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LIFESTYLE Billings bicycle commuters don't let a little snow, cold slow them down By Brett French (Source: Billings Gazette ) Read More
MONTANA Bozeman Police Chief announces details, officers responsible for fugitive's escape 2 officers were named and described as "bearing significant responsibility" for the February 1st escape of Kevin Briggs from the Law & Justice Center. (Source: The Bozeman Magpie) Read More
BUSINESS Report: National parks brought 4M visitors and $400M to Montana in 2012 By Vince Devlin (Source: Billings Gazette ) Read More
HEALTH Montana is the national capital for colds 8 percent of Montana respondents reported having a cold on an any given day last year. (Source: KMBZ) Read More
MONTANA Residents asked to leave Missoula avalanche area The Missoula Fire Chief says that the slope above the homes has "completely reloaded" and could slide again at any time. (Source: KPAX) Read More
MONTANA Montana native, MSU alum donates $50M to MSU College of Engineering (Way to go, Norm Asbjornson, the proud son of Winifred, Montana!) (Source: MSU News Service) Read More
ALTERNATIVE Campus rape and the rise of the academic industrial complex It's regrettable that University Hall in Missoula has become the architectural face of the nation's campus rape crisis. (Source: Truth-out) Read More
MONTANA Corette power plant shuts down after asbestos leak Workers were sent home on Tuesday after a steam tube failed, and the plant will be offline until environmental contractors can remediate the damage to adjacent asbestos insulation. (Source: The Billings Gazette ) Read More
ENVIRONMENT UM study indicates cropland absorbs less carbon pollution Laura Lundquist has quickly become the state's best environmental reporter. (Source: Bozeman Daily Chronicle) Read More
LIFESTYLE The Food Issue: The Flathead Valley's extensive suite of dining options Compiled by the Beacon staff. (Source: The Flathead Beacon) Read More
MONTANA Judge Baugh asks Montana Supreme Court for punishment After drawing international ire for saying a 14-year-old rape victim appeared older than her chronological age, Judge G. Todd Baugh waived formal proceedings and asked the state Supreme Court to decide his punishment. (Source: NBC Montana) Read More
ALTERNATIVE Helena woman fired for being eight months pregnant, files lawsuit "Shaela Evenson, in her 8th month of pregnancy, was fired from her job as a Catholic middle school teacher for being an unwed pregnant woman." (Source: Montana Cowgirl (blog)) Read More
MONTANA Farm Bill spending pits Yellowstone bison against Montana beef As many as 600 bison from Yellowstone National Park will be sent to slaughterhouses to ostensibly protect cattle from brucellosis. (Source: Al jazeera America) Read More
BUSINESS 8.7-million-pound beef recall hits Montana, Wyoming Nearly 1,000 markets—including Wal-Mart and Smith's—have been impacted and are pulling hamburger, hot dogs, and other meat products from their shelves. By Tom Lutey (Source: The Billings Gazette ) Read More
MONTANA MSU copes with $3.5 million in budget cuts from research MSU administrators are working hard to downplay the problem, but the budget shortfall is prompting them to dip into the university's general fund. (Source: Bozeman Daily Chronicle) Read More
TECH Code Montana exceeds yearly goal, sets new goal "There really were no statewide programs to help Montana high school students learn how to do computer programming," said Code Montana co-founder Greg Gianforte. "Code Montana was the first one. So we hit the goal in 5 months, thinking it would take a year. We've set a new goal of 5,000 students in the program by the spring of 2015." (Source: NBC Montana) Read More
REGION Recreationists caught in avalanches across Montana, region. Weekend avalanche incidents were reported from British Columbia to Colorado. (Source: The Missoulian) Read More
SUSTAINABILITY I admit it: I'm an environmental hypocrite Wayne Hare writes: "Yup, I hang my clothes to dry … right after I burn fossil fuels running my clothes washer to get them clean." (Source: High Country News) Read More
MONTANA Canadian skier dies in accident at Whitefish Mountain Resort It was the second death involving tree wells at the resort this season. (Source: Flathead Beacon) Read More
MONTANA At least 5 injured by turbulence on Denver-to-Billings flight Three from the crew and two passengers were injured on a United Airlines flight that landed in Billings, Mont., on Monday. (Source: The Detroit News) Read More
NATION U.S. House approves clean debt-ceiling bill, advances it to Senate In a narrow 221-201 vote, the House approved a year-long suspension of the nation’s debt limit Tuesday, as 28 House Republicans were not willing to risk the political fallout from another government shutdown. (Source: Washington Post) Read More
MONTANA Bankruptcy filing: Helena Diocese's liabilities are twice its assets The Roman Catholic Diocese of Helena has liabilities of $33.6 million. By Charles S. Johnson (Source: Helena Independent Record) Read More
NATURE Group gathering signatures for anti-trapping initiative For the initiative to end up on November ballots, the group will need to gather 24,175 signatures by the end of May. (Source: The Missoulian) Read More
MONTANA Wind and Snow Advisories cover western Montana By meteorologist Brooke Foster (Source: NBC Montana) Read More
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