Arvon Fielding of Never Give Up Apiary in Kalispell has been told he can no longer sell his bees’ raw honey at local farmers markets because of a new interpretation of state code by the Montana Department of Health and Human Services, which requires him to obtain a retail food license.
| Apr. 19, 2014 | 3:08am
 

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Montana state Sen. Jennifer Fielder said federal land management is hamstrung by bad policies.



Browning officials say Blackfeet tribal leaders are mailing false billing notices to residents.



Impacts of Baucus' decision ripples into election year.



Part of the pipeline would run through Montana.



Decision over the controversial oil pipeline likely punted past the midterm elections.



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"If we made decisions on permits this way in MT, our economy would grind to a halt" @GovernorBullock on #KeystoneXL delay
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KALISPELL, MT: You'll find the box in a brick building filled with history. Skateboards, pizza, clocks & ties #THTH14
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Browning, Blackfeet Utility Dispute Goes to Court http://t.co/GnpOwOcwhn