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Increased public safety comes with a cost

Are Kalispell’s public safety resources meeting expectations?

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Letters to the editor March 4

Letters to the editor March 4

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Letters to the editor March 3

Letters to the editor March 3

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NorthWestern Energy plan protect Montana consumers

Over the last several weeks we’ve seen a number of articles — both editorial and from news reporters — that lay blame for the need to purchase electricity on t…

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Election interference on full display in Montana

Election interference is on full display in Montana, but it has nothing to do with Democrats running ads attacking would-be Republican U.S. Senate nominee Tim Sheehy.

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Looming federal requirement puts seniors at risk

Gallatin County is a close-knit community, and as one of its commissioners, I see so many helpers across our communities working to support their vulnerable neighbors and make our community safety nets stronger.

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Laws, compassion and common sense

Remember the Biblical story of the judgment of Solomon (I Kings 3:16-28)? That’s the one where two prostitutes, living together, have babies three days apart.

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Letters to the editor Feb. 29

Letters to the editor Feb. 29

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Letters to the editor Feb. 27

Letters to the editor Feb. 27

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Letters to the editor Feb. 27

Letters to the editor Feb. 27

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Consumers bear the cost when government regulates more

The Credit Card Competition Act has emerged as a controversial bill that Congress is expected to take up early this year. Under the guise of increasing competition in the credit card market, this legislation presen…

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Library on right track with branding reboot

A decade ago the county library system envisioned a new future for its services that expanded beyond the traditional offering of books on shelves.

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Letters to the editor Feb. 25

Letters to the editor Feb. 25

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State misses the mark on grizzly delisting

At the heart of the Greater Yellowstone and Northern Continental Divide ecosystems, grizzly bears symbolize the wildness of Montana. Healthy grizzly population…

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Suing over funding for special needs students is a new low

It takes a lot to surprise me anymore when it comes to politics or government. But suing to block funding for special needs kids to get an education that works for them? That’s a new low.