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(Browning) -- The Montana Highway Patrol reported today that a pedestrian was killed Thursday night on U-S Highway Two, East of Browning when he was hit by a vehicle shortly before 8:30.  The 23-year old male from Browning was pronounced dead at the scene

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The Human Body
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Why does my stomach growl?

Mine did this morning and for some reason I said to self, why is that happening?  I was hungry but I wondered was it just because I was hungry.   As it turns out, it is not and it was very easy to find out why this happens

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School Lunch
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Revolt is in the air, Some food is in the trash can

We got another earful of information on the new school lunch menu's this morning from Sunburst Superintendent of Schools Tim Tharp.     In a Thursday morning interview on KSEN's This, That & The other, Tharp said, "to be honest with you Mark, we're not following them."

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School Lunch
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How’s the school lunch kids?

I read the school lunch menu's every morning here at KSEN and everything seems fine, but that's not what I'm hearing out on the street.  Last week when we talked to Shelby Student Council President Caydon Keller, he noted that they planned on using the $25-hundred dollars from Shopko (nice gesture by the way) to start a school store with lunch provisions in the store

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Grain prices up, shoot a bow at the Fair & build a robot

LOCAL GRAIN PRICES TOOK A BIG JUMP UPWARD THURSDAY.  WINTER WHEAT UP 32-37 CENTS AT THE CLOSE AND SPRING WHEAT UP 14-24
HIGHER. AT LOCAL ELEVATORS WINTER WHEAT, 12-PERCENT PROTEIN CLOSED
AT 8.73 A BUSHEL AND SPRING WHEAT CLOSED AT 9

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Commission Candidate proposes part-time

 

            (CONRAD) – PONDERA COUNTY CLERK & RECORDER JANICE HOPPES, WHO IS NOW A REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER SAYS SHE BELIEVES THE WORKLOAD IN THE COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE COULD BE HANDLED ON A PART-TIME BASIS.

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Athlete of the Week
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KSEN/K96 Bozeman Trophy Athlete of the Week

KSEN/K96 – Bozeman Trophy Athlete of the Week honors go to Senior Jordyn Vaile of Cut Bank. Vaile is almost certain to get out Cut Bank big points in the throwing events at every meet and she didn’t disappoint at the first meet of the season in Columbia Falls Saturday where the Cut Bank girls’ team finished second among 17 teams

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Coaching Legend agrees to speak at KSEN Athlete of the Year Banquet

A HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL COACHING LEGEND….THERE ARE NOT MANY MONTANA H.S. FOOTBALL FANS WHO DON’T RECOGNIZE THE NAME, RON KOWALSKI.

COACH KOWALSKI IS A ROUNDUP NATIVE WHO SPENT 32 YEARS COACHING IN CUT BANK AND 29 OF THOSE YEARS AS HEAD COACH

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Athlete of the Week
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2012′s First Athletes of the Week

(UNDATED) – OUR KSEN/K96 – BOZEMAN TROPHY ATHLETES OF THE WEEK THIS WEEK PROVE THAT YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE BIG TO MAKE A BIG IMPACT. BOTH ARE SMALL IN BODY FRAME BUT BIG PERFORMERS IN THEIR INDIVIDUAL SPORT.

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KSEN/K96 Athletes of the Week

Our KSEN/K96 - Bozeman Trophy Athlete's of the Week from the weekend of Nov. 3rd-5th, have played big roles for their very successful teams that have moved well into the playoff rounds.

Jessica Davis, a big middle hitter for the Choteau Lady Bulldogs had a very strong Divisional Tournament in which Choteau won the Championship

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Sandy Welch
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Long time Educator & Administrator committed to excellence in Public Schools

As one election comes to an end, the buildup to an even bigger election, still a year away, is beginning.  Just last week, a long time Educator and Administrator with a glowing personality, threw her hat in the ring to become the Superintendent of the State Office of Public instruction.

Sandy Welch, a Republican from Martin City in the Flathead Valley was on an early campaign trip in Conrad, Cut Bank, & Shelby Wednesday.   KSEN had the chance for a brief interview and you can hear it live after the jump.

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High Unemployment? Al Dosch says he can’t find workers!

The national unemployment rate remains over 9% and Montana's rate is still near 8-percent, so you might be surprised to hear Al Dosch of Al's Diesel in Cut Bank say he can't find workers.   Al blames the structure of the current structure of unemployment and welfare benefits.

"Right now, If I could find 'em, I would hire 10 more workers by tomorrow morning."   If we could find people who have a general idea of what we're doing and "wants to work, we'll even train them."    He says, don't get me wrong, there are people out there who need our help, but too many able-bodied people would rather take what the government will give them and not have to work.   If he could sit next to President Obama and suggest what's needed to create jobs, he would first say re-structure the welfare-unemployment structure and make all able-bodied people work.

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