Monthly Archives June 2002

Gambling Control Division, LGS Reach Agreement

HELENA – The Gambling Control Division of the Montana Department of Justice today announced that it has reached a settlement agreement with Lodging and Gaming Systems (LGS) of Reno, Nevada, in relation to the development of the state’s Automated Accounting and Reporting System.

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As Independence Day Approaches, Fire Marshal Cautions Montanans

HELENA – With Independence Day just a few days away, Montana Fire Marshal Terry Phillips Monday reminded Montanans that fireworks and children can be a dangerous combination.

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Billings West Driver License Station to Close Wednesday

HELENA – Motor Vehicle Division Bureau Chief Anita Drews-Oppedahl announced Monday that the Billings West driver license station at Lamplighter Square will close at the end of business Wednesday, June 26. The closure comes as the Department of Justice trims its budget in the face of a shrinking statewide budget surplus.

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Driver Licensing Workers Targets for Some Angry Customers

HELENA – State of Montana Motor Vehicle Division administrators said recently that staff members at driver license bureaus increasingly have become the targets of inappropriate, sometimes hostile behavior from customers.

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Lightning Fries Phones at Title & Registration Bureau

HELENA – A lightning strike is the likely culprit that fried phone lines at the Title and Registration bureau in Deer Lodge this weekend, Motor Vehicle Division administrator Dean Roberts said Tuesday morning.

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McGrath: Three Reappointed to Gaming Advisory Council

HELENA – Attorney General Mike McGrath has reappointed three members to three-year terms on the Gaming Advisory Council.

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