Every year since the tragedy of Sept. 11, AARP volunteers throughout Montana have devoted that day to community service. This year AARP volunteers and many community partners joining forces to collect donations for local food banks, and shred, at no cost, confidential papers for local residents.
In the November 2012 election, 329 Yellowstone County residents who had moved since they last registered to vote were able to cast ballots thanks to Montana’s Election Day registration law.
Hundreds of people are expected to get free health screenings when the “Walgreens Way to Health Tour” bus stops in Billings Sept. 9.
When it comes to the health of seniors in Montana, the state is making incremental progress but still has significant room for improvement.
This week, Montana state senators have the opportunity to provide their constituents with the same consumer price protection on health insurance that they already have on other types of insurance.
HELENA — A proposal, backed by Montana’s top election official and local election administrators, to give counties the option of switching to all-mail voting for elections ran into a buzz saw of opposition Friday.
As the debate in Washington rages over how to avoid the "fiscal cliff" before the January 1 deadline, some lawmakers are using Social Security and Medicare as bargaining chips.
Many in Congress are considering harmful cuts to Social Security and Medicare as part of a plan to raise America’s debt ceiling and reduce the federal budget deficit.
Suffice it to say that Don Peterson is a content man.