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6 Great Things About Living in Montana

There are some unique things about living in Montana that you just don’t have living anywhere else. I should know, after all, I have left Montana once or twice. You can trust me when I tell you there is no place on earth like it. That is why every time I have left Montana, I’ve always chosen to come back (usually as quickly as I could).

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Missoula Representative Vows to Repeal Some of Montana’s Self Defense Laws

Early this month, Missoula area state representative Ellie Hill appeared on the American version of Al Jazeera to discuss Montana gun laws with "Consider This" host Antonio Mora. The discussion was framed around the recent Diren Dede shooting and Hill argued that Montana gun laws created a culture that led to Dede’s death.

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Snowbowl Resort Expansion Gets Final Approval After a Decade of Waiting

Snowbowl ski resort has been trying to expand since 2004, but has been waiting for the Lolo National Forest to finish a lengthy environmental review process. This week, news broke that the review process was finally finished.

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MSU Lockdown Ends, Students Allowed Back on Campus

Update: 11:40 - According to Campus Police, the lockdown has ended, however, it is still unclear if the individual with a rifle had been apprehended, or simply deemed not to be a threat.

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Finally, Proof That Montana is The Best State

All we Montanans have known this as a fact for some time now. That’s why we live here. However, it seems that the rest of the United States has finally realized it, too.

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Montana Aging Faster than United States, Centenarians Celebrated This Week

Tomorrow, May 6, in Kalispell, the 46th annual Governor’s Conference on Aging will meet to celebrate the lives of Montana centenarians and discuss issues relevant to an aging population. Montana aging services Bureau chief Charlie Rehbein says Montana is getting old fast.

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Montana Man Returns for 80-Year University Class Reunion

Over 100,000 graduates have been sent out from Montana State University over its 120 year history, but only one has ever returned to celebrate an 80 year reunion.

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36,584 Montanans Enroll for ACA Insurance, 86% Used Federal Assistance, Says HHS

In a conference call today, outgoing Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sibelius announced that eight million Americans, and 36,584 Montanans, had signed up for healthcare in the Affordable Care Act's insurance marketplace.

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Tick Season Warning Issued by Montana DPHHS

It's spring, and that means a host of hard-bodied, blood sucking arachnids will be trying to make a meal out of Montana hikers. Tick season has arrived.

"As the temperatures begin to get warmer in Montana, the ticks start to come out," said Montana Department of Health and Human Services Epidemiologist Joel Merriman

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Pending Teacher Firings Met With Protest in Florence

Hand drawn signs reading, “Save Buckner” were posted outside of Florence-Carlton High School Wednesday morning, April 30, after children found out that a beloved German teacher would likely be cut from the staff.

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