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Kalispell Daily Inter Lake (Newspaper) - December 15, 1998, Kalispell, Montana Montana Racicot says removing Clinton from office goes a step too far , n a i apr rpm Vine Quot rpm Val from Nofiro in in feint he Cnoc Nrec it Roundup Gas prices dip below at some pumps Billings apr a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline sold for 99 cents at most pumps in Billings tuesday 17 cents less than the average Cost in Montana in november according to figures provided by the american automobile association. The last time Gas prices went below a Dollar in Montana was in the Spring of 1989, said sue Akey of the aaa office in Helena. Akey said the drop in prices is the result of a decline in the Cost of a barrel of crude Oil. A $10 barrel of Oil today would have Cost about $16.50 a year ago. Akey said the latest drop in prices has nothing to do with i-134, the constitutional initiative that deregulated fuel pricing in Montana. Although voters approved 1-134 in november it does no to become Law until Jan. 1. Training Money goes to displaced workers great Falls apr the . Labor department is making available $563,750 in Job training Money to former Buttrey food and drug employees Laid off when the company was purchased by Albertsons sen. Max Baucus announced tuesday. The Money will go to the state department of labor and Industry to assist 110 of the 157 workers dislocated As a result of the closure of the distribution Center and general office he said. The training program is being coordinated by the Montana Job training partnership and the Montana Al Cion a project Challenge. Rancher accused in drug conspiracy Bilings apr a i a me Deer rancher accused in a drug conspiracy must remain in jail until his trial because he presents a danger to the youth of his Community a Federal magistrate has ruled. . Magistrate Richard Anderson said he was concerned about allegations that Gilbert Little Bird 56, and co defendants used children As Young As 9 in a drug distribution scheme. Defense attorney Larry Jent of Bozeman had requested Little Bird be released under an electronic monitoring system. But Federal prosecutor Shelley Hicks said that in addition to endangering his Community there was a Strong Chance Little Bird would flee. Some of the children he is accused of involving Are his own Hicks said monday. Little Bird is one of 10 people in Montana and Oregon who Are charged with distributing 450 pounds of methamphetamine. Investigators say Large quantities were taken to Indian reservations in Montana. Transgender Man stabbed to death Clovis Calif. Apr two suspects have been arrested in the stabbing death of a former Montana Man who had been living As a woman Here. Charles Roe formerly of Billings mont., was killed on sept. 20 and his apartment set afire in an apparent attempt to cover up the crime. Roe got breast implants after he moved to California and took up life As Chanel Chandler police said. With his new identity he lived quietly like a a Normal single 22-year-old woman a a said Micheline Golden a spokeswoman for the Clovis police department. Police identified the accused As Christopher Joseph Lopez 20, and a 16-year-old boy. The suspected motive for the slaying was not disclosed. A a we re still being rather tight with information until it goes to court a Golden said monday. The Best lunch value on the big Mountain is Back 4.9s lunch special in the heart of the big Mountain Village a air meow Restiv Kat a Al a nil Timm Rinh Yeti tiv Jug i 862-6966 amp Helena apr removing president Clinton from office is too harsh a punishment for the crimes he allegedly has committed gov. Marc Racicot said tuesday. A former prosecutor he said Clinton and leaders of the gop controlled House should try to reach some kind of plea agreement that would avoid even the need for the House to Send articles of impeachment to the Senate for a trial. A it appears to me that there ought to be some sort of inquiry made As to whether the president is willing to accept some responsibility without a trial a Racicot said in an interview. A removal from office is disproportionate to the offence the key is for Clinton to admit to the charges against him but even that May not derail the impeachment train with the full House scheduled to vote on impeachment thursday he said. A the process in the House May be too far Down the Road at this although the Republican position is that a lesser punishment of censure is not allowed in the . Constitution Racicot said his experience in negotiating agreements with defendants suggests anything is possible. A what parties