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Three Arrested for Megaload Protest in Missoula [AUDIO]

Three women were arrested just after midnight on Friday, March 14, as they sat in the road blocking the progress of a shipment of equipment bound for the oil fields in Canada.

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Megaload to Travel Through Missoula – Will Spend Two Weeks in Bonner [AUDIO]

The megaload of oil equipment headed from Oregon to Fort McMurray in Alberta, Canada, is now resting at a turnout by the Lolo scales on Highway 93 South between Missoula and Lolo.

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megaload credit Lori Ash of John Day Oregon
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Omega Morgan Megaload Will Spend Two Weeks in Bonner for Trailer Change [AUDIO]

A windstorm in Cutbank has forced a major change for the megaload of oil equipment headed into Montana, necessitating a stay of nearly two weeks in Bonner.

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Megaload Will Not Enter Montana This Weekend – Permit Not Yet Granted [AUDIO]

News reports that the megaload of oil equipment headed for the tar sands in Canada would enter Montana sometime this weekend are erroneous, according to the Montana Department of Transportation.

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Still No Montana Permit for Megaload Shipment Headed for Lost Trail Pass [AUDIO]

The megaload of oil refinery equipment headed for the tar sands of Canada is traveling through Oregon and will soon arrive in Idaho, however, no permit has yet been issued for the shipment to cross through Montana.

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Megaload Shipment Receives Montana Permit – Will Travel Through Missoula [AUDIO]

Oregon-based Omega-Morgan is in the midst of moving the first of two 644,000 pound evaporators from Washington state through Idaho on U.S. Highway 12, over Lolo Pass and through Missoula, on its way to the tar sands in Alberta, Canada.

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