Guest Column

Guest Column

Be a Courteous Driver

My message is simple: Respect the speed limits, don’t bunch up by tailgating and be a courteous driver

By Chris Zarcone
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We Will Grow Stronger Each Day

One of the hardest things I’ve experienced as a principal was the raw grief, sadness, and tears from our students during the memorial services for the two FHS students who died by suicide

By Michele Paine
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Stop Holding the Blackfoot Hostage

With three out of four Montanans supporting the Blackfoot Clearwater Stewardship Act, we sincerely hope U.S. Sen. Steve Daines will be the public lands advocate he claims to be

By Terri Raugland, Lee Boman and Jerry O’Connell
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Build the Workforce Montana Needs

We can make sure that in addition to making drastic improvements in our state’s infrastructure, the American Rescue Plan will also be a jobs bill for Montana

By Mary Caferro
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What Might Have Been

Had Colin Powell run for president in 1996, he might very well have won

By Bob Brown
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Collaborative Support for Ripley Forest Project

The Lincoln County commissioners, and the Montana State Department of Natural Resources, among others, have taken action to support the project

By TIM DOUGHERTY and DOUG FERRELL
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Protecting Montanans from Tax and Spend Spree

Democrats’ effort comes at a time when Montanans are already facing skyrocketing prices on everything from gas to groceries because of record high inflation

By STEVE DAINES
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It’s Time to Help Working Montanans

The Biden administration’s Build Back Better initiative, coupled with the infrastructure bill, will stimulate the American economy

By Mark Thane
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Montana is Not a Pumpkin

Democrats often lament ‘gerrymandering;’ however, a quick view illustrates that is their current intent

By Jeff Essmann and Dan Stusek
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Republicans’ Big Win?

Montana Republicans rightly celebrated as they entered 2021, the year to start governing. But in the last 10 months they must have discovered some very nefarious deeds in their election as they now suggest it was fraudulent. How could that be?

By Brian Schweitzer

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