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Port Of Raymond To Remain 24 Hours

After more than a year of deliberation, the department of U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner R. Gil Kerlikowske announced that a proposed reduction in hours of service at northeast Montana’s Port of Raymond would be scrapped.

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Disincorporation Vote, Mishandled Finances Leave Town Of Brockton On Shaky Ground

On or around Oct. 18 of this year, the Brockton Town Council voted unanimously to disincorporate. The reasoning behind the vote was that the town had accumulated such a large amount of debt that it was on the verge of losing basic services, water, electricity, sewer and trash.

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Gary Mahlen

Gary Eugene Mahlen, 69, of Bainville, Mont., died of cancer the morning of Oct. 31, 2016, in Aurora, Colo., at the home of his son, Chad Mahlen.

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Real ID Extension Runs Out For Montana

Starting in January 2017, Montanans won’t be able to enter federal buildings, military bases or nuclear power plants with their state IDs.

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