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Stop the politics and do what’s best for Montana
For eight years, I had the honor of representing Kalispell in the Montana House of Representatives. When I ran for office, I pledged to the voters of Kalispell that I would do what is best for the people of Montana.
Biden on gun control: 'Do something, do something big'
President Joe Biden is expected to sign an executive order on Tuesday aiming to increase the number of background checks to buy guns, promote better and more secure firearms storage and ensure U.S. law enforcement agencies are getting the most out of a bipartisan gun control law enacted last summer.
Robbery suspect killed after shooting hostage in St. Regis
A suspect in an Idaho robbery was killed by law enforcement after shooting a hostage near a travel center in western Montana, authorities said.
Hellgate girls outlast Wolfpack in fourth
Missoula Hellgate’s Alex Covill poured in 27 points, and the Knights surged in the first and fourth quarters in their 59-50 defeat of Glacier in girls basketball action Saturday. Noah Fincher scored 16 points for the Wolfpack, which trailed 17-7 early but closed to 41-40 going into the final quarter.
Kalispell man charged with making threats to kill Sen. Tester
A Kalispell man accused of threatening to injure and murder Montana U.S. Senator Jon Tester was arraigned on Feb. 23 on an indictment, according to information from the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
LaFrombois leads Mission to third in Western B
Zoran LaFrombois combined for 78 points in two games at the Western A divisional on Sunday, powering the Mission Bulldogs to third place and a trip to the State A tournament in Bozeman in two weeks.
Federal jury convicts Heron man of kidnapping son, fleeing to Costa Rica
MISSOULA — A federal jury on Wednesday convicted a Heron man of kidnapping his son in violation of a parenting plan and taking him to Costa Rica, U.S. Attorney Jesse Laslovich said.