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Every session we have bills that create new potential for Colstrip, those bills are constantly surrounded by med...
Letters to the editor April 19
Ballots for the upcoming school board trustee elections will be arriving in area mailboxes this week, and voters may notice an amplified interest in these board positions.
We all know Warren Illi to be a science-denier since a previous column made clear he thinks that releasing a monster Northern Pike into Swan Lake is not detrimental to endangered native west-slope trout species.
Letters to the editor April 18
Senate Bill 379 is a bill that is anti-jobs and anti-economic development.
We have all heard and read the news about school districts across the state and nation struggling with opening schools during the COVID pandemic.
For decades Montana’s outfitting community provided their services in a fair fashion respecting the shared interests of hunters and landowners.
Voters turned out in record numbers in 2020. Hundreds-of-thousands of folks in our state cast their ballots and exercised their most fundamental right as an American.
Letters to the editor April 15
Letters to the editor April 11
I respectfully ask that you carefully consider vetoing the series of bills that attempt to legislate wildlife management (HB 224, HB 225, SB 267, SB 306, SB 314, SB 337, HB 468).
In recent weeks the Montana Legislature has advanced bills to support critical infrastructure and conservation projects across the state.
Montanans need healthy, fresh food to work hard, care for their loved ones, and enjoy their communities. Kids, seniors, working parents, individuals with dis...
Montana lawmakers last week debated and ultimately voted down the unconstitutional “Stop Guilt By Accusation Act” that unfairly reduced Montana media outlets to “slander machines.”