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This Week’s Trending Montana Stories: August 30, 2013

Here’s a look at some of the biggest stories trending in Montana.

  • As Peter Christian was interviewing Fire Information Officer Paula Short on Friday morning, thunder and lightning could be heard in the background. A red flag warning is in effect for the area until 3 p.m.  Read more
  • It’s no secret that Montanan’s love beer. We have a staggering 32 licensed breweries in the state, all delivering delicious hoppy goodness. But how do we stand in beer consumption across the country? Very close to the top of the keg.  Read more
  • It’s time for the Samuel Adams Octoberfest Classic. This is your chance to form a team of four of five of our closest friends, download the entry form from our web site and golf at some of the best mini golf holes Billings’ bars have to offer! For cash prizes no less. Read more
  • New relaxed marijuana laws in Washington and Colorado have helped lead to new policies by the U.S. Justice Department, allowing states to regulate the drug, as long as they keep it away from children, the black market and off federal property. Read more
  • So there is something pretty cool going on in Billings this weekend!  What is it you may ask?  Burn the Point! If you love classic cars, this is the event for you! Read more
  • Are You Maroon Ready? The Griz are in the final stages of preparation for the first game of the 2013 football season.  It’s Saturday night under the lights against Appalachian State. There have been a lot of plans  made for the home opener.  Read more
  • The 2013 Spruce Moose Festival is coming soon to the venue at 9,000 feet at Big Sky Resort, Friday August 30th and Saturday August 31st. We recently heard of an exciting opportunity to win backstage meet and greet passes with the bands!  Read more
  • Mothers, students, and concerned citizens gathered in downtown Billings today to protest Judge G. Todd Baugh’s 30-day jail sentence for former teacher Stacey Dean Rambold. Rambold was convicted of raping a 14-year-old Cherice Morales, who later committed suicide.  For failing to meet the obligations of his rape conviction, Judge G. Todd Baugh sentenced Rambold to 15 years in prison, with all  time suspended except 30 days. Read more
  • Each state in America has its own unique brand of degenerate.  The U.S.A. is simply a melting pot of perverts that our Founding Fathers once dreamed of.When it comes to browsing the world wide web for adult content, how much porn does the state of Montana consume compared to other states in the nation? The answer, may or may not surprise you.  Read more
  • The 2013 Spruce Moose is this Friday and Saturday featuring Galactic, Ozomatli, Chali 2na and more up at Big Sky Resort. With so much awesomeness we want to give you an easily accessible guide to everything you need to know from tips on attending to how to make your photos famous! Read more
  • I had the most amazing morning!  Who wouldn’t like to wake up and go for a helicopter ride, right?  Considering I’m terrified of heights, normally the answer to that would be “Me”! But I didn’t chicken out and had a ton of fun!  And though the pilot looks young enough to be in grade school, he was actually close to my age and a great pilot!  Read more
  • The basketball court and baseball fields at the Lolo schools were filled with firefighters and firefighting tools , August 29. Lolo Middle School Principal Shawna Kientz said it was meaningful to see the children visiting with the firefighters that had helped save their school from the Lolo Creek Complex.   Read more

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