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Just add kids: Volunteers construct Bozeman playground in under 4 Hours

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BOZEMAN, Mont.- On Saturday, volunteers traveled from all over the state to help build a kids playground in less than four hours in Bozeman. 

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Bozeman Fire connects with community at 3rd annual Fire in the Park

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BOZEMAN, Mont.- Bozeman firefighters hosted the 3rd Annual Fire in the Park at Fire Station #3 on Saturday.

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Campers escape by driving through wildfire in Glacier National Park

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“I just had a bad feeling about it, and I was like ‘Dad, I think we need to get out of here.'”

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Bozeman Elementary Schools face growing pains

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BOZEMAN Mont.- Last week, parents of students in the elementary schools in the Bozeman School District received an alert about enrollment. 

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As Bozeman housing costs rise, some look to Mining City for value

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BUTTE - In just one year, Butte’s housing values made a significant jump. “I’m going to tell you the average price of a house of the houses sold was $143,000. This year to date it’s $173,000,” said Denise Kelly, owner, and broker at Re/Max in Butte. 

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Montana Ag Network: Hobson residents work to save a piece of history

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Many small towns in Montana have some sort of landmark that make them unique and memorable and Hobson is no different. 

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Top stories from today's Montana This Morning

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Top stories from today's Montana This Morning, Monday, Aug. 20, 2018 - latest local news and headlines from across the world. More>>

Missoula man charged with sexually abusing 2 children

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Both children reported that, in addition to the abuse, Jarvey would also make them watch pornography. 

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Kids test hunting skills at First Peoples Buffalo Jump

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Kids of all ages tested their hunting skills at the First Peoples Buffalo Jump State Park.
 

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Residents to give Bozeman commissioners high school stadium feedback Monday night

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Neighbors of Bozeman High School will be able to share their concerns regarding the building of a new $7 million football stadium at Monday's City Commission meeting.

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Cruisin' on Main gets car lovers revved up in downtown Bozeman

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Around 300 cars were on display in downtown Bozeman on Sunday for the 18th Annual Cruisin’ on Main car show.

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Cool and wet weather to start the week

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Cooler temperatures with a few showers and thunderstorms possible for tomorrow The above on demand STORMTracker video forecast with Meteorologist Carson Vickroy will walk you through the forecast hour by hour for next 24 hours so you can have an idea of what the start of your week will look like. City by City Forecast: BOZEMAN: LOW: 51°; HIGH MONDAY: 70°. Spotty showers will be a possibility tonight. More widespread chances for tomorrow afternoon with coole... More>>

Get your groove on with new human movement lab at MSU

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BOZEMAN, Mont.- Montana State University has a new lab that is able to determine the body’s movement. The Departments of Human Development and Mechanical Engineering have come together to provide this new human movement lab at MSU. 

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Monument, Wigwam Fire activity slows after burning nearly 10K acres combined

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The two fires burning in the Gravelly Range near Ennis saw decreased fire activity over the weekend, after growing to nearly 10,000 acres combined.

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Federal fugitive leads authorities on wild chase in Billings

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A federal fugitive led local, state and federal law enforcement on a chase early Sunday morning.

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More evacuations ordered due to Howe Ridge Fire in Glacier National Park

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The Howe Ridge Fire in Glacier National Park has now burned an estimated 7,835 acres

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Bullock says he 'would' support assault weapons ban

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Montana Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock said Sunday that he "would" support assault weapons ban, staking out a strong position on the issue ahead of a possible run for president in 2020.

