Montana families across the state are feeling the pain in their pocketbooks from inflation and higher prices on everything from gas to groceries to heating their homes. What’s causing this? President Biden and Congressional Democrats’ wasteful spending problems, and their multitrillion dollar reckless tax and spending spree bill will only make matters worse.
As former members of the Districting and Apportionment Commission, we know what’s at stake drawing legislative districts and now a new congressional district. We commend Commission Chair Maylinn Smith for her commitment to an open, public, and transparent process.
In the wake of the 20th anniversary of the tragic events of 9/11, the Wolfpack Theatre Company will present “110 Stories: The Untold Stories of 9/11” Nov. 16, 17 and 20. Curtain time is 6:33 p.m. in the Wolfpack Theatre at Glacier High School.
Downtown businesses in the U.S. and abroad once took for granted that nearby offices would provide a steady clientele looking for breakfast, lunch, everyday goods and services and last-minute gifts. As the resilient coronavirus keeps offices closed and workers at home, some are adapting while others are trying to hang on.
A federal judge on Monday dismissed antitrust lawsuits brought against Facebook by the Federal Trade Commission and a coalition of state attorneys general, dealing a significant blow to attempts by regulators to rein in tech giants.
While the Interagency Annual Military Pass for federal recreation areas already was available to active duty military members and their dependents, the new program, which went into effect on Veterans Day 2020, benefits veterans and Gold Star Families indefinitely.
Giving Tuesday, created in 2012 and marked on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving — Nov. 30 this year — is meant to be more than just a single day of giving. Its intent is to encourage global generosity, and the movement has continued to gain traction worldwide year after year.