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New West Roundup for April 24, 2017

Today in New West news: making Native America a destination, Trump to order review of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase, expert discusses coal’s decline at University of Wyoming, and the Front Range’s hot, hot tech scene.

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New West Daily Roundup for Jan. 11, 2017

Today in New West news: more energy leases cancelled in Badger-Two Medicine area, Senator Tester meets with Zinke as Montana parties name tentative timeline for replacement candidates, Utah tourism in 2017, and Grand Junction-based medical firm raises $7.6M in funding.

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New West Daily Roundup for Apr. 19, 2016

Today in New West news: Solenex LLC to challenge lease cancellation in Badger-Two Medicine Area, cell service in eastern Montana, Colorado unemployment, and Salt Lake City’s Brewvies poised to sue Utah attorney general, DABC.

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New West Daily Roundup for Mar. 29, 2016

National Bison Range

Today in New West news: Canadian bison to be relocated to northern Montana, an update on the greater sage grouse, and Chipotle gets “bearish” assessment.

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Saving Montana’s Rocky Mountain Front A Gift To Future Generations

Longtime public school teacher Gene Sentz always taught his students that when someone does you a favor, you say thanks and mean it. Sentz, who is also a sportsman, outfitter and conservationist in Choteau, Montana, has for years led a local grassroots effort with Friends of the Rocky Mountain Front, state and national groups to protect the Rocky Mountain Front in the Big Sky state from oil and natural gas drilling. Following recent action in Congress to safequard this important piece of the West where the stunning views of the Rockies yield to the dramatic roll of the Great Plains, Sentz has written this public thank you as a Christmas card in time for the holiday. President Bush signed the bill protecting the Front Wednesday. Read more here in a story from the Great Falls Tribune. Many neighboring states have closely watched efforts to protect the Front because it represents an important precedent that could reach all the way to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge.

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