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Opinion

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Updated 2 weeks, 6 days ago

Libby resident discovers comfort in outdoors

I prefer to stay inside where it is not too hot, not too cold, but just right, watching movies or reading a book.

Updated 3 days, 14 hours ago
Bits n’ pieces from east, west and beyond

Raising the debt ceiling is not about raising the national debt, which most media has not explained well. It is about paying for bills already incurred by Congress.

Updated 6 days, 14 hours ago
Former legislator hopes state will stand up for seniors

Currently, Montana has a $2 billion budget surplus, thanks largely to an infusion of federal money intended to help our state during the public health emergency and provide a safety net for our state’s most vulne...

Updated 1 week, 6 days ago
The evidence is clear – education choice improves outcomes

Our recent Idaho Poll showed a third of Idahoans are not familiar with education choice, but when they know about it, they overwhelmingly approve.

Updated 1 week, 6 days ago
Gunderson disputes claim that Cabinet-Yaak grizzlies declining

Garrity is presenting data in a profoundly dishonest way to stall a project that will provide good paying jobs, aid in conservation and expand recreational access.

Updated 2 weeks, 3 days ago
Bits n’ pieces from east, west and beyond

A South Korean solar panel maker plans to invest over $2.5 billion in factories in Georgia, which are expected to supply about 30% of U.S. solar power demand by 2027, ABC News reported.

Updated 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Beware Republican deregulation

It was the biggest economic disaster in the history of Montana.

Updated 2 weeks, 6 days ago
Citizen claims vote tabulators are not honest

The dept. in charge seems to be honest, but the tabulating machines they employ are not.

Updated 1 month ago
The big lie of the big lie

To stop it and to remove suspicion, the 2020 elections need to be fully investigated. If Biden was fairly elected, it will be shown as such.

Updated 1 month ago
Bits n’ pieces from east, west and beyond

On Christmas day vandals attacked four power substations in Pierce County, Washington, stopping power to 14,000 customers.

Updated 1 month ago
Former Libby Police Commissioner sounds off on officer resignations

I am left with an overwhelming feeling that these former officers showed insubordination, lack of moral character, dereliction of duty to the oath of that of a peace officer.

Updated 1 month, 1 week ago
An open letter to the people of Libby

On Nov. 4 of this year, Libby Police Officers Chris Pape, Cody DeWitt and Ian Smith had a closed-door meeting with Mayor Peggy Williams and City Administrator Samuel Sikes.

Updated 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Conservation Easements Mean Better Forest Management

Conservation easements are a choice landowners have under their private property rights. They are not preservation.

Updated 1 month, 2 weeks ago
Bits n’ pieces from east, west and beyond

There’s a similarity to attacks on power facilities in Washington and Oregon when compared to the recent attack in North Carolina, according to The Guardian.

Updated 1 month, 4 weeks ago
Bits n’ pieces from east, west and beyond

The U.S. has no national standard on paid sick leave, in contrast to most industrialized nations, CNN reported.