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1. Bear Tooth Pass: The Bear Tooth Pass is the 30 mile stretch of highway between Red Lodge, MT and Yellowstone National Park's North E...
2. Missoula Outdoor Cinema: Missoulians meet at the grounds of Missoula's Head Start (1001 Worden Ave, the old Whittier School) to enjoy great ...
3. Missoulian: "Missoulian" is what a native of Missoula is called.  
4. M "The Em": "The M" refers to the giant concrete M located on a mountain above the University of Montana. There is a zig zag t...  
5. Electric City: Great Falls is known as "The Electric City" because of the several hydroelectric plants along the Missouri River th...  
6. Great Falls Voyagers: Great Falls' minor league baseball team, originally called the Great Falls White Sox. The new name came about becau...  
7. Star of the Big Sky Country: The motto of Billings, Montana  
8. Moose Drool: Don't be alarmed when someone asked you if you've ever had moose drool. It's actually a pretty yummy beer from Big ...  
9. North Elevation: A neighborhood in Billings that is home to MSU-Billings and Rocky Mountain College.  
10. ZooMontana: A 70-acre wildlife park in Billings that is home to animals from the Rocky Mountains and from around the world.  
11. Last Best (Hiding) Place, The: Montana is known as the "Last Best Place" to locals. After the Unabomber, Ted Kaczynski, was captured in a remote c...  
 
 
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Savannah has earned this somewhat dubious designation, probably due to the popularity of local 'ghost tours' among tourists.

A case of beer.

The 13th step of the State Capitol Building (on the west side) happens to be situated exactly one mile (5280 feet) above sea level.

Was posted on a billboard in the 70's (I think). Initially referred to all of the layoffs from Boeing in the 60's and 70's since Boeing was the major employer in the area, but has since been used whenever a major employer has done layoffs (i.e., Boeing, Microsoft, etc.).

Was posted on a billboard in the 70's (I think). Initially referred to all of the layoffs from Boeing in the 60's and 70's since Boeing was the major employer in the area, but has since been used whenever a major employer has done layoffs (i.e., Boeing, Microsoft, etc.).