agree to is what. In fact becomes possible a he said. Racicot said he is troubled by the length of time a Senate trial would require the influence partisan politics has had on the impeachment process for both sides of the aisle and the Uncertain outcome of a trial in the Senate. Should the impeachment process reach the Senate that chamber a goal should be to assess responsibility and establish the truth of what Clinton has done he added. For punishment the Senate has alternatives to removal such As a Public rebuke on the floor of Congress or a Fine he said. Just digital f 35mm slides amp negatives to pc disks tvs store your favorite images on your pc images available on 3.5" disk or cd great for email websites amp ads Etsy fiet Fil custom resolutions amp file types jul we can put photos on disks also pm. 406 257-5763 Call for info amp free Mailer Yff where s a a a in a a a \ a a a a a a a a a f. A a. T a. A a a a. A a a a a s \ Vav v _ Forest service blk to go ahead with plan to ban at off Road travel Billings apr top administrators with the . Forest service and the Bureau of land management agreed tuesday to proceed with a proposal to ban All terrain vehicles from Cross country travel on most Federal lands in Montana and parts of the Dakotas. Regional forester Dale Bosworth and blk state director Larry Hamilton said they Hope the plan will Lead to a consistent policy on blk and Forest service lands that would be easily understood by the Public. Fred Bower the Forest services Northern Region transportation planner has said the majority of travel plans were developed before the dramatic increase in All terrain vehicle at use. The new process would create an interim travel plan amendment that would address key resource issues created by the growing popularity of Atves he said. With that amendment in place Federal land managers would then develop More detailed site specific travel plans he said. Currently millions of acres of Federal land in Montana Are open to motorized use for activities that include sightseeing Wood cutting fishing and Hunting. The agencies say Cross country travel can spread noxious weeds cause erosion damage cultural Sites disrupt wildlife and create user conflicts. Bower said the amendment will address Only wheeled vehicles. The Issue of snowmobiles on Federal lands will be considered later he said. In Montana the blk manages about 8.5 acres of Public land. Approximately 5 million acres of blk land Are considered open to Cross country motorized travel 3.4 million acres Are limited to existing or designated roads and trails and 99,000 acres Are closed. The Forest service manages 18.2 million acres in Montana and the Dakotas located within nine National forests and the Dakota Prairie grasslands. Forest plans vary considerably in the amount of area designated As open restricted or closed for off Highway vehicle use. Figures of How much of that land is open to off Highway vehicles were not available. Bosworth said some of the v clean Kars inc. W pointless Dent repair minor body dents Hwy 2, Coli Tibia fails it a 406/8925011 local author Fred Salter signing his new Book Maverick Tumbleweed saturday december 19 a 12pm 2pm the Village Book a she Aein by great gifts or All Ages the Village Book shop r a where every customer is special Gateway West mall the Summit 752-8041 257-5966 Imi professional cleaning \ / 755-2283 carpet amp upholstery cleaning Blower assisted drying Verj meticulous Edge big or Corner guards a protect Walls amp furnishings door drape Imp Kem com a neat in we Balte lands with the most potential for resource damage and user conflicts from off Highway vehicle use Are in the Deer Lodge Lewis amp Clark Helena and Beaverhead National forests. Hamilton said blk lands with similar potential Are the National wild and Scenic River area of the Missouri Breaks and Large open areas near Miles City and Lewis town. While lands near Garnet ghost town in Western Montana Are fairly Well regulated More restrictions May be needed because of growth he said. The Sweet grass Hills in Nort Central Montana Are closed because of cultural issues he said. Eres a Meyer Snow a plow Snow lows email 2789 Hwy. 93 so. A Kalispell it open . 8am-6pm a Days 755-6009 Deanna Mcafee the Best rates in the state. Whether your credit is perfect or not so perfect Call 406 752-5532 101. South main is Haliy wll Trust a service a Quality care our Gilt to you Lor Over 20 years 1 Hank Yon for letting us serve you. Happy holidays to you and yours. Rocky Mountain hearing Aid company of Montana inc. Call today 755-5077 240 1st ave. 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