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Montana Lost It’s Freedom Of Speech?
If you hang out in Montana for any period of time, you quickly realize that we have our beliefs and we stand by them no matter what. Our freedom is cherished. It's hard to believe, but there was a time that if you spoke your mind in this state, you wound up behind bars.
Could Spring Actually Be Here?
Looking off my front porch today I had a feeling that spring was maybe really here. It has been a long nasty winter and I for one sure hope that it is finally spring with no more snow!
Power Outage
Q2 reports that a driver lost control of their car and collided with a power pole, severing the pole and knocking out power lines in the 1900 block of 2nd Avenue North at about 2 a.m. Sunday morning. The vehicle rolled over, then collided with a house where the lone driver was ejected...
MSUB Powwow
Tribes from all over Montana came to Billings on Friday night. Veteran William Medicine Crow and MSU Billings Interim Chancellor Ron Larson led the grand entry of the 50th annual MSUB Powwow. Billings Mayor Bill Cole also took part in the festivities...
Defendant Charged with Tampering
Prosecutors have filed additional charges against one of the defendants in a homicide, where a man’s body was found headless in a makeshift campsite on Billings’ West End. 31-year-old Donald Cherry, 31, was charged in March with intimidation and tampering with witness…
Crash Fatality Identified
The Gazette reports the Yellowstone County Coroner’s Office has identified the man who died Saturday night in Billings after the car he was driving crashed into a power pole. 36-year-old August Siek died after sustaining multiple blunt force injuries, according to Deputy Coroner R...
Bullock Won’t Deploy Guardsman on a Whim
The Billings Gazette reports that Gov. Steve Bullock will never deploy Montana National Guard troops “based simply on the whim of the President’s morning Twitter habit.” The Democratic governor and possible contender for his party’s presi…
Gianforte at Fossil Fuel Summit in Billings
Q2 reports that leaders from Montana’s fossil fuel industry met with Congressman Greg Gianforte Thursday in Billings to discuss the future of the industry and help navigate federal regulations.
The discussion focused on what changes can be made to federal permitting at a round table d…

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