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A recent Billings Gazette editorial, “Stapleton Shows Why He Is Unfit for Any Office” is right on target.
The Aug. 9 guest editorial in the Inter Lake by Don Kaltschmidt, presents a prophetic fork-in-the-road choice confronting voters this coming November.
Over the past month, several of Montana’s hardworking frontline health officials have left their posts after being harassed and intimidated for trying to keep their communities safe from COVID.
Election mail bag Sept. 13
I find it necessary to respond to the letter Aug. 9 “Preserve the America we know and love” written by Don Kaltschmidt.
Letters to the editor Sept. 12
Letters to the editor Sept. 10
The office of Secretary of State is one I once held. Ensuring it’s run efficiently and effectively, with a focus on customer service, is extremely important to every Montanan.
Letters to the editor Sept. 7
This Labor Day we should celebrate America’s hard working men and women, especially the nurses, supermarket clerks, and other frontline workers who have faced unprecedented challenges this year.
“It's tough to make predictions, especially about the future…” But maybe not as tough as Yogi Berra made it sound.
The United States and more specifically the state of Montana is facing a unique challenge as we enter our sixth month of combating the coronavirus.
Heads up Montanans, we’ve got a multimillionaire developer from Maryland trying to sell our hunting and fishing spots so that he and his buddies can turn a quick profit.
Career politician Austin Knudsen is traveling Montana campaigning on one dangerous idea: defunding the Montana Department of Justice.
Letters to the editor Sept. 6