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Trump undoes climate change regulations; legal challenge looms

March 28, 2017
Flanked by coal miners, Trump enacted his "Energy Independence" executive order at the Environmental Protection Agency; a coalition of 23 states and local governments vowed to fight the order in court, though Sen. Steve Daines, R-Montana, supported the move.

Montana joins Utah in suit against asbestos trusts

March 27, 2017
The Montana attorney general has joined 12 other states in filing a civil suit against four of the nation's largest asbestos bankruptcy trusts over allegations they're bilking the system and failing to reimburse states for Medicaid and Medicare expenses.

One hot tamale: farm-to-table cuisine a hit on West Broadway

March 27, 2017
Kim West, who opened Tia's restaurant last September with her partner Kari Brittain, took the success of her food truck – Tia's Tamales – and turned it into the newest attraction on West Broadway.

Bullock recognizes Montana SBDC for entrepreneurial role

March 23, 2017
Since its founding in 1989, the Montana chapter of the SBDC program has assisted more than 29,000 state entrepreneurs and nearly 6,500 businesses.

Mountain Water purchase "weeks or months" away, city says

March 22, 2017
Dale Bickell, the city's CAO, brought the council up to speed on a recent court ruling in which Missoula District Judge Karen Townsend ordered Mountain Water to recalculate the attorney fees it's seeking from the city in the case.

Washington Companies bid $1.1B for Canadian diamond company

March 21, 2017
The Washington Companies said this week it has bid $1.1 billion to acquire Dominion Diamond Corporation in Canada - an offer that was made public after private talks hit an impasse.

Albertsons in talks to acquire Sprouts Farmers Market

March 20, 2017
Missoula's largest grocery business, Albertsons, has held preliminary talks with Sprouts Farmers Market Inc, indicating a possible merger that would continue the rapid consolidation of the nation's grocery industry.

Secret Seconds facelift to boost YWCA's social programs

March 17, 2017
The YWCA's Secret Seconds store off Stephens Avenue will be getting a facelift this spring; the YWCA believes the enhancements will boost business and support its programs, from transitional housing to its domestic and sexual violence shelter.

Missoula JC Penney survives closures; Helena and Sidney don't

March 17, 2017
The J.C. Penney store in Missoula survived the company's latest round of cuts, though stores in Helena and Sidney will close at the company continues to consolidate its footprint and raise is brand.
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