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Win Cash Official Rules – April 2018
WIN CASH – PHASE 1
Spring 2018 - RULES
Sweepstakes Name: “Win Cash ” (Or "Free Money Cash Code”)
Sweepstakes Dates: April 2, 2018 to April 20, 2018
Station(s): KMHK FM(the "Station(s)")
Station Address: 27 N 27th St.
Stati…
Musselshell Ice Jams
The Billings Gazette reports that ice jams along the Musselshell River moved a bit downstream Sunday, partially allaying concerns among county officials that backed-up water could spill over the banks and into flood-prone areas.
Musselshell County Disaster and Emergency Services Deputy Director Justi…
Friends Dropped By
This morning we had a dozen friends stop by the house just to take a load off and rest a while. I guess they feel safe at my place. Ain't Life Grand!!!
UM Enrollment Down Again
University of Montana officials have shared some information about recruitment at their flagship, saying enrollment has been a challenge. Vice president for enrollment Tom Crady explained how UM anticipates another overall drop this coming fall, given the size of its graduating class of over 2,600..…
Two-Time Spelling Bee Winner
Q2 reports that, for the second year in a row, a Gardiner middle school student has won the Treasure State Spelling Bee.
Gardiner School eighth grader Aidan Veress was the winner. He also won last year’s statewide spelling contest as a 7th grader...
Great Falls DUI
A Great Falls woman has been charged with driving under the influence after allegedly crashing into a truck on 15th Street South early Sunday morning. 49-year-old Donna Miranda was driving the wrong way and collided with a truck near 4th Avenue South...
Methodist Church Dialogue
Grace United Methodist Church invites the community to a Rural Race Dialogue workshop entitled “Welcome the Stranger: The Stories We Share,” at the church, located at 1935 Avenue B, at 9 a.m. on Saturday, March 17th.
Western Sugar Coop Pollutants
A report issued Thursday by watchdog groups Environment Montana and Frontier Group says that Western Sugar Cooperative in Billings exceeded its permitted limit for release of materials including toxic pollutant ammonia nitrogen, E. coli and fecal coli-form into the Yellowstone River 56 times during …
2016 Police Report
The murder rate in Billings decreased significantly in 2017 from 2015, but according to the annual Billings police report released Thursday, robberies, rapes and police shootings have increased dramatically over that same time period. Go to; KTVQ...

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