organizer Carla Christopherson says the all-volunteer event in need of more help.

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gas
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Gas Prices Rise, Montana Average Price No Longer Cheapest in Nation

Gas prices in Montana continued to climb during the third full week of January, and have finally pushed Montana's prices away from being the lowest in the nation.

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megaload
The Canada-bound megaload enters Hamilton city limits. (Fullerton/KLYQ Photo)
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Megaload Passes Through Hamilton Smoothly

On a calm, clear night, the Omega Morgan transport of oil refinery equipment passed through Hamilton without incident and continued on its overnight run to a pullout south of Missoula.

The 19-feet tall, 349 feet long shipment slowed to maneuver under traffic lights at the town's intersections, but was through town in less than a half hour, surrounded by support vehicles and the Montana Highway Patrol

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elk
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Public Hearing on New Hunting Regulations Comes to Missoula

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks reconsiders its hunting regulations every two years and right now, proposed regulation changes have been approved for 2014 and 2015, but they won't be stamped with final approval until after the public has a chance to weigh in.

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megaload at conner
The first of three megaloads to reach Montana at Conner, Montana January 20. (Fullerton/KLYQ Photo)
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Megaload at Conner, Starts Journey through Bitterroot

With good traveling weather, the first of three megaloads to pass through Montana, on its way to Canada, crossed over Lost Trail Pass and parked along US 93 at Conner Monday morning.

The moving company, Omega-Morgan, will be moving the 350-foot long trailer through Hamilton Monday night and Tuesday morning

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John Bohlinger
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John Bohlinger Seriously Considering Withdrawing From Senate Race if John Walsh Appointed to U.S. Senate

Former Lieutenant Governor John Bohlinger may be jumping out of the race to be the next U.S. Senator from Montana if his democratic primary competitor John Walsh is chosen as a political appointment.

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