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Doris L. Milliken Doris Holmquist Milliken died on July 31, 2020 at the Sanford Care Center in Vermillion, South Dakota. She was born on February... [Read More]
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Doris Holmquist Milliken died on July 31, 2020 at the Sanford Care Center in Vermillion, South Dakota. She was born on February 11, 1923 in... [Read More]
A note to those progressive leaders who have allowed, through their misfeasance and feckless inaction, their cities to be trashed by "mostly peaceful protesters." That... [Read More]
I am tired of people invoking the phase Montana values or American values, then go on to spout beliefs and policies I do not agree... [Read More]
My love affair with the Crazy Mountains began nearly two decades ago. [Read More]
In the 1830s, French diplomat Alexis de Tocqueville traveled the U.S. seeking lessons about democracy for export to rapidly changing France. His reflections were published... [Read More]
Matt Rosendale is a perfect example of disingenuous politicians re-writing their records to get elected. He has a long, horrible record on public lands, openly... [Read More]
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Despite working from the same data on Gallatin County's coronavirus trends, school leaders in Bozeman and Belgrade have so far taken different approaches to reopening... [Read More]
There's a lot riding on the results of the 2020 Census for Bozeman. [Read More]
Bozeman was a scrappy upstart wild West town in the fall of 1864 when Richard and Mary McDonald, a Black couple, arrived and decided to... [Read More]
"If the Census Bureau continues to move the goal posts of the decennial count, we fear communities in Montana will go uncounted and therefore unrepresented... [Read More]
The issue of masks and rights is simple. It's based on the old saying, "Your right to swing ends where my nose begins." [Read More]
When he was speaking for himself, Gov. Bullock repeatedly insisted that he was not interested in running for the Senate. Now he's speaking for Chuck... [Read More]
While women won the right to vote in 1920, women are not equal in the eyes of the law. As the late Supreme Court Justice... [Read More]
I was quite pleased to read the letter to the editor from Dan Swanson (July 26) because it was very much like the letter I... [Read More]
Timothy Charles Alzheimer Timothy Charles Alzheimer, 64, graduated with highest honors on August 1, 2020 after a valiant year and a half battle with prostate... [Read More]
Someone reported seeing a truck with a dog inside and was concerned for the dog's wellbeing. Officers responded and found that the engine was running... [Read More]
A caller reported bear scat in their yard. Officers told them to leave the bear alone. [Read More]
A woman dropped celery on her phone while shopping at the grocery store and activated an emergency call. [Read More]
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