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Letters to the Editor

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Updated 4 years, 8 months ago

Refurbished sign looks great

I would again like to personally thank all the businesses in Hungry Horse and all the individuals who helped finan…

Updated 18 hours, 44 minutes ago
Rep. Zinke supports ending forced organ harvesting and human rights atrocities in China

I would like to commend Rep. Ryan Zinke for his remarks made on Feb. 1 after a Congressional Executive Commission on China (CECC) hearing to assess the recent U.N. review of China’s human rights record.

Updated 18 hours, 44 minutes ago
Stop trying to manage climate change

Climate change has become a major issue. Joe Biden’s solution for us is a 50% reduction in greenhouse gases by 2030. He is also mandating that we make our electricity production carbon-free by 2035.

Updated 1 week ago
‘A belated but sincere thank you’

It has been at least eight years since Mayor Barnhart and members of the Columbia Falls City Council began the long journey of speaking up for and representing residents of Columbia Falls by calling for the clean-u…

Updated 1 week ago
Bipartisan support for public lands

In my family there is a wide swath of political views and when you are in the same room as we were for the holidays, the juvenile name calling stops and thoughtful discussions can occur.

Updated 2 weeks ago
CFAC concerns from C-Falls citizens

The proposed cleanup plan for the CFAC Superfund site is unacceptable.

Updated 2 weeks ago
Restoration over ‘clean up’

Like many residents of Columbia Falls and the Flathead Valley, I am deeply opposed to the EPA’s preferred plan to clean up toxic waste at the Columbia Falls Aluminum Company (CFAC) site.

Updated 2 weeks ago
Sign the CFAC petition

Some may and have been asking, “What’s the big deal about the CFAC clean up?” I am hoping to give just some bullet points on the importance of this issue before us as a community and Valley.

Updated 2 weeks ago
Can Trump return to power post-insurrection?

The Constitution (Section 3, 14th Amendment) explicitly prohibits anyone who has taken the oath of office as an officer of government, and then participated in an insurrection, “may not hold any office thereafter.”

Updated 3 weeks ago
Reps that show up

The weekly FishTank podcast, from the Montana Tap House in Whitefish, kicked off a new season Jan. 17.

Updated 3 weeks ago
Concerned about Blankenship

I live just upstream of the proposed Blankenship bank stabilization project on the North Fork and am very concerned about anything that could have lasting harmful effects to the free flowing nature of the Wild and …

Updated 4 weeks ago
They struggle to get here

Exactly what causes people to leave their homeland and make a difficult trek of 3,000 miles?

Updated 4 weeks ago
Where are Flathead Republicans?

The story about Braxton Mitchell announcing his candidacy for the state Legislature in House District 5 is both comforting and disturbing.

Updated 4 weeks ago
Racicot wrong

Mark Racicot penned a long letter repetitiously trying to make a case that former President Donald Trump is disqualified from running for president due to the 14th amendment prohibiting “insurrectionists” from run…

Updated 1 month ago
Brunch a big success

The Christmas spirit was on display last month as the Columbia Falls Rotary Club kicked off the holiday season with its annual Brunch with Santa Dec. 2.

Updated 1 month ago
Presidential disqualification

There are four qualifications set forth in the U.S. Constitution that must be met before any “Person” can be placed on the ballot and run for the Office of President: