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REC Silicon in Butte lays off 30

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BUTTE – REC Silicon in Butte announced Wednesday it is laying off 30 employees at its facility just south of Butte. The layoffs were made for efficiency improvements and cost-cutting initiatives, according to a news release issued by the company Wednesday morning. 

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Montana Department of Justice outlines fight against substance abuse

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From 2012-2016 the top felony conviction offenses in Montana were for possession of dangerous drugs.

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Montana PSC takes public comment for proposed rate cap on inmate calls

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The Montana Public Service Commission took public comment Tuesday on a proposal to limit the costs of phone calls between jail inmates and their families. 

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Montana Television Network Montana Wildfire Relief Fund Raises $91,715

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Montana Television Network (MTN) stations across the state have now raised $91,715 as part of their Montana Wildfire Relief Fund.  The MTN stations will match the first $50,000 of that total. On Friday, September 15, the fundraising drive caught the attention of Arthur Blank and The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation.  Co-founder of The Home Depot, Blank owns the Atlanta Falcons and the Mountain Sky Guest Ranch.  They announced an additional $50,000 match.  It star... More>>

Dillon school evacuated after guns found

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The Beaverhead County High School in Dillon was evacuated after firearms were discovered in a pair of students’ backpacks. 

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EPA reports slow Superfund progress, references site in Butte

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An internal report from the EPA in Washington D.C. released this week noted that cleanup at Superfund sites around the country, including Butte, is moving slowly or at a standstill.

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Winter Weather Advisories are in place for southwest Montana

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Winter Weather Advisories will be in effect starting Thursday evening through 12 AM Saturday for southwest Montana.  

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Throwback Thursday: Tranquilized bear bounces off trampoline in Missoula

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One of the earliest examples of a "viral video" from Montana is more than a decade-old.

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Puerto Rico governor: Power could be out for months

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Puerto Rico's energy grid took such a severe blow from deadly Hurricane Maria that restoring power to everyone may take months.

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Snow storm in the Sierra Nevada on last day of summer turns deadly

Snow falls in the Sierra Nevada mountains on the last day of summer, Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017 / CBS SAN FRANCISCO Snow falls in the Sierra Nevada mountains on the last day of summer, Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017 / CBS SAN FRANCISCO
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An early season storm turned deadly Thursday as a slick roadway on a highway in California triggered a chain reaction crash involving 16 vehicles and at least one fatality.

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Blackfeet Tribe buys City of Browning's assets

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The town of Browning has been in the process of disbanding due to financial issues since 2016.

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Trump announces new executive order targeting those who trade with North Korea

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President Trump announced Thursday he signed a new executive order that "significantly expands our authority to target individual companies, and financial institutions that facilitate trade with North Korea." 

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"Hometana" creator helping with wildfire relief efforts

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Throughout September, all proceeds from sales of Hometana "Montana Strong" t-shirts will go toward firefighting relief.

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911 transcript from deadly shooting in Great Falls

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The transcript of the 911 call on the night that Jordan Addison was shot and killed has been released.

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Montana National Guard offers new Purple Heart hunting program

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Officials announced a new Montana National Guard program that will allow limited hunting on Fort Harrison grounds. 

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Yellowstone County judge, auditor submit letters of resignation

Judge Hernandez has been on the bench over four decades (MTN News) Judge Hernandez has been on the bench over four decades (MTN News)
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After more than four decades on the bench, a Billings judge is hanging up his robe to spend more time with his family. 

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Trump announces new executive order targeting those who trade with North Korea

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President Trump announced Thursday he signed a new executive order that "significantly expands our authority to target individual companies, and financial institutions that facilitate trade with North Korea." 

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Wyoming organic tomato farm busted for marijuana operation

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A popular organic farm called Wyomatoes was raided last month by Sublette County authorities acting on a tip. 

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Motorcyclist ticketed for wearing panda suit on highway

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Police say they have "so many questions" in response to a unique traffic stop that was conducted in late August, which involved a motorcyclist traveling in a panda suit.

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This week with Fish, Wildlife & Parks: Kids get a head start on water fowl hunting season

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Andrea Jones with Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks, joins Chet to promote the upcoming "Kids Only" waterfowl hunting period. She also points out to outdoors enthusiasts the importance of keeping an eye on changing weather conditions. More>>

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California family struck by lightning lives to tell story

Chris Lovera shows his clothes destroyed after he was struck by lightning. CBS SAN FRANCISCO Chris Lovera shows his clothes destroyed after he was struck by lightning. CBS SAN FRANCISCO
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A father and his two young children were struck by lightning in Tulare County and lived to tell about it. 

