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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...
Billings woman likes Upton
The youth are the future of this country, and they need stability in education more than ever.
Hall likes Upton, Hill
This is a letter of support for a strong candidate for School District 6 School Board, Meagan Upton.
Governor caters to mine company
When a Canadian mining company successfully lobbied a Montana board appointed by Gov. Gianforte to let them add more pollution to Montana’s water, it’s time to take a step back and figure out how we got here.
More concerns on Subdivision
I am writing to express some concerns with proposed subdivisions east of the Flathead River.
Thoughts on subdivision
It is inevitable that we are going to have growth in Columbia Falls.
Final thoughts on Kapoor
This letter is the last one before the Columbia Falls City Council votes April 17th on Rishi Kapoor’s 450 person subdivision on corner of River Road and Highway 2 at the bridge.
I rent in Columbia Falls, and my rent went up by 16% this year, which is almost double the rate of inflation.
Laments the loss of trees
I watched in dumbstruck disbelief and distress when they started tearing out the trees in front of the old Columbia Falls grade school.
Thanks to the bank
I am writing this letter to you today to tell you about my experience with our Glacier Bank.
Of wildlife, wetlands and rivers
I am writing to you today to express my concern about the proposed zone change that could potentially destroy our pristine river, wildlife corridor and wetlands in Columbia Falls.
Listen to the experts
On Monday, March 20, I attended the Columbia Falls City Council meeting on whether the council would approve or deny requests by a developer for a zone change and a planned unit development on the east edge of th...
Questions about affordable housing
I am writing to express my concerns about the proposed zone change in Columbia Falls.
Hope this isn’t city’s legacy
On the evening of March 20, 2023, I approached the microphone at the Columbia Falls City Council meeting, during the time allotted for public comment on non-agenda issues.
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...