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Newspaper's plight not caused by Internet

Jan. 28, 2019
The decline of America's daily newspapers hasn't just been the result of the Internet.
Companies have been milking their publications for profit without properly reinvesting in them, Slate's Jeremy Littau writes.

Fugitive cow remains at large

Jan. 16, 2019
A fugitive rodeo cow remains on the loose in Alaska's Far North Bicentennial Park.
She goes by the name of Betsy, and despite numerous sightings, she is still a free woman.
Her owner Frank Koloski is exhausted from searching, but remains hopeful, the Washington Post reports.
Betsy has been on the lam since Father's Day weekend last year.

Netflix raises prices

Jan. 15, 2019
You'll pay a couple bucks more per month for the Neflix standard plan, Reuters reports.

AMC signs lease and Love's gets permits

Jan. 9, 2019
AMC Classic Butte 6 has signed a three-year lease to remain in Butte Plaza Mall, and Love's Travel Stops has received permits to break ground on a new facility near Ramsey, Montana, a knowledgeable source at the courthouse said.

Montana workers affected by government shutdown

Jan. 9, 2019
Montana is one of the states hit hardest by the shutdown. 7,200 Montana workers are federal employees impacted by the standoff between Congress and the Executive Branch.
3,700 of them work in the ag sector, and 2,000 work for the Dept. of Interior. The Indian Health Service employs 700 workers in Montana, the Washington Post reports.

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