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Report: Spending cuts hit anti-Obama states more - Great Falls Tribune
There seems to be a pattern to federal budget cuts during the Obama administration, according to a new report. Reuters says that, during fiscal years 2009-2013, red Republican states saw a drop of 40% in a series of discretionary grant programs. These ...
St. Ignatius man pleads guilty to killing young boy - Great Falls Tribune
St. Ignatius man pleads guilty to killing young boy A 26-year-old St. Ignatius man has pleaded guilty to negligent homicide for shooting a 3-year-old boy with a gun he believed was not loaded. Check out this story on greatfallstribune.com: http://gftrib ...
Discover snowshoeing at Winter Trails Day - Great Falls Tribune
Discover snowshoeing at Winter Trails Day Event is a chance for everyone, regardless of experience, to try snowshoeing with guided hikes Check out this story on greatfallstribune.com: http://gftrib.com/1K5dL4A
Jury rules bar not responsible for shooting deaths - Great Falls Tribune
FORSYTH (AP) – A Rosebud County jury has found the owners of a Colstrip bar could not have foreseen the fact that a Lame Deer man who was kicked out of the bar in 2009 would return with a gun and shoot and kill two patrons. Yellowstone Newspapers reports ...
Flathead National Forest cites snowmobilers - Great Falls Tribune
The Flathead National Forest recently cited several snowmobilers for snowmobiling in a wilderness area. Law enforcement officers from the Flathead National Forest recently found snowmobile tracks leading up to and entering a wilderness area while ...
Troy woman denies elder abuse charges - Great Falls Tribune
HAVRE (AP) – A Lincoln County woman has denied charges that she defrauded an elderly Hill County man out of $50,000 in cash and property. The Havre Daily News reports (http://bit.ly/18uV0vL ) 42-year-old Lisa L. Cole of Troy pleaded not guilty to elder ...
Man who assaulted bartender duct-taped by patrons - Great Falls Tribune
Man who assaulted bartender duct-taped by patrons A Stevensville man suspected of assaulting a bartender was duct-taped by fellow patrons and held for police. Check out this story on greatfallstribune.com: http://gftrib.com/1K4XmgE
Twelve years in making, ‘Boyhood’ creates lots of buzz - Great Falls Tribune
Behind massive success at the Golden Globes and a flurry of advertisements touting its release on DVD and Blu Ray, “Boyhood” has plenty of hype. The most notable thing about its creation is that director Richard Linklater took 12 years to make it.
Stock up on local brews for Sunday's Super Bowl - Great Falls Tribune
Put down the Bud Light and try something new for Super Bowl XLIX. For Sunday's big party, we suggest offering a variety of local beers to make the event something of a tasting and to give guests a chance to enjoy an old standby and to try something new.
Landsharks not fish out of water at Margarita Meltdown - Great Falls Tribune
When Gary Roland and the Landsharks Band hit the stage for the 10th annual Margarita Meltdown, they will know the drill. The Orlando, Fla., group performed at the inaugural Eagle Mount fundraiser as well as the event’s fifth anniversary, Roland noted ...
Recruit drops 150 pounds to join the Army - Great Falls Tribune
BLOUNTVILLE, Tenn. — What may be the Army's biggest loser started basic training this week at Fort Benning, Ga. But before Brian Bourne, 22, of Blountville, Tenn., became a new recruit, he had to lose 150 pounds. "It just really hit me one day: I can't ...
Purposeful pauses throughout your day worth the time - Great Falls Tribune
I was sitting in a restaurant recently waiting for my wife to arrive and found myself instinctively reaching for my phone to fill the somewhat uncomfortable void. There was nothing pressing being sent through my phone. I was just filling the space.
'Papa' knows way to Marshawn Lynch's stomach and head - Great Falls Tribune
SACRAMENTO -- Marshawn Lynch calls him "Papa." Always has. But the man is not the father of the Seattle Seahawks' running back. Lynch's father is Maurice Sapp, who has been in and out of prison since Lynch was a child and is serving a 24-year sentence for ...
Letters focus on parenting, smoking, homosexuality - Great Falls Tribune
I was in the CASA Guardian Ad Litem office the other day, and the conversation turned to the number of cases that keep growing each year despite all of the services available to parents. I suggested that there has to be a way to encourage and support good ...
United Way campaign hits many good numbers - Great Falls Tribune
United Way campaign hits many good numbers Editorial board tips its hat to strong success of United Way of Cascade County campaign Check out this story on greatfallstribune.com: http://gftrib.com/1Cftxuv