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- 2 Daines ignores aggressive attacks from Curtis in first debate
- 3 ZooMontana investigating report of child bitten by wolf; animals quarantined
- 4 Former Montana governor featured in Playboy Magazine
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The battle over how much American shoppers should know about their meat is heating up with pro-food-labeling groups passing their hats for legal fees.
The arrival of high-speed broadband access to the Internet is having the same effect on rural America as the arrival of electricity and telephone service: It is transformational.
HELENA — An Eastern Montana man turned his associate's degree from Miles Community College into a bachelor's degree and founded a Washington, D.C., communications and lobbying business. And he's still able to run his ranch in Rosebud County.