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Action needed to protect legacy of state’s rivers

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By MAC MINARD Guest columnist Here in Montana, our rivers and streams support almost every facet of a long-standing and cherished way of life. Montana’s waterways provide a living for hundreds of business owners and their employees in the guiding and outfitting industry, which is a large part of the state’s $7.1 billion outdoor recreation […]

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Rosendale can’t hide from record, elect Williams

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Matt Rosendale is a perfect example of disingenuous politicians re-writing their records to get elected. He has a long, horrible record on public lands, openly declaring while in the Montana Legislature that he favored transfer of public lands to the state, where they would be sold off, as Montana couldn’t care for them. He voted […]

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Romano, Absentee Voting, Campbell

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Romano best candidate to lead Montana’s schools I was a public school teacher for 35 years in Minnesota. Retired, I have lived in Montana for six months a year for the last 11 years. I am supporting Melissa Romano for superintendent of Montana’s Office of Public Instruction because I believe she is the best candidate […]

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Gianforte, Daines, Romano,

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Gianforte, Daines fail to hold Trump accountable The great American experiment of democracy may be on its last legs as Trump threatens to destroy 200+ years of hard work and efforts to create a government “of the people, by the people and for the people.” Due to Trump’s rhetoric, actions, lies and bullying, the country […]

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Daines doublespeak; Trump joining dictators

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Voters should not put up with Daines’ doublespeak Steve Daines’ habit of promising one thing to Montanans, then voting differently in D.C., is tiresome. Daines repeatedly placates moderates while voting with his extreme base. Hopefully Montanans are catching onto his routine lies and hold him accountable for how he votes rather than what he says. […]