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Obituary: Emma Joy Linen Dana

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Emma Joy Linen Dana, formerly of Morristown, New Jersey, and Livingston, Montana, passed away on August 6, 2018, at Spring Creek Inn in Bozeman, Montana, where she moved in January of 2017.  Born in 1931 in Newark, New Jersey, she was the daughter of John S. Linen and Mary B. Linen. After graduating in 1949 from Miss Beard’s School, Emma Joy attended Smith College. She left Smith to marry William D. Dana, Jr., also from West Orange, in November of 1951.  Emma Joy... More>>

Glacier National Park's Howe Ridge fire grows to 4,100 acres

The Howe Ridge fire is burning in Glacier National Park near Lake McDonald. (inciweb.org photo) The Howe Ridge fire is burning in Glacier National Park near Lake McDonald. (inciweb.org photo)
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The Howe Ridge fire burning on the west side of Glacier National Park has now grown to 4,100 acres. 

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Telluride cracks down on plastic, wants to limit waste

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The Town of Telluride wants to see less plastic ending up in landfills.

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Montana firefighters returning home after battling California fires

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After two weeks on the front lines of the biggest fires in California, a team of Montana firefighters is headed home.

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More rain chances and cooler temperatures on the way

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Cooler temperatures Sunday with the chance for more rain The above on demand STORMTracker video forecast with Meteorologist Carson Vickroy will walk you through the forecast hour by hour for next 24 hours so you can have an idea of what the rest of your weekend will look like. City by City Forecast: BOZEMAN: LOW: 50°; HIGH SUNDAY: 76°. A few additional storms are possible through 8 pm tonight. Once we lose the daytime heating rain chances will be decreasing... More>>

Montana jobless rate falls to 3.7 percent

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Montana's unemployment rate fell to 3.7 percent in July, marking the third straight month the state's jobless rate has dropped.

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce officially endorses Matt Rosendale

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In a short ceremony held Friday at Montana Peterbilt, the Executive Director of the Northwest Region of the U.S Chamber of Commerce, Chris Eyler, delivered the Chamber's official nomination. 

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Lake McDonald Lodge will close for the rest of the season due to Howe Ridge fire

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The lightning-sparked fire has burned 3,500 acres on the west side of Glacier National Park and forced evacuations.

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Searchers recover final body from Bighorn Lake

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FORT SMITH- Searchers have recovered and identified the third and final body from a boating accident a week ago in Bighorn Lake.  

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Lightning danger isn't just wildfires: Montana ranchers can lose livestock

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 Fifteen sheep were killed after one lightning bolt struck a fence they were huddled around - just feet from the owner's front door.

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Slain kids were found in oil tank and had been there for several days, court documents say

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FREDERICK, Colo. -- Prosecutors in Colorado are preparing to file formal charges of first-degree murder and evidence tampering against Christopher Watts, who is accused of murdering his pregnant wife and two daughters. 

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Bullock makes another appearance in Iowa, fueling more speculation on 2020 bid

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DES MOINES, Iowa- Montana Gov. Steve Bullock was one of several Democrats from across the country to stump at the Iowa State Fair this week.  

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Acting NPS Director in Bozeman for Lawmakers Gathering

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BOZEMAN, Mont. - Acting Director of the National Park Service, P. Daniel Smith, addressed lawmakers from around the country during a roundtable event in Bozeman Friday morning. He stressed the need to fund deferred maintenance projects which currently total more than $11 billion. 

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Great Falls man facing felony charges after "drug-fueled rampage" in Butte

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BUTTE, Mont. - A Great Falls man faces felony charges after he terrorized some residents in a quiet neighborhood on Butte’s west side. Police say the man went on an apparent drug-fueled rampage armed with a loaded handgun. 

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New Fire West Of Norris Friday Night

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Details are limited as this fire just broke out around 7 pm Friday night West of Norris. Thunderstorms did pass through this area at the time of the fire start so lightning is the most likely cause but no official word so far. Jeff Krogstad sent the above video and reports erratic winds with the passing thunderstorms is allowing this fire to burn out of control. Fire crews are on scene and Jeff reports there is a bulldozer cutting a line and additional support was called in for a...

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Missoula family remembers father, husband killed in car crash

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More than 100 people have died this year so far in vehicle accidents in Montana. Behind every crash we talk about, there is a family dealing with an unimaginable loss.

