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    By Erin Madison
    Essex, Montana (AP)

    Brian Kelly fell in love with Montana when he first visited the state 22 years ago.

    He came out from Chicago to visit a friend who was going to the University of Montana.

    “I had a wonderful trip and it just never left my mind,” said Kelly, who now calls Montana home, along with his wife and their four children.

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