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On Earth Day, volunteers build new Audubon playground

Volunteers needed for Sunday Anita Reservoir cleanup

Feature photos: Big Sky State Games dance competition

Expect partly sunny, windy day on Saturday

Laurel rail yards power local economy

MSUB narrows search for provost to four candidates

From online dating to beet sugar: MSUB students turn out to present year-end projects
BOZEMAN NEWS

Woman killed in Big Sky identified

Woman killed by vehicle in Big Sky identified

Big Sky woman struck by vehicle dies

Big Sky woman struck by vehicle dies

Snowstorm blows into Bozeman, but won't stay long
BUTTE NEWS

Missed opportunities haunt Butte in losses to Glacier

What’s left to do with 2015 Legislature’s major issues?

House to take up last surviving major public works bill

State Senate rejects bill allowing sale of raw milk

Earth Day, Beautify Butte events launch next week; see list of activities

Chutes over Butte

Work started on big changes at Copper Mountain
GREAT FALLS NEWS
HELENA NEWS

Drought Committee banks on May rain to avert dry summer

Police incidents reported April 18

A special beer for a special cause

Good Morning, Helena: Mama Rave, vendor shows, motorcycles on ice and belly dance

Panel kills bill allowing new high school districts

Principal for a day: Raffle puts first-grader in charge of Kessler school

Bill allowing 10-year-old hunters added to licensing legislation
POLSON NEWS

Compact heads to Governor's desk

Polson students rally around cancer survivor

Connor Murphy named National Merit Scholar

Tribal hydrologist helps develop water compact

Comments wanted on grizzly bear conservation strategy

College offers firearms technology training

Lake County District Court
AG NEWS
KALISPELL WEATHER
Current Conditions : 63.1F / 17.3C, Partly Cloudy - 7:00 PM MDT Apr. 18
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April 18, 2015  7:00 PM
Temperature: 63.1°F / 17.3°C | Humidity: 25% | Pressure: 26.99in / 913.9hPa (Steady) | Conditions: Partly Cloudy | Wind Direction: SSW | Wind Speed: 4.6mph / 7.4km/h
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MISSOULA NEWS

Drums and dancers: Hundreds eager to attend annual Kyi-Yo powwow

Missoula group pushes for ban on commercial wild and exotic animal acts, exhibits

Missoula responds to impending release of Krakauer book on UM rapes

Krakauer: Missoula County attorney's actions 'egregious'

Roads only: Map shows almost no bit of Montana left untouched

Roads only: Map shows almost no bit of Montana left untouched

Police report possible abduction attempt at Willard School
BITTERROOT VALLEY

Study: Montana has larger gender pay gap than all but five states

Protect those trees: Hamilton arborist creating urban forest management plan

Stevensville celebrates Student Leadership Week

Major issues remain for 2015 legislative session

Debate continues over best location to care for mentally ill

State Senate rejects bill allowing sales of raw milk

Park dedication: Riverfront land in Hamilton to be named in honor of Steve Powell
SPORTS/OUTDOORS

Curry scores 34, Warriors beat Pelicans 106-99 in Game 1

Merritt maintains edge through 3 rounds at RBC Heritage

Wiser LA Clippers prepared for 1st-round showdown with Spurs

Blues whip Wild 4-1, even series at game apiece

Lightning rebound to even series against Red Wings

Jones throws 2 TDs, wins challenge at Ohio State spring game

Pierce leads Wizards past Raptors in OT in Game 1
KALISPELL NEWS

Securing Our Water is a Bargain

Glacier Park Stonefly Threatened by Climate Change

Lost Drone

Medicaid Expansion 1 Vote Away from Gov.’s Signature

Stop Efforts to Buy Elections
SIDNEY NEWS

Nutrition conference, livestock forum upcoming

Farmers, ranchers tired of EPA double-talk

Spell sentenced 100 years

Let’s become healthiest nation in one generation

Rosendale provides eulogy for Halvorson
MSU NEWS

MSU Extension offering backyard greenhouse symposium April 25 in Big Timber

Stegner Lecture Series to continue April 27 at Museum of the Rockies

In historic year, two MSU students receive Truman Scholarships

MSU School of Music to hold third annual Gala Concert on May 1

Students send balloon up 87,000 feet to prepare for 2017 solar eclipse

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