Montana State Republican Party Chairman Will Deschamps said Wednesday that the real enemy of the party is not inside, but outside. Deschamps was referring to reports about the schism in the GOP that became more apparent during the recent legislative session
Montana must stop taking new enrollees into the state’s federally funded high-risk insurance pool by March 2, according to federal officials who wrote Insurance Commissioner Monica J. Lindeen last week.
'Whiskey is for drinking, but water is for fighting'...a popular saying when it comes to water rights in Montana. Click on this link to earn VIP points, and learn more about how a new water rights agreement is under consideration
Missoula residents know where their water comes from...turn on the tap and Mountain Water provides the water. But, on the Confederated Salish and Kootenai reservation the issue of water rights has a long and complicated history, but some solutions are being proposed.
September is National Preparedness Month and the Governor’s Office of Community Service encourages all Montanans to take the time to make sure their homes, neighborhoods, and communities are prepared for emergencies and disasters of all kinds.
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