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Sustainable growth requires reliable hydropower

When we’re floating and fishing on the stunning Three Forks of the Flathead River, we don’t always think about h...

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Letters to the editor May 17

Letters to the editor May 17

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To make housing more affordable, remove government barriers

A recent op-ed in the Daily Inter Lake argued that reforming local zoning codes won’t fix the housing crisis.

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Montanans' constitutional right to privacy

Last week we learned about the Supreme Court’s impending decision to strike down Roe v Wade and overturn half of a century of legal protection from the government interfering in our most personal and private deci...

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Letters to the editor May 15

Letters to the editor May 15

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Letters to the editor May 12

Letters to the editor May 12

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Important discussions on a hard topic

As if Americans weren’t divided enough, the recent leak of the Supreme Court’s apparent decision on the fate of Roe v. Wade has added even more fuel to the fire, burning whatever political bridges still remain am...

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Letters to the editor May 10

Letters to the editor May 10

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Letters to the editor May 9

Letters to the editor May 9

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Letters to the editor May 8

Letters to the editor May 8

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FVCC’s Class of 2022 resilient and determined

Flathead Valley Community College will celebrate the class of 2022 at our 54th annual commencement ceremony on the FVCC campus in Kalispell on Friday, May 13 at 6 p.m.

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Our constitution is clear — let people vote

My grandfather Melvin Running Wolf was only 36 years old when all Native Americans finally gained the right to vote in the United States.

Updated 1 week, 2 days ago
Impacts of inflation on the community and food banks

While the current rate of inflation is affecting all of us, it once again hits our low-income neighbors the hardest.

Updated 1 week, 5 days ago
A closer look at CI-121 opposition

Capping Montana’s double digit property tax increases on homeowners would seem a no-brainer issue for legislative candidates. Not so. The focus of Republicans and Democrats alike is on protecting the cash flow to...

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Montana’s Declaration of Rights should be protected

Fifty years ago I was unbelievably blessed to be the research staff for the Declaration of Rights Committee of the Montana Constitutional Convention.