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Lewistown drags battle wet weather, look forward to July schedule

Lewistown got socked in by cool wet weather last weekend cancelling out most of the scheduled drag racing activities.Spokeswoman Nicole McGimpsey reviews that situation racing enthusiasts experienced, plus what July will offer.

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Bobcat blue and gold invades in Lewistown

Montana State continues to grow, while the University of Montana in Missoula is having problem attracting students, Dr. Cruzado explains what officials are trying to accomplish in Bozeman.

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Musselshell Breaks plan seeking comment

The BLM Lewistown Field Office will hold open house public meetings 5-7 p.m., Ju1y 10-11 to discuss the draft Crooked Creek/Musselshell Breaks Travel Management Plan and Environmental Assessment. The July 10 meeting is at the Yogo Inn, 211 NE Main St., Lewistown, Mont. The July 11 meeting is at the

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Pioneers back in win column

It was a weekend of weather, big innings, blown leads and bus breakdowns for the Pioneers Legion A baseball team, as Powell finished 1-4 at the Harold Gjerde Tournament in Lewistown, Montana.

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Governor Steve Bullock announces appointments, Lewistown's Scott Dubbs on Teachers' Retirement Board

Sheena Wilson,Helena. Qualification: Retired public employee, member of the system. Wilson is a retired state employee having worked for Governor Brian Schweitzer.

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THE TRUTH IS OUT THERE? | Ojai author Robert Salas to discuss UFOs and nuclear technology in Port Hueneme

On March 24, 1967, Robert Salas experienced an event that would shape 25 years of his life. As a missile launch officer, Salas, stationed in an underground bunker near Roy, Montana, was alerted to an object hovering near the front gate of a base equipped with 10 nuclear-armed intercontinental ballis

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Moore Public Library to host centennial celebration

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Officials ID 3rd victim of head-on crash in central Montana

Brown says the driver of the SUV, 29-year-old Chelsea R. Simpson of Roundup, and her passenger, 24-year-old Gage F. Hall of Roundup, also died at the scene of the crash.

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No shooting at Lewistown Trap and Skeet Club this weekend

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Lewistown resident talks about angels

A former California resident now living in Lewistown has published a devotional book about angels.Jolita Penn McDaniels visited our KXLO-Live interview program as to her endeavor on this important subject in her life.McDaniel’s book is available at Keystone Christian Supply.

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Corrections to close secure infirmary wing at Lewistown Nursing Care Center

The Lewistown Infirmary opened on December 17, 2012, in partnership with the Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS). The secure Corrections wing is part of the Montana Mental Health Nursing Care Center (MMHNCC) and houses up to 25 inmates with serious, long-term medical conditions.

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Lewistown airport hosting big events this weekend

This is a big weekend, a great way to see and observe what’s going on throughout our community.The major part of the activities are held at the airport according to this report from airport manager Jerry Moline, and Don Hartrich.

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Lewistown, Missoula organizations receive $1.2M in EPA supplemental Brownfields funds

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced approximately $15.7 million in supplemental funding to communities to assist them in cleaning up contaminated brownfield properties. EPA plans to provide supplemental funding to 33 successful, existing Revolving Loan Fund grantees, helping commu

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City Manager Holly Phelps talks about oil prices and grant projects

The price of oil is one reason the Lewistown City Commission passed a slight street-maintenance increase.City Manager Holly Phelps has more on that action taken during Monday night’s commission meeting.Lewistown has it share of projects that qualify for grant money.Phelps has an update on grant-fund

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Changing climate is topic for June 6 seminar in Lewistown

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Driver in fatal hit-and-run in Billings charged with vehicular homicide

The woman accused of hitting a 20-year-old Billings man while driving drunk now faces homicide charges in Yellowstone County District Court.Tesha Dawn Williams, 22, was charged Monday with vehicular homicide while under the influence, after the man, Sterling Bruder-Dominguez,died over the weekend. S

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Great Falls man accused of trafficking children faces witness tampering

Great Falls law enforcement tried making contact with Sherbondy at his home on 6th Avenue South in August, and after several attempts finally spoke with a woman, Shannon Chippewa, at the residence, according to court documents. Chippewa reportedly told a GFPD detective the children they were looking

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No one hurt in apparent robbery attempt

A man attempted to rob a casino on the 1100 block of Broadwater Avenue late Monday night, but then got frustrated and left, according to Billings police.The man, described in a Billings Police Department press release as "a late-20s male Hispanic wearing a blue bandanna over his face," entered the S

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Billings man dies following hit-and-run crash

The 20-year-old victim of a hit-and-run crash last week died from his injuries Saturday evening, Billings police said Monday.The man's name has not yet been released, Yellowstone County Coroner Cliff Mahoney said, but police Sgt. Shane Winden said he was a Billings resident.It wasn't immediately cle

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Body recovered from Missouri River near Ryan Dam

Brittney Roberts was reportedly seen in the water near the caboose area on River's Edge Trail, near Black Eagle Dam, on April 23.

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