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E Coli in Montana
Q2 reported on Monday that an E. coli outbreak in Montana has been linked to chopped romaine lettuce sourced from Arizona, according to the Montana Department of Health and Human Services. Confirmed and suspected cases have been identified in Missoula, Flathead and Lincoln...
Guest Opinion: Modern Learning Depends on High Speed Internet
A real gap exists today between students who have access to all the Internet has to offer, and those who live in areas that are lagging behind. This is a problem prevalent across the country, but more so in rural Montana than nearly any other state. Currently, high schools in Missoula County, Wood…
Kasun New SD2 Superintendent
The Gazette reports that Billings school trustees selected Ross Kasun, a superintendent from New Jersey, as the person to take Billings schools “to the next level.” Trustees voted 6-2 to hire Kasun, however, he still needs to negotiate a contract with the city administrat…
Bakken ND Rig Count Doubles Since April 2016
An online report from says, “The Bakken crude oil production has started to grow again and is expected to beat in the first half of 2018 its own production record of 1.23 million bpd from December 2014.”

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