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Exchange families and students

Host families needed for exchange program

Students from all over the world are coming to Montana as part of a high school exchange program. The program is run by a program called International…

Ravalli Co's open burning restrictions to remain in effect

Ravalli Co. open-burning restrictions to remain in effect

Despite recent rains, county commissioners took the advice of the fire warden and kept restrictions at status quo.

Construction on Third Street continues despite hiccup

Construction on 3rd St. continues without delay despite setback

Construction stretches from the intersection Russell and Third to east of Curtis Street.

Hamilton approves budget, property taxes going up

Hamilton approves budget, property taxes going up

After decreasing taxes the past two years, the city said it needs to make up revenue for pressing infrastructure projects, and other expenses.

Rep. Daines tours Gallatin Gateway business

Daines tours Gallatin Gateway business

Rep. Steve Daines toured Montana Reclaimed Lumber in Gallatin Gateway, south of Bozeman.

Government will honor land buy-back program

Government will honor land buy-back program

There’s a new pledge from the Federal Government to tribes around the country. The issue -- an almost $2 billion land buy-back program, which is part of the…

MSU holds 14th annual Move-In day for new incoming students

MSU holds 14th annual Move-In Day for new students

Montana State University welcomed new freshman students during its official campus move-in on Wednesday.

Powell County locals want to see more officers on streets

Powell Co. residents want to see more officers on streets

Residents told us they aren't too happy about the recent layoffs in the Powell County Sheriff's Department.

Missoula's sobriety program considers elements of 24/7 program

In 2011, Missoula Correctional Services and the Missoula County Sheriff's Office said no way to the cost of the 24/7 Sobriety Program. Instead, Missoula came…

Former Powell County deputy is write in sheriff candidate

Former Powell Co. deputy is write-in sheriff candidate

New developments in Powell County, where a deputy, let go after budget cuts, plans to run for sheriff against the man who laid him off.

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