By John Meakin, Stevensville Jon Tester is a champion for my family. Several years ago, my wife was sent to UCLA’s Medical Center for highly specialized care and received a bill for nearly $20,000, but TriCare refused to pay the bill. She contacted TriCare numerous times to no avail. Finally, when UCLA said they […]
Archives for October 15, 2018
By Frank Novotny, Victor The market is not free if government is controlling it and taxing it. The article on “State minimum wage to increase” sounds so nice but has anyone asked the question: What business does the government have telling an employer how much he has to pay an employee? Doesn’t anyone remember […]
By Judith Fraser, Hamilton We will soon vote for Montana’s only U.S. Representative. The choice is clear. Kathleen Williams is an experienced state legislator who has successfully worked across the aisle to find fair solutions to complex problems. Her knowledge of the legislative process is extensive. Her varied job experience in natural resources is impressive. […]
By Bob Williams, Stevensville The 85th Session of the Montana Legislature passed legislation making medical bills more transparent. Passed legislation making it possible for new medical insurors to compete in Montana. Thanks to the 85th Session, there are test programs helping 4-5 year old children have access to educational opportunities. Test programs needing cost/benefit study. […]
By Dennis Hicks, Hamilton America’s Federalism provides an opportunity for various states to act as laboratories for innovative policies that other states can observe. For example, Montanans can observe Colorado’s failed marijuana legalization experiment and be warned. Another state that bears watching is Arizona’s innovative educational choice experiment called Empowerment Scholarship Accounts (ESA) which […]
By Edward Sperry Col USAF (ret), Stevensville There is more than a spoonful of sugar in the initiative for increasing the cigarette tax (I-185). It has appeal to many and is supported by much of the medical community, or at least the financial elements. I have only a brief comment which should be of interest […]
By Diane Thomas-Rupert, Stevensville Stand up and be heard. Vote! Montana Women and Men – STAND UP and BE HEARD! Make sure you are letting law makers know we will not allow sexual harassment and sexual assault to continue! No women or men should be afraid to report. What has happened to us? Are […]
WHEELCHAIR VAN – 2008 Chrysler Town & Country, automatic wheelchair ramp. 36,500 miles. Blue Book $18,000 to $21,000. Like new! Price $17,000. Photos on craigslist. (406)363-7737.
Smith & Wesson AR15’s, caliber 5.56. New, still in boxes. $675. Only 2 left! 642-6054.
S&W model 66 357 mag stainless w/metal case, holster, bullets, excellent condition! Remington Model 700 30-06 walnut monte carlo stock w/sling,3×9 scope, box of shells,case, very good condition! Kit-n-caboodle ready for the hunt $1150… Sold separate for $700 and $500 respectively…
Final Women’s Clothing Sale – ALL items including winter apparel is 1/2 off! Saturday, Oct 20th. 10-4. 280 Hattie Lane, Hamilton.
INDOOR SALE – Fri 10/19 & Sat 10/20, 9am – 3pm, 320 Morning Sky Dr., Hamilton. *New & Used Quality Custom Furniture. *Dimensional Wood (various species). *Hardware, Old Hand Tools, Garden/Yard. *Hand-painted Talavera Tiles, Ceramic Tiles. *Vintage Sewing Machine w/cabinet, original manual & accessories. *Art, Home Accessories, Light Fixtures. *Golf Equipment & Much More! *All […]