To many Montanans, it is hard to know who to vote for in this congressional race. With all the bickering and attack ads, it really makes you wonder, doesn't it? But the choice is simple for me.
HELENA — State Sen. Kendall Van Dyk, a Billings Democrat, announced Friday he won’t run for re-election this year, saying he wants to spend more time with his expanding family.
The following Eastern Montanans were chosen to serve on state boards and commissions:
I want to thank my colleagues and friends, Sen. Matt Rosendale and Rep. Doug Kary, for taking the lead in the efforts to abolish the death penalty in favor of life without the possibility of parole. Before I became a legislator, I was the "hang 'em high" type. But soon after being elected to…
If Steve Bullock wins the race for governor, it won't be long until we will wish we had Brian Schweitzer back in the governor's chair. At least with Schweitzer, you knew every policy revolved around his own self-interests regardless of party philosophy.
Roy Brown and Molly Nickelson participate in last year’s Food For Thought, An Evening of Great Coversation. The event gathers some of the community’s most interesting people to lead spirited discussions while enjoying food catered by Tom Nelson.
HELENA -- The Montana Republican Party took to the airwaves Tuesday to accuse Steve Bullock, the likely Democratic nominee for governor, of not fighting for Montanans against the 2010 federal health care reform law.
HELENA — Democratic state Sen. Larry Jent said Thursday he’s shutting down his campaign for governor, leaving Attorney General Steve Bullock as the lone announced Democrat for the post.
More than two hundred candidates have filed with the Montana Secretary of State since Jan. 12. Many more have filed with county clerks for local offices.
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HELENA -- Republican congressional candidate Steve Daines continues to reel in the money for Montana's 2012 U.S. House race, collecting about $180,000 over the past three months.
HELENA — It's not unprecedented for some ambitious Montanans to attend college out of state, find jobs in big cities and eventually wind their way back here to run for political office.
HELENA -- While Republican state Sen. Jim Shockley has been campaigning for attorney general for the past year, the Democratic side of the 2012 race remains in flux.
Roy Brown, general manager of KJCR, the new Catholic radio station in Billings, sits in the station's studio at 26 Wyoming Ave.
Thanks to support from area Catholics, a radio station that features Catholic programming 24 hours a day is now on the air in Billings.
Yellowstone County survived a wild year in 2010, with a Father's Day tornado leaving an extensive trail of damage, political shakeups and more. Here are some of the top stories of the year in the county:
Elections officials and observers gather for the Kendall Van Dyk and Roy Brown ballot recount at the Yellowstone County Courthouse. Van Dyk won the Senate District 25 race by four votes.
Roy Brown, right, and Kendall Van Dyk, center, watch as election officials and observers gather for their ballot recount.
Van Dyk, who led by eight votes when county officials began a recount this morning, edged Brown by four votes at noon.
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