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A Whitefish-based company says the Puerto Rican power utility still owes it more than $100 million for its work restoring power to the hurricane-battered island. It’s asking the U.S. territory’s courts to intervene.

MFP PROJECT ARCHITECTURAL & ENGINEERING FIRM EPSTEIN GLOBAL, INC.

A Great Falls group trying to stop a large new livestock slaughter facility from coming to town is hosting a public forum Saturday night.

Yellowstone Park's east entrance.
Diane Renkin-NPS (PD)

The Interior Department is increasing fees at 17 popular national parks, including Glacier and Yellowstone, to $35 per vehicle, backing down from an earlier plan that would have forced visitors to pay $70 per vehicle.

Startup Businesses Competing For $50,000 Friday

Apr 12, 2018
The John Ruffatto Business Startup Challenge happens Friday at the University of Montana
University of Montana Blackstone Launchpad

Local college student entrepreneurs are competing this Friday for $50,000 in prize money, but they need a really savvy business idea first.

Candidate Win Percentage vs. Candidate Self-Financing Percentage In Montana Elections Since the 1990s.
Data and analysis provided by the National Institute on Money in State Politics. Data includes all primary and general election candidates on organization's dataset: https://www.followthemoney.org/show-me?s=MT&c-exi=1#[{1%7Cgro=y

The next campaign finance reporting deadline for candidates in Montana’s primary races for the U.S. House and Senate seats is Sunday, April 15.

The reports will reveal details about how the candidates are funding their campaigns, but we already know that, with a few exceptions, the front-runners are wealthier than most Montanans.

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