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Opinion

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Vaccine orders: Montana businesses are in an untenable position

Last week, President Biden announced the Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration in the...

Updated 2 weeks ago
Hiring woes continue, but report offers encouraging signs

This Labor Day we honor the American worker and celebrate the symbolic end of summer — and what a summer it has been for the valley’s frontline employees.

Updated 2 weeks ago
Land of the free because we are home of the brave

I’ve had a hard time finding any words to describe how myself, and I’m sure many other Americans, feel right now.

Updated 2 weeks ago
Letters to the editor Sept. 5

Letters to the editor Sept. 5

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Letters to the editor Sept. 4

Letters to the editor Sept. 4

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Time to update Montana’s child nutrition policies

All children across Montana deserve access to fresh, local food that nourishes their bodies and minds.

Updated 2 weeks, 3 days ago
Doctors are tired and frustrated

This letter is for my coworkers and the vulnerable people in our community. The words come from my experience with real Covid infected patients.

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Letters to the editor Sept. 2

Letters to the editor Sept. 2

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Jim Elliott: Keeping it together

If Americans really want something to worry about, let’s worry about keeping our country together.

Updated 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Letters to the editor Aug. 30

Letters to the editor Aug. 30

Updated 3 weeks ago
Remembering Jim Murry

James W. “Jim” Murry, top Montana labor leader and friend, passed away last October. On the 29th of August, his memory is being celebrated at a Memorial Service at Tizer Botanic Gardens, just outside of Jefferso...

Updated 3 weeks ago
Montana ag producers need the right to repair now

Montana farmers and ranchers across this state have been waiting far too long for their elected representatives to secure their right to repair their own agricultural equipment.

Updated 3 weeks ago
The burning debate — manage forest fires or suppress them?

As western wildfires burn through millions of forested acres, they are igniting debates about our response that are almost as heated as the flames themselves.

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Vaccine law hinders efforts to keep our community safe

The ongoing Covid pandemic resulted in some interesting laws passed by the Montana Legislature.

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Let’s unite to keep our schools open

The 2021-22 school year is about to begin. While we all hoped it would be different from 2020, it appears this school year has much in common with 2020. I refer to Covid-19.

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The great ‘intrafrackture’

A former UK commander in Afghanistan recently stated in a television interview that “ The whole world just became vastly more dangerous.”