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  • Sold as a baby, Cd’A woman finally locates family

    In a search that spanned most of her life, Heather Livergood has found where she came from. And this Christmas she has the gift of family, including two brothers she …

  • Jim Kershner’s this day in history

    From our archives, 100 years ago Drenching rain put a damper on the Fourth of July celebrations. Even the big fireworks display at Natatorium Park was canceled.

  • Jim Kershner’s this day in history

    From our archives, 100 years ago A widower in Hackensack, New Jersey, found he could no longer care for his two girls, Dorothy, 9, and Mary, 3. So he tearfully …

  • Cross-country getaway for nordic skiers

    Chris and Mandy Axelson are sharing their nordic dream along the Continental Divide with anyone who gets an urge to ski while traveling Interstate 90 through Montana. The two former …

  • Working values

    Bob Paull, physical therapist and small-business owner, is a person others naturally open up to because he’s a question-asker as well as a good listener. He believes that small-business people …

  • Wise Words with Bob Paull

    Wise Words interview with Bob Paull of Spokane, physical therapist and small business owner.

  • Mont. crash investigation looks at ice, weight

    WASHINGTON — Speculation over the crash of a single-engine turboprop plane into a cemetery shifted to ice on the wings Monday after it became less likely that overloading was to …

  • Living History

    Take a walk through Uptown Butte on a blustery Saturday afternoon, and you might feel as if you’ve strolled into an episode of “The Twilight Zone.” If it weren’t for …



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