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The community of less than 400 people came together to recognize those who served, and gave their lives, by lining Highway 212 with crosses, dog tags and flags.
Federal agencies are investigating a plane crash that occurred Monday morning at Laurel Municipal Airport.
As the National Park Service kicks off a centennial summer expected to draw record crowds, the agency is seriously considering caps on how many people pass through some of the country's most iconic landscapes and historical sites each day.
Authorities are investigating a Yellowstone County crash that left a man dead after his vehicle went off the road and landed in a ditch.
If you're spending time outdoors it's important to wear sunscreen at all times according to Billings Clinic Dermatologist Dr. Samuel Reck, MD.

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Business News

Rising oil prices may see the European Central Bank upgrade its inflation forecast when it meets on Thursday.
Families that do business together may not necessarily stay together, as these high-profile fights demonstrate.
Troubled commodities trading firm Noble Group said its chief executive Yusuf Alireza had quit for "family reasons."
Maisons du Monde began its first day of trading, after setting the price of its global offering at 17 euros per share.
As the audience for messaging apps such as WhatsApp grow, several competitors are emerging and are figuring out how to monetize.

Montana News

Sports News

Why history might not be on OKC's side for Game 7
Sources: Baylor to hire Grobe as interim coach
Curry: Home doesn't guarantee win for Warriors
Matt Harvey shuts down Chicago, wins back Mets fans
MLB Rumor Central: Tim Lincecum on track to make Angels debut June 12

Entertainment News

The rapper takes issue with Hollywood's fascination with slavery
Comedian Doug Stanhope has become one of the latest celebrities to defend actor Johnny Depp
The "Game of Thrones" stars chatted about their going out plans
Amid his legal drama with Amber Heard, two of Johnny Depp's exes have reportedly come to his defense