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Montana High School Test Info

Click here to learn more information about the new HiSET testing program that Montana students will soon be seeing.

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1 hour 57 minutes ago

New bike station debuts in Missoula

MISSOULA - Riding a bike to class just got a lot easier for University of Montana students. Mountain Line and ASUM Transportation unveiled the first "fix it" bike station outside of the Dennison Theater on campus on Tuesday. The bike station offers a bike-stand, tools, a vending machine, and... Read Story

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2 hours 18 minutes ago

Four more counties sign on to open Primary lawsuit

HELENA - Four more county Republican parties are signing onto the lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of Montana's "open" Primary election system. The lawsuit was filed in early September in U.S. District Court against Secretary of State Linda McCulloch and Ravalli County Election Administrator Regina Plettenberg by the Ravalli County... Read Story

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3 hours 26 minutes ago

Montana groups addressing student debt

BOZEMAN - The average student loan debt in Montana is a whopping $27,000. Now two statewide non-partisan, non-profits are hoping to change that. Forward Montana Foundation and the Montana Organizing Project held an event Tuesday at Montana State University to ask elected leaders to address the consequences of student... Read Story

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5 hours 26 minutes ago

5 Enterovirus cases confirmed in Montana

BILLINGS - There are now five confirmed cases of Enterovirus cases here in Montana - with two of them coming out of Yellowstone County. The other cases are reported from Musselshell, Cascade and Jefferson counties. The D-68 strain of has sent all victims to the hospital - hitting children... Read Story

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19 hours 45 minutes ago

Ex-con with a gun rode elevator with Obama

A security contractor convicted thrice for charges of assault and battery was allowed on an elevator with President Obama earlier this month, CBS News has confirmed - adding another tally mark to a score of headaches that have recently besieged the United States Secret Service. The Washington Post reports... Read Story

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19 hours 51 minutes ago

FCC throws out NFL blackout rule

NEW YORK - The FCC just sacked the NFL's blackout policy. After a unanimous 5-0 vote Tuesday, the FCC ended a 40-year-old ruling that blacked out NFL games in local broadcast areas. Under the ruling, games could not be shown on TV in the NFL team's local market... Read Story

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