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Former President George H.W. Bush, who died late Friday at 94, was brought to the U.S. Capitol Monday to lie in state until Wednesday. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell gave an eloquent speech, after which House Speaker Paul Ryan gave a speech with many words. [Read More]
Approximately 100 airmen from the 120th Airlift Wing of the Montana Air National Guard returned home after a four-month deployment to Southwest Asia in support of Operation Spartan Shield. [Read More]
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Historians, educators, and proud Montanans gathered at the Capitol for the occasion and to honor Debra Crow from Garrison School as the Montana History Teacher of the year. [Read More]
Alliance For Youth in Great Falls is working on raising $100,000 dollars for their new Youth Resource Center.The facility is designed to direct youth towards stable housing, employment, education, and how to contact churches and/or community members.The facility has been getting input from youth who will be using the building.Kristy Pontet-Stroop, executive director of the agency, said, "We have already had several youth experiencing homelessness walk through the space with us because we have wanted their input in regards to color, or 'What do you want to call it?' They are so excited, and they are ready to start... [Read More]
On Friday, fifth-grader Reia Henry presented the Great Falls Rescue Mission with 836 pairs of socks, all of which she collected during her self-started fundraiser: Socktober. [Read More]
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An investigation is underway after a rollover crash in Lakeville that occurred early Saturday morning. Firefighters responding to the scene just... [Read More]
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Ashland police are asking the public for help locating a missing Ashland man with a mental illness. Michael Curtis, 59, is... [Read More]
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Dozens of products sold at Whole Foods Markets have been recalled nationwide due to listeria contamination concerns, the United States Food and Drug Administration announced... [Read More]
Licenses issued between Oct. 28 and Nov. 1. [Read More]
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The Vietnam Veterans of America, Chattanooga Chapter 203 kicked off their annual holiday fund drive this weekend at the Wal-Mart on Highway 153.  Chapter president Charlie Hobbs said thousands of dollars are raised to help hundreds of veterans with food, clothing, medical and utility bills.  Mr. Hobbs said it's "veterans helping vets".  Mr. Hobbs said all the money donated goes toward a needy veteran.  The Chattanooga chapter collection drive will continue at the Highway 153 Wal-Mart Nov. 15, 16, 22 and 23. ... [Read More]
First grading period of the school year... [Read More]
All patrons and employees were evacuated because the cylinder resembled a pipe bomb. [Read More]
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MOUSOUNI ISLAND (India) (AFP) – Cyclone Bulbul hit India on Saturday, leaving two dead as authorities in the country and in neighbouring Bangladesh... [Read More]
US President Donald Trump on Saturday hailed Germany as a "treasured" ally as commemorations were held marking 30... [Read More]
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Seven protesters were killed Saturday in Iraq as security forces cleared protest sites in Baghdad and Basra after political leaders... [Read More]
Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft and noted philanthropist, talked about how he successfully led Microsoft's growth on an episode of the podcast "Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman." Part of Microsoft's success was its strategic partnership with IBM in its early days. Gates advises leaders to pick partners "that are highly visible and tough." Click here for more BI Prime stories. One of the earliest high-impact decisions Bill Gates made was figuring out how to work with IBM. It was 1980 and IBM wanted Microsoft to quickly provide the operating system for the 16-bit IBM... [Read More]
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Kamala Harris released 2016 election night footage of her reacting to a potential Donald Trump victory and bracing her team for the "fight" to come. [Read More]
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The world's most dangerous crossing is located in Australia's Northern Territory. [Read More]
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A French chocolate sculptor celebrated the 30th anniversary of the opening of the Berlin Wall by taking a hammer Saturday to a chocolate replica of the infamous barrier, distributing the sweet chunks to applauding bystanders in Paris. (Nov. 9) [Read More]
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