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Tabby Ivy
October 30, 2019 11:50 a.m.

Tabby Ivy

Tabby Ivy artist’s corner

Incumbent willing to work on difficult issues
October 13, 2019 4 a.m.

Incumbent willing to work on difficult issues

Q. What are the most challenging economic growth issues facing Whitefish, and what solutions do you propose for handling growth?

Ford CEO: Electric vehicle demand will transform industry
May 21, 2021 noon

Ford CEO: Electric vehicle demand will transform industry

DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) — A new electric version of Ford's immensely popular F-150 pickup truck might just be the catalyst that hastens America's transition from gasoline to battery-powered vehicles.

Q&A with U.S. House candidate Mitch Hueur
May 17, 2022 midnight

Q&A with U.S. House candidate Mitch Hueur

Editor’s Note: The Daily Inter Lake is republishing select answers from questionnaires completed by the candidates for U.S. House District 1 and submitted to the Montana Free Press. This is the first of seven (Libertarian candidate John Lamb and Republic candidate Mary Todd did not submit answers) to appear in print. The candidates are being published in alphabetical order by party.

February 11, 2020 2 a.m.

Swank and Nevada firm to lead airport expansion

A joint venture that includes Swank Enterprises of Kalispell and Q&D Construction of Sparks, Nevada, has been picked to lead the construction of a $100 million passenger terminal expansion at Glacier Park International Airport.

February 11, 2020 4 a.m.

Swank and Nevada firm to lead airport expansion

A joint venture that includes Swank Enterprises of Kalispell and Q&D Construction of Sparks, Nevada, has been picked to lead the construction of a $100 million passenger terminal expansion at Glacier Park International Airport.

Q&A with U.S. House candidate Ryan Zinke
May 20, 2022 midnight

Q&A with U.S. House candidate Ryan Zinke

Editor’s Note: The Daily Inter Lake is republishing select answers from questionnaires completed by the candidates for U.S. House District 1 and submitted to the Montana Free Press. This is the fourth of seven (Libertarian candidate John Lamb and Republic candidate Mary Todd did not submit answers) to appear in print. The candidates are being published in alphabetical order by party.

Davis touts work on housing issues, management skills
October 8, 2019 4 a.m.

Davis touts work on housing issues, management skills

Q. What are the most challenging economic growth issues facing Whitefish, and what solutions do you propose for handling growth?

Qunell cites extensive experience on city boards
October 12, 2019 4 a.m.

Qunell cites extensive experience on city boards

Q. What are the most challenging economic growth issues facing Whitefish, and what solutions do you propose for handling growth?

Fisher offers experience; supports resort tax
November 4, 2019 5:57 p.m.

Fisher offers experience; supports resort tax

Darin Fisher

Q&A with U.S. House candidate Al Olszewski
May 19, 2022 midnight

Q&A with U.S. House candidate Al Olszewski

Editor’s Note: The Daily Inter Lake is republishing select answers from questionnaires completed by the candidates for U.S. House District 1 and submitted to the Montana Free Press. This is the third of seven (Libertarian candidate John Lamb and Republic candidate Mary Todd did not submit answers) to appear in print. The candidates are being published in alphabetical order by party.

Norton trumpets lengthy public service record
October 9, 2019 4 a.m.

Norton trumpets lengthy public service record

Q. What are the most challenging economic growth issues facing Whitefish, and what solutions do you propose for handling growth?

May 23, 2019 5:10 a.m.

Legals May 23, 2019

No. 26241 FLATHEAD COUNTY SOLID WASTE DISTRICT REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS/ QUALIFICATIONS Soft Ware-Hardware for the Landfill Scale System Operation At the Flathead County Landfill Due Date and Time: 3:00 p.m. local time, June 12, 2019 The District and the Solid Waste Engineer will conduct a pre-proposal/qualifications conference call on June 4, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. local time, to review the project and answer questions. This is a non-mandatory conference. Participation or non-participation will not be counted towards the scoring. USA Toll-Free: 1(877) 873-8018 Access Code: 3843133 - Participants Conference Date and Time: 10:00 a.m. local time, June 4, 2019 The Flathead County Solid Waste District (District) is seeking to replace their existing Scale hardware and software products with a comprehensive solution. The purpose of this Request for Proposals/Qualifications (RFP/Q) is to select an integrated landfill transaction software, hardware (not including computers) and equipment necessary to automate and print receipts/transaction tickets, license plate photo capture, as well as initial hardware and software installation and training and on-going support that is tailored to the requirements of the solid waste landfill operations industry and most effectively meets the Districts associated business requirements. We anticipate that the proposer is the software supplier, so please note that proposer and supplier are used interchangeably in this RFP/Q. The software will need to accommodate one solid waste landfill site, the Flathead Landfill with 2 scales. System administration, accounting, billing, payment application, manual transaction entry and transaction corrections are performed on-site at the scale house or administration office. The two locations are networked and a seamless data integration between the two locations is desired along with assignable security levels by user or user groups. The District is open to a combination of software to accommodate all of the site's needs. Based on the proposals received, the District will rank the suppliers systems and enter into a contract negotiation with the supplier once components of the hardware and software are agreed upon. If the first supplier is unable to agree upon system and price, the District will choose to pursue the next qualified submittal without having to reissue an RFP/Q. Because of the magnitude of this work, the District is soliciting proposals/qualifications from qualified suppliers to provide the necessary services to assist the District in meeting its scale operations need for a comprehensive hardware and software system. This RFP/Q includes the following: (1) Part I - Background and Scope of Work; and (2) Part II -Instructions for Submitting Proposals and How Proposals will Be Evaluated. Attachment A is the typical traffic information for a high-traffic one-week period. Attachment B includes typical material tracking tables, and Attachment C includes preliminary scale construction plans. This is a competitively evaluated and negotiated procurement. The District intends to award a contract to the supplier that it determines to be the most advantageous and in its best interest. The District, however, does not have to award a contract. The District may also cancel all or part of this RFP/Q, if the District determines that it is in its best interest to do so. The District may negotiate with one or more supplier if they are determined to be qualified to be considered for contract award. Preliminary cost is to be submitted with the proposal, final cost will be negotiated upon selection of a supplier. The District in any event will not pay for any costs incurred by the supplier in preparing a proposal in response to this RFP/Q whether or not the supplier is awarded a contract. Interested suppliers are invited to submit proposals of not more than 30 pages in length dealing with the criteria listed in Part II. The proposals will be evaluated according to the factors listed in Part II, Section 20. One (1) original and five (5) copies of your Proposal must be submitted to FCSWD, 4098 Hwy 93N, Kalispell, MT 59901 no later than 3:00 p.m., local time June 12, 2019. Late proposals will be returned unopened. Dated this 21st day of May, 2019. Flathead County Solid Waste District Flathead County, Montana By David Prunty /s/ David Prunty, Public Works Director May 23, 30, 2019 MNAXLP -------------------------------------------

Daoud wants to encourage positive growth in Kalispell
October 27, 2019 4 a.m.

Daoud wants to encourage positive growth in Kalispell

Q. What are the most challenging economic growth issues facing Kalispell, and what solutions do you propose for handling growth?

Q&A with U.S. House candidate Matt Jette
May 18, 2022 midnight

Q&A with U.S. House candidate Matt Jette

Editor’s Note: The Daily Inter Lake is republishing select answers from questionnaires completed by the candidates for U.S. House District 1 and submitted to the Montana Free Press. This is the second of seven (Libertarian candidate John Lamb and Republic candidate Mary Todd did not submit answers) to appear in print. The candidates are being published in alphabetical order.