Saturday, February 04, 2023

Letters to the Editor

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Updated 3 years, 7 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 fin...

Updated 1 month, 4 weeks ago
Holland Lake Lodge plan a disaster

The rollout of a proposal by one of North America’s biggest ski developers to triple the size of Holland Lake Lodge and bring industrial tourism and commercial recreation to the rural, wildlife-rich Swan Valley i...

Updated 1 month, 4 weeks ago
A farewell to ImagineIf Library

As I wrap up my time with ImagineIF Libraries, I wanted to reach out to you in the Flathead and library communities that have helped make my time with this library something special.

Updated 2 months ago
School board politics needs to go

The Columbia Falls School Board member, Barb Riley, went to the state wide meeting of the Montana School Board Association. When she gave her report I thought she was going to say what their goals were to impro...

Updated 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Thoughts on Trump

To date, Trump is the first President to lose two popular elections

Updated 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Workforce housing ideas

It is encouraging that Whitefish and now Kalispell are beginning to seriously consider the challenge of maintaining a quality local workforce by exploring innovative workforce and affordable housing strategies. I...

Updated 3 months ago
Thoughts on PSC

I’m running for Public Service Commissioner, District 5 and have shared my opinion about dysfunction at the PSC on more than one occasion. This time, however, I write to share my concerns about recent actions tak...

Updated 3 months ago
Getts gets housing

Montana’s housing crisis will be a major focus of the next legislative session. The “solutions” recently proposed by the Governor’s task force involve (1) promoting denser, taller construction and unlimited ADUs ...

Updated 3 months ago
Support for Repke

The choice is clear. Regardless of your flavor, Republican, Democrat, or independent, there is one candidate in District 5 qualified to perform the duties and obligations of the Public Service Commission intellig...

Updated 3 months ago
Thoughts on LR 131

During a legislative session, there are over a thousand bills, amendments and motions a single legislator will vote on over a course of four months.

Updated 3 months ago
Child a sign from Grandma

On April 30th, The Flathead Valley lost a valued and special member of our community.

Updated 3 months ago
Kenyon supports Getts

I’ve been following the candidates in the House District 3 State House race with care recently. While reviewing my representative’s record, his support of legislation on behalf of our community went missing.

Updated 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Honored to be a Wildcat

We all have been involved in some sort of sports competition, either playing our favorite sport or cheering for one of our kids from the sidelines. I have been there on both sides and can tell you how caught up i...

Updated 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Support for write-in Jack Fallon

Are you tired of the Flathead County Commissioners treating Columbia Falls like a dumping ground for projects—like the jail—nobody else wants? Repeatedly attempting to thwart the will of the voters? Treating the ...

Updated 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Supported special session

When you order a pizza and the total comes to $25 and you hand them a fifty dollar bill, have you ever had the restaurant tell you that they are going to keep your change in case their expenses are higher in the ...

Updated 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Supports Repke

Casting a vote in the District 5 Public Service Commission election is a no-brainer.