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We are Laurel Montana's main news source. We also cover Park City and Joliet.
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Laurel Outlook 6h
The Tri-County Sportsman’s Group will hold their 4th annual fundraising banquet on March 30, 2019. They are currently soliciting grant applications for distribution of funds raised at the 2018 banquet.
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Laurel Outlook 8h
Six members of Laurel’s band and choir were selected to attend and perform at the National Association of Music Education conference in Portland, Ore. this week.
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Laurel Outlook 10h
God forgives and restores Rev. Billy Holland
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Laurel Outlook 12h
Gardening at 46 N Degrees Latitude When to Plant Field by Larry G. Field
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Laurel Outlook 14h
: Ramblings of a Conservative Cow Doctor String is like socialism: It’s easy to swallow but hard to pass By Krayton Kerns
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Laurel Outlook Feb 18
From the Mayor’s Desk Ready or not: Growth coming to Laurel, projects planned and underway by Tom Nelson, Mayor
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Laurel Outlook Feb 18
Laurel’s Mckenzie Klunder*, Megan Mosby* and Jonathan Verlanic have been named named to the University of Montana–Western 2018 fall semester Dean’s List.
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Laurel Outlook Feb 18
After a fun-filled spirit week at West School the January Buzz winners have been announced. These students were chosen as super examples of respectful, responsible and safe kids. The Buzz winners from the first grade class are seen in this photo.
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Laurel Outlook Feb 18
Park City Senior Austin Popp shoots for 2 during Saturday’s game against Fromberg. Seniors Connor McNeil
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Laurel Outlook Feb 18
Lawmakers are considering a bill that would change labor laws in Montana, prohibiting unions from charging non-member public employees union dues.
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Laurel Outlook Feb 17
Russian-Germans may leave area if not allowed to speak German at church in 1919
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Laurel Outlook Feb 17
Senator Al Olszewksi introduced Senate Bill 206 on Monday to require country-of-origin for beef and pork at retail stores in MT. The bill would require retailers to display a placard at counters differentiating between meat that falls in three categories
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Laurel Outlook Feb 17
Gov. Steve Bullock is once again proposing Montana launch a state-funded preschool program for those who cannot afford private pre-kindergarten programs for their children.
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Laurel Outlook Feb 17
Laurel disturbance results in arrest of Park City man Laurel Police At 516 911 caller.
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Laurel Outlook Feb 17
Lawmakers in the House Business and Labor Committee voted down a bill that would have raised the state’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2020.
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Laurel Outlook Feb 16
The following reports are cases deposed by the City Court. The report summarized the sentences imposed by the Laurel City Court. The Supreme Court software program does not always reflect the actual total of fines and fees, so a minor variation may report.
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Laurel Outlook Feb 16
How will Montana mine will effect climate change?
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Laurel Outlook Feb 16
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Laurel Outlook Feb 16
After a long, up-and-down two days for the Laurel Locomotives wrestling team at MetraPark in Billings, their wrestling season has finally came to a close. Laurel sent 14 varsity wrestlers to the Metra this past weekend, and the team placed seventh overall.
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Laurel Outlook Feb 16
Harry Cheff and Anette Satterly from the Montana Schools Group Insurance Authority reviewed their Hazard Assessment for each building in the district at School Board meeting.
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