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Bainville Incident Discussed At LEPC Meeting, State Hazmat Lose Funding

Roosevelt County’s Local Emergency Planning Committee held their regularly scheduled monthly meeting in Poplar at the Poplar School District office Tuesday, April 11. 

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Council Gives Support At Meeting To Women’s Club, Hears Concerns Of Chloramines In Dry Prairie Water

Culbertson Town Council held their monthly meeting Monday, April 3. Roughly 35 individuals were in attendance to discuss agenda items and voice concerns.
The meeting began with Mayor Abe Rumsey requesting the action of approving the meeting minutes from the March 6 meeting. Councilmember W. Bruce Houle brought up a possible error in the minutes.

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Roosevelt County Commissioners Approve New Drug Task Force

At the regular public meeting Tuesday, April 4, the Roosevelt County Commissioners approved various items including becoming involved in a new drug task force. 

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Northeast Montana Faces Essential Air Cuts

It’s been two weeks since President Donald Trump introduced his fiscal year 2018 budget proposal. In it, many services used by rural Americans are on the chopping block to pay for a $54 billion supplementation to military spending.

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Proposed Budget Cuts Threaten Current And Future Amtrak Stations

On Thursday, March 16, President Donald Trump proposed a 2017 budget that will cut funding to nearly every agency other than defense, Homeland Security and veterans affairs.

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