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SEC says its corporate filing system was hacked

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Federal securities regulators said late Wednesday that hackers gained access to the government's electronic system for corporate filings and may have made illicit gains by trading on the information.

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Montana State Veterans Cemetery receives makeover

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Saluting Branches, a nonprofit organization where arborists and volunteers landscape and prune veteran properties, spent the day sprucing up the cemetery.

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Montana author of “Land on Fire” talks wildfires

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Montana author Gary Ferguson talks about his new book, “Land on Fire” and shares his perspective about this year’s wildfire season. 

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Remembering those lost fighting a devastating Montana fire season

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Two firefighters paid the ultimate price to keep us safe, one working on just the second wildfire of his career, the other an elite, experienced Hotshot with a family legacy of firefighting.

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Bozeman law firm representing Montanans impacted by Equifax breach

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Beck, Amsden, & Stalpes, PLLC, is representing Montanans in a class action lawsuit over the huge data breach at Equifax on July 29.

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Cold and wet pattern persists for the region through the end of the week

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With fall beginning on Friday, our pattern continues to push cool air and scattered showers through the region through the end of this week.  Temperatures are going to hover in the 40s through Friday afternoon with hit and miss rain and snow showers popping in and out of the region.  

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MSU team receives NASA funds to launch prototype satellite

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A team of Montana State University researchers has received $100,000 from NASA to test a promising new computing technology called RadPC.

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Tester on newly-proposed GOP health care bill: "It may be the worst"

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Republican Senators are pushing forward with their latest plan to repeal and replace Obamacare.

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Large scale affordable housing complex comes to Bozeman

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A ribbon cutting was ceremony was held Wednesday for the grand opening of the Larkspur Commons, an affordable housing apartment complex.

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Montana Climate Assessment released

The assessment details impacts to the state's forests, agriculture industry, and water resources as Montana's climate changes. The assessment details impacts to the state's forests, agriculture industry, and water resources as Montana's climate changes.
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The assessment details impacts to the state's forests, agriculture industry, and water resources as Montana's climate changes.

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Suspect identified in Great Falls Meals On Wheels burglary

Brandon Burshia (Cascade County jail booking photo) Brandon Burshia (Cascade County jail booking photo)
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The Great Falls Police Department also says that Burshia was charged in August for allegedly burglarizing a church.

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Amazon may unwittingly give tips to would-be bombers

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Amazon is reviewing procedures after it was revealed its website may unwittingly give tips to would-be bombers.

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Red Lodge officer fights to keep dog as city ends K-9 program

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A Red Lodge police officer is fighting the city to keep Drago, a Belgian Malinois who has served as the town's K-9 for more than two years.

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FWP hosts duck identification class Oct. 4

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Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks will present a duck identification workshop, tailored to both waterfowl hunters and bird watchers on Wednesday, Oct. 4, in Bozeman.

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Ronan man arrested at border crossing

The Peace Arch Port of Entry in Blaine, WA. (courtesy photo) The Peace Arch Port of Entry in Blaine, WA. (courtesy photo)
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Roy Lee Sinclair, 70, was detained at the border crossing in Blaine, Washington after authorities found he had an outstanding warrant out of Lake County.

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Montana budget cuts would hit children with disabilities program

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A program that offers resources to children with disabilities -- called Part C -- serves hundreds of families across Western Montana. 

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Search for killer after Colorado cyclist gunned down on trail

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A killer is on the loose after shooting a bicyclist near a popular trail near Palmer Lake. 

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Montana Spotlight: Holy Rosary Crusade set for Oct. 14

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Denise Kagie joins John to promote the upcoming Holy Rosary Crusade, set for Oct. 14 at St. Ann's Church at 2100 Farragut Ave. at noon. They will be celebrating the Fatima Centennial and Fr. Longo will speak about the miracle of the sun. 

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Interior Department gets arcade game "Big Buck Hunter Pro"

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The department announced the cafeteria's temporary new addition Tuesday, saying it is part of Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke's "latest initiative to reemphasize hunting and fishing" at the department. 

