The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has collected samples from fish in the Yellowstone River as part of a process to determine if the fishery was damaged by last year's oil spill and if Exxon Mobil Corp. should pay for restoration work.
A Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks official says a decade-long program to restore Montana's state fish to a chain of 21 alpine lakes above the South Fork Flathead River drainage is showing good results.
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