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STANISLAUS NATIONAL FOREST, CA - AUGUST 17:  Giant Sequoias tower over National Park Service (NPS) fire crews as they establish hand line in the Merced and Tuolumne Groves to protect the trees from the Rim Fire on August 17, 2013 near Yosemite National Park, California. The Rim Fire continues to burn out of control and threatens thousands of homes and structures outside of Yosemite National Park.  (Photo by U.S. Forest Service via Getty Images)
STANISLAUS NATIONAL FOREST, CA - AUGUST 17: Giant Sequoias tower over National Park Service (NPS) fire crews as they establish hand line in the Merced and Tuolumne Groves to protect the trees from the Rim Fire on August 17, 2013 near Yosemite National Park, California. The Rim Fire continues to burn out of control and threatens thousands of homes and structures outside of Yosemite National Park. (Photo by U.S. Forest Service via Getty Images)
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Friday Fun Facts About Trees and Plants

Due to our geographical location and altitude we have a very short growing season to certain plants and trees exist in Montana that would not survive in other parts of the country.

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(Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
(Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
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Who Says a Dollar Doesn’t Buy What It Used To?

On the surface it would appear that everything costs more and we’re all making less. And in some cases there’s a valid argument for that. But not all.

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Spencer Platt
Spencer Platt
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Mexico City Considers Renewable Two-Year Marriage Term

Some lawmakers in Mexico City are considering amending marriage laws to allow for an initial two-year marriage term that can be renewed if the couple stays together. If they don’t, they can separate with no official divorce needed.

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Massive Blackout Leaves Parts of the Western US and Mexico in the Dark

Almost six million people in Southern California, Arizona, and Mexico found themselves without power Thursday after something went awry while an employee was carrying out a procedure at an Arizona substation, triggering a massive blackout.

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Mexican Town’s Entire Police Force Quits Following Deadly Attacks [VIDEO]

After less than a year on the job, all 20 members of the police force in the northern Mexican town of Ascension resigned on Thursday.

The move came in response to months of violent exchanges with drug traffickers.

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Marijuana: Soaring High From Mexico To The U.S. [VID]

Infrared surveillance cameras at the Arizona/Mexico border have captured images of Mexican drug smugglers using a nine-foot-tall catapult to hurl 45-pound bags of marijuana over a border wall and into the U.S.

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