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 By Greg Hertz    Opinion    January 18, 2017 

Save Montana Highway Jobs

Shortly before Christmas, men and women across Montana were notified that the road construction projects they were depending on to put presents under the tree this year would be canceled. The jobs they were depending on to provide for their families...

 

Special Election Looms, Quist Seeks Dem Nomination

Following Montana U.S. Representative Ryan Zinke's decision to accept his appointment to Secretary of the Interior, Montanans have started throwing their hats in the ring to fill the Big Sky's sole... Full story

 

Zinke Accepts Nod to Oversee Interior

Rep. Ryan Zinke announced Dec. 15 that he has accepted the offer to serve as the incoming Secretary of the Interior. In remarks announcing Zinke’s nomination, President-elect Donald Trump praised the Montana native’s positions, ranging from... Full story

 
 By Dane Osen    News    December 21, 2016

Busted Knuckle Awarded State-Sponsored Grant

Our own Busted Knuckle Brewery has received a grant for $39,250 for brewing equipment and to assist with the expansion of the brewery in Glasgow. Governor Steve Bullock and the Agriculture... Full story

 

Governor's AIS Rapid Response Team Comes to Glasgow

Governor Steve Bullock issued an executive order declaring a statewide natural resource emergency for Montana bodies of water, due to the detection of the larvae of invasive aquatic mussels at Tiber Reservoir and suspected detections at Canyon Ferry... Full story

 

Victories for Trump, Zinke and Bullock Projected as Polls Close

In addition to the State of Montana’s three electoral votes going to Donald J. Trump, who at press time was projected the likely winner of the overall 2016 presidential race, statewide and local races were still in play. Representative Ryan Zinke... Full story

 
 By James Walling    News    November 2, 2016

Gianforte and Robinson Stop in Glasgow

Bozeman businessman and tech entrepreneur Greg Gianforte and running mate, rancher and Phillips County Commissioner Lesley Robinson visited Glasgow Nov. 1 as part of their final whistle stop tour before election day. During their tour, they’ll... Full story

 

Helland Named to List of Judicial Appointees

Governor Steve Bullock is currently considering four candidates for appointment to serve as judge on Montana's 17th Judicial District. The position is currently being held by the embattled Judge John... Full story

 

Greg's Top Ten

When I first came to Montana more than 40 years ago, I fell in love with the natural beauty and the people. I knew, back then, that I wanted to make a life in Montana. When my wife and I founded a technology company in our home in Bozeman nearly two... Full story

 

HLRC Adds, Replaces Board Members in Malta

Following a nearly two and half-hour meeting with over 20 members of the public, The Hi-Line Retirement Board of Directors replaced three current members of the board and voted in a new member to fill a vacant spot during a private, executive... Full story

 

Bullock Unwilling to Debate in Northeast Montana

Governor Steve Bullock has declined an invitation from The Courier to debate in Northeast Montana, following a successful congressional debate between Congressman Ryan Zinke and challenger Denise Juneau held in nearby Frazer on Aug. 29. Bullock... Full story

 

Let's Protect Our Public Schools

Whenever I visit rural Montana and see the public schools at the center of each town, I am immediately reminded of Montana’s strong public education system and how important it is to the success and livelihoods of our rural communities. I strongly... Full story

 
 By Parker Kulczyk    News    June 15, 2016

Valley County Primary Roundup

Montana’s election primary was held last week on June 7. For the Democrats, Valley County voted 344-337 for Hillary Clinton, while Bernie Sanders won at the state level. On the Republican side of things, Donald J. Trump took landslide victories at...

 
 By Parker Kulczyk    News    June 1, 2016

Election Information

Montana’s primary election is set for Tuesday June 7, and Valley County voters have a lot of opportunity to do their civic duty and make their voices heard. Polling places will be open for voters as follows: Precinct 1, Fort Peck (Fort Peck... Full story

 

Valley County Primary Election Results, June 8, 2016

VALLEY COUNTY PRIMARY RESULTS (Posted at 8:30 a.m.) President – Dem Primary Hillary Clinton 344 Bernie Sanders 337 No preference 56 President – Rep Jeb Bush 42 Ted Cruz 161 John Kasich 96 Marco Rubio 58 Donald Trump 1,250 No preference 99... Full story

 
 By John S Adams    News    April 13, 2016

Clinton vs. Sanders Race Rolling Toward Montana

As the race for the Democratic presidential nomination heads deeper into spring, some Montana Democrats are wondering if lightning will strike twice. That’s because for the second time in eight years their party may not have a clear-cut...

 

Medicine Crow an Advocate for American Values

As was widely reported, Joseph Medicine Crow, a chief of the Montana Crow Tribe of Montana and a Native American historian, died in a hospice in Billings on April 3 at the age of 102. Medicine Crow was raised on a Crow reservation near Lodge Grass, M...

 
 By Parker Kulczyk    News    March 2, 2016

Bullock Appoints Local Attorney

Nick Murnion, Valley County attorney, has been appointed by Governor Steve Bullock to serve the 16th Judicial District. Prior to serving Valley County, he was the county attorney in Garfield County and a private practice attorney. The 16th District... Full story

 

Montana's Bison Burden

Montana has a rising wave of conservationists from near and far choking the interests of our state’s historical and economical foundation. Squeezing slowly, our governor, the American Prairie Reserve and Bureau of Land Management have tightened... Full story

 

Ruth Ann Hutcheson Recognized by Governor

Governor Steve Bullock, First Lady Lisa Bullock, and the Governor's Office of Community Service recognized RuthAnn Hutcheson of Glasgow on Friday, February 12 at the state capitol for her outstanding...

 

Nominations Sought For Montana Outdoor Hall Of Fame

A group of Montana state agencies and conservation organizations is seeking nominations for the second round of inductees to the Montana Outdoor Hall of Fame. The MOHOF honors individuals who have contributed to the restoration and conservation of...

 

No National I.D., Thanks

Recently the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) granted Montana an extension of time to conform to the “REAL ID” law passed by Congress in 2005. In a nutshell the REAL ID law demanded that state driver license and identification cards conform...

 

Governor, Canadian Consul Honor Nashua's Shirley Ball

Recently, Montana's Gov. Steve Bullock joined with Canadian Consul General Marcy Grossman in welcoming guests to a retirement reception in honor of Honorary Consul Shirley Ball of Nashua. The...

 

It's Time to Free Barry Beach

“It [is] more a duty [of an Attorney General] to save an innocent than to convict a guilty man.” We know we do not live in a perfect world where only the guilty are convicted and the wrongly accused go free, but prosecutors can sometimes seem...

 

Governor Steve Bullock Signs Bill Making Scobey Soil Official State Soil of Montana

Governor Steve Bullock was joined by Sen. J.P. Pomnichowski, former Governor and soil scientist Brian Schweitzer, and students from Longfellow Elementary School, as he hosted a ceremonial signing of SB 176, making the Scobey Soil the official state... Full story

 

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