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Enzi hopeful trade of products, ideas will move Cuba forward

Enzi hopeful trade of products, ideas will move Cuba forward

CASPER, Wyo. — U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi, a longtime advocate for changing U.S. policy toward Cuba, believes that efforts to restore diplomatic ties will improve civil society and human rights in the Caribbean nation.

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North Dakota officials eager to expand trade with Cuba

North Dakota officials eager to expand trade with Cuba

BISMARCK, N.D. — Officials from North Dakota are applauding the Obama administration's move to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba.

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Montana Cuban-Americans overjoyed that U.S. will resume relations with Cuba

Montana Cuban-Americans overjoyed that U.S. will resume relations with Cuba

Miriam Avery drives a black Cadillac CTS-V with a license plate that reads “Cubana” and another vehicle with a license plate that reads “Havana1.”

December 17, 2014 7:00 pm Photos

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Cuban American Tony Uceda

Cuban American Tony Uceda

Cuban American Tony Uceda of Ashland talks about the thaw in relations between Cuba and the U.S. Uceda was at the Crowne Plaza in Billings on Wednesday.

December 17, 2014 6:01 pmLoading…
Normalized relations with Cuba could be a plus for Montana farmers

Normalized relations with Cuba could be a plus for Montana farmers

Montana farmers were watching closely as President Barack Obama announced plans Wednesday to normalize diplomatic relations with Cuba.

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After trip to Cuba, Tester says it's time to close Guantanamo

After trip to Cuba, Tester says it's time to close Guantanamo

With an annual cost of roughly $2 million per detainee, the 13-year-old Guantanamo Bay Detention Center needs to be closed, U.S. Sen. Jon Tester, D-Mont, said Monday.

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Agriculture, trade are hallmarks of Baucus' tenure

Agriculture, trade are hallmarks of Baucus' tenure

Max Baucus has plowed through a lot of legislation in his 36 years in the U.S. Senate, but perhaps no legislation more significant than that on agriculture and trade, observers say.

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Guest opinion: Many Cubans still going nowhere despite policy change

HAVANA — Starting in January, Cubans will no longer need an exit permit to leave the country. The move, announced Oct. 16, marks a significant shift in government policy.

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Dan Austin, of Austin-Lehman Travel Adventures

Dan Austin, of Austin-Lehman Travel Adventures

Dan Austin, director of Austin-Lehman Travel Adventures, has partnered with an ecotourism company and is offering more trips in Africa.

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Tobacco-drying barn

Tobacco-drying barn

Tobacco leaves dry in a barn in the Vinales Valley, a tobacco-growing region northwest of Havana.

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Cuban guide in national park

Cuban guide in national park

A Cuban guide talks about the medicinal plants of the forest during a tour of a national park.

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4 Street in Havana, Cuba

4 Street in Havana, Cuba

The RMC group took a walking tour of Old Havana to view Spanish colonial-era architecture.

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The Vinales Valley

The Vinales Valley

The Vinales Valley, a tobacco-growing region in Cuba, has limestone formations and caves. The group from the Rocky Mountain College course took a day trip to the area.

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Complimentary blue cocktail with meal

Complimentary blue cocktail with meal

Alice O’Reilly enjoys a meal that included a complimentary Gregorio, a blue cocktail named after Gregorio Fuentes, the captain of Ernest Hemingway’s fishing boat, the Pilar. The drink is made with rum and curacao liqueur.

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Guajimico Resort, Cuba

Guajimico Resort, Cuba

Guajimico Resort, Cuba.

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Ernest Hemingway's Havana house

Ernest Hemingway's Havana house

Author Ernest Hemingway’s house in Havana is now a museum. Lookout Farm was Hemingway’s home for more than 20 years. The Rocky Mountain College class learned about Hemingway’s time in Cuba from Valerie Hemingway, the author’s daughter-in-law who lives in Bozeman. Valerie Hemingway was Heming…

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Taxi transports family

Taxi transports family

A tour bus passes a Cuban taxi transporting a family.

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Vendor going to farmers' market

Vendor going to farmers' market

A Cuban vendor is off to a farmers’ market with a bicycle cart flled with lettuce and tomatoes.

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Cubans waiting for calls, remittances

Cubans waiting for calls, remittances

Cubans line up to receive phone calls and remittances from abroad. Many Cubans depend on money from family outside of the country to get by.

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Taxi driver in Cuba

Taxi driver in Cuba

A Cuban taxi driver takes a break.

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