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  2. Laurel, Montana - Wikipedia

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    The Billings Canal, used for irrigation, starts in Laurel. Transportation. The City of Laurel now has two types of public transit available to City residents: a Demand-Response Service and a Van Pool to Billings. Demand-Response Service is available Monday-Friday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. This door-to-door service requires advance notice.

  3. Montana - Wikipedia

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    Montana (/ m ɒ n ˈ t æ n ə / ()) is a state in the Mountain West division of the Western United States.It is bordered by Idaho to the west, North Dakota and South Dakota to the east, Wyoming to the south, and the Canadian provinces of Alberta, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan to the north.

  4. Choteau, Montana - Wikipedia

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    Choteau is a city in and the county seat of Teton County, Montana, United States. It lies along U.S. Routes 89 and 287, (the latter terminating at the former in this city) approximately 20 miles (32 km) east of the Rocky Mountains, near Flathead National Forest, the Rocky Mountain Division of Lewis and Clark National Forest, and Glacier National Park.

  5. Big Horn, Wyoming - Wikipedia

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    "Big Horn Pioneers." Published by Big Horn Public Schools, 1961. Hunter, Deck. Big Horn City: Wyoming Territory. Volumes I-IV. Self-published, 1991. King, Bucky. The History of Big Horn Polo. Sheridan: Still Sailing, 1987. Morton, Sam. Where the Rivers Run North. Slack, Judy, the Bozeman Trail Museum and the Big Horn Historical Society.

  6. Bridger, Montana - Wikipedia

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    Bridger is a town in Carbon County, Montana, United States.It is part of the Billings, Montana Metropolitan Statistical Area.The population was 662 at the 2020 census.. The town of Bridger was named for the scout Jim Bridger.

  7. Dillon, Montana - Wikipedia

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    Dillon was founded in the Beaverhead Valley as a railroad town in 1880. Originally named “Terminus” as it was temporarily the northernmost stop on the Utah and Northern Railway while it was under construction, in 1881, the community was renamed for Union Pacific Railroad President Sidney Dillon, who had directed the project of bringing the railroad through to Butte, Montana.

  8. Ozark, Missouri - Wikipedia

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    Ozark is a city in and the county seat of Christian County, Missouri. Its population was 21,284 as of the 2020 census. The 2019 population estimate was 20,482. Ozark is also the third largest city in the Springfield, Missouri Metropolitan Area, and is centered along a business loop of U.S. Route 65, where it intersects with Missouri Route 14

  9. Columbus, Montana - Wikipedia

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    Woltermann Memorial Airport is a public use airport located southeast of town. The 100 kW solar array at the Stillwater Smelter was the first “behind-the-meter” industrial scale solar installation project in Montana. Education. Columbus Public Schools educates students from kindergarten through 12th grade.