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Hamilton pipeline protest draws 100 from throughout western Montana | Strange News | Sarah Monson and Suzanne Alene Shope organized the peaceful protest that brought people from as far away as Dillon to the corner on Highway 93 and Main Street.

“This is a phenomenal turnout,” Monson said as she stood with a sign in one hand and a bullhorn in the other. “As a human race right now, we all have to be unified to help each other. I think people are excited to have the opportunity to do just that.”

Wearing her “Classic Cherokee Collection” shirt, Hamilton resident Donna Mundschenk was happily beating her drum and joining in on the chants as she smiled at people driving by.

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