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The End Of Citizen’s United? Senate Takes First Step

Senators Tester and Walsh voted to move toward stopping the unregulated flow of corporate funds to political candidates.

The measure would overturn the Citizen’s United decision and create more accountability in political campaigns by allowing federal and state governments to pass laws to curtail large corporate campaign donations.

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The 22nd Annual West Yellowstone Foundation Happening This Saturday

 

The 22nd Annual West Yellowstone Foundation Happening—Kick Up Your Heels-- will be held on Saturday, September 13, beginning at 5 pm at the historic Union Pacific Dining Lodge in West Yellowstone.

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HungerU Tour Arrives At MSU Thursday

 

Montana State University students will soon have the opportunity to learn about one of the most pressing global challenges their generation will be charged with solving—world hunger. Hunger and malnutrition are responsible for more deaths worldwide than any other cause.

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Gallatin Valley Land Trust Launches Trail Blazing Speaker Series

 

October 2nd, October 9th and October 23rd

GVLT is partnering with the Wilderness Society to bring you a 3-part speaker series to encourage a collaborative discussion about community trails.

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Bozeman Artist Ben Pease Sells Limited Edition Prints for First Crow Agency Purchase


 

Bozeman artist and Crow Tribal member Ben Pease is selling a limited edition print run of his mixed media painting Sits in the Middle of the Land with a portion of the proceeds going toward the purchase of the historical site of Fort Parker

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Fire Districts in Gallatin County Allowing Open Burning

 

Fire districts in Gallatin County are once again allowing open burning. Fire officials agree it is an appropriate step to re-open controlled burning considering the recent rain, cooler weather, and shorter days.

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Missing Missoula Man Found Dead in Blodgett Canyon

Ravalli County Sheriff/Coroner Chris Hoffman reports that Ryan Silsby, the 25 year old Missoula resident who has been missing since August 17th, has been located and is deceased.

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Montana Cancer Center at St. Patrick Hospital Receives Award For Innovative Treatment [YouTube]

The Montana Cancer Center at Missoula's St. Patrick Hospital received the SAVI excellence award on Wednesday morning.

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Museum Of The Rockies Announces Two New Art Exhibits

 

Museum of the Rockies at Montana State University is pleased to announce the opening of two new exhibits on Saturday, September 20, 2014, by world-recognized artists Clyde Butcher and Lynda Lanker.

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8th Annual Cardboard Box City Friday, October 3 Bogert Park

 

On Friday, October 3, 2014, Family Promise of Gallatin Valley will host the 8th annual Cardboard Box City in Bogert Park. This community education event is a great opportunity for kids and families to help build awareness and raise funds for homeless families in our community.

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