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Man faces DUI charge after trying to tie truck to road post

A Logan man faces a felony DUI charge after allegedly driving into a ditch on Frontage Road between Manhattan and Logan.

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Students to see new SAT tests in 2016

In 2016, high school students will experience an overhauled SAT test, with new types of questions and some major changes.
 
The SAT is a college entrance exam…

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Lowell School Health Center holds open house

The Lowell School Health Center in Missoula held an open house on Friday to give tours of the facility and spread the word about its services.

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Whitefish man discusses experiences on Mount Everest

An avalanche buried and killed at least 13 people, with more injured and missing. It's the deadliest recorded accident on Mount Everest.

Victor rabbit farm a celebration of Easter

Victor rabbit farm a celebration of Easter

Katie Freeman's rabbit barn is home to 8 brand new litters, uust in time for Easter.

Belgrade to hold meeting in hopes of passing school mill levies

The Belgrade School District will soon hold a public meeting to talk about its proposed mill levy that's on the May election ballot.

Butte-Silver Bow police turn over counterfeit money case to Secret Service

Butte police turn over counterfeit money case to Secret Service

Butte police tell NBC Montana the Secret Service in Missoula is taking over the investigation of counterfeit money circulating through the Mining City.

Three Deerlodge residents accused of changing casino payout reciept dollar amounts

3 Deer Lodge residents accused of changing casino reciept amounts

Three Deer Lodge residents are accused of stealing over $2,000 from Anaconda casinos by changing the dollar amounts of the payout receipts.

Photograph Montana contest honors legendary Hamilton photographer

Photograph Montana contest honors legendary Hamilton photographer

The late Ernst Peterson photographed Montana history in pictures. The Ravalli County Museum hosts a photography contest in his memory.

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New technology helps Montana businesses thrive

A University of Montana professor says Montana is in the midst of an entrepreneurial and technological renaissance that's creating jobs and saving money.

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