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Winter Storm Valerie Forces Closure of Interstate 80 in Wyoming as Heavy Snow, Strong Winds Impact the West

Interstate 80 in southeast Wyoming was closed Thursday morning in both directions ... on social media in parts of Montana Wednesday afternoon, and more than 4,000 homes and businesses lost power in the Missoula area Wednesday afternoon, according to ...

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