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1450 Exclusive Conversation Senator Jon Tester On His Gun Rights Vote, The VA Backlog And More

In this 1450 Exclusive conversation Senator Jon Tester discusses his his Gun Rights Voting record, the VA backlog and more... Listen to the entire conversation below.

 

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Western Montana High School Student’s Essay Comparing George Washington and Christopher Columbus Makes it to State-Wide Competition

During February each year, the Montana State Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution meet to select the best essays from children across the state for the Christopher Columbus Essay Contest.

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UPDATE – Missing Helena Child Found Safe

The Helena Police Department issued a statement on Sunday, February 16, that a missing seven month-old child, willow Dawn O'Neill was found safe early that morning.

Corporal Buck Herron said that the infant was located at about 3:00 a.m. on Sunday morning, and that she was unharmed. All Herron would say was that the incident is still under investigation.

The baby's father, Joshua O'Neill had taken her without permission on Saturday morning, and a state-wide alert was sent out from the Montana Department of Justice.

 

The Montana Department of Justice has issued a statewide missing and endangered person alert for a missing seven month-old Helena baby.

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Reward Offered in Golden Eagle Shooting Near Pryor

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Federal wildlife officials are offering a $1,000 reward for information on the shooting of a golden eagle on the Crow Indian Reservation in southeastern Montana.

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Montana Board of Regents Must Now Fill Two Vacancies [AUDIO]

After Montana Board of Regents Chair Angela McLean was appointed by Governor Steve Bullock as his new Lieutenant Governor, there were actually two vacancies to be filled.

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Montana Congressman Steve Daines Challenges ‘Imperial Presidency’ [AUDIO]

During his Tuesday night, February 11 conference call with Montana voters, Republican Congressman Steve Daines challenged President Barack Obama on a number of issues.

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One Year Later: Investigators Still Searching for Missing Kalispell Mom, Homicide Suspected

After nearly a full year, Montana authorities are still trying to figure out what happened to Nicole Waller, the 32 year-old mother of three that disappeared on February 14, 2013.

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FIRST Press Release From Senator John Walsh

It's not everyday that your state receives a new US Senator via appointment. And it is in that spirit that I pass along, in whole, Senator John Walsh's FIRST official press release as senator.

But before that, here is the audio of Senator Walsh taking office:

 

 

 

Walsh pledges to protect civil liberties, cut spending, create jobs

Senator, an Iraq veteran, also promises to fight for veterans as he takes oath

John Walsh pledged to protect civil liberties, cut spending and create jobs as he officially became Montana's newest U.S. Senator Tuesday.

Walsh, the former adjutan

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The Tradition Continues: Senator Tester Invites Senator Walsh to ‘Montana Coffee’

Senator Jon Tester, now the senior member of Montana’s congressional delegation, on Tuesday invited fellow U.S. Senator John Walsh to join him at “Montana Coffee.”

Montana Coffee, a tradition started decades ago by former Senator Max Baucus, occurs every Wednesday morning when the Senate is in session

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Yellowstone Planning For Large Bison Slaughter

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Yellowstone National Park administrators say they plan to ship as many as 600 bison to slaughter this winter if harsh conditions inside the park spur a large migration of the animals into Montana.

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