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Less Than One Acre Burns In Lick Creek Wildfire

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Another wildfire reported Tuesday in Montana, this time in Hyalite Canyon.
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U.S. Health Dept Announces Skin Cancer Rising

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Today the U.S. Department of Health sends the word that skin cancer, the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the U.S., is on the rise.
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Montana State Prison Receives Accreditation for the Second Time

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For the second time in Montana state prison's history the infirmary is being recognized as an accredited health care facility. More>>

Smokejumpers to Tackle Fire Burning in Hyalite Canyon Near Lick Creek

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Eight smokejumpers are en route to tackle a wildfire that was spotted in Hyalite Canyon south of Bozeman on Tuesday afternoon. More>>

Saving the Yellowstone Cuttrout Trout Population

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The cutthroat trout is an iconic fresh water fish in Yellowstone Lake. The population that once hovered around 4 million has been diminishing drastically over recent years as the number of lake trout increases.
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Commissioners Pass Bond Decision On To Voters

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After a lengthy discussion, Bozeman's mayor walks out of the city commission meeting.
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Big Hole River Sees Temporary Closure

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The Big Hole River will be closed from 8 a.m. on Wednesday through midnight on Thursday, July 31.

 

 

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National Gay Blood Drive Draws in Locals

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The need for blood donations is growing and volunteers for the National Gay Blood Drive rolled up their sleeves to help at a blood drive at the Bozeman Public Library earlier today.
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Father Burke Passes Away

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The Catholic community in Butte copes with the loss of a well-respected priest. The Butte community lost a very important religious figure last night. Father Burke passed away. More>>

EK Days Wrap Up

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The motorcycles and dare devils have left town and butte has another Evel Knievel days down in the books.The numbers are in and organizers of the festival say opening day set a record for attendance.
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Compromise Reached on VA Reform Bill

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Montana's senior Senator is praising lawmakers for setting aside political games, so veterans can get the care they earned. Senator Jon Tester made the statement on Monday afternoon, following the compromise reached by both Senate and House of Representative leaders on a Veterans Affairs reform bill.

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Small wildfires keep Montana firefighters busy

By The Associated Press Firefighters attacked and monitored several wildfires around Montana over the weekend. More>>

Unclaimed Remains of 7 Veterans Being Properly Buried

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The unclaimed remains of 7 veterans will be in their final resting place come tomorrow. To locate, identify and to inter, that is the goal of the Missing in America Project that rolled into Bozeman today.
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Montana Experiences Bike Boom

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Bicycle tourism is booming--bringing in hundreds of millions of dollars each year to all corners of the state. More>>

Blood Donation Centers Need Donors

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The Red Cross and other blood donation organizations ask people to roll up their sleeves and donate blood to help eliminate a blood shortage crisis.Blood donation centers like the Red Cross and United Blood Services are seeing a lower percentage of blood donors.
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Day Two of Evel Knievel Days

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An exhaust filled air, loud engines, a mass of people and good weather sums up the second day of the Evel Knievel Days festival so far. More>>

Missing in America Project Coming to Bozeman

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A national movement known as the Missing in America Project is coming to Bozeman to pick up the unclaimed remains of seven veterans and bring them to their final resting place in Yellowstone National Cemetery in Billings. More>>

U.S. Army War College to Review Walsh's Work

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Senator John Walsh admitted to unintentionally plagiarizing a portion of his final thesis paper for the United States Army War College back in 2007. Now, the question is turning to the status of his master's degree.

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Update: Bozeman Closes on Property for Sports Complex

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Thursday, the city closed on the purchase of 80 acres of property where the new $7.5 million complex will reside. More>>

E-K Days Brings Back Extreme Daredevil Stunts

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This time around Evel Knievel Days is bringing back the extreme daredevil element to the festival. With a new board putting on this year's E-K Days festival, organizers say they decided to add more than just the typical stunts you see at the event. More>>

Evel Knievel Days Begins Video included

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The 13th annual Evel Knievel Days festival is in full swing in the daredevil's home town of Butte.The sound of motorcycles filled the air in true Evel Knievel fashion as festivities kicked off at noon Thursday.
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What Are The Hot Spots Yellowstone National Park Has to Offer?

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Yellowstone National Park is a staple in the United States and has many hidden gems within the park. Some spots, however, are a little more popular than others.
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Sen. Walsh Responds to Plagiarism Accusations

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Senator John Walsh is under fire on Wednesday following an article printed in the New York Times that accuses him of plagiarism. on
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    Testing software provider ExamSoft Worldwide Inc. says a processing issue has caused a delay for some bar exam takers in multiple states in submitting their answers.
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    Racing against time, members of a Japanese organization are combing a New York military museum's World War II records for information they hope will lead to the graves of American servicemen still listed as...
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    After a dismal winter, the U.S. economy sprang back to life in the April-June quarter, growing at a fast 4 percent annual rate on the strength of higher consumer and business spending.
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  • Strike on crowded Gaza area kills 16, wounds 150

    Strike on crowded Gaza area kills 16, wounds 150

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    A Palestinian health official says 13 people were killed after tank shells hit a U.N. school in Gaza where hundreds of Palestinians had taken refuge from Israeli attacks.
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    British police have charged two former senior journalists at the now-defunct News of the World tabloid with conspiring to hack phones.
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