Few places in America are more desolate than Whitetail, Mont., a place where the roads are more likely to be mowed than paved. A border post with Canada located there sees an average of less than two passenger cars per day and only two to three trucks a month, according to the Bureau of Transportation statistics.
But one project in this tiny outpost is about to get a big-city upgrade.
The building that houses the border patrol is receiving $15 million from federal stimulus funds. And it's...Full Story