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Bernard “Barney” D. Meyers
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Montana Aging Faster than United States, Centenarians Celebrated This Week

Tomorrow, May 6, in Kalispell, the 46th annual Governor’s Conference on Aging will meet to celebrate the lives of Montana centenarians and discuss issues relevant to an aging population. Montana aging services Bureau chief Charlie Rehbein says Montana is getting old fast.

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CMT Presents Ron White Comedy Saltue To The Troops
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Comedian Jake Johannsen Comes To The Ellen May 17th [VIDEO]

Jake Johannsen, a self-confessed raconteur of weird stories, it’s no wonder that Jake is one of David Letterman’s favorite comics.

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(Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
(Photo by Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)
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Gallatin Valley Food Bank Needs Your Help

 

 

Jill Holder, Operations Manager, of the Gallatin Valley Food Bank visited the Morning Show on Monday to remind us all of 'Stamp Out Hunger' happening Saturday May 10th.

How can you help........pl

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Candlelight Vigil for Slain German Exchange Student [VIDEO]

Over a hundred friends of slain German exchange student Diren Dede gathered on the soccer field at Fort Missoula Friday night.

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Montana Attorney General Fox Delivers Closing Arguments in Wyoming Water Trial [AUDIO]

On Thursday, May 1, Montana Attorney General Tim Fox presented the state’s closing arguments in the Montana v.Wyoming water trial. 

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Diren Dede
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UPDATE – Father of Slain Exchange Student Leaves Montana

UPDATE - Thursday, May 1 4:00 p.m.

The father of a slain 17-year-old exchange student has departed Montana after arranging for his son's body to be flown back to Germany.

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Photo courtesy of String/Getty Images
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Tick Season Warning Issued by Montana DPHHS

It's spring, and that means a host of hard-bodied, blood sucking arachnids will be trying to make a meal out of Montana hikers. Tick season has arrived.

"As the temperatures begin to get warmer in Montana, the ticks start to come out," said Montana Department of Health and Human Services Epidemiologist Joel Merriman

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Update – Extra Police Patrols Available for Homicide Suspect After Death Threats [AUDIO]

UPDATE - Wednesday, April 30, 12:00 noon

After deliberate homicide suspect Markus Kaarma and his family had received death threats following his release from jail on Monday afternoon, his attorney, Paul Ryan discussed the possibility of security at the Kaarma home. 

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Internet Explorer Vulnerable to Cyber Attack – Experts Warn Not to Use [AUDIO]

Due to a flaw in Internet Explorer, computer experts are warning not to use that particular browser until the flaw can be fixed.

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Bozeman Mayor Jeff Krauss Shares His Thoughts On The NDO On The Morning Show [AUDIO]

 

Monday's City Commission in Bozeman hosted a few hundred people to discuss a a proposed ordinance to protecting gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people against discrimination in the workplace, housing and public accommodations.

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