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Guest opinion: Let's protect treasures in Montana's 55 state parks

Guest opinion: Let's protect treasures in Montana's 55 state parks

Montana State Parks celebrates its 75th anniversary this year.

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Gazette opinion: Montana succeeds in covering needy kids

Gazette opinion: Montana succeeds in covering needy kids

To fully appreciate what Healthy Montana Kids has accomplished, remember the way things used to be:

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Ex-Griz star to assist at Rocky

Torry Hill, who wrapped up a stellar four-year basketball career as a guard at Montana last season, will be assisting with the women’s program at Rocky Mountain College in the fall.

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UM sets fundraising record with $53.7 million

MISSOULA — The University of Montana received a record $53.7 million in private donations in fiscal year 2014.

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UM bests fundraising record, raises $53.7M in fiscal 2014

UM bests fundraising record, raises $53.7M in fiscal 2014

MISSOULA — The University of Montana closed its 2014 fiscal year with a bang, shattering its old fundraising record by more than $16 million while improving its ability to recruit students with additional money for scholarships.

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UM student, Marine works to protect antiquities from wartime looting

UM student, Marine works to protect antiquities from wartime looting

MISSOULA — In early 2003, Capt. Thomas Livoti joined the U.S. invasion of Iraq as a member of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force. The platoon commander had earned a bachelor’s degree in archaeology from the University of Montana, though his knowledge of Mesopotamia was limited.

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Economist: Rapid changes in health care mean jobs for Billings

Economist: Rapid changes in health care mean jobs for Billings

Expanding Medicaid rolls would likely create thousands of jobs in the Billings area, but would also cost taxpayers millions, a University of Montana health care economist said in Billings Thursday.

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Zombies sought for Montana film, picnic included

Zombies sought for Montana film, picnic included

MISSOULA — After all of the terrifying, exciting and romantic movies about the undead creatures, Montana will have zombie flick filmed right in our own backyard.

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UM law professor, draftsman of Montana Criminal Code, Crowley dies

UM law professor, draftsman of Montana Criminal Code, Crowley dies

MISSOULA — They showed up at the University of Montana’s School of Law in the mid-1960s. The two newly hired professors became fast friends, a relationship they would maintain for all of time, or as long as a man can know it.

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From the Editor: Maybe you didn't think about this Montana industry as an export

One of the most important Made in Montana exports doesn’t involve loading commodities on trains, jumbo jets or pipelines. In fact, this product is consumed without ever leaving the state.

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Appeals court: Former UM quarterback's drug sentence was too lenient

MISSOULA — Contending it was too lenient, a panel of appellate judges has vacated the prison sentence of former University of Montana quarterback Jason Washington, who was sentenced to two years in federal prison last year for growing and selling marijuana.

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UM dean retiring after 26-year career, School of Pharmacy turnaround

UM dean retiring after 26-year career, School of Pharmacy turnaround

With his boxes packed and a picture of his golden retriever on the computer screen, David Forbes is already dreaming of life’s next chapter, one that will allow time for golf and a trip to Europe with an uncertain return date.

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Dave Forbes

Dave Forbes

David Forbes, dean of the University of Montana’s College of Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences, will retire at the end of this month after a 26-year career. Forbes helped bring the School of Pharmacy out of published probation to become a top-ranked program, and helped create other …

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UM to begin work on construction projects shortly after McCartney concert in August

UM to begin work on construction projects shortly after McCartney concert in August

MISSOULA — Work on several University of Montana building projects is set to begin this summer, but not until the Paul McCartney concert wraps up in August.

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Acharya exits with 75 at U.S. Women’s Open

Jasi Acharya exited the U.S. Women’s Open on Friday morning with a solid second-round performance.

June 20, 2014 5:00 pm
Acharya enjoying all that Open has to offer

Acharya enjoying all that Open has to offer

Jasi Acharya said “you can get spoiled really quickly here” at the 69th U.S. Women’s Open.

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UM's Cate named Big Sky's greatest female athlete

UM's Cate named Big Sky's greatest female athlete

OGDEN, Utah -- The Big Sky Conference has named former Billings Central and University of Montana standout Shannon Cate as its greatest female athlete.

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17 to vie for Miss Montana in Glendive this week

17 to vie for Miss Montana in Glendive this week

The Miss Montana pageant marks 10 years in Glendive this week. 

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Travis DeCuire

Travis DeCuire

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Travis DeCuire

Travis DeCuire

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