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GFPS Board of Trustees addresses 2017 dropout rates

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According to 7-12 Assistant Superintendent Tom Moore, 103 high school students dropped out between October 1, 2016 and October 1, 2017.
 

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Penguin Food Pushers: Cut Bank's hottest food truck

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A Glacier County community known for its frigid temperatures has turned into a hot spot for small businesses.
 

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Coroner's inquest into fatal shooting of Addison by police begins

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The inquest will continue on Tuesday at 9 a.m.

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Daines supports deal to break budget impasse; Tester votes 'no'

U.S. Sens. Steve Daines (left) and Jon Tester U.S. Sens. Steve Daines (left) and Jon Tester
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Montana’s U.S. House member, Republican Greg Gianforte, voted for the deal Monday evening

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Businesses file lawsuit to invalidate $30M work-comp funds transfer

The Montana state work-comp fund's Helena HQ The Montana state work-comp fund's Helena HQ
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A group of businesses filed suit Monday to invalidate and block the transfer of nearly $30 million in state workers’ compensation funds meant to help balance the Montana state budget. 

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Holter Museum of Art starts the new year with new exhibits

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Every January the museum closes at the beginning of the month to refresh the content.

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Police and veterinarian warn about off-leash dogs after woman gets bit

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A routine jog ended with her paying more than $7,000 out of pocket and getting nearly a dozen shots

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One Class At A Time: Rossiter Elementary School

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Herbolich says that for many students chapter books can be a little bit intimidating.

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Inquest underway into fatal shooting of Addison by police

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During the chase, both officers say Addison brandished a metallic weapon and put his hand in his waistband.

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Guardipee charged with assaulting infant; Bradford charged with child endangerment

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The infant had a broken femur and humerus; a broken finger; a fractured cranium; and possible rib fractures.

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Smith charged with kidnapping and assault

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He is accused of hitting the victim numerous times, biting her ear, and holding a knife while threatening to kill her

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Missing/Endangered Person Advisory issued for 2-year old Legend White

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Police say there is reason to believe Julie is under the influence of drugs

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Helena will miss out on most of the snow for the next week

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STORMTracker meteorologist Mike Rawlins explains why places east of the Rocky Mountains won't see snow in the next week.

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Governor Bullock orders internet providers to accept net neutrality to win state contracts

Gov. Steve Bullock (MTN News file photo) Gov. Steve Bullock (MTN News file photo)
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“Montanans and the country can’t wait for Congress to act,” said Bullock.

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Montana Meat Collective hosts first sausage making class

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The Montana Meat Collective has an upcoming basic sausage making class on February 25. 

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Montana influenza update

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State-wide, DPHHS says that 304 people have been hospitalized because of the flu.

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Grant helps keep art of sheep shearing alive

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The wool collected at Cornell Farms will be stored until May and then shipped to Choteau to be weighed and core sampled.
 

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Helena woman identified as victim of Gates of the Mountains crash

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Kassandra Biller of Helena has been identified as the victim of a single vehicle crash on Saturday on the Gates of the Mountains Road near Interstate 15. 

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Small earthquake rattles Flathead area

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There have not been any reports of injuries or major damage.

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Knights of Columbus host free throw championships

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All boys and girls ages 9-14 were invited to participate in the 2018 Knights of Columbus free throw championship at Radley Elementary in East Helena on Saturday.
 

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ACLU vows to challenge Big Horn County Attorney's crackdown on pregnant substance abusers

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"Big Horn County's 'crackdown' on pregnant women is not only counterproductive, paternalistic and cruel, it is also illegal."

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