Sunday, August 09, 2020

Letters to the Editor

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Updated 19 hours ago

Fair events jeopardize health of community

We are at a significant juncture in our community as we stand approximately a month before the scheduled start o...

Updated 19 hours ago
Letters to the editor Aug. 9

I love the fair. I love the shows, carnival and rodeo. But having worked at the fairgrounds for many years, I also know about the crowds. I’m sorry, but social distancing is not possible.

Updated 19 hours ago
Preserve the America we know and love

I have been a registered nurse for over 29 years, the majority of which has been spent in the community health setting. All of my jobs during this time have involved infection control, whether that was part of or...

Updated 19 hours ago
Defending government property at the expense of liberty

As I read of the use of Federal officers sent to Portland against the wishes of the Governor of Oregon and the Mayor of Portland for the purpose of “protecting federal property,” I thought of these words from the...

Updated 19 hours ago
Election mail bag Aug. 9

From the Democrats website: “Every four years, the Democratic Party puts together our party platform, the ideas and beliefs that govern our party as a whole.” Buried deep within this documents is the statement “....

Updated 19 hours ago
Rosendale’s plan will get Montana’s economy back on track

There’s no question that we’re facing unprecedented challenges in today’s economy. From job losses and disruptions in education, to deferred payments, business closures and even bankruptcies, it’s clear we have a...

Updated 3 days, 19 hours ago
Election mail bag Aug. 6

Senator Steve Daines has often been critical of federal judges who “legislate from the bench,” in his words, but apparently legislating from the bench is perfectly acceptable as long as it suits his ideological g...

Updated 1 week ago
This election, keep your eye on the forest

I have known Bob Brown for years, and I even ran for Lieutenant Governor with him when he ran for Governor in 2004. He is a good guy who is fun to sit and visit with. But he has one failing, which probably comes ...

Updated 1 week ago
Letters to the editor Aug. 2

I am writing to offer a testimonial to the work of the Flathead Warming Center, to urge the Kalispell community to find an appropriate venue for them for the coming winter. I speak from experience: Christ Church ...

Updated 1 week ago
Bullock continues to block OPI from the table

I am optimistic for the coming school year. I would rather be talking about the positive vision for Montana education than the Governor’s vacant leadership lacking transparency. On March 3, the Governor created M...

Updated 1 week ago
Cowboy up, mask up, keep Montana open

Wearing a mask and keeping 6 feet apart from others is the best way to stop the spread of COVID-19 and to ensure Montana businesses remain open during this c...

Updated 1 week, 3 days ago
Letters to the editor July 30

Recently, Rep. Mark Noland said unemployed Montanans are “enjoying this” and staying off work longer than needed because of the added weekly CARES unemployme...

Updated 1 week, 3 days ago
We must reignite Montana’s economy

Our state, and our country, has never faced a challenge like the one we are confronted with today. COVID-19, and the ensuing shutdown sent shockwaves through our economy. The consequences have been devastating, a...

Updated 1 week, 6 days ago
Letters to the editor July 27

Nobody has ever had to fight a forest fire in a global pandemic before, at least not in our lifetimes. But, as fire season approaches in Montana, it’s becomi...

Updated 2 weeks ago
Campaigning on behalf of the common man

As I watch the endless political ads on television I am reminded of why I started this journey in the first place. One word in particular is extremely troubling to me. One word that every “politician” seems to ut...