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The race for Montana's one congressional seat pits polar opposites

May 4, 1992

Politicians, environmentalists and business leaders agree, the 1992 congressional campaign in Montana (between Pat Williams, a Democrat, and Ron Marlenee, a Republican) is likely to result in the most important -- and interesting -- election in perhaps a generation.

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The race for Montana's one congressional seat pits polar opposites
Politicians, environmentalists and business leaders agree, the 1992 congressional campaign in Montana (between Pat Williams, a Democrat, and Ron Marlenee, a Republican) is likely to result in the most important -- and interesting -- election in perhaps a generation.

News

Indians hope buffalo can revive tribes' fortunes
A hundred years after the West's wild buffalo herds were wiped out, the Native American Inter-Tribal Buffalo Cooperative is attempting to bring the great animal-back to Indian lands.
Idaho river basin denied protection
When the state Water Resources Board proposed a ban on hydroelectric development for streams in the Henry's Fork Basin, few expected it would face rough sledding in the 1992 Idaho Legislature.