Reality Check

Doing Good in the Neighborhood

Federal law does not allow for federal funds to be used to pay school lunch debt, so a gap exists between what the school district can cover and the actual cost of providing the food

By Tammi Fisher
Reporter's Notebook

Nordic Dreams

Season-pass sales at Glacier Nordic Club help lay preparations for the youth ski-education programs for children between the ages of 4 and 18 and ensure that a stable of groomers is prepared to perform this yeoman’s work all winter long

Guest Column

Defending Our Way of Life

Through backdoor efforts during the 2021 Montana Legislature, actions were taken to award hunting tags to those who have more wealth or more land than other citizens

By Rachel Schmidt
Guest Column

Reducing Regulatory Barriers to Housing

These proposals benefit both renters and homeowners, young families looking for starter homes and older folks looking to age in place. The time for action is now. 

By Sue Vinton, Ellie Boldman, Greg Hertz & Danny Tenenbaum
Uncommon Ground

State Control

The 2021 Legislature spent significantly more time debating how to discriminate against transgender kids than it did mitigating rapidly escalating property taxes for homeowners due to the pandemic-era land grab that consumed Montana

By Mike Jopek

Vote Zinke for U.S. House

The liberal left is spinning lies about Ryan because they know he doesn’t support their far-left liberal agenda

By Greg Hertz

Why I’m Voting for Monica Tranel

Monica Tranel’s conservative Montana upbringing, energy sector experience, skills, abilities, work ethic, and empathy are needed now in Washington D.C.

By Mark Benedict

The Real Election Fraud 

We’re being lied to by all sides and given no facts upon which to make informed and truly independent decisions

By Pat Malone

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