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1. On April 14, 1930, the town of Roundup experienced a devastating tornado that killed two people and caused significant damage to buildings and infrastructure in the area. The tornado remains one of the deadliest in Montana's history.

2. In 1972, Montana Governor Thomas Lee Judge signed into law the Montana Environmental Policy Act, which established clear guidelines for state agencies to consider environmental impacts when making decisions about projects and activities.

3. April 14, 1908, marked the opening of the Montana State School of Mines in Butte, Montana. The school was established to provide education and training for students interested in pursuing careers in mining or geology.

4. On April 14, 1924, Montana State University's first president, Oscar J. Craig, passed away. Craig oversaw the development of MSU from a small agricultural college to a thriving university with a diverse range of academic programs.

5. On April 14, 2005, a powerful snowstorm swept across western Montana, dumping over a foot of snow in some areas and causing widespread power outages and damage. The storm resulted in several accidents and road closures throughout the region.

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