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Man arrested for Lame Deer assault, victim on life support

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A 30-year-old Lame Deer man has been hospitalized and a suspect is in custody following an assault. 

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Montana Supreme Court orders revisions to proposed designated bathrooms bill

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The Montana Supreme Court has ordered the Montana Attorney General to revise the ballot initiative that requires people use the bathroom that matches the sex on the person’s birth certificate.

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Educators from 12 states take 3-day firearms course

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A group that keeps track of school shootings in the U.S. said there were 240 incidents since 2013 -- about one a week -- including one last week at a high school near Spokane, Washington. 

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Tester demands action after massive delayed mail delivery report

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A report released this week shows two billion pieces of mail were delayed in delivery over the course of one year. 

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Highway 200 Complex fires at 47,100 acres

The Sheep Gap fire as seen on 9.13.17. (photo credit: Brigitte Bernhardt) The Sheep Gap fire as seen on 9.13.17. (photo credit: Brigitte Bernhardt)
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Increased fire activity near the Sheep Gap fire forced new evacuation orders and warnings to be issued.

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Wet weather helping calm Rice Ridge fire

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Recent rain and cooler temps continue to help crews battling the 160,100-acre fire near Seeley Lake.

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Woman wanted by U.S. Marshals Service in Montana

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The U.S. Marshals Service District of Montana issued Tuesday a wanted alert for Sabrina Greybull, 29.  Greybull is wanted by the marshals' violent offender task force on a felony warrant for robbery. She is 5 feet 3 inches tall, 160 pounds, with brown hair and eyes, according to the marshals' service. She has a tattoo on her left hand that says "Heart Jesse," one on her left arm that says "Sabrina Blaine," and one on her right arm that says "Sabrina Swe...

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Former Huntley Project coach sentenced for molesting teen

Cranford was sentenced on Tuesday (MTN News) Cranford was sentenced on Tuesday (MTN News)
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The former volunteer high school track coach for Huntley Project was sentenced on Tuesday for sexually abusing a teenage girl, who came forward despite widespread doubt about her claims. 

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Central Mexico earthquake kills more than 130, topples buildings

People searching rubble of fallen building in Mexico City. photo by Obie Fernandez. courtesy of CNN. People searching rubble of fallen building in Mexico City. photo by Obie Fernandez. courtesy of CNN.
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(CNN) -- Rescuers combed through rubble Tuesday after a powerful earthquake killed scores and collapsed buildings in Mexico City and surrounding states on the anniversary of a devastating earthquake decades ago. 

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'Trust has been an issue': Facebook's ads take a sour turn

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Facebook is an advertiser's dream: a digital walled garden where 2 billion people hand over information about where they work, what schools they attended and what they like to do on the weekends.

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Flathead County schools back in session after cyber threats

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Columbia Falls Schools Superintendent Steve Bradshaw saying it was great having students roaming the halls again.

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Black Butte copper mine receives draft permit near White Sulphur Springs

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WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS - The proposed Black Butte copper mine near White Sulphur Springs has received a state draft operating permit to move forward, owner Tintina Resources Inc. announced Tuesday.

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Constitution Day sparks discussions at MSU

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BOZEMAN - Montana State University honored Constitution Day Tuesday with a forum on a timely topic that got students and faculty talking. The forum hosted three student speakers and one guest speaker in a discussion about the limits of free speech, particularly on a college campus. "We see all of these controversies on campuses with speakers being dis-invited and students protesting the speakers, and I think it's great that the University wanted to host a discussion about this ...

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Theological school celebrates first convocation

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Tuesday marked the first convocation of the Yellowstone Theological Institute. YTI  is a graduate-level theological school offering Master of Arts and Master of Divinity degrees as well as community classes to encourage dialogue and discussion about how to be better humans interacting with each other and with the world. 

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Moisture still lagging in the region but more is on the way

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Our year-to-date rainfall numbers still show us in a deficit but there are more spotty showers on the way in the next few days.  Evening temperatures will be in the 30s for most of the region, but cool enough that several areas could see more snow showers overnight with primarily rain expected in the valleys. 

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1 killed in Missoula crash

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The vehicle clipped the corner of a house and went through a shed before ending up in an alley.

