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Braukmann set for sentencing on felony and misdemeanor charge after DUI arrest

Billings – Attorney Michelle Braukmann who pled guilty to felony criminal child endangerment and aggravated DUI in December is set for sentencing next week in Yellowstone County district court. Braukman had originally pled not guilty but changed her plea to guilty, in December, as part of a plea agreement with state prosecutors. She will appear Read More…

Transportation department gives out $2.4 million in raises while seeking tax increase

Helena – A recently released state audit that included the Montana Department of Transportation shows that MDT gave out raises to 82% of employees while postponing construction projects and asking the legislature to raise the state gas tax. The audited conducted by the Legislative Audit Division revealed that MDT handed out raises of $2.4 Million Read More…

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Port: Officers handled #NoDAPL protests with honor, dignity

Whether it was a barrage of social media messages, or reporters inundated with press releases, the results can’t be argued with. The impression most across the nation have received of the protest activity here in North Dakota, thanks to credulous and sometimes even outright sympathetic reporters, is one of jackbooted “militarized” police officers beating peaceful Read More…

Chopper crash widows claiming R9m from police

Johannesburg – Three women widowed by a helicopter crash which killed their policeman husbands in eMahlaleni in 2010 are seeking a default judgment worth R9m in their claims against the police, Beeld reported on Monday. The women’s lawyer Barry Hurter said the police had asked him several times not to go ahead with the application Read More…

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Is Hillary Running Again, Or Just Trying to Encourage All The Losers? (VIDEO)

It has been more than obvious that the Democrats are reeling from their election losses. If you’re not convinced, then you’ve missed the many protests, #NotMyPresident declarations, and their general flailing about. In an attempt to encourage the disgruntled, frustrated liberal masses, Hillary Clinton spoke to them in a pre-recorded video on Friday. The “thank Read More…

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Meet the terrorist behind the next women’s march

Here’s the left’s next great idea