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This Montana Location is the “Best Place to Work” in the U.S.

"Place to work" is a broad category encompassing everything from Google and Microsoft, to candy factories and National Parks, yet somehow, a little Montana workspace managed to take the number one spot in this year's Outside Magazine rankings.

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Cops Look For Public’s Help -Montana Headlines [YouTube]

Missoula police and sheriff's personnel are looking for the public's help in finding suspects wanted for theft..while another theft case has been solved, but help is needed returning stolen items to their rightful owners.

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Former President Jimmy Carter to Speak in Missoula This Month

Jimmy Carter, one of America’s five living presidents is scheduled to speak in Missoula this month.

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Missoula Doctor Describes Ebola – Montana Headlines [YouTube]

A Missoula doctor who just returned from West Africa describes the symptoms and mortality rates of Ebola..

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House Candidates Debate – Montana Headlines

U.S. House candidates Ryan Zinke and John Lewis squared off in Billings for their second debate..

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Wolves Back on the Endangered Species List? Not For Montana Says Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation

A recent decision by a federal court has put Wyoming Wolves back under the federal protection of the Endangered Species list.

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Apartment Fire Injures Resident – Montana Headlines [YouTube]

One person was injured and over $75,000 in damage reported from an early Sunday morning apartment fire in Missoula...

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Man Falls to Death From Palace Hotel – News Headlines [YouTube]

35 year-old man falls to his death in downtown, Missoula.

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District Judge Orders Commissioner of Higher Education to Release Redacted Records Sought by Author [AUdio]

A judge has ordered the State Commissioner of Higher Education, Clayton Christian, to release any records relating to a University of Montana student accused of sexual assault in 2012, to author Jon Krakauer. 

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Steve Daines Challenges Forest Service Proposal to Charge for Photographs on Public Lands

The U.S. Forest Service is currently asking for public comment on whether or not it should require "special use permits related to still photography and commercial filming in congressionally designated wilderness areas."  Montana Congressman Steve Daines says the plan threatens the First Amendment rights of U.S. citizens.

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