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Flathead Water Rights Lawsuit Dismissed

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes that asked the court affirm that an 1855 treaty reserved the water flowing through the Flathead Indian Reservation for their use

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Clark Fork River
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Early Warm Temperatures Reflect Little Snowpack Left in Montana – Rain Considered Last Hope for a Not-So-Dry Summer

Recent warm temperatures has put Montana snowpack at some of its lowest levels ever this April.

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Missoula and Mountain Water Attorneys Argue Over Admissible Documents

The Mountain Water condemnation trial on Thursday, March 19, featured a lot of arguing over what documents could or couldn’t be exposed in court. City attorneys complained that “thousands” of documents had been marked “For Attorney’s Eyes Only” by Carlyle and that this had made it difficult for the city to plan

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Guantanamo Bay Facility Continues To Serve As Detention Center For War Detainees
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Water Rally in Missoula

On Tuesday, March 17th, the people of Missoula will holds a rally in support of the city’s attempt at acquiring the mountain water company. a citizen of Missoula, Hermina Harold urges people to come to this rally and celebrate these actions by the city

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Mountain Water
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Mountain Water Employees Say “No” to City Employment, Accuse City Attorneys of Breaking the Law

During Missoula City Council’s Meeting of the Whole on Wednesday, February 18, city attorneys revealed information about the mediation between the city and Mountain Water Company.

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Northeast Debates Benefits And Dangers Of Hydrofracking
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Fracking Water Disposal Site Draws Opposition in Nebraska

Scotts Bluff County's commissioners don't like the location of a proposed disposal well for fracking water in nearby Sioux County and have appealed for help from a state regulatory board.

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Adam Hertz
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Missoula Councilman Accuses Mayor of Exceeding Authority in Hiring Law Firms for Condemnation Lawsuit

On Wednesday, October 15, the Missoula City Council will meet to discuss an ordinance designed to extend the authority granted to Mayor John Engen to pursue the condemnation against Mountain Water Company.

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Oregon Rejects Wyoming’s Appeal of Coal Port

The Oregon Department of State Lands has denied an appeal by the State of Wyoming over Oregon's rejection of a proposed coal terminal on the Columbia River.

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Montana Legislative Group says CSKT Water Rights Compact Modeling is “Reasonable”

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — A legislative working group says the scientific modeling used in the state's water-rights compact with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes is "reasonable."

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Glacier National Park
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Woman Taking Pictures at Glacier National Park Slips Into Creek, Drowns Over the Weekend

A woman that fell into McDonald Creek in Glacier National Park on Saturday, died yesterday as a result of the incident.

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