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Billings man sentenced to prison for raping toddler

Jason Rose was sentenced to prison on Tuesday (MTN News) Jason Rose was sentenced to prison on Tuesday (MTN News)
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The Billings man who raped a toddler over a period of three years was sentenced to prison on Tuesday. 

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Trump warns U.S. will "destroy" North Korea in UN General Assembly speech

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In his first major address to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, President Trump delivered his harshest warning yet to the North Korean regime, saying it risked "total destruction" if it continues its pursuit of nuclear weapons.  

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Efforts underway to reopen Yellowstone roads after storm

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Yellowstone National Park officials say crews are working to clear roads in the park for drivers after a fall storm. Many of the interior park roads are currently snow-covered and icy. Officials say drivers should expect delays and adverse driving conditions throughout most of the park. 

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Relationship between Trump admin, some Montana tribes not yet defined

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More than 200 days into the job, the relationship between some Native Americans and the new administration is not quite yet defined.

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Hundreds turn out for Constitution Week celebration at Capitol

This year marks the 230th anniversary of the ratification of the U.S. Constitution which was signed on Sept. 17, 1787. (MTN News photo) This year marks the 230th anniversary of the ratification of the U.S. Constitution which was signed on Sept. 17, 1787. (MTN News photo)
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This year marks the 230th anniversary of the ratification of the U.S. Constitution which was signed on Sept. 17, 1787.

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For Crow relay team, it starts with a love of horses, family

At a practice session for the River Road Relay team at Crow Agency last month, team captain Cody Brown tends to one of the team's horses. (Ed Kemmick/Last Best News) At a practice session for the River Road Relay team at Crow Agency last month, team captain Cody Brown tends to one of the team's horses. (Ed Kemmick/Last Best News)
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When the River Road Relay team gets together for a practice, it’s all about the horses. The human beings involved in an Indian horse relay race certainly get a workout, and occasionally a few scrape and bruises, but at practice the horses are the focus of their intense and loving attention. 

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Toys "R" Us files for bankruptcy as holiday season approaches

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Toys "R" Us -- once a dominant player in the American toy market -- filed for bankruptcy protection Monday night with a crushing debt load that had turned the 1,600-store chain into an also-ran against larger rivals such as Amazon.com, Walmart and Target. 

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2 dead, students injured in crash involving school bus

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Two people were killed and several children injured in a head-on crash near Glasgow on Tuesday that involved a school bus and pickup truck. 

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1 killed in motorcycle crash near Great Falls

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One person is dead after a motorcycle crash southwest of Great Falls. 

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Does your teen want a tattoo? Pediatricians have some advice

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While body modifications like tattoos and piercings have become more popular and widely accepted in society in recent years, a leading group of pediatricians say young people need to carefully weigh the potential consequences first. 

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Montana Made: Diamond Products

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Cleaning can be a messy task and Diamond Products is making that task not only a little easier for you, but also a little less harsh on the environment. 

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Paul Manafort was wiretapped by feds, CBS News confirms

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Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort was wiretapped under a foreign intelligence warrant in connection with U.S. concerns that he was communicating with Russian operatives who wanted to influence the American election, a former U.S. official familiar with the intelligence confirms to CBS News.

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Billings man charged for pointing rifle at three boys for egging trailer

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A Billings man is charged with felony criminal endangerment for allegedly pointing an AR-15 rifle at three juveniles back in July. 

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Billings man accused of sexually abusing 4 young girls

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A Billings man was arrested Sunday and now faces charges for the alleged sexual abuse of four young girls. 

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Montana man sentenced to prison for assault on 9-week-old baby at Billings hotel

Jeffrey Merritt has been sentenced to prison (YCDF) Jeffrey Merritt has been sentenced to prison (YCDF)
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The Billings man who admitted he threw a 9-week-old baby boy across the room, causing a skull fracture and brain hemorrhage, was sentenced to prison on Monday. 

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New owners mean new opportunities at Beehive Basin Trailhead

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BIG SKY - The Beehive Basin trailhead in Big Sky sits on seven and a half acres of privately owned land. Public access to this trail is currently possible through an easement between the land's owner and the U.S. Forest Service. 

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$1 million bond for Molt man accused of kidnapping, torturing woman

Charles Green is being held on 27 felony charges (YCDF) Charles Green is being held on 27 felony charges (YCDF)
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Bond has been set at over $1 million dollars for a Molt man accused of torturing his girlfriend in a series of heinous attacks that included crushing the victim’s vertebrae, ripping out her hair and beating her until she was “unrecognizable.” 

