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Helix Business Solutions adds technology sector to Dillon economy

If you have listened to Montana gubernatorial candidate Greg Gianforte speak on his economic plans, one key area regarding jobs is to bring the state’s kids home with high paying jobs in the technology sector. Gianforte and his wife founded and grew RightNow Technologies in Bozeman before selling the business to the multi-national corporation Oracle. Read More…

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In a hopeful sign, Wyoming unemployment rate falls for first time in 18 months

Wyoming’s unemployment rate fell in August for the first time in 18 months, the Department of Workforce Services reported Tuesday. The shift from 5.7 percent unemployment in July to 5.5 percent last month is not a statistically significant drop, but it offers hope that the state economy is stabilizing. Natrona County had the fourth-largest decrease Read More…

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Bullock defends trips to concert, Kentucky Derby

Republican-leaning websites Friday posted stories questioning trips that Gov. Steve Bullock and administration officials have taken to Missoula and the Kentucky Derby. The governor’s office says the trips were, respectively, to conduct state business, and to fulfill Bullock’s role as head of the Democratic Governors’ Association. Newstalk KGVO’s assertion that Bullock also traveled to Puerto Read More…

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Charlotte protesters march for sixth night

Click here to view the full story Angry protesters have filled the streets of Charlotte everyday since the Tuesday killing.(REUTERS) A couple hundred demonstrators chanted and marched through Charlotte on Sunday, as protests persisted after the release of two videos showing the fatal shooting of a black man by police officers in North Carolina’s largest Read More…

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5 things to watch at the presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump

Click here to view the full story Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. (Agence France-Presse via Getty Images) Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will meet Monday at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y., for their first presidential debate — the face-to-face culmination of months of fierce political battle. They will bring their own aims and political baggage, their own Read More…

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Hillary v. Trump: Round One

Click here to view the full storyAfter all the hoopla, the anticipation, and a series of increasingly negative ads, Hillary and Trump will finally find themselves together on a stage for the first time tonight, as Lester Holt moderates at Hofstra University. This could be either the nastiest debate in television history, or it could Read More…

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Normalize This

Click here to view the full storyAs the distance between the present moment and Election Day 2016 shrinks, and as key polls tighten, it’s becoming clear that the prospect of a Donald Trump presidency has liberals and progressives in a panic. But if the Democrats lose their minds, it will only level the playing field; Read More…

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Weekend Sports In Brief

Click here to view the full storyGOLF Arnold Palmer brought a country club sport to the masses with a hard-charging style, charisma and a commoner’s touch. At ease with both presidents and the golfing public, and on a first-name basis with both, “The King” died Sunday in Pittsburgh. He was 87. Alastair Johnston, CEO of Read More…

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The Art of Hillary Dealing With Trump

Click here to view the full story X Story Stream recent articles Hillary Clinton is turning to the man who helped “create” Donald Trump in the hope of unlocking the secret of how to neutralise the billionaire populist in tomorrow night’s presidential debate. With the exception of his children and perhaps his wives, no one Read More…

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Two Tax Extremists For President

Click here to view the full story What a pair to draw to! With respect to income taxes, estate taxes and the appropriate use of tax exempt foundations, neither candidate represents American values. Hillary Clinton, who makes no investments in the free market, wants to increase capital gains taxes, wants to effectively cause tens of Read More…

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If Sheriff Joe Gives an SJW a Cookie

Click here to view the full story South Bay California politics is heating up. I’m not talking about San Jose. I’m talking about Torrance, my home, the Balanced City. Our state assembly seat is California’s balance of power, where Democrats are desperate to re-seize the supermajority in Sacramento. But we’re not going to take the Read More…

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