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Trump wants to end DACA, asks congress to proceed

September 5, 2017
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), is in danger. The Trump administration announced this morning that it will end the program. In a statement issued, President Trump said, "I do not favor punishing children, most of whom are now adults, for the actions of their parents. But we must also recognize that we are nation of opportunity because we are a nation of laws," reports NPR.

Residents near Lolo can return home, some mandatory evacuations still remain

September 5, 2017
The mandatory evacuation of about 200 homes near the Lolo area has been lifted. The evacuation order covered areas between Bass Creek Road and Hannaford Avenue. Evacuation orders remain in effect for persons living west of Highway 93 from the north side of South Kootenai Road to include Redtail Hawk Lane north to West County Line Road. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has set up a Red Cross center, located at 100 Middle Burnt Fork Road in Stevensville. Ravaiil County Emergency Operations Center is available at 406-375-6650, reports local media.

Original Festival to be free in 2017
Aug 25, 2017
Butte - Keeping with the spirit of Butte's other music festivals, the Original Festival will be free this year. Matt Boyle, the festival's organizer, made the announcement today at noon at the Original Mine Yard stage.

Persons who have already bought tickets may seek refunds or keep their tickets which will grant them free access to the festival's after parties. Those parties will take place on both nights of the event, Mr. Boyle said. 

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Brucellosis found in Madison County herd
Aug. 25, 2017

A case of Brucellosis was found in a Madison County herd, the Montana Dept. of Livestock reported Thursday.

Mauer Mountain Fire, Dillon MT

August 24, 2017
A fire erupted today, 4 miles east of Clark Canyon Reservoir in Beaverhead County, as a four-wheeler, driven by a DNRC employee, caught fire as he was working. The employee immediately began steps to put the fire out and call additional resources. Because of high temperatures, low humidity, and very low fuel moistures, the fire spread rapidly. Fire activity is currently minimal. Aviation resources laid retardant fire lines yesterday to minimize the fire's growth. Updates will be posted to InciWeb.

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