- 1 Missing Butte teens found unharmed at cabin at Canyon Ferry Reservoir
- 2 Missing Edgar man found dead on Saturday
- 3 Montana Brewing Co., Hooligan's ordered closed until Friday
- 4 Pursuit involving U.S. Marshals ends in multi-vehicle crash at Grand and 7th
- 5 Living next door to secretive FLDS compound: Noise, fending, guard tower and water woes
Steve Daines and Ryan Zinke are big-money men who get most of their support from millionaires. What better way to make sure they vote the way they are supposed to in Washington? They will always serve themselves and the very rich ahead of us as Montanans.
Surprise, surprise, Steve Daines loves the fact that the rich money people can give more to someone like him. Why does he really want to be our senator anyway? It certainly isn't because he wants to help Montanans. We know Daines has really good insurance. Why doesn't he want the rest of us …
There is fear among some that the increasing numbers attending Billings Public Schools is just a bubble. Some fear that if we build new schools, we will close their neighborhood school when enrollment declines.
I cannot believe that our Republican legislators, specifically Brenden and Essman, have to take legislative time to try and con all their members to think exactly like they do. What happened to having our own ideas and then work together? They would fit right into our Congress.
All we need to do is listen to Romney, Rehberg, Daines and Hill, and it's pretty clear they are all about money, Medicare vouchers, cutting programs that are badly needed and supporting the rich. Those of us who make up the rest of the Montana population should think long and hard before ele…
I believe in the will of the people, too, but our will was not to have the marijuana law turn into a fiasco for the state of Montana. I have listened to people laughing because they have a marijuana card and have nothing wrong.
Eagle Mount Officers and Board Members are: Todd Hanna, Stockman Bank, board president 2010/2011; Bob Culbertson, JGA Architects, vice president; Kathy Wallace, First Interstate Bank, secretary; Elaine Haaland Rist, Cricket Clothing Company, member at large; Lyle Seavy, Billings Clinic, past…
I completely agree with Dave Holcomb’s letter published on May 9 regarding medical marijuana, but would like to add that I’m appalled at the way our City Council has handled this problem. The medical-marijuana law passed years ago, and only now the council is considering how to regulate it. …