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Ransom letter released from "cyber hackers" threatening Flathead County schools

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Sheriff Curry also said that the group who have identified themselves in this letter have been identified

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'Extremely dangerous' Hurricane Maria heading for Dominica, Puerto Rico

Hurricane Maria is forecast to rapidly strengthen over the next two days as it takes aim at Caribbean islands devastated by Hurricane Irma just days ago. (CNN) Hurricane Maria is forecast to rapidly strengthen over the next two days as it takes aim at Caribbean islands devastated by Hurricane Irma just days ago. (CNN)
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(CNN) -- Hurricane Maria became a Category 4 storm Monday afternoon as it barreled toward Dominica in the Caribbean's Leeward Islands and took aim for the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico.

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Teen charged with felony after incident at Great Falls High School

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A 15-year-old was taken into custody and faces a felony charge after threatening a Great Falls High School student on Friday night with a BB gun.

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Cops: Thief steals purse from mom trying to locate child after school shooting

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Police in Washington are looking for a suspect who allegedly stole a woman's purse out of her car while she ran to see if her child was safe during a school shooting, which left one student dead. 

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Grizzly bear relocated to area west of Cody after killing cattle

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department announced Monday that it recently trapped and relocated an adult female grizzly bear after it killed cattle near Pinedale, Wyo.

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Western tribes seek name change for Mount Doane, Hayden Valley in Yellowstone

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Western tribes want to see the names changed of Mount Doane, as well as Hayden Valley, named for two men who massacred Native Americans.

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Dillon school evacuated due to threat

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Beaverhead County High School in Dillon has been evacuated and the elementary and middle schools are in lock down due to an unspecified threat. Officials say all sports practices, games, after school activities etc have been canceled. 

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Pablo man charged with murder after weekend shooting

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A murder investigation is underway in the Mission Valley after a weekend shooting.

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Bozeman pair hopes to land regular show on HGTV

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A pair of Bozeman realtors will make their debut on HGTV this week. Trecie Wheat Hughes and Jackie Wickens are the co-hosts of a pilot for HGTV called “Montana Home”. Trecie is the designer, Jackie does construction and they renovate Montana Homes. 

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Frank Borman: from pioneering astronaut to Montana rancher

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Former astronaut Frank Borman and his wife Susan left Arizona and moved to Montana 19 years ago with a nudge from their kids 

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Bob Seger adds Billings to 2017 tour

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Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Bob Seger is making a stop in Billings with the Silver Bullet Band this November before wrapping up his Runaway Train tour in Chicago. 

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Information sought on missing Montana man

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Robert Joseph Dombroski was last seen on Sept. 14. 

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Emmy winners 2017: full list

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Stephen Colbert of the "Late Show" hosted the Primetime Emmy Awards, TV's biggest night, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday. 

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Honoring the chief carver of Mount Rushmore

Chief carver Luigi Del Bianco oversees work on Mount Rushmore. (DEL BIANCO FAMILY) Chief carver Luigi Del Bianco oversees work on Mount Rushmore. (DEL BIANCO FAMILY)
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Mount Rushmore's designer once said he hoped the faces would remain unchanged "until the wind and rain alone shall wear them away."

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Georgia Tech police fatally shoot student after knife confrontation

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The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is investigating the fatal shooting of a Georgia Tech student by campus police late Saturday after the student was confronted about carrying a knife.

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First responders train for livestock accidents in Townsend

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Saturday afternoon consisted of full-scale exercises involving livestock trucks, live cattle, and equipment.

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Montana Conservation Corps to help with Hurricane Harvey recovery

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The Montana Conservation Corps is doing its part to help those stricken by Hurricane Harvey.

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Runners enjoy good weather for Montana Marathon

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The 21st annual Montana Marathon drew 128 runners from around the country and Canada on Sunday. 

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Cyber threats keep Flathead County schools closed Monday

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Flathead County students will have another day off as the probe into a cyber threat that has forced all schools to close last week continues.

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Tom Brady says Colin Kaepernick deserves a shot in the NFL

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Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says Colin Kaepernick deserves a spot on an NFL roster.

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Four Boston College students attacked with acid in France

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Two of them were taken to a hospital and two were in shock.

