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Snowy February Brings Jobs to Montana, but Increases Unemployment in U.S.

A stormy 2014 February brought increases in the snow-pack and the U.S. unemployment rate, but despite receiving blizzards and avalanches, Montana actually posted big job gains through the weird weather.

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Montana Named ‘America’s Most Beer-Friendly State’ Study Shows

A recent nationwide study by a website called The Motley Fool found that the best place to drink beer is Montana. But why?

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Matt Rosendale, Ryan Zinke Get Most Votes in U.S. House Republican Primary Straw Poll

After the U.S. House republican primary debate on Monday, March 24, the MSU College Republicans ran a straw-poll asking attendees who they though would “best represent them in D.C.”

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John Walsh Endorsement “Inappropriate,” “Desperate” say Democratic Primary Candidates

There are three Montana Democrats running for the U.S. Senate, but even though the primary hasn't occurred, the Montana Democratic Party has announced that it is going all-in on John Walsh with an official endorsement.

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How Should Missoula Pay for Public Safety Improvements: Districts or Levies?

Tonight, March 24, the Missoula City Council will vote on whether or not it should go ahead with a $7.9 million public safety financing district to help fund, in part, improvements at the Missoula Police Department. There are few voices saying the improvements aren't needed, however, there is significant controversy over how to get the money.

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Missoula Police Seeking Identity of Bus Rider Accused of Stealing Wallet

On February 3, at around 11 30 a.m., the man pictured above is thought to have swiped a wallet from a Mountain Line bus that did not belong to him.

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Anonymous Donors Pour Over One Million Dollars Into Whitefish High School

Whitefish High School Principal Kerry Drown has been pleasantly surprised by the large amount of money pouring in to build a new performing art and technology building.

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Rasmussen Poll Shows Steve Daines With Strong Senate Race Advantage, Few Undecided

On March 17 and 18, Rasmussen surveyed 750 likely Montana voters about the 2014 U.S. Senate race and found that Republican candidate Steve Daines is starting with a huge advantage.

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Montana Landboard Unanimously Decides to Extend Bull Mountain Coal Mine Operation

This morning, March 18, Montana Land Board officials opened the door to more coal mining in eastern Montana by signing off on an extension of the Bull Mountain coal mine located in Musselshell county.

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Snow Boosts Montana Employment in January, Up 2,000 Jobs

Montana's unemployment rate went down in January, dropping by one-tenth, to 5.3 percent.

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