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HELENA — An Oregon timber company has agreed to pay $130,925 to a wood stove replacement program under a settlement that resolves air pollution violations alleged by Montana regulators.
MISSOULA - A particleboard and laminating plant in Missoula plans to lay off about 20 employees within the next month due to reduced demand for its products.