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Letters to the Editor

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Updated 14 hours, 8 minutes ago

It’s a perfect storm for fire insurance

Westerners have begun looking at their homes differently these days. Are those trees too close? Should I move all …

Updated 1 month ago
Keep politics out of judiciary

Montana’s secretary of state was asked by a small group of legislators to poll all members of the Legislature to determine whether to convene a special session.

Updated 1 month ago
Letters to the editor May 16

Letters to the editor May 16

Updated 1 month ago
Commanders should honor Montana’s Wetzel family, Native American heritage

At today’s hearing we also have H.R.4984, the D.C. Robert F. Kennedy Memorial Stadium Campus Revitalization Act.

Updated 1 month ago
Special session calls are political grandstanding at its worst

That’s what repeated calls for a special session come down to – too many political show ponies.

Updated 1 month ago
Letters to the editor May 14

Letters to the editor May 14

Updated 1 month ago
Letters to the editor May 13

Letters to the editor May 13

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Letters to the editor May 12

Letters to the editor May 12

Updated 1 month ago
Time for Legislature to act on illegal immigration

For years we have watched news reports of the porous southern border facilitating the illegal influx of millions of migrants under the Joe Biden presidency.

Updated 1 month ago
Valley Neighbors is ‘caring for the strangers in our midst’

The intensity of the local debate over immigration and refugee support has taken a dark turn in the past week.

Updated 1 month ago
SB 442: Fruit of a poisonous tree

With the completion of the poll of the Legislature on whether to override the governor’s veto of Senate Bill 442, I want to explain my consistent opposition to the bill, including voting against overriding the veto.

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
The rube sits and smiles

After having unloaded all my farm equipment from the railcar that had brought it from my late father’s farm back East and knowing that I had come to the right part of the world when Dude and Shorty, who had helped …

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
FVCC graduates ready for the future

On May 10, Flathead Valley Community College will celebrate and honor the class of 2024 at our 56th commencement.

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
Letters to the editor May 9

Letters to the editor May 9

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Letters to the editor May 6

Letters to the editor May 6

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
Protect U.S. hydropower on the Northwest’s Snake River

President Biden’s radical green agenda is an assault on Americans’ way of life, especially in Western states.