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MT Farmers Get Help Buying Land

One obstacle new Montana farmers and ranchers face is acquiring land, but now there's a new program through the U.S. Farm Service Agency designed to help find a way around those barriers. Assistant director of the rural policy program with the Center for Rural Affairs Traci Bruckner, says the Land Contract Guarantee program can help both buyers and sellers

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New Non-Resident Pass For State Parks

Montana has over 50 state parks and if you’re a non-resident you now have the ability to visit each and every one of those areas with one fee.

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FWP Increases Hunting Numbers For Mountain Lion

Preliminary approval has been given by Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks to increase the number of Mountain Lion permits in the West Fork Bitterroot areas from 20 to 30.

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Baucus Says The Keystone XL Pipeline Fight Isn’t Over Yet

Senior U.S. Senator Max Baucus says the Keystone XL Pipeline fight isn’t over yet despite the rejection from the White House.

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Montana Teachers Participate In Everest Expedition [AUDIO]

Several classrooms across the state will be able to follow an expedition to Mount Everest this spring.

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Energy Conference To Help Create Jobs in Montana [AUDIO]

The Big Sky Economic Development will bring a new energy conference and trade show to Billings. Director of Business Outreach, Recruitment and Marketing Jeremy Vannatta says the show, Montana Energy 2012 is being organized with jobs in mind

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Billings Welcomes Former President Bush

Billings is expecting a special visitor in May; former president George W. Bush will speak in the magic city as the keynote speaker at The Montana Missions banquet, a fundraiser for Provision International.

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FBI Seeks Help Finding Montana Teacher’s Body

The FBI is asking property owners in parts of North Dakota and Montana to check vacant farmsteads for signs of disturbed soil where the agency says a missing Montana teacher might be buried.

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Suspect In Custody, Questioned About Missing Montana Teacher

A Montana school district says a math teacher who went missing last weekend is dead, and the FBI announced it has one man in custody and is questioning another in connection with her disappearance.

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Ground Search For Sidney Teacher Suspended

The FBI and local officials say the ground search for a missing high school teacher has been suspended but law enforcement will continue to pursue leads in the case.

Sidney Mayor Bret Smelser said Wednesday's decision follows an "exhaustive" search for 43-year-old Sherry Arnold in the eastern Montana town and surrounding areas

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