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Twenty-four states now have at least one station that sells regular for less than $2.00, NPR reports. NPR cites gasbuddy.com as its source.
The Montana Standard's ace crime reporter is leaving the Standard. Angela Brandt made the announcement at the police media briefing yesterday. The Standard's city editor, Carmen Winslow, said earlier this year that Brandt was the best crime reporter that the Standard ever had.
After 17 months without one, the U.S. finally has a surgeon general.
Dr. Vivek Murthy was nominated by President Barack Obama a year ago, but the faced opposition from the NRA for his views on gun control.
The year's largest private equity buy-out was for Pet Smart. The company announced Sunday that it had sold for more than $8 billion. The amount that Americans spend on pet food has doubled since 2000, and a significant portion of that is premium dog and cat food. Americans spent $22 billion on pet food this year, the Washington Post reports.
Russia raised its interest rates from 10.5 percent to 17 percent in an attempt to ward off inflation and boost the ailing ruble. In 2013 Russia's was the worst performing major currency, NPR reported. Posted from my iPhone using Joomla Admin Mobile!
Wonkblog, a Senate report on the CIA torture program describes the agency's effort as brutal, ineffective and deceitful.
The U.S. is beefing up security at facilities abroad in anticipation of a violent reaction to the imminent release of report that will reveal details about harsh interrogations during the years after 9-11, the Washington Post reports.
An NBC news piece said that in some instances prisoners continued to be tortured even after it had been determined that the prisoners had no intelligence to extract. Posted from my iPhone using Joomla Admin Mobile!
Workers in 200 cities in America participated in strikes and protests, calling for a higher minimum wage of $15.00 per hour.
Two Methodist churches will close in Butte, KXLF reports. One of the churches is on North Montana Street. The other is in Centerville.
Young people head to California's Humboldt County this time of year to trim leaves and stems from marijuana plants to prepare them for sale, NPR reports.
The day after the anniversary of D Day is another D day of sorts. Dec. 7 is the last day for people 65 and over to pick a Medicare Part D prescription drug plan. Sometimes switching plans can save participants hundreds of dollars. One hundred sixty-five thousand Montanans are eligible, Montana Public Radio reports. McArdle says.
Thailand has banned the three-fingered hunger games salute. It is brandished by students there as a gesture of defiance against the government. Thailand has been under the rule of martial law since May, CNN reported.
April 3, 2014
A mid-afternoon accident at Galena and Montana left this car disabled in the intersection.
- Saint James gets poor score from feds
- Montana Standard editor leaving the paper
- Orediggers Named Scholar Athletes
- Hearing date set for county's move against Lynch
- Busy day ends with jail
- Meis Named Second Team All-America
- Walkerville, Centerville and Moulton Reservoir Areas to Experience Afternoon Power Outages on Friday, Dec. 19
- Man seeks door on West Galena
- A pistol, a movie, a knife, some rum and you
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