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Torch Run Comes To Bozeman

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BOZEMAN - On Friday afternoon, members of local law enforcement ran to benefit the Special Olympics in the Annual Torch Run.

The Torch Run stopped by Three Forks, Manhattan, Belgrade and Bozeman. Each year, Montana law enforcement officers raise several thousand dollars to help the Special Olympic athletes across our treasure state.    

The run began in Montana in 1985. The Torch Runs has already made numerous stops including Billings, Kalispell and Butte.
   

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