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Glacier Park Offers New Summer Program for Teens

The Glacier Youth Corps has a new opportunity for teens between the ages of 15 - 17 that are interested in working at Glacier National Park over the summer.

"Basically what it is, is a four week session, and we're going to have two different sessions this summer," said GNP Management Assistant Denise Germann

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Montana Water Company Employees File Motion to be Involved in Condemnation Lawsuit

Today, May 28, 38 employees of Mountain Water Company filed a motion to force the City of Missoula to include them in the condemnation lawsuit proceedings against their company.

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Montana Ag Producers Meet to Ensure There Will be Room on Trains for Harvests

The Montana Attorney General’s office is advising all agricultural producers that ship or receive goods by rail to pay attention to an upcoming meeting.

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UM Study Links Warmer Weather With Decrease in Cutthroat Genetic Purity, May Decrease Overall Trout Levels

A new article published in Nature Climate Change by researchers from the University of Montana shows a link between warmer temperatures and the interbreeding of native Westslope cutthroat trout with non-native rainbow trout.

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Gas Prices Rise in Montana – Still Lower Than U.S. Average

Gas prices nationwide remained flat over Memorial Day weekend, while Montana saw a jump at the pump.

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Montana Man Sentenced for Stabbing Two Sisters to Death

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A sentencing date has been set for a man who pleaded no contest for stabbing two sisters to death in January 2012 in their apartment.

Andrew Denning is expected to face Judge Mary Jane McCalla Knisely on Aug

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Fossil hip vertebrae from the Robison Bonebed. (Photo courtesy of US Forest Service, Department of Agriculture, and Earth Sciences Division, John A. White Paleontological Repository, Idaho Museum of Natural History.)
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Lots of Fossils at Idaho Site

A research team that includes Montana State University paleontologist David Varricchio has uncovered the most productive and diverse dinosaur fossil site in Idaho.

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Study of Yellowstone Volcano May Not be as Eruptible as Previously Thought

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — New research indicates the magma chamber underlying Yellowstone National Park may not be as volatile as previously believed.

University of Utah geophysicist Bob Smith and a student used seismic data from 26 years of earthquakes to map the composition of the Yellowstone caldera

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Montana Congressional Candidates Make Large Contributions to Their Own Campaigns

HELENA, Mont. (AP) — The latest Federal Election Commission fundraising reports show two Republican candidates for the U.S. House seat have made large personal loans to their campaign coffers.

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Montana VA Review Shows Longer Wait Times Than Nearly All Other State Systems

MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) — In a recent review, the Department of Veterans Affairs Montana Health Care System ranked high in patient satisfaction but came in near the bottom for patient wait times and employee satisfaction

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