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  1. News Minute: Here is the latest Montana news from The Associated Press at 11:40 a.m. MSTRead the original story

    Nov 6, 2016 | KFBB

    Conservationists and others have renewed a push to remove four giant dams from the Snake River in southeast Washington to save wild salmon runs. Their actions come after a federal judge earlier this year criticized the government for failing to consider whether breaching the dams would save the fish.

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  2. Wildlife refuges reorganizing because of staff, program cutsRead the original story

    Nov 5, 2016 | KFBB

    Federal wildlife regulators are planning to reorganize the National Wildlife Refuge system in Montana and several other states, including Wyoming and Colorado, because of staff and program cuts. The Missoulian says a draft report concluded some of the affected areas will have to rely on private landowners.

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  3. Montana's war with methamphetamineRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2014 | KFBB

    Montana law enforcement continues it's war on methamphetamine, as the dangerous drug wreaks havoc across the state. The High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area program- also known as HIDTA- calls meth the "number one threat" across the Rocky Mountain territories.

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  4. Missoula mayor on leave of absence for medical reasonsRead the original story

    Nov 3, 2016 | KFBB

    A city spokeswoman says Missoula Mayor John Engen will be out of the office for several weeks because of undisclosed medical reasons. The Missoulian reports that spokeswoman Ginny Merriam said Wednesday that Engen hasn't been in the office for over a week.

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  5. 37 bighorn sheep die in Montana pneumonia outbreakRead the original story

    Nov 2, 2016 | KFBB

    The Missoulian reports that wild sheep usually pick up the pathogen from their domestic counterparts, who are not sickened by the bacterial strain. The disease has appeared in several other bighorn herds in western Montana.

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  6. How much do newspaper endorsements effect elections?Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2016 | KFBB

    Our political analyst Lee Banville says that for most voters who have already decided , these endorsements wont have much of an impact, but for the five to ten percent that are undecided, well these endorsements could play favor to Steve Bullock. "It deffinitely could have an impact of pushing voters over into the bullock column which is exactly what the governor is looking for at this point."

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  7. UM to allocated $1.8M to recruiting, enrollment, marketingRead the original story

    Oct 31, 2016 | KFBB

    The University of Montana plans to use $1.8 million from its 2017 general fund on enrollment, recruiting, marketing and communications efforts. The Missoulian reports that UM Vice President of Finance Mike Reid says the school's revenue projections are on track for its roughly $149 million general fund budget, but that the university will continue to re-prioritize regardless of its financial situation.

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  8. Judge wants evidentiary hearing in juvenile rape caseRead the original story

    Oct 31, 2016 | KFBB

    A state judge wants to hold an evidentiary hearing on whether a man convicted of a juvenile detention hall rape when he was 17 should be granted a new trial. The Missoulian reports retired District Judge Ed McLean held a hearing Friday after Missoula County Attorney Kirsten Pabst and Cody Marble's attorney Colin Stephens filed a joint motion in September asking for a new trial.

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  9. Montana farmers reviewing proposals for 2018 farm billRead the original story

    Oct 29, 2016 | KFBB

    Montana farmers are already drawing up their lists for things they'd like to see in the next congressional farm bill.

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  10. MCPS to add card access and security cameras to schoolsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2016 | KFBB

    Schools across the nation continue adding security or assessing their safety procedures as these days kids are more at risk during the school period than just a scraped knee on the playground. Now, Missoula County Public School District will join the many other districts who have security vestibules as a first line of defense to control access to campuses.

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  11. Missoula gun ordinance in effect, some guns shops not participatingRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 8, 2014 | KFBB

    Today a gun ordinance goes into effect in Missoula. It mandates all private gun sales and transfers go through background checks from a federally licensed firearm dealer.

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  12. MoreRead the original story

    Oct 11, 2016 | KFBB

    Incumbent Chief Executive Matt Vincent and challenger Dave Palmer, a longtime Commissioner for Butte-Silver Bow. The campaign so far has stayed clean between Palmer and Vincent, but they are not afraid to lay out their differences.

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  13. Missoula elections office to host open houseRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 11, 2016 | KFBB

    The integrity of the elections process continues to be scrutinized nationwide especially during this years presidential campaign, but Missoula elections officials say it's business as usual despite the extra drama. They will host an open house on Monday to show Missoula voters they are committed to ensuring fair and balanced elections.

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  14. Music festival in honor of Carroll college graduate Conrad AddisonRead the original story

    Mar 27, 2014 | KFBB

    Pat Foster with the Lost and Foundation said Addison suffered a serious neck and spinal injury from the accident which left him Quadriplegic. After the incident, Addison now needs help paying medical expenses.

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  15. Native American Reservations Need NursesRead the original story

    Oct 3, 2016 | KFBB

    The U.S. Census Bureau reports that Native Americans make up more than 6% of Montana's population, but they still don't receive the same quality of health care as other Montanans. According to report released by the Montana People's Action and Indian People's Action, Native Americans in Montana have poorer health, higher disease rates, and lower life expectancy.

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  16. Butte Firefighters remove Ammonia from unstable tanks at Butte Civic CenterRead the original story

    Feb 27, 2014 | KFBB

    Ammonia is one of the most widely-produced chemicals in the United States. It is known for it's strong odor and variety of uses from household cleaners to fertilizers.

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  17. Alert issued for alleged sexual assault on UM campusRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2015 | KFBB

    The message said the reported incident took place in a dorm on campus, between two people who knew each other. Bozeman city leaders tonight are defending how they spent money from impact fees.

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  18. Missoula moves to let people keep ducks, quailRead the original story

    Oct 18, 2016 | KFBB

    The Missoulian reports that council members voted Monday to allow bird owners to keep up to six chickens or ducks or 10 quail on parcels less than one acre. City residents used to only be allowed to keep chickens on their property.

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  19. Judge finds drug dog's school parking lot search was illegalRead the original story

    Oct 17, 2016 | KFBB

    A judge's decision to dismiss a marijuana possession charge against a high school student who was cited after a drug dog searched the school parking lot may lead to changes in the way schools enforce their drug-free policies. The Missoulian reports District Judge James Haynes of Hamilton dismissed the charge filed against a 16-year-old Florence-Carlton student, saying the December 2015 search was illegal because school officials did not have a reasonable suspicion to conduct the search.

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  20. $24 million donation would benefit University of MontanaRead the original story

    Oct 15, 2016 | KFBB

    The Missoulian reports the naming donation from Bill and Carolyn Franke and their children would go to the College of Forestry and Conservation and the Global Leadership Initiative.

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