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Montana Air National Guard personnel activated and trained to fight wildfires

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The Guardsmen will deploy to various fires across the state on Monday morning.

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Volunteer program helping Northwest Montana lakes

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Northwest Montana is home to about 400 lakes and a volunteer program aims to keep some of those lakes in pristine condition. 

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London terror attack latest: Second man arrested in tube bombing

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The 21-year-old man was arrested late Saturday in Hounslow, west London.

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Restoration project works to decontaminate creek water near Belt

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Water from the closed entrance of the old Anaconda coal mine travels across several fields before it tumbles down a rocky ledge and into Belt Creek.

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Tillerson: Military option will be "only one left" if diplomacy fails on N. Korea

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"All they need to do to let us know they're ready to talk is to just stop these tests," the secretary of state said.

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Belgrade Fall Festival raises money for Meals on Wheels

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Despite the wet weather Saturday morning, Belgrade began its Fall Festival in full swing.

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Montana Television Network Montana Wildfire Relief Fund Raises $73,070

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Montana Television Network (MTN) stations across the state have now raised $73,070 as part of their Montana Wildfire Relief Fund.

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Does Apple's facial recognition technology compromise security for convenience?

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The iPhone's latest feature, which uses a 3-D scan of the user's face to unlock the phone, is also raising questions about privacy and security.

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Recent rains won't end firefighting efforts in Western Montana

Fire crews will now face different but equally as harsh conditions as they saw before. (MTN News photo) Fire crews will now face different but equally as harsh conditions as they saw before. (MTN News photo)
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Fire crews will now face different but equally as harsh conditions as they saw before.

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Protesters, counter-protesters converge at Confederate statue rally in Richmond, Virginia

A man stands in support of keeping the statute of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in Richmond, Virginia. (CBS NEWS / BO ERICKSON) A man stands in support of keeping the statute of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in Richmond, Virginia. (CBS NEWS / BO ERICKSON)
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Richmond is reevaluating the monument after the violent white nationalist rally in nearby Charlottesville last month.

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Annual Relay for Life raises money for American Cancer Society

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People in Butte laced up their walking shoes today to raise money in the fight against cancer.

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Gianforte holds roundtable to discuss delayed timber project

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Gianforte met at his Helena office with landowners and conservation groups that took part in planning for the Stonewall Vegetation Project.

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Montana Tech hosts 18th annual career fair

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Montana Tech in Butte held a career fair Thursday to help students meet with potential future employers.

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Teen charged with felony after incident at Great Falls High School

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A 15-year-old was taken into custody and faces a felony charge after threatening a Great Falls High School student on Friday night with a BB gun.

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Flathead cyber terrorist now contacting parents and students

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Police say "the cyber-terrorist" who is behind the threats that closed down schools in Flathead County is now sending text messages to parents and students. 

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  • Stafford Animal Shelter 5K set for Sunday

    Stafford Animal Shelter 5K set for Sunday

    Pam McCutcheon from Small Dog Realty joins Chet to promote the Stafford Animal Shelter 5K Fun Run, to support homeless animals and the Stafford Animal Shelter. No dogs are being allowed in this year's event due to the recent outbreak of respiratory illness. Race fees support homeless animals. Register online at racemontana.com or pick up a form at shelter or staffordanimalshelter.org.

    Pam McCutcheon from Small Dog Realty joins Chet to promote the Stafford Animal Shelter 5K Fun Run, to support homeless animals and the Stafford Animal Shelter. No dogs are being allowed in this year's event due to the recent outbreak of respiratory illness. Race fees support homeless animals. Register online at racemontana.com or pick up a form at shelter or staffordanimalshelter.org.

  • Curtain up: Butte’s Orphan Girl Children’s Theater celebrates 2 decades of entertainment

    Curtain up: Butte’s Orphan Girl Children’s Theater celebrates 2 decades of entertainment

    Twenty years ago a children’s theater was born in Butte. “In 1997, the Busch sisters gave $500,000 to renovate the space and now we’re coming up on the 20th anniversary of that, which is amazing and exciting for Butte,” explained Artistic Director Jackie Freeman.

    Twenty years ago a children’s theater was born in Butte. “In 1997, the Busch sisters gave $500,000 to renovate the space and now we’re coming up on the 20th anniversary of that, which is amazing and exciting for Butte,” explained Artistic Director Jackie Freeman.

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