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The 23rd Governor of Montana, having served from January 5, 2005 to January 7, 2013.
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ENG: Brian David Schweitzer (born September 4, 1955)was the 23rd Governor of Montana, having served from January 5, 2005 to January 7, 2013. Schweitzer formerly served as chair of the Western Governors Association as well as the Democratic Governors Association. He also served as President of the Council of State Governments. Early life and Education Schweitzer was born in Havre, Montana, the fourth of six children of Kathleen (née McKernan) and Adam Schweitzer. His paternal grandparents were ethnic Germans from present-day Russia and Ukraine and his maternal grandparents were Irish. Following his high school years at The Abbey School, Holy Cross Abbey, Canon City, Colorado in 1973, Schweitzer earned his Bachelor of Science degree in international agronomy from Colorado State ...
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Governor Schweitzer Supports Home Weatherization Program

BOZEMAN, Mont. -- Governor Brian Schweitzer spent time at one Bozeman home today supporting a program that helps low income Montanans winterize their homes. The Warm Hearts Warm Home Initiative offers help like covering windows with plastic, installing CFL lightbulbs, and bringing in water heater blankets. Volunteers come from all over to help people have a more comfortable and energy efficient home."This program has weatherized 6,500 homes across Montana and every time we weatherize a home we decrease their energy consumption, which decreases their carbon footprint but more ...

Schweitzer limits access to private Mullan Pass ranch

HELENA - People no longer can freely recreate as they once did on 670 acres up Mullan Pass that are now owned by Gov. Brian Schweitzer, but they can drive past the property on a U.S. Forest Service road upgraded this year with about $330,000 in federal stimulus funds. Shortly after purchasing the property in 2008, Schweitzer locked the gates on roads that access his property, installed a new fence along a road that passes through the property, and hung at least four bright red-and-white signs that read: "NO TRESPASSING. Jim (the last name is blanked out) no longer owns this ranch. Please ...

Schweitzer, Walsh travel to Mississippi to visit soldiers

Governor Brian Schweitzer and Montana Adjutant General John E. Walsh left Thursday for Camp Shelby, Mississippi to visit the men and women of Montana's 1-163rd Combined Arms Battalion before their departure overseas in support of Operation New Dawn. The unit and its higher headquarters, the 116th Brigade Combat Team, are scheduled to depart for overseas deployment in the next several weeks. The governor and the adjutant general will get the opportunity to visit with the Montana soldiers as well as to see some of the final training being conducted by the battalion at Camp ...

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