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Missing Teacher Search Draws Tips, No Answers

Authorities are considering scaling back their search for a missing Montana teacher who left her home for a pre-dawn run and never returned.

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Red Cross Aid Firefighters and Others During Wildfires

The American Red Cross of Montana responded to the recent grass fires that torched over 16,000 acres on the Blackfeet Reservation near the town of Browning. The fires broke out nearly a week ago. Investigators believe a downed power line and a spark from a chimney caused the two wildfires

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State Trying To Revoke Bar’s Liquor License

The state Department of Revenue is seeking to revoke the liquor license of a Columbia Falls bar where a man drank heavily before causing a crash that killed a 19-year-old woman.

The state filed a notice of revocation against the Blue Moon Nite Club in September

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Montana Not Following National Price Of Gas…Yet

Gas Prices in Montana took another dip, quit the opposite nationally. Petroleum Analyst Patrick DeHaan says to expect prices in Montana to follow suit eventually with the nation.

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Snowpack Levels In Montana Below Average

Montana is experiencing a mild winter with warmer temperatures and less than average snowpack. The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service says mountain snowpack is below average and below last year.

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Hundreds Turn Out To Search For Sidney Teacher

Hundreds of people are assisting in the search for a Sidney High School teacher who did not return home after going for a jog.

43-year-old Sherry Arnold was last seen at 6:30 a.m. Saturday.

More than 200 people participated in the initial search Saturday, finding a shoe believed to belong to Arnold near one of her regular jogging routes

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Montana Tech Probe Finds Altered Grades

Officials at Montana Tech say an investigation has revealed a former employee made more than 100 unauthorized changes to grades given to 36 former or current students, who now face potential disciplinary action.

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Northern Plains Hit Hard By Deer-Killing Disease

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Wildlife officials and outfitters say it could take several years for white-tailed deer populations to recover from a devastating disease that has killed thousands of the animals across parts of eastern Montana and elsewhere in the Northern Plains

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Safe Winter Travel in Montana

Winter at its worst may still be yet to come in Montana, where the season has been fairly mild so far.

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Wildfires On Blackfeet Res. Force Evacuations

Blackfeet tribe officials say firefighters are starting to get a handle on two wind-fueled fires that have burned buildings and forced evacuations on the northwestern Montana reservation.

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