Letters to the Editor
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Refurbished sign looks great
I would again like to personally thank all the businesses in Hungry Horse and all the individuals who helped fin...
Thoughts on rentals
Housing and growth are undoubtably the most popular, and heated, topics of discussion in the Flathead Valley right now.
Mitchell on session
Montana’s future should be determined by Montanans who have Montana Values and live the Montana way of life. That’s what the Montana legislature has been working to do during the first half of the 2023 legislativ...
Food bank thanks
The Columbia Falls Food Bank would like to thank Laura from the Columbia Falls Chamber of Commerce for spear heading the food drive held recently.
Thoughts on griz delisting
Enos Mills first called for protection of grizzly bears in his 1919 book “The Grizzly,” as he watched them being exterminated from Colorado, Utah, Arizona, and California.
Mailer, website, is developer, not them
Columbia Falls and surrounding residents have been targeted with a mailer from FlatheadforSensibleGrowth.com.
What’s leaking under our river?
Municipalities throughout the United States are choosing to take the plunge and run utility lines under their rivers. Although intentions may be good, there are real risks associated with these types of decisions.
Love your neighbor as yourself
I feel grieved at the community response to the triumvirate commissioners’ letter, which condemned enabling the homeless, yet also seemed to shame any other assistance.
Amending the constitution, thoughtfully
2022 was the year of celebrating the fiftieth birthday of Montana’s Constitution – its visionary provisions and the unique bipartisan approach adopted by the citizen delegates who wrote it.
No singular cause for housing issue
There is no singular cause for Montana’s housing crisis.
Support music school
There is an anonymous saying, “Music is what emotions sound like.”
Appreciates board decision
Thank you to the Columbia Falls City-County Planning Board for their thoughtful, knowledgeable and probing questions Tuesday evening, Feb. 14th, that led to their unanimous decision against the proposed 7030 Hig...
Claims Helena undermining griz conservation
The grizzly bear is a unique and vital part of Montana’s wildlife heritage.
Developer speaks out
Housing and development are hot topics. A rising population without an adequate increase in housing to serve the existing community have brought significant challenges to the Flathead Valley.
Objects to subdivision
Objections to the Locations Acquisitions’ proposed subdivision east of the Flathead River: All Apartments.
Letters Flathead County Attorney Travis Ahner just won a second term to lead the prosecutorial arm of our county justice system.