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Republican James G. Blaine (1830-1893) was a House speaker, senator and two-time secretary of state, but he is remembered, if at all, for this doggerel:... [Read More]
Alley is a female shepherd mix pup available for adoption though Rez Dog Rescue of Montana. The sweet, multi-color dog is about 7-8 months old.... [Read More]
Sarah Wetsch recently joined Stahly Engineering & Associates as a summer intern. [Read More]
Karolina Konieczna and Jared Dickerson recently joined the Billings office of A&E, an established design firm with offices in Billings, Bozeman, Missoula, Kalispell and Seattle. [Read More]
Shilo Cook recently joined Century 21 Hometown Brokers as a Realtor. [Read More]
Demolition... [Read More]
1. Was it the right decision to allow John Daly to use a cart at the PGA Championship? [Read More]
Montana WWAMI recognized Dr. Roxanne Fahrenwald for her mentoring and teaching of WWAMI medical students along with her excellence in leadership and patient care. WWAMI... [Read More]
Basketball... [Read More]
Wyoming men's basketball assistant coach Jermaine Kimbrough has been hired as an assistant at Loyola University Chicago, the Casper Star Tribune reported Friday. [Read More]
The Trump administration is finalizing regulations to dramatically weaken the Endangered Species Act, which could bring an end to the law that has kept some... [Read More]
I am going to give Sen. Steve Daines and Rep. Greg Gianforte the conspiracy and obstruction in the Mueller report, even though I don't believe... [Read More]
The Montana Legislative session is over for 2019. The Montana House and Senate had a grand ol' time hashin' and passin' and rejectin' bills. One... [Read More]
It's high time The Gazette took a more critical stance of South Billings Urban Renewal District Director Steve Zeier's case. Thank you. I'm still not... [Read More]
A big thank you from Bright n' Beautiful to the hundreds of volunteers who showed up to clean up in Billings, Laurel, Shepherd, Huntley and... [Read More]
Tom Lutey's May 10 article that ran in the Independent Record explains NWE's demand charge for new residential solar power customers. I served as the... [Read More]
Now 60 years old, Bill Lepley gives a good laugh when he's asked if he thinks he's a dinosaur in more ways than one. [Read More]
I grew up in the USSR, a country where freedom of speech was guaranteed by the Constitution — well, all speech except "hateful speech." Political... [Read More]
Tags: Bullock - speech - USSR
The 2019 Montana Legislature failed to pass legislation addressing several key impaired driving issues that affect your safety. One is that 70 percent of first... [Read More]
The American Legion baseball doubleheader set for Sunday between the Dillon Cubs and Laurel Dodgers at Thomson Park has been canceled due to the weather. [Read More]
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