Weekend: Glacier Tennis, Grace Evidence, Bozeman Shooting

By Beacon Staff

Good morning. On the Beacon today, Glacier High sophomore Liana Bates is dominating the tennis courts this season, and as of this writing, has yet to lose even a set. One of the three finalists for the Polson city manager job has withdrawn his application. The judge in the Grace trial has excluded all but seven of 53 pieces of evidence submitted by the prosecution. And Warren Miller writes about celebrating Easter with some spring corn skiing.

The state House withdrew from talks on a key budget bill to consider funding a voter-approved expansion of Children’s Health Insurance. The state Senate confirmed Dan Bucks as director of the state Revenue Department by a wide margin yesterday. Ranchers in southeast Montana are being devastated by the cold weather that has hit in the middle of calving season. And a woman in Bozeman was fatally shot in her home in a domestic violence situation. Have a great day.

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