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    Pablo, Montana (AP)

    Tribes of the Flathead Reservation say part of the Mission Mountains Tribal Wilderness will be closed to recreation from July 8 until Oct. 1.

    The Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes say the Grizzly Bear Management Zone is closed annually to minimize disturbance of grizzlies where they historically have gathered to feed on insects.

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