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Fallon County in southeastern Montana was formed in 1913 when it was determined the current county's area was too large for government and commercial purposes. Until 1936 when oil was discovered, agriculture and livestock were Fallon County's chief forms of revenue. Fallon County has had a newspaper since 1910 with The Advocate, The Baker Sentinel and the Fallon County Times informing residents about news and events of the times. This collection of newspapers begins in 1912 and follows the community through it history.