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CenturyLink: Rural Telephone Improvements On Track

CenturyLink representatives gave the Montana Public Service Commission an update today on their work to improve inadequate phone service in several...

Sen. Tester Proposes Fix For Veterans Choice Program

Sen. Jon Tester has introduced a proposed fix for the year-old Veterans Choice program. "This is a big deal for veterans. It's a big deal for the VA and...

Missoula Team Heads To International Lego Competition

A team of middle-schoolers is proposing legislation for electronic waste in Montana.

Renewable Energy Groups Launch Campaign To Change Montana Energy Conversation

A couple of renewable energy groups are trying to change the conversation about energy policy in Montana. "The markets we sell electricity to are moving...

MDC Patients Continue Transition To Community-Based Care

More Montanans with developmental disabilities will be moving into community-based care under a plan approved today in Boulder.

Montana Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Krakauer Student Records Case

The Montana University System challenged bestselling author Jon Krakauer in a state Supreme Court hearing Wednesday. In 2015, Krakauer released the book...

Krakauer Case Tests Balance Between Privacy, Right To Know

The Montana Supreme Court is in Bozeman Wednesday, hearing oral arguments in a case between an investigative journalist and the State of Montana. Jon...

Feds Dismiss Tongue River Railroad Permit

The federal government has dismissed the permit for the controversial Tongue River Railroad. That's the $400-million-dollar project that would have...

Pain Helped Him Pull The Trigger

When Bob Mason decided to end his life with a self-inflicted gunshot, his pain helped him pull the trigger. Mason died in January. He was 67 years old....

Celebrate Islam Week Aims To 'Put A Face' To The Missoula Muslim Community

Starting today "Celebrate Islam Week" will share the traditions and culture of the Muslim faith in Missoula.

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