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Montana's fastest way to get up to speed, here we present news articles and dynamic features from an unlimited array of media sources—all free,  CHECK IN DAILY, the morning headlines go up weekdays at 7am.
LIFESTYLE
Boo! Writers tell stories of Butte's spookiest haunts
Happy Halloween!
(Source: Montana Standard)

LIFESTYLE
In a man's world, women made their mark in Glacier Nat'l Park
By Vince Devlin
(Source: Missoulian )

POLITICS
GOP committee takes credit for uncovering Walsh plagiarism
The National Republican Senatorial Committee spent approximately $250,000 on political research in 2013.
(Source: Great Falls Tribune )

NATURE
A look at Wyoming's biggest, scariest and most venomous spiders
(YUCK!)
(Source: Casper Star-Tribune )

NATURE
DEQ report: Majority of Montana's waters impaired
Another top-notch article from Laura Lundquist.
(Source: Bozeman Daily Chronicle )

BUSINESS
Stability and growth for manufacturing in the Flathead
Manufacturing workers' earning increased 10% from 2010 to 2012.
(Source: Flathead Beacon)

SUSTAINABILITY
Cruelty-free down takes wings, thanks to Patagonia and Fjallraven

(Source: adventure journal )

LIFESTYLE
Death in Yellowstone: True stories of the park's perils
If it's harrowing you want on Halloween, perhaps look no further than America's favorite national park.
(Source: Yellowstone Gate )

Previous Headlines
NATURE
On the bighorns of a dilemma: Montana's wild sheep plan draws fire
By Brett French
(Source: Billings Gazette )

REGIONAL
National Park Service identifies suspect in widespread park vandalism
Investigators say 21-year-old Casey Nocket of New York painted large images on the grounds of national parks in California, Utah, Oregon, and Colorado.
(Source: Flathead Beacon)

MONTANA
Crow, Lodge Grass agree on mediator for water dispute
A subdivision in the city of Lodge Grass has $70,000 of unpaid water bills, and the water they drink may not be potable.
(Source: KBZK)

POLITICS
60% of Montanans have returned absentee ballots
The information was made available by Secretary of State Linda McCulloch's office.
(Source: Missoulian/LEE )

MONTANA
Montana hunter: Should have used bear spray on charging grizzly
The sow, who had two cubs nearby, was shot and killed in the encounter with two hunters.
(Source: Great Falls Tribune )

POLITICS
Stanford, Dartmouth universities apologize to Montana for fake political mailer
Approximately 100,000 Montana voters received the mailers, with political information on candidates for the state supreme court.
(Source: Breitbart.com)

HEALTH
Dying in Missoula
(Appropriately, the article begins with a good joke.)
(Source: Missoula Independent )

NATURE
Fewer grizzly bears dying in Yellowstone area
Officials with the National Park Service have noted a sharp decrease in grizzly bear fatalities.
(Source: Helena Independent Record/AP )

ENVIRONMENT
Montana ag department offering $1M to fight weeds

(Source: Billings Gazette/AP )

MONTANA
Great Falls, Bozeman contrast on armored police vehicles
(Officials see a vehicle to protect the officers, critics see a tank to suppress the masses.)
(Source: Great Falls Tribune )

ENERGY
Oil fumes suspected in Bakken deaths
Four Montanans have died in the oil fields from apparently similar conditions.
(Source: EnergyWire)

MONTANA
Winter storm system to hit Montana this weekend
The cold front is expected to pass through the region on Friday night and Saturday.
(Source: Flathead Beacon/NWS)

ALTERNATIVE NEWS
Chicago kids skilling up for America's new 'manufacturing revolution'
New manufacturing jobs in the U.S., according to the report, have been increasing for four years.
(Source: Yes! Magazine )

POLITICS
Political scientists find a guinea pig: Montana
"Using the people of Montana as their guinea pigs is bad enough, but the truth is that elections should not be a lab for political experiments," Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) said of the Dartmouth/Stanford joint research project set in Montana.
(Source: NPR)

LIFESTYLE
Paralympian Josh Sundquist remains king of Halloween costumes
(This guy may just be the new standard-bearer for the term, 'good sport.')
(Source: Yahoo! Sports)

SPORT
Rifle season opener brought mild weather, mild results
By Rob Chaney
(Source: Missoulian/LEE )

WORLD
Nurse returns to Montana from Sierra Leone, Ebola hotspot
“Death is not new to me,” Patricia Carrick said from her home in Dillon, Mont. “Death on this scale is something I’ve never experienced.”
(Source: Billings Gazette/LEE )

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