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What Would You Do With $136 Million in Jewelry?

A recent jewel heist in France netted one lucky thief $136 million. What would you do with $136 million in jewelry? It would be hard to wear it all in public without being caught. An obvious option would be to sell it. What would you do with that much money?

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French Woman Returns Lost Dog Tags to WWII Veteran

It's nice to know not everyone just gets bills and postcards from embarrassing radio stations for their former roommates. Sometimes people get the surprise of a lifetime.

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France Honors WWII Vets
With Blodgett Canyon in the background, medals were presented to Montana WWII vets. (Fullerton Photo)
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Five WWII Veterans were Honored by France at Hamilton Ceremony

Four of the five Montana World War II veterans were able to attend a ceremony at the Ravalli County Veterans Monument Saturday.

Deputy Consul General of France Corrine Pereira honored the five men, and presented medals to them and their families Saturday afternoon at the event on the north end of Hamilton

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The Ravalli County Veterans Memorial in Hamilton. (KLYQ Photo)
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French Honors to World War II Vets in Hamilton Saturday

Five Montana World War II veterans will be presented medals from the country of France Saturday in Hamilton.

Deputy Consul General of France Corinne Pereira and Honorary consul of France in Montana Laurence Markarian will give medals to the veterans at the all-war veterans monument, next to Heironymus Park Saturday at 5 p

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Real-Life Super Criminal Escapes From Prison Using Explosives

In a story that seems copied directly from the pages of a comic book, a French super criminal escaped from jail on Saturday by using arms and explosives to blast his way out of incarceration. Infamous criminal Redoine Faid escaped from Lille-Sequedin penitentiary northern France by holding four

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On the Road, France – Second Take [Part V] [AUDIO]

The air transports used to drop airborne soldiers behind Utah Beach in 1944 were the C-47 Skytrains.  In this year’s commemorative drops, C-130 Hercules will provide the airlift.  Basic and specialized versions of the C-130 perform airlift support, Antarctic ice resupply, aeromedical missions, weather reconnaissance, aerial spray missions, firefighting duties for the U

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On the Road, France – Second Take [Part IV] [AUDIO]

Planning an event like the 68th Anniversary of D-Day requires special skills, the kind found in the G-3, or Operations Section of the US Army, Europe.  They’re in charge of the multi-national, multi-service exercise to commemorate the start of the invasion of Normandy.

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On theRoad, France – Second Take [Part III] [AUDIO]

One of the most important objectives of the 82nd Airborne Division on D-Day was the La Fière bridge. The bridge itself might look like a small objective, but in June 1944 was one of only two locations where the Merderet river could be crossed by armor. G

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On the Road, France – Second Take [Part II] [AUDIO]

As the city of William the Conqueror, CAEN has a long and complex history. In the Second World War, it was a key site of the Battle of Normandy. The city has preserved the memory by erecting a memorial for remembrance and peace.

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On the Road, France – Second Take [Part I] [AUDIO]

This week we go behind the headlines for a visit to Normandy, France.  The look and feel is a lot like the American midwest.  And, Normandy is full of interesting people.

BAYEUX, with its perfectly preserved medieval ensemble, magnificent cathedral and world-famous tapestry, is a great place to start our visit.  In the center o

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