A campaign for state Legislature by popular longtime radio weatherman John Pulasky has turned into a forecast for trouble.
What's happening? The Billings bypass, as presented at the Bitterroot School, is not a bypass at all. It bypasses nothing.
Montana lawmakers have the opportunity to let local voters decide on improvements for pedestrian and bicyclist safety.
Two state legislators from Billings have introduced bills to change the law used by the City Council to create a citywide park district in 2011 without putting the matter to a public vote.
HELENA — A lawmaker's proposal protecting "alternative viewpoints" during the teaching of evolution and science in schools came under fire Friday from opponents who argued it would pave the way for teaching of creationism.
In the first days of the 63rd Montana Legislature, the bill count totaled 1,843 drafts of which 275 had already been introduced in the House or Senate.
Chuck Tooley’s record as mayor clearly indicates he would be bad news for utility companies and consumer rate payers if he were to be elected as a PSC District 2 member.
The front page news story, choo choo, train traffic creates global warming, noise and traffic issues, is all media hype and lacks simple common sense analysis. It is dumb to believe by putting the brakes on coal trains, we can make China quit building coal fired generation plants and we can …
Onward to November, at least for some.
It's urgent that Montana eliminate frivolous lawsuits, injunctions and regulations against businesses that are working to develop our natural resources.
The facts are clear:
The Democratic Party's name calling of the Tea Party shows a lack of intelligence.
There are political ideologues in Washington who believe they can spend my money better than I can. Wrong — I have a balanced budget.