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- 2 Prosecutors: Man who raped 23-month-old also molested 6-year-old
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Montanans' most fundamental right is at risk: the right to choose who we want to represent us in free and open primary elections.
Memorial Day honors our heroes who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our country. It is also a time to honor those serving in the military today. Montana has a long history of military service and tradition. As Montanans know all too well, this proud tradition of military service comes with a price.
Frank St. Pierre of Anaconda fought in World War II. He is one of the most decorated living veterans in America. And yet, last week, my party - the Montana Republican Party - tried to invalidate his voter registration because he lives in a county with a lot of Democrats. Incredible as this m…
On Jan. 31, volunteers identified 2,217 homeless Montanans during Montana's annual Survey of the Homeless. Most had high school educations, and many were working.
A diagnosis of cancer scared the hell out of me! Having lost both of my parents to cancer, I thought I was genetically flawed when I got my own diagnosis of prostate cancer eight years ago. Thankfully, my treatments went well, and I remain cancer-free today.
The tragic case of Terri Schiavo is working its way through the international media spotlight. People of good will have polarized themselves about the intensely personal drama of Mrs. Schiavo and her family, who are bitterly divided on the ethical challenges presented by our high technology …
I am glad that I live in a town that has a newspaper with a corporate conscience. I believe that our paper has great influence over public opinion and can do much to shape our citizens' attitude. The Gazette and its sister papers in the Lee family have done their best to inform the public of…
When the 2003 session of the Montana Legislature began, it was understood that the state general fund faced a shortfall of more than $230 million.
I supported both calls for a special session of the Montana Legislature because the cuts that were being proposed in education and especially in the Department of Public Health and Human Services, which have such attractive federal funding matches, would have long-term policy implications. I…