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The relative silence over the disappearance of two Native American women was Deborah Maytubee-Shipman’s call to action.
Native American women and children go missing at an alarming rate in Montana, and their families and investigators can spend years searching for them, sometimes to no avail.
There has never been a day Diane Lynn Medicine Horse's children didn't think of her, her daughter Natasha Rondeau said. She is in their hearts, but she hasn't been seen alive since Sept. 28, 1981.
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About a dozen lines of stainless steel can be found winding up the limestone cliffs on Mount Helena.
Demolition is underway on Helena's Capital Hill Mall, which was finished in 1965, and will be nothing more than a memory in a month or so.
Around 4:30 a.m. 30 years ago today, the live-in director of a Carroll College residence hall was jolted awake by what he thought was an earthquake.