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Missoula, Montana jury awards Kelly Logging $17M

Missoula jury awards Kelly logging 17M

After a weeklong trial in Missoula County District Court, a jury announced a nearly $17 million verdict late Thursday night in favor of a Missoula-based logging company and against its lender, First Interstate Bank.

Kelly Logging Inc. alleged that First Interstate took $762,000 out of its checking account to pay off a note that was current, was not due and had not matured. The jury found First Interstate liable for all of the claims against it.


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USDA ruling gives forest goods preference

USDA ruling gives forest goods preference

A U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) ruling is expected to benefit the nation’s forest products industry through a new preference in a government program for purchases of bio-based products. The USDA’s BioPreferred Program requires every federal agency to give a procurement preference to designated items composed of bio-based products…

Arizona forest thinning contract ‘A monumental task’

Arizona forest thinning contract: ‘A monumental task’

The logging company many hope will protect forested communities from catastrophic wildfires continues to struggle to marshal a massive effort, but hasn’t yet cut much, participants at a conference on Forest Health learned. Steve Horner, who is seeking to fulfill the biggest forest restoration contract in Forest Service history, said Good Earth has permission to cut some 15,000 acres already and expects another 10,000 in task orders shortly.

Vermont boy's ‘wish' granted, spends day with loggers

Vermont boy’s ‘wish’ granted: spends day with loggers

Make-A-Wish Vermont granted the wish of 6-year-old Keegan Brooks by taking him out for a day with Plum Creek Timber loggers in Essex County. Brooks suffers from muscular dystrophy, which severely reduces an individual’s life expectancy. During the referral process, the wish grantors at Make-A-Wish met with Brooks and his family to get to know him, his favorite things and what he might like to do.