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AP Top Stories October 24 a - Great Falls Tribune
AP Top Stories October 24 a Here's the latest news for Friday, Oct. 24th: Ebola case diagnosed for first time in NYC; Ebola spreads to Mali in Africa; Rare tornado strikes Washington state; Coin toss decides election in Peru. Check out this story on ...
Election countdown: Hillary more relevant than Obama? - Great Falls Tribune
As the penultimate weekend before Election Day nears, President Obama's relevance is being questioned by a Democratic senator, Hillary is on the trail, and another potential 2016 contender is in a fight for his political life two years before the ...
AA Football: C.M. Russell visits Billings West - Great Falls Tribune
In sports, the most dangerous team is often times the most desperate. With the playoffs just around the corner, the Billings West Bears are that desperate team, 4-4 on the year, battling for one of the final spots in the field. C.M. Russell High head coach ...
AA Football: Great Falls High to play No. 1 Glacier - Great Falls Tribune
The past two weeks, the Great Falls High Bison have faced two teams that are good in a particular area of the game. Butte is an explosive passing team, while Missoula Big Sky is more run-focused. The Bison (2-6) went 1-1 in those two games, a 34-28 ...
There’s hope: Just 11 days ’til Election Day - Great Falls Tribune
Congressional debates are done, and it’s only 11 days until the Nov. 4 general election in Montana. But it makes for a strange election when ballots go out nearly a month before Election Day. Is this really the best way to run an election? “Prove ...
Click & Clack: Slow and steady wins the race - Great Falls Tribune
I am always irritated by people who have their accelerators pressed right up until the moment they apply the brakes. For example, I might be a half a block from a red light and will start coasting in anticipation of the stop. Someone behind me will swerve ...
Man rebuilds his grandfather’s 1946 Chevy Master Deluxe - Great Falls Tribune
Al Farmer drives a 1941 Chevy Master Deluxe two-door sedan. Farmer’s grandfather purchased the car back in 1946, the year he was born. “I remember as a kid I rode all over the Bitterroot Valley in this car,” Farmer said. “My grandpa used to take me ...
Second immigration wave lifts diversity to record high - Great Falls Tribune
SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. — From a distance, the small group of Haitian immigrants at the public library looks like a prayer meeting or political gathering. Dressed colorfully but comfortably, the women speak in heavily accented English and sit every day for ...
Writers support Curtis and Olsen - Great Falls Tribune
The Senate race in Montana has changed quite a bit these past few months — or has it? Think about it. The names and the genders have changed and maybe a different focus on issues, but the values and beliefs haven’t changed. Democrats believe in the ...
17 defendants appear on drug and gun trafficking charges - Great Falls Tribune
BUTTE – A 29-year-old woman who fled the Anaconda hospital after she and her newborn tested positive for methamphetamine was one of 17 people arraigned in a conspiracy that federal prosecutors say brought meth from Los Angeles and distributed it in Great ...
Hunting season is like Christmas in October - Great Falls Tribune
When I was a little kid I started looking forward to Christmas on Dec. 26. By the time Christmas Eve rolled around 363 days later, I could barely contain my excitement for what I then considered “Opening Day.” That’s pretty much how I feel right now ...
CMR girls blank Butte to punch state ticket - Great Falls Tribune
C.M. Russell High's girls' soccer team didn't quite run like the well-oiled machine fans are used to seeing Thursday, but the engine that is Rob Zimmerman's team found just enough strokes to take down Butte 3-0 in a do-or-die state tournament play-in ...
North orchestra to perform at prestigious conference - Great Falls Tribune
For the first time in 16 years, Great Falls will send a middle school group to the a prestigious music conference in Spokane — but it’s going to take a little extra cash to make it happen. Elizabeth Quinby’s philharmonic orchestra at North Middle ...
State, school launch probes into election mailers - Great Falls Tribune
HELENA – Montana and Stanford University officials launched separate investigations Thursday into official-looking mailers that arrived at Montana homes this week rating how liberal or conservative the four nonpartisan candidates for state Supreme Court ...
Montana fights to keep same-sex marriage ban - Great Falls Tribune
Montana fights to keep same-sex marriage ban State attorneys continue to fight lifting Montana’s constitutional ban on same-sex marriage Check out this story on greatfallstribune.com: http://gftrib.com/1tP718H