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New officers take different routes to the Belgrade police force, including one rookie who came to the area due to a dart throw and another... [Read More]
An article in the October 2018 Atlantic ("Is Democracy Dying?") points out that one of the checks and balances the creators of the Constitution employed... [Read More]
I saw recently that the Montana Legislature has approved a plan for a 69 percent pay raise. After passing a budget in 2017 that left... [Read More]
Belgrade's own Cowboy Cricket Farms is a winner of the national SCORE Awards, which honor the achievements of outstanding U.S. entrepreneurs and small business owners,... [Read More]
Career Transitions of Belgrade is offering courses on bookkeeping. [Read More]
A philanthropic foundation dedicated to agricultural research and educational programs has funded a new academic seminar series at Montana State University. [Read More]
Bob Arnold enjoys telling a riddle to someone he meets who shares his interest in World War II history. [Read More]
As I've been reading the coverage of and response to I-185, the Healthy Montana Initiative, I've been dismayed by the amount of misleading statements and... [Read More]
On Aug. 12, 1805, Meriwether Lewis penned in his journals, "the road was still plain, I therefore did not dispare of shortly finding a passage... [Read More]
Parade winners announced... [Read More]
Members of Belgrade High School's Class of 2019 probably will get to eat in a new, expanded cafeteria before they graduate next spring, but it's... [Read More]
The Belgrade City Council heard a pitch Monday on pending utility rate hikes necessary to boost aging infrastructure. [Read More]
Nearly half a dozen times in the fourth set, either Taylor DeVries or Kiersten Van Kirk turned to their coach with a half-hearted smile coupled... [Read More]
Rachel White wanted to see where her team stood against some tough Class A competition Friday. [Read More]
Belgrade's volleyball team hosted a quad Aug. 31 in which it swept Havre in league play. But players and coaches didn't consider it the home... [Read More]
On the scoresheet, offense won the day for Three Forks. [Read More]
Ty Andrew Kendall, 12, of Bozeman, passed away on September 2, 2018, in Clarkston, Mont. [Read More]
Bicycling between Belgrade and Bozeman soon will become easier and safer. [Read More]
People across our state need to know how valuable Medicaid is to those with disabilities and the families who love them. These wonderful members of... [Read More]
When I voted for the Montana Health and Economic Livelihood Partnership (HELP) Act, also known as Medicaid Expansion, in 2015, I did so for two... [Read More]