In The News

May 2017
Montana Public Radio: Department of Education Will Reconsider Upward Bound Grant Applications
The Missoulian: Education Secretary Betsy DeVos will reconsider Upward Bound grant applications
KTVQ: Daines, Tester react to President Trump's budget proposal
Real Clear Politics: How Democrats Can Hasten Trump's Departure
KTVH: Daines announces $3.2 million for 2 MT health centers
Great Falls Tribune: Two area health agencies to share $3.2M
The Ekalaka Eagle: The Ekalaka Eagle: China agrees to open market to U.S. beef
The Livingston Enterprise: Hats, caps and Montana politics
Flathead Beacon: Montana Senators Praise Mueller Appointment in Trump Probe
Belgrade News: Belgrade News: Tigers' Arthun signs with Air Force Academy
KBZK Bozeman News: KBZK Bozeman News: Daines introduces new legislation to increase penalties for acts against law enforcement
KTVQ: KTVQ: Hundreds line streets in Billings to honor Montana deputy killed in line of duty
NBC Montana: NBC Montana: SW Montana deputy killed in shootout identified
MTPR: MTPR: Montana Senators Aiming To Help State's Gun Manufacturers Access Global Markets
Catholic Stand: Catholic Stand: Student leader at Archbishop Carroll hopes to serve in government to 'help people in need'
MTPR: MTPR: Pence Told Crow Tribe 'War On Coal Is Over' During Absaloka Mine Visit
KRTV: KRTV: VP Mike Pence visits coal country, declares 'war on coal is over'
Billings Gazette: Billings Gazette: VP Mike Pence says 'war on coal' is over during visit to Crow coal mine
ABC News: ABC News: Mike Pence in Montana: Tours coal mine on horseback, stumps for GOP candidate
E&E News: E&E News: USDA official on proposed cuts: 'We hope that won't happen'
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