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New West Daily Roundup for May 6, 2016


Today in New West news: women entrepreneurs lead way in Montana, Terry Tempest Williams leaving University of Utah, Laramie Plains Museum to honor nine historic Wyoming women Saturday, and mining the former Peter Guber estate.

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New West Daily Roundup for May 2, 2016

MSU, Montana State University

Today in New West news: Montana State University (MSU) researcher pioneers new brain study tech, Billings Bookstore Co-op hires Red Lodge Books & Tea owner, Sports Authority to close all 450 stores, and six Utah companies lead trade mission to German business expo.

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New West Daily Roundup for Apr. 25, 2016

main hall university of montana missoula

Today in New West news: Jon Krakauer to appear before Montana Supreme Court, water rights along the Tongue River, transit-oriented development along DIA train track, and an update on Brewvies.

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Review: For A Little While By Rick Bass

Rick Bass For A LIttle While

Montana author Rick Bass is something of a quiet miracle.

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Review: The Ancient Minstrel by Jim Harrison

Jim Harrison

There’s something patented about a Jim Harrison novella collection. They’re his de facto trademark.

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New West Daily Roundup for Apr. 5, 2016

Brett Bohrer, AP

Today in New West news: Joseph Medicine Crow dies, Yellowstone wolves and mange, and new marijuana regulations heading to Denver city council.

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Review: Improbable Fortunes by Jeffrey Price

Improbable Fortunes, Thomas Hart Benton, Trail Riders

It’s all but impossible to mistake a Thomas Hart Benton painting for any other; they’re always so distinctive.

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In Memoriam: Jim Harrison

Jim Harrison

It is with heavy hearts that we report Jim Harrison has passed away yesterday at the age of 78.

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Book Review: The Valles Caldera by Gary L. Stuart

The Valles Caldera

In spite of the foreboding name, the Valles Caldera is not a hazardous place.

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New West Daily Roundup for Feb. 2, 2016

Courtesy of Arapahoe Libraries

Today in New West news: Arapahoe librarian named National Librarian of the Year, CDC declares Chipotle E. coli outbreak over, and wildlife-migration routes in Wyoming.

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