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Montana’s campaign-contribution limits appealed to U.S. Supreme Court

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A prominent critic of campaign-finance limits has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down Montana’s campaign-contribution limits, arguing they are an unconstitutional limit on free speech. 

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Glendive woman facing homicide charge in death of her 2-year-old son

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A 19-year-old Glendive mother is facing criminal charges of negligent homicide following the death of her 2-year-old son. 

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Analysis: The facts behind Gianforte’s ad attacking Williams on immigration

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Republican U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte’s first campaign TV ad, which began airing last week, sharply criticizes Democratic challenger Kathleen Williams on immigration and foreign policy. But some of the ad’s leading claims misrepresent Williams’ stated views on the subject.

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Montana federal judge calls for full environmental review of Keystone pipeline

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GREAT FALLS- A Montana federal judge ruled Wednesday that the Keystone XL pipeline's new approved route in Nebraska requires a full environmental review, likely causing another delay. 

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Montana woman drowns while swimming at lake

Over 200,000 people visit Lake Como each year. (MTN News photo) Over 200,000 people visit Lake Como each year. (MTN News photo)
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Witnesses attempted to find the 28-year-old woman after she reportedly slipped beneath the surface of the water while swimming.

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Obituary: George Patrick Bailey

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George Patrick Bailey Jan. 3, 1939 – Aug. 13, 2018 George Bailey passed away at his home surrounded by his loving family on the morning of Monday, August 13th, 2018. 

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Howe Ridge fire in Glacier holds steady; Public meeting set

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The lightning-sparked fire has burned 3,500 acres on the west side of Glacier National Park and forced evacuations.

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Fire Weather Warning Friday Afternoon For SW Montana

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 NEXT WEATHER MAKER:  Upper level Low is digging into the pacific NW Friday afternoon and a little monsoon moisture is lifting up into Montana producing several rounds of thunderstorms. The National Weather Service has issued a "RED FLAG WARNING" for Friday afternoon and evening for SW Montana. The combination of dry and wet thunderstorms producing frequent lightning and gusty winds could produce new fire starts. Much of SW Montana is now under STAGE I fire ... More>>

Zinke acknowledges role of climate change in wildfires

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Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke suggested that climate change may have a role in the recent wildfires that have ravaged California. 

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Woman reportedly sexually assaulted Thursday night in Bozeman

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BOZEMAN, Mont. - Bozeman Police say a woman reported being sexually assaulted on Thursday evening in the 1000 block of W. Oak St. Officers responded to the report at approximately 10 p.m. 

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Video extra: Crow Fair kicks off

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CROW AGENCY- The 100th Crow Fair kicked off Friday and will run through Sunday in Crow Agency. Watch the video above to see the grand entrance.

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Bacon Rind fire continues to burn

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The Bacon Rind Fire continues to burn in Lee Metcalf Wilderness and Yellowstone National park between Big Sky and West Yellowstone has grown to 1,838 acres.

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Homicide charge refiled against Absarokee man for 2013 hit-and-run incident

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The Montana Department of Justice has refiled homicide charges against an Absarokee man who allegedly ran over and killed another man in 2013.

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Friday thunderstorms enhance wildfire potential in SW Montana

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Today's Forecast: Warm and smoky with more clouds for your Friday.  Afternoon thunderstorms are expected to develop and push through the region into the evening hours.  Wildfire danger will be high as a result of frequent lightning, current dry conditions, and erratic wind from the base of a few of those storms. 

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Update on Bozeman's new sports park

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BOZEMAN, Mont. - Chase Rose, campaign manager for the new Sports Park in Bozeman stopped in to give us the latest information on the construction as well as the details for the fundraiser next Saturday at the Hilton Garden Inn. 

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Pentagon postpones Trump's military parade

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The Department of Defense says the military parade originally scheduled for Veterans Day will be postponed. 

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Free medical clinic set for October, volunteers needed

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The AMEN Bozeman Free Clinic is in need of volunteers for the clinic that will be held Oct. 19 & 21 at the fairgrounds. 

