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Whooping cough spreading in BSB

County health reports eight cases of Pertussis in Butte-Silver Bow since June 5, KXLF reports.

Open plan office awful arrangement

Cringing in a cubicle
Science confirms what you already knew. Working in a big room full of cubicles doesn't work well, ABC News reports.

Officials say fishing can be electrifying

A NOAA study has found that more people are struck by lightning while fishing than while engaged in any other leisure activity. See the official release.

Plane crashes north of Helena

The Billings Gazette reports that a plane has gone down north of Helena. (6-24-2013)

Tester questioned officials about Snowden's personnel screening

When Montana Senator Jon Tester asked U.S. Government personnel officials if they had any concerns about how leaker Edward Snowden's background check had been conducted, the Inspector General of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, Patrick McFarland said, "Yes, we do believe that there, there may be some problems, Reuters reported on the Huffington Post.

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