- 1 Why yoga pants are incredibly dangerous to today's youth
- 2 'It’ll be kind of hard to smile': Friends mourn death of 'Creeky the Clown' at 98
- 3 Tears for 22: It wasn’t just another Friday night for Colstrip after death of teammate
- 4 Californians, you should avoid Montana
- 5 Yoga pants conversation done? No, it needs to start
Montanans should reflect on just how proud we should be of our election system. It works well, making the registration process easy and accessible and protects our freedom to vote. And, as Montanans, we know that we all have a responsibility to make sure that everyone who wants to participat…
Can we all agree that clean air is a necessity for good health? As one who suffers from asthma, the opinion piece by Wade Hill, RN, PhD and health researcher in Bozeman in the Jan. 28 Billings Gazette was pretty concerning to me. The article discussed the health impacts of the Colstrip power…
I recently returned from participating in the State Department's hearing in Glendive on the Keystone XL Pipeline.
One lesson that the recent Exxon oil spill in the Yellowstone River revealed is that county, city and other first responders were unprepared for the spill and were not apprised of an adequate emergency response plan.
Beware what is happening in Helena. There is a move afoot to remove you from any meaningful way to voice your concerns about private property, public health, safety, transportation, fish and wildlife and cultural resources and historic sites when the development du jour arrives in your backyard.
During its annual meeting Nov. 12 and 13 in Billings, the Northern Plains Resource Council elected the following to the board of directors for 2010-11: Chair Ed Gulick of Billings; Vice-Chair Jeanie Alderson of Birney; Treasurer Sandra Abraham of Billings; Assistant Treasurer Clare Witcomb o…