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Holiday Children’s Book Drive Now on in Bozeman

Local non-profit Hopa Mountain and Country Bookshelf have teamed up to host a Holiday Children's Book Drive, now through December 22. Give children the gift of reading and adventure this holiday season!

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WESTPORT, CT - SEPTEMBER 18: A man drives his antique car during an auto show of rare and luxury vehicles on September 18, 2011 in Westport, Connecticut. Despite some of the poorest cities in the country, Connecticut has the third highest average median income at $64,644 in America. Nationally the Census data shows that the numbers of the poor have risen to a record 46.2 million -- amounting to nearly 1 in 6 Americans. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images).
WESTPORT, CT - SEPTEMBER 18: A man drives his antique car during an auto show of rare and luxury vehicles on September 18, 2011 in Westport, Connecticut. Despite some of the poorest cities in the country, Connecticut has the third highest average median income at $64,644 in America. Nationally the Census data shows that the numbers of the poor have risen to a record 46.2 million -- amounting to nearly 1 in 6 Americans. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images).
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Job Creation: Thank The Rich

With unemployment numbers going down each month there is still a valid concern among American workers about where the jobs are and who actually creates them.

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Janelle Pflager Changes Testimony on Stand – Denies She Heard Dede Call Out Before Being Shot [YouTube]

In a dramatic turn of events on Friday, Janelle Pflager, testifying in the murder trial of her partner and father of her son, Markus Kaarma, denied words she had spoken to a police officer regarding what she heard in the garage moments before the fatal shot was fired that killed Diren Dede,

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Kaarma Trial Begins Today in Missoula

The Missoula County Attorney's Office opens its case today against Markus Kaarma, the Missoula man accused in the shooting death of a 17 year-old German exchange student who was inside his darkened garage.

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St. Patrick Hospital Left Off Latest List of CDC Ebola Treatment Centers [DOCUMENT]

St. Patrick Hospital has been left off the latest list of CDC Ebola Treatment Centers, released by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on Tuesday, December 2. 

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Tester – Walsh – Daines Announce Montana Lands Bill Agreement [AUDIO]

In a joint press conference on Wednesday, Senators Jon Tester, John Walsh and Senator-elect Steve Daines announced a landmark legislative package that includes eight Montana-based lands and resources bills.

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Is Morbid Holiday Shopping Your Thing, Here Is The Place For You!

I receive a bunch of strange interview pitches. Here's one I'll pass on but the information is nearly priceless.

During this holiday shopping season, where is the most morbid place to shop?

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Outside Magazine Names Big Sky Resort One of the Funnest Places to Ski

Well, well, well... what do ya know... Outside Magazine lets the cat out of the bag, telling the rest of the world what we already know; Big Sky Resort is a fun place to ski!  Citing Shady Chute and Tango Trees as runs not to be missed, Outside Magazine included Big Sky on its recent list of top five places for the best terrain in North America. 

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German Journalist Covering Kaarma Trial Questions Montana’s ‘Gun Culture’ [YouTube]

Interest in the Markus Kaarma murder trial in Missoula reaches far past the borders of Missoula, Montana and the United States.

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Markus Kaarma Murder Trial Begins Monday With Jury Selection [YouTube]

The deliberate homicide trial of Markus Kaarma is set to begin Monday morning, December 1, in Missoula District Court.

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