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Only In ‘Bama: Driver Crashes While Pulling Tooth

According to the Associated Press, a tractor-trailer crashed near Tuscaloosa because the driver lost control while he was pulling one of his teeth.

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Ten Deaths – Hundreds Hospitalized By Flu In Montana [YouTube]

The 2014-2015 flu season has been taking its toll on Montana, as well as the rest of the country.

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Montana Tourism Industry on the Rise – 2015 Looking Good, Predicts Tourism Director

According to a report by the University of Montana, the state of Montana's tourism industry is strong.

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MSU Warns Students of Phone Scam

Montana State University Police issued a warning today about a phone scam targeting MSU students.

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VA Corrects Choice Card Problems With Mineral Regional Health Center [YouTube]

Sometimes, the squeaky wheel really does get the grease.

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Big Sky Resort Is Up To New Tricks

Snow conditions at Big Sky Resort have been great, and all seven terrain parks from beginner to advanced are open. There are new and added elements to Big Sky Resort's terrain parks, which now include over 62 features for skiers and snowboarders to launch their tricks!

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Governor Bullock peers out over the abandoned Romney Gym pool. The old pool now represents the wasted space that could be repurposed for student support facilities. (Picture: Levi Worts)
Governor Bullock peers out over the abandoned Romney Gym pool. The old pool now represents the wasted space that could be repurposed for student support facilities. (Picture: Levi Worts)
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Remodeling Romney?

In the midst of all the new construction happening at Montana State University, Gov. Steve Bullock toured the Romney Gym to meet with students and campus officials about the old building's future. However, the state still has to vote on whether or not they will release the funds to the university. The price tag? $28 million.

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Is Go-Daddy The “Puppy War” Winner

Over the past few days there has been a large controversy over a Go-Daddy television ad created for the Super Bowl.

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Lake County Man Pleads Guilty To Negligent Homicide in Child’s Death {AUDIO]

Galen Hawk, 26, entered a plea of guilty to negligent homicide Wednesday morning in Lake County District Court for the October shooting death of a three year-old boy.

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Bozeman Man Killed in Crash Identified

The identity of a Bozeman man who died in a Monday crash in Gallatin County has been identified.

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