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Kelly Clarkson's Ex-Husband Brandon Blackstock Buys $1.8 Million Montana Home

Kelly Clarkson's ex-husband and former manager Brandon Blackstock has a new home. Following their divorce and Clarkson being awarded their Montana ranch, Blackson just purchased his own $1.8 million home, seemingly with the settlement funds he was granted in their split. Us Weekly reports that per a deed transfer obtained, the 45-year-old purchased the home in Butte, Montana. He also renamed his cattle ranching business, which was previously known as Vintage Valley Ranch, to V Bar V Cattle Co. after the divorce was finalized. His plan is to retire from the entertainment industry and become a full-time rancher.
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Kelly Clarkson’s Ex- Brandon Blackstock Buys Montana Residence

Kelly Clarkson’s ex-husband Brandon Blackstock, who was asked to leave Kelly’s Montana Ranch after their messy divorce in 2020, has now purchased a Montana home for himself, which cost close to $1.8 million. Us Weekly reports that according to a deed transfer, Brandon purchased the home in Butte,...
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Community members react to SCOTUS ruling

MISSOULA, Mont. - The United States Supreme Court today overturned its landmark decision in Roe v. Wade that established the right to an abortion. Montanans are speaking out tonight, following the supreme court's ruling. We usually expect to see folks heading to the streets as soon as a ruling like...
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Help Me Ben: The family history of the bullet holes

THREE FORKS, Mont. – It’s funny what you find in the closet. Things you haven’t looked at in decades suddenly become the most important possessions you own. One month ago, I had the opportunity to help a Helena woman. Brenda Clark has, in her possession, a Japanese Yosegaki Hinomaru, or “Good Luck Flag” from World War Two. Her father told her that it was given to him by a Japanese soldier, right after the war ended. Her Dad has since passed away, but something has been stirring inside Brenda to find that Japanese soldier, or his family, and return the flag.
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Colt Anderson Skills Camp inspires campers to pursue big dreams

HELENA — Thursday, Cincinnati Bengals special teams coach and Butte native Colt Anderson hosted his Dream Big Skills Camp at Naranche Stadium in part with his non-profit, the Colt Anderson Dream Big Foundation. His foundation is founded on instilling excitement towards the future, encouraging hard work, self accountability, and...
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Cunningham, Doherty roll as Miners sweep Cubs

Butte Game 1 starter Ethan "Easy" Cunningham delivers a pitch Friday evening at 3 Legends Stadium. (Bill Foley photo) Not long after Ethan “Easy” Cunningham flirted with a no-hitter Friday night, Rye Doherty sealed the deal. Both Butte Miners starters pitched shutouts as the Miners swept a South...
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FWP Wants Your Opinion On Several Proposals for August 25 Commission Meeting

HELENA – Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comment on several proposals slated to go to the Fish and Wildlife Commission in August. Under the new commission process, FWP is taking public comment on these proposals now and will present the collected comments and proposals to the commission for their review and decisions on Aug. 25. Commissioners can offer amendments to the proposals as they see fit. The proposals and supporting documents, commissioner amendments and collected public comment will be available on the FWP website two weeks prior to the commission meeting.
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Puff Man’s Giving Away 101 “Objects”

The beautiful coffee table book, "A History of Montana in 101 Objects" will be up for grabs tomorrow, Saturday morning at 7:30, on Puff Man Sports Trivia. This book from the Montana Historical Society Press in Helena, showcases the remarkable collection of artifacts preserved at our Montana Historical Society. This assemblage of objects & interpretive essays draws attention to the diversity of experiences-the triumphs & the sorrow, the everyday struggles & joys that made Montana. "Sorrows" & "struggles," reminds me of trying to figure out the high school sports brackets! Be sure to check the book out at mhs.mt.gov, &then listen to WIN at 7:30, Saturday morning...
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