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High winds have downed power lines and cut electricity to more than 2,500 people in northwestern Montana. Comment?
A familiar event is returning to the state golf scene, and it should be a welcome addition to the links landscape. Comment?
Spring comes earlier and gloriously to Flathead Lake. Mountain views, sparkling waters, orchards and small-town charm draw visitors to Polson on the lake's south shore. Comment?
KALISPELL - The Bigfork School District plans to spend $17,900 to improve security at school buildings. Comment?
Celebrity photographer David LaChapelle has been sued for $1 million by a Montana gallery director who claims he beat and choked him. Comment?
Arguments over competing tax proposals took center stage Wednesday as the Legislature prepared for a break at its halfway point by advancing proposals favored by Republicans. Comment?
A system that appeared to be heading to complete public funding of campaigns a decade or so ago instead has taken a U-turn into uncharted territory. Comment?
18 Montana Guest Opinion, it is amazing the five composers of this article did not once comment on what the three out-of-state organizations intend to do to undermine their pension fund. Comment?
A Republican lawmaker is arguing it will take more money -- not less -- in politics to beat back the tidal wave of so-called dark money. Comment?
A Bigfork man has claimed a $30,000 jackpot from the Montana Lottery. Lottery officials say Joseph Bednarczyk claimed the Montana Cash jackpot Wednesday with a ticket bought at Smith's Food & Drug in Kalispell. Comment?
The days of our state's top leader poising with the Naked Cowboy in Times Square on a marketing sweep in New York, having a border collie as a constant companion or wielding a veto branding iron will soon be in Montana's rear view mirror. Comment?
A 47-year-old Bigfork man has denied felony charges filed after a vehicle struck a motorcycle in July, injuring the two people on the bike. Comment?
Editor's note: This is the first article in a series examining Gov. Brian Schweitzer's legacy as he prepares to leave office in January. Comment?
A school bus carrying the Eureka girls' basketball team struck two horses on U.S. Highway 93 southeast of Eureka. Comment?
Outdoor writer Todd Tanner, of Bigfork, explores this question in a thought-provoking essay, originally published in Sporting Classics magazine, and re-printed in the current issue of Montana Outdoors. Comment?
26 publication by Sen. Greg Hinkle and Bradley Williams on assisted suicide. Assisted suicide is an important topic for Montana where proponents are wrongly claiming that the practice is legal, and the majority of the population are senior citizens -- more than 50 years of age. Comment?
Bevan Olyphant doesn't hold back when describing Bigfork artist Eric Thorsen's artistic abilities. Comment?
Often in the last three decades, Montana's dominance of Montana State in the Bobcat-Grizzly has been personified by UM's quality kicking game. Comment?
3 wedding. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Eric and Lauri Tokerud of Shelby. She graduated from Shelby High School in 2005 and Montana Tech in Butte in 2009 and is in administration at Marias Medical Center in Shelby. Comment?