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Wildfire in Deep Creek area west of Missoula

MISSOULA, Mont. -

According to Boyd Hartwig, of the Lolo National Forest, crews with two engines and two helicopter are battling new fire start about 5 miles due south of Frenchtown on private timber land in the Deep Creek area.

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Deputies Catch Theives With Pile of Loot Stolen from Missoula and Bonner Area

After two men attempted to take some stolen copper wire to Missoula’s Pacific Steel recycling center on Tuesday, they ended up getting caught red handed with loot from multiple local crimes.

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Two Federal Court Rulings, Two Different Results: Montana ObamaCare Tax Credits Safe

 

On Tuesday, two federal appeals courts released conflicting rulings hours apart going to the very heart of the federal government's role in Obamacare. Montana Insurance Commissioner Monica Lindeen said she does not believe Montanans receiving tax credits to buy health insurance are in danger of losing them.

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Extreme Gallatin County Weather This Afternoon

Hail and VERY gusty winds are expected in Madison and Gallatin Counties this afternoon.

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Governor Steve Bullock & Attorney General Tim Fox Secure Victory Over Homeland Security’s REAL ID

 

On Tuesday, Governor Bullock and Attorney General Fox announced that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security had backed off of their threat to stop accepting Montana driver’s licenses and identification cards for certain purposes listed under the REAL ID Act.

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Senators Tester & Walsh Take Action (Again) In Light Of U.S. Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby Decision

 

You may remember two weeks ago when Senators Tester and Walsh introduced the Protect Women's Health from Corporate Interference Act to prevent employers from making healthcare decisions for their employees, but a minority of Senators blocked the bill.

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Blackfoot and Clark Fork Rivers Reopened After Semi Crash, Chemical Leak Highly Dilluted

Update 3:45, July 22- A 36 mile section of the Clark Fork and Blackfoot Rivers has been reopened after they were closed due to a nearby chemical spill.

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Frontier Days In Whitehall This Friday & Saturday

This Friday & Saturday head to Whitehall, MT for Frontier Days!

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August 3-9 National Farmers Market Week

 

I guess it's OFFICIAL when Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack declares August 3 through 9, 2014, "National Farmers Market Week". This year marks the 15th Annual National Farmers Market Week

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Gallatin County Search & Rescue Volunteers Rescue Moutain Biker in Leverich Canyon

 

On Sunday shortly after Noon, a 21 year old male crashed his mountain bike in Leverich Canyon south of Bozeman. He was 1 to 2 miles up the trail from the parking area and was able to call 911 using his cell phone.

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