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Montana Viewpoint

Every once in a while, the public’s attention is drawn to an issue with a name that few people understand and many cannot even pronounce; enter “i...

 

On public lands

As a native of Sanders County, I spent my youth and much of my time even now roaming our beautiful mountains. When I was younger, I did this on my...

 

In memory of Jim Mershon

A true gentleman, mentor, and community leader in Sanders County passed away recently. James Mershon embodied community spirit, whether it was...

 

Would you stand by?

Hello, Jim Elliott. Your column on Vigilante Justice in The Sanders County Ledger on November 25 was a one-sided viewpoint with no mention of what bro...

 

Commissioners made good choice

Heavens to Betsy, let’s hope that Commissioners Cox and Magera do not give any consideration to the persons who submitted a petition recommending...

 

Our Viewpoint

Did you feel that warm weather that hovered near 60 degrees this week? It's hard to believe that December is here when we are still experiencing that...

 

Inquiring minds

Anyone else wonder why the “media” doesn’t ask Ryan Zinke the status of those eight investigations from his brief time in office as Secretary...

 

A Few Thoughts

U.S. Highway 10-A (“A” stood for “alternate”) ran by our front gate when I was a kid, on its way to a rendezvous with U.S. Highway 10 just...

 

Our Viewpoint

Last week there was great energy throughout the Thompson Falls community as the Blue Hawks prepared for their state championship game. Parents and stu...

 

Montana Viewpoint

Does the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse, who was accused of murdering two men and wounding another...

 

Give thanks for wild women

I met Phoebe at a crosscut saw training with the Cabinet Ranger Forest District in Montana on my first week of work for Friends of Scotchman Peaks Wil...

 

Our Viewpoint

It seems as though a lot of conversations lately have come back to a common theme: you never know what someone is going through. There continues to...

 
 By Bob Brown    Opinion    November 18, 2021

Other Viewpoints

My one brief experience with presidential politics occurred in 1995. My candidate was Colin Powell. The great historian, Stephen Ambrose, had emerged...

 

Providing accurate information

Thank you to the Board of Health for the clarifying article in the November 4 issue of The Ledger. We are blessed with many sources of information on...

 

Hunters, pay attention

Montana resident sportsmen/women wake up! I am a 68-year-old retired farmer, fourth-generation Montanan and a lifelong avid hunter, angler and...

 

Our Viewpoint

Last weekend was exciting. Not only did the Blue Hawks win a quarterfinal football match at home, but the Hawks won the division volleyball title, als...

 

Constitution is the solution

From where do you accredit your freedom? Our American founders recognized the source of freedom is God. Inscribed on our Liberty Bell “Proclaim...

 

Montana Viewpoint

Many people who are opposed to mandatory Covid vaccinations hold themselves out to be patriots and...

 

Showing others respect

The Sanders County Commissioners (SCC) held a follow up meeting on November 4 regarding an amendment to a contract for COVID vaccination assistance....

 

Our Viewpoint

Our Sanders County sports teams have had a rough couple of years. The pandemic forced some teams to cancel their seasons spring 2020. This year the...

 

Support for forest project

The governing board of the Kootenai Forest Stakeholders Coalition (KFSC) has voted unanimously to support a legal defense of the Forest Service Ripley...

 

Defending our choices

“Life’s not multiple choice” is a favorite catchphrase for educators who don’t like multiple-choice test questions. The phrase is repeated as...

 

Travels with Gigi

I recently traveled around Washington state with Gigi for a few days, all the way out to the ocean and back. Gigi was often the navigator. She gives...

 

Our Viewpoint

We've entered a new era as Montanans. It's life-changing. We now have to dial the area code to reach out and touch someone. Granted, many households...

 

The other side of COVID-19

A remarkable presentation was given to the Sanders County Board of Health at their October 13 meeting by residents Kate Hardman, Sarah Klingenberg and...

 

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