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Judge: Controversial timber sale can proceed
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Judge: Controversial timber sale can proceed

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BOZEMAN - A controversial timber sale that would be used to help fund the purchase of land in a wildlife-rich area near Big Sky can move forward, a federal judge in Billings has ruled.

However, the sale, valued at about $300,000, is only a small portion of what is needed to buy the entire 4-square-mile section of land in the Taylor Fork drainage south of Big Sky.

The Taylor Fork land, which belongs to former Big Sky Lumber Co. partner Mel McDougal, is valued at $4.36 million.

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