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BOWLING GREEN, OH - MAY 17: A Wal-Mart greeter waits to welcome new customers to the new 2,000 square foot Wal-Mart Supercenter store May 17, 2006 in Bowling Green, Ohio. The new store, one of three new supercenters opening today in Ohio, employs 340 people with 60 percent of those working full-time. (Photo by J.D. Pooley/Getty Images)
BOWLING GREEN, OH - MAY 17: A Wal-Mart greeter waits to welcome new customers to the new 2,000 square foot Wal-Mart Supercenter store May 17, 2006 in Bowling Green, Ohio. The new store, one of three new supercenters opening today in Ohio, employs 340 people with 60 percent of those working full-time. (Photo by J.D. Pooley/Getty Images)
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What You Don’t Know About Walmart

By reducing packaging costs on store brands Walmart will save $2.4 million dollars in shipping costs, 3,800 trees, and a million barrels of oil per year.

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UM Army Grant
photo by Todd Goodrich
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UM Lands Largest Research Award in University History – $45 Million [AUDIO]

The University of Montana has received a $45 million cooperative agreement award from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The five-year research award is the largest in the history of UM.

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OAKLAND, CA - MARCH 20: A sign advertising the new Burger King turkey burger is displayed at the drive thru of a Burger King restaurant on March 20, 2013 in Oakland, California. Burger King debuted a limited release turkey burger in an effort to appeal to health-conscious diners. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
OAKLAND, CA - MARCH 20: A sign advertising the new Burger King turkey burger is displayed at the drive thru of a Burger King restaurant on March 20, 2013 in Oakland, California. Burger King debuted a limited release turkey burger in an effort to appeal to health-conscious diners. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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If The Government Ran A Fast Food Restaurant

Everyone says government should be run more like a business.. But what if main street businesses were run more like the government?

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oil refinery in Billings
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Montana Governor, Attorney General United in Opposition to Federal Fracking Proposals

Both Montana Attorney General Tim Fox and Governor Steve Bullock have written letters to Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell in opposition to recently proposed fracking regulations.

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Wolf in bush
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Environmental Group Releases Book Hoping to Sabotage Wolf Hunts in Rocky Mountain West

A book on how to sabotage wolf hunting has been released by an environmental activist group known as Earth First!. The group is targeting the Rocky Mountain region and Montana in particular. 

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Stone Container
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EPA Nominates Missoula Mill Site for Superfund Status on National Priorities List

The Environmental Protection Agency has recommended that Missoula's former Smurfit-Stone mill site be listed as a priority for Superfund status.

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coal plant
Photo courtesy of Rennett Stowe/Flickr
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Montana Public Service Commission Warns That Environmental Protection Agency Ruling Could Lead to Blackouts

According to Montana's Public Service Commission (PSC), a forthcoming rule change by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) could put Montana in jeopardy.

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river
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Max Baucus Begins Chipping Away at Final Term Agenda

In a speech on Thursday, Max Baucus sounded almost homesick as he spoke of the natural glories of Glacier National Park and the nearby north fork of the Flathead river.

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bison
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Legislature Affirms Bill to Allow Hunting Bison, Limit Bison Relocation

The Montana Legislature is moving ahead with plans to restrict where wild bison can be moved within the state and to decrease the size of herds.

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Eddy Hall Feeds Squirrels In St James Park
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Environment: A Line In The Sand

Today’s Bozeman Daily Chronicle featured a front-page article by Staff Writer Carly Flandro on the topic of watershed and logging roads. Without going into the gory details of the never-ending battle between environmentalists and whatever group wants to, in their eyes, encroach on public land

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