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  • Montana Native: Who Cares?

    A transplant to Montana is piqued by the fuss made over who is a newcomer and who is a native in the West.

  • Montanans take to the ballot

    A coalition of sportsmen, ranchers and environmentalists called Montanans for Clean Water puts an initiative on the fall ballot designed to toughen the state's water laws.

  • Did toxic stew cook the goose?

    The deaths of 342 migrating snow geese in Montana's Berkeley Pit are blamed on the pit's toxicity by environmentalists, although the mine disputes it.

  • Interior wants to kill a success

    An innovative Fish and Wildlife program called Partners for Wildlife faces dismantling, despite the success it has shown in working cooperatively with ranchers and landowners along Montana's Blackfoot River.

  • How Montana fouled a family's water

    Cyanide from a defunct gold mill has contaminated Jan and David Zimmerman's well water.

  • Judge rocks Montana's open-pit mines

    Montana judge rules that reclamation at open-pit mines in the state must include the pit itself.

  • Can gold mining be slowed by a boycott?

    Jan and David Zimmerman lead fight to reduce consumption of gold.

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