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Collaboration and beauty: Rock, ballet and Vivaldi combine for weekend performance

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BOZEMAN, Mont. -  An extreme collaborative effort has been in the works for years and it comes to life on the Ellen stage this weekend.   

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Top stories from today's Montana This Morning

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Top stories from today's Montana This Morning, Friday, Aug. 17, 2018 - latest local news and headlines from across the world. More>>

Compromise solves Butte grow operation controversy

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BUTTE -  What started out as a controversial issue last week involving a medical marijuana provider here in Butte growing marijuana in a former school in the Greeley neighborhood, was resolved with a compromise on Thursday. 

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This Week in Fish and Wildlife: Too much love for the Madison River?

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Is the Madison River being loved to death? Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks' Jay Pape joins Chet to discuss the realities of wear and tear by floaters and other recreational users of the Madison River on facilities at Blacks Ford.

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Retired Adm. William McRaven asks Trump to revoke his security clearance

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William McRaven wrote an opinion piece for The Washington Post Thursday asking President Trump to revoke his security clearance in solidarity with former CIA director James Brennan, who had his security clearance revoked Wednesday. 

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Efforts continue to reduce DUI numbers in Gallatin Co, state

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BOZEMAN, Mont. - If want a snapshot of how many people are driving drunk in Gallatin County look at the Justice Court calendar. In a one-week span, 5 people were arrested for DUI, 4 facing their 4th offense and one facing his 5th. 

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Streamline celebrates 12 years and 3 million rides

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BOZEMAN, Mont.- Streamline celebrated 12 years of service and 3 million rides by hosting a free barbeque on Thursday for the community. Streamline first started roaming the streets in 2006 but the process to bring a transit system into Bozeman dates all the way back to 1986. According to Streamline, The city of Bozeman created a Transit Task Force in 2001 to study different transit systems to create a system that would be right for Bozeman. It was after this study that Streamli... More>>

Type 1 team prepares to attack the Howe Ridge Fire in Glacier National Park

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An infrared overflight on Wednesday provided updated mapping of the perimeter, which is now about 3,500 acres.

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Analysis: The facts behind Tester’s anti-Rosendale health care ad

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In Montana’s U.S. Senate race, health care will be a key issue – and the latest broadcast ad from Democratic incumbent Jon Tester takes some hard shots at Republican Matt Rosendale, accusing him of “making health care less affordable.” 

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Kids with allergies? What you need to know before they head back to school

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As children across the country start to head back to school, doctors are reminding parents of kids with allergies that there are some important things to keep in mind. 

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Body of missing boater in Bighorn Lake recovered, 1 remains missing

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Authorities have recovered the body of a missing Billings man from Bighorn Lake. 

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Montana environmental group launches informational website on wildfire smoke

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MISSOULA, Mont. - The group Climate Smart Missoula has used $10,000 from the Montana Wildfire Relief Fund to put forward out educational information on impacts from wildfire smoke via a new website and direction communications. 

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Stage 1 fire restrictions announced for Butte-Silver Bow

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BUTTE, Mont. – The Butte-Silver Bow Council of Commissioners approved a Council Resolution Wednesday night to implement Stage I fire restrictions. The restriction will be in effect 12:01 a.m. Friday, Aug. 17, 2018. 

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Montana Ag Network: Pardue Grain expands to take on pulse crop processing

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Pardue Grain was founded in Glacier County in 1959 with a partnership between Art Pardue and Herb Sammons. 

