Monthly Archives September 2007

McGrath: Report on Student Loans in Montana Finds No Abuses

HELENA – Attorney General Mike McGrath today released a report that examined the way Montana institutions of higher education handle student loans, particularly how lenders qualify to be included on the preferred lender lists given to students and their parents.

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Office of Victim Services Receives Encourage-to-Arrest Grant

HELENA – Montana Attorney General Mike McGrath said Thursday that the state’s Office of Victim Services has received a two-year, $865,000 grant to continue the Encourage to Arrest Project.

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Twelve New Troopers Join MHP

HELENA – The Montana Highway Patrol recently welcomed 12 new troopers in a swearing-in ceremony and banquet.

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State, Tribal Law Enforcement Agencies to Hold Meeting, Renewal Ceremony

HELENA – The State of Montana and the Flathead Tribes law enforcement cooperative will hold a listening session and agreement renewal ceremony on Thursday, September 20 at 1 p.m. at tribal headquarters in Pablo.

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State Solicits Comments on Draft Upper Clark Fork Restoration Work Plan

HELENA  – The state is seeking public comment on draft funding recommendations for projects designed to restore the Upper Clark Fork River Basin, Natural Resource Damage Program specialist Kathleen Coleman announced Wednesday.

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