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Kiplinger Names Wyoming as Number 1 on Most Tax Friendly States

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Kiplinger.com recently released their updated list for most and least tax friendly states.

Day Two of Interim Joint Revenue Committee Meeting

Guest Editorial By: Gail Symons

Joint Interim Revenue Committee Meets in Johnson County

Guest Editorial By: Gail Symons

Lodge Grass Murder Scene Destroyed By Fire

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The home in Lodge Grass, Montana where the triple homicide that occurred last week took place has been destroyed by a fire. According to KTVQ.com FBI Supervisory Senior Resident Agent Travis Burrows said the house was burned "to the ground" early Tuesday morning.

Tongue River Complex Fires Burn in Montana

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Two fires are burning in Rosebud County, Montana on Miles City District BLM Lands. The Tongue River Complex was started by an undetermined source and has already covered 15,400 acres of land.

Spearfish Fire Cause Can’t Be 100% Determined

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The Cause of the fire that took the lives of 5 children in Spearfish, SD can not be completely determined. According to the Rapid City Journal, investigators say that although the cause remains unknown, they did find the point at which the fire started.

Boston: The Documentary to Screen in Billings

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While a guest on our news talk show Public Pulse, Producer/Director Jon Dunham talked about his new film that will be screened at select theaters next Tuesday. Entitled, Boston: The Documentary, the film takes a look at the Boston Marathon.

Victims of Spearfish, SD House Fire Cause of Death Revealed

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The 5 victims of a house fire that occurred in Spearfish, SD on April 1st, were killed by smoke inhalation. According to the Rapid City Journal, the victim’s identities and cause of death were determined by the Lawrence County Coroner's Office forensic medical examinations.

5 Children Reported Dead in Spearfish, SD House Fire

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In the early morning hours of Saturday, a fire was reported at a multifamily residence in Spearfish, South Dakota. According to the Rapid City Journal, the residence was described as a two-story house, with an apartment attached to the back.

Montana State Prison Settlement Agreement

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As previously reported by Sheridan Media, attorneys for prisoners with disabilities at the Montana State Prison and the state of Montana have jointly filed a motion with the court requesting preliminary approval of a class action settlement regarding how prisoners with disabilities are treated.

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