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Aretha Franklin, "Queen of Soul," is dead at 76

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Aretha Franklin, the Queen of Soul, has died, her publicist confirmed to CBS News. She was 76 years old. Franklin's prolific career spanned six decades and included hit songs like "Respect," "A Natural Woman" and "I Say a Little Prayer." Even in her 70s, she was still performing. In 2015, her performance of "A Natural Woman" at the Kennedy Center Honors brought President Barack Obama to tears. Franklin, whose father was a Baptist preacher, was... More>>

Top stories from today's Montana This Morning

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Top stories from today's Montana This Morning, Thursday, Aug. 16, 2018 - latest local news and headlines from across the world. More>>

Cruisin' on Main celebrates 8 years

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The 8th Annual Cruisin' on Main is set for Sunday, Aug. 19 and will run from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 

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Husband arrested in Denver case of missing pregnant wife, 2 young daughters

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The husband of a missing, pregnant Colorado woman was arrested Wednesday evening in connection with her disappearance and that of their two young daughters.

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Boulder falls from Rims and strikes Billings house

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A boulder fell from the Rimrocks Wednesday night and struck a house below. 

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Man arrested after reportedly trying to steal vehicles at gunpoint in Butte

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BUTTE, Mont. - A 25-year-old man was arrested early Wednesday morning after pointing a gun at people and demanding keys to their vehicles in two separate cases. 

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More firefighters expected to arrive for blazes in Gravelly mountains

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The pair of fires burning in the Gravelly Range mountains south of Ennis has now scorched more than 6,700 acres. 

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Celebrating a hero and a miracle

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BOZEMAN, Mont. - The Shodair Hospital gathered in Bozeman today to celebrate their 2018 Children’s Miracle Network Hero. 

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Construction at contested intersection in Bozeman begins

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BOZEMAN Mont.- Bozeman drivers who use the city's west side could face delays and detours as construction began Monday at the corner of Baxter and Davis. 

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Construction continues at Belgrade High School as students prepare to return

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BELGRADE, Mont. - While students have been on a summer break, Belgrade High School has had ongoing remodeling and expansion construction. 

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Bozeman home helps St. Jude Hospital

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BOZEMAN, Mont. - A Bozeman home is expected to sell for upward of $450,000 and all the money will be going to St. Jude’s hospital. 

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Missing Crazy Mountain hiker found dead

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LIVINGSTON - The body of a hiker missing in the Crazy Mountains was located Wednesday afternoon. 

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Beaver Creek Fire NE of Wisdom

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Northeast of Wisdom in the Anaconda Pintler Wilderness the lightning caused Beaver Creek and Howell Creek fires (reported the evening of August 11) have burned together and is now approximately 1,000 acres. Since August 12 eight smokejumpers and heavy water air attack support have been working on the fire, but now the smoke jumpers are being removed from the fire for safety. Fire managers are currently assessing the fire activity and developing a suppression strategy. Additional res... More>>

MT Supreme Court rejects request to change Medicaid ballot statement

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The Montana Supreme Court Wednesday unanimously rejected a request to change the ballot wording on an initiative that would increase state tobacco taxes and extend Montana’s expanded Medicaid coverage for poor people. 

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Video Extra: Bear visits liquor store

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A bear in Bristol, Conn., walked into Crazy Bruce's Liquor Store.

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Anger, questions day after deadly Italian bridge collapse in Genoa

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Residents of the northern Italian city of Genoa awoke Wednesday to a new skyline, and a new reality; the bridge that suddenly ceased to exist, taking so many lives with it. 

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Fire Restrictions Begin For Beaverhead/Deer Lodge National Forest

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Stage 1 fire restrictions will begin for all of the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest on August 15, 2018. Stage 1 fire restrictions apply to campfires and smoking.  Under Stage 1 restrictions, the following acts are prohibited: Building, maintaining, attending, or using a fire or campfire unless noted in the exemptions below or as designated in the specific closure order. Smoking, except within an enclosed vehicle or building, a developed recreation site or while stopped... More>>

Valley County undersheriff withdraws from sheriff's race in Montana

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Valley County Undersheriff Luke Strommen has withdrawn his name from the sheriff's race.

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Rocky Women's soccer team rescued from Yellowstone River

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BILLINGS- All 21 members of the Rocky Mountain College women’s soccer team are fine after they had to be rescued from the Yellowstone River when their river floating group got caught on a partially submerged tree.

