John Brenden (April 17 guest opinion) pretended to be a “friend” of public recreationists while promoting a Bureau of Land Management land exchange with his political supporters, the Wilks brothers.
It's very gratifying to have the Montana Supreme Court rule Jan. 16 in favor of the vast majority of the Montana public after fully evaluating the very complicated issues dealing with the historic use of prescriptive roads and bridges, which have been used for decades.
There will be a crucial Montana Supreme Court hearing on April 29 in Bozeman. Starting at 9:30 a.m., in the Montana State University Strand Union Ballroom, the court will consider if a Madison County District Court judge erred when he ruled that the public cannot use certain county bridges t…
ANACONDA -- While Anaconda-Deer Lodge County continues its research into what is allegedly a county road northeast of town, local sportsmen are uniting to press the issue.