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Dry Prairie Water System Receives $1.7 Million To Finance Latest Expansion

Governor Steve Bullock recently announced that communities served by the Dry Prairie Regional Water System will save $582,000 thanks to changes he made to the State Revolving Fund loan program in 2014.

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What's Happening At Your Museum

Currently on display at the Culbertson Museum are quilts from area seamstresses, photographs from local photographers and paintings from area artists.

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Government Impersonators Targeting Montana Residents

The FBI Salt Lake City Division has recently received numerous reports of increased efforts by scammers to target residents, specifically in communities along northern Montana’s Hi-Line, with unsolicited telephone calls in which the caller claims to be a representative of the Internal Revenue Service or the FBI.

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Red Cross Issues Emergency Call For Blood And Platelet Donations To Address Significant Shortage

The American Red Cross has issued an emergency call for blood and platelets, urging all eligible donors to give now to replenish an extremely low summer blood supply.

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Rickshaw-Toting Activist Says He Feels Compelled Like Forrest Gump

Attempting to draw attention to his mission to end marijuana prohibitions, a formerly homeless veteran turned activist traveled across northeast Montana along U.S. Hwy. 2 the weekend of June 24, pulling his home, a rickshaw with a 500-pound box he called his church on his trek from Astoria, Ore., to Washington, D.C.

 

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