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Pearl Jam poster from Montana concert ignites controversy

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It's not just the memories of Monday night's Missoula concert sparking discussion of Pearl Jam. 

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Outdoor activities and smoky air: What you need to know

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BOZEMAN - As the air continues to be filled with smoke and becomes hazy, it’s important to be thinking about the air quality before heading outside. 

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Livingston's Bark in the Park set for Sunday

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Pam McCutcheon of Small Dog Realty stopped in to give us the details about Bark in the Park this Sunday in Livingston.   Sign up for the 5K Run/walk at the Stafford Animal Shelter website, bring your dog and enjoy the activities! More>>

Portion of Bighorn Lake to close Wednesday as search for missing boaters continues

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Authorities are closing a portion of Bighorn Lake Wednesday as they continue to search for two men missing after a boat accident over the weekend.

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Woman charged with smoking meth in YMCA daycare makes court appearance

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There is some disagreement between prosecutors and defense attorneys over what seized property can be used as evidence.

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Wounded grizzly bear euthanized near Shelby

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The bear was euthanized because it was not likely to survive the gunshot wound, according to FWP 

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Top stories from today's Montana This Morning

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Top stories from today's Montana This Morning, Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018 - latest local news and headlines from across the world.

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Search underway for hiker missing in Crazy Mountains in Montana

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LIVINGSTON- Searchers are looking for a 39-year-old Michigan man reported missing Monday in the Crazy Mountains near Cave Lake. 

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Obituary: Margie Sue Byers

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Margie Sue Byers passed away from natural causes on May 17, 2018. She moved to Bozeman five years ago to be near her family. Born October 13, 1941, to Orville and Millie Beatty in Denver, Colorado, Margie was the fifth of seven children. She grew up in Colorado and California. Margie had four children and was a certified EMT and licensed cosmetologist. Margie was a voracious reader and loved to get lost in books. She also enjoyed crossword puzzles and her dog, Lulu. She is survived... More>>

Montana attorney general's office gives OK on ballot language for cigarette-tax initiative

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BILLINGS -  Montana Attorney General Tim Fox's office sided Monday with the backers of a ballot measure raising cigarette taxes on the language of the initiative. 

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Judge approves $20 million settlement between Diocese of Great Falls/ Billings and sexual-assault victims

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GREAT FALLS- A federal bankruptcy judge in Montana approved a $20 million settlement between the Diocese of Great Falls/ Billings and survivors of sexual abuse.

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Montana Ag Network: Controlling leafy spurge with sheep on Tippet Rise Ranch

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Noxious weeds are devastating to a healthy landscape. That’s why a ranch in south central Montana is using both art and sheep to promote good land stewardship.

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Chaplains share why their primary focus is helping officers

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BOZEMAN, Mont. - Delivering news that a loved one has died is the most common way the public interacts with the Gallatin County Sheriff’s Office chaplains. 

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Utah dive team to aid in recovery of two men missing after Bighorn Lake boat crash

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A Billings woman was killed and two men remain missing in Bighorn Lake following a boating accident.

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Sen. Daines Pushes for LWCF and Farm Bill

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BELGRADE, Mont. - Senator Daines visited a handful of communities around the state Monday to sit down with community members and local leaders. He announced his support for full funding and permanent reauthorization of the Land Water Conservation Fund. During a live interview with KBZK at MSU Ag Research property Sen. Daines (R - Montana) discussed the current status of the Farm Bill, which he hopes to see signed by the president in the middle of September. "Farmers and ran... More>>

Lululemon opens pop-up shop in downtown Bozeman

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If sales are good at the seasonal store, it could become a permanent Lululemon location in Bozeman

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Sen. Daines on board with bill to permanently re-authorize land fund

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U.S. Sen. Steve Daines, R-Mont., said Monday he’s signing onto a Democrat’s bill to permanently authorize and fully fund the federal Land and Water Conservation Fund. 

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