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Updated 1 month, 2 weeks ago

Opinion: Christman recalls flood

The Great Flood of 1964 had a profound effect upon my life. In fact, in my stories of “Tales of a Misspent Youth,…

Updated 23 hours, 33 minutes ago
Wrong side of history?

Heat waves are more intense, longer lasting, and three times as frequent as 60 years ago. More areas are vulnerable to record-breaking temperatures each succeeding year. As a 72-year-old with a reasonably good reco…

Updated 2 weeks, 1 day ago
Project 2025 concerns him

Celebrations centered around July 4th have always been tricky for me

Updated 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Mumbling Biden still better than Trump

I watched the debate between Trump and Biden, and one thing is clear: If Republicans truly believed in everything they say they do, and they only supported candidates who have proven their character, competency, an…

Updated 4 weeks, 1 day ago
Urges folks to attend zoning hearing

If you live within 2 miles of the Columbia Falls city limits please take notice that Flathead County is assuming zoning jurisdiction of the soon to be eliminated 1-mile planning/zoning “donut” around our town. …

Updated 1 month ago
They support Freedom to Vote

Having proudly served as former Secretaries of State in Montana, we understand how important democracy is to the people of our state. It’s not a matter of what side of the aisle you stand on – it’s a matter of wha…

Updated 1 month ago
Kennedy responds to Glimm

We have not met yet, but we will, as we are both candidates for Montana Senate District 3.

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
Where’s leaders on CFAC?

It’s an election cycle and you can see and hear Montanans politicians getting involved again. Low water in Flathead Lake Zinke and Daines all over it. A bridge repair in Bigfork a photo opportunity for Zinke. Local…

Updated 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Dealing with Chinese aggression

The importance of the United States maintaining its technological superiority over China cannot be overstated. Not only for economic and national security implications, but for the preservation of the values and pr…

Updated 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Thoughts on redistricting

With Primary Election Day rapidly approaching, we will soon start to see the impacts of the legislative districts map drawn by Democrats.

Updated 1 month, 3 weeks ago
Medicaid expansion worked

In 2015 Democrats and Republicans in the Montana legislature put aside their partisan and ideological differences, and taking advantage of the federal Affordable Care Act, expanded Medicaid coverage to more than 90…

Updated 2 months ago
Easement good for region

As Republican legislators representing Northwest Montana and the western edge of our state, we write to express our full support for the Montana Great Outdoors Project. The draft environmental assessment for Phase …

Updated 2 months ago
They’re RINOs

Don’t be fooled by the PAC of liberals calling themselves Conservatives4MT sending out post cards attacking our well known conservative Republicans. This PAC is nothing more than a liberal pack of RINOs. A littl…

Updated 2 months ago
Likes Sheehy, Smith

Voting is our opportunity to keep our freedom and make sure our government is fiscally responsible. Our county and state balance their budgets, but the federal government is running on borrowed money. It would hav…

Updated 2 months, 1 week ago
More thoughts on CFAC

In a recent acronym-filled letter published by the Hungry Horse News, I wrote about the ongoing effort of the Coalition for a Clean CFAC to address 50 years of pollution at the retired Columbia Falls Aluminum Compa…