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Our Viewpoint

Living in Montana, you learn early on how to navigate winter weather. We might complain about the snow, the cold, and the frequent icy roads. But you...

 

VA fails to explain denial

A letter for the many victims of the Montana veterans Choice Program. This program is highly promoted as helping and saving veterans lives. As a Choic...

 

Montana Viewpoint

If you want to get the attention of the powers that be, you have to do something radical to call...

 

Our Viewpoint

This week, Barry McWilliams celebrates 40 years of creating cartoons for newspapers. In 1978, Barry...

 

Street Smart

Firearms have been a part of the fabric that defines our nation from the very outset. The people...

 

Our Viewpoint

As we gear up for the holiday season, we’re reminded of the importance of helping others. We should be good neighbors at all times, but those less...

 

Community appreciation

I want to extend deep gratitude and appreciation to business’s and individuals in our county that contributed to renovating the kiosk in front of...

 

An election reform proposal

At the outset let me say that I never want to change anything that is not broken. However, when we consider the vast differences between rural and...

 

Montana Viewpoint

Those philosophers who have wrestled with the concept of truth for centuries can take a break now...

 

Thank you, veterans

Thank you to all the local veterans who graced our students and staff with your presence at our Veterans Day lunch at Thompson Falls Elementary...

 

Our Viewpoint

The forecast is predicting snow any day now. The first winter storm of the season always seems to be followed by an increased number of accidents...

 

Feds failed with water rights

As we have the pleasure of talking with friends and neighbors about the CSKT Compact, the common theme is that no one understands it. The typical...

 

Fake news leading socialist change

Regarding The good and the bad Montana Viewpoint (Nov. 1 Ledger), could I just add “and The ugly” to that title by Jim Elliott. Jim’s account...

 

Street Smart

I am a white, pro-life, Christian, heterosexual male, Republican, who supports a strong immigration...

 

Our Viewpoint

Being a citizen of the United States of America means having the right to enjoy many freedoms others do not. Next Tuesday voters will take to the poll...

 

Five days in October

Editor, Five days in October. Those “boys of the summer” and the Series. It was a refreshing break to watch opponents with different goals,...

 

Police take decay issue seriously

On behalf of those of us who have diligently and doggedly worked to get community decay properties cleaned up in Thompson Falls, we want to thank...

 

Montana Viewpoint

You may have heard about it. A couple of days ago two black men in hoodies drove up to the Boston...

 

Drug prevention takes community involvement

Red Ribbon Week started in the 80s, and decades later the importance of educating our kids about the dangers of drug use is just as relevant....

 

Smokescreen?

Editor, Talk about a smokescreen! Paul Fielder’s claim that he will reduce smoky air if elected county commissioner is pretty easy to see through....

 

They pay now, or we pay later

Clean water is possible with responsible mining. Responsible mining costs the mining companies more money. Montanans must ask why these companies...

 

Local voters can make a difference

To the Editor, I am a registered Republican. I have never written to the editor before in my 64 years. I cannot stay silent any longer. This midterm...

 

Educate yourself before you vote

I had the privilege to be in Kabul, Afghanistan, on June 14, 2014. That was a significant date for t...

 

Carol Brooker is dedicated to county

“We must show, not merely in great crises, but in the everyday affairs of life, the qualities of practical intelligence, of courage, of hardihood,...

 

Brooker has non-partisan in service

In 2010, Sanders County voters decided to make several of the county elected positions non partisan. There was wisdom in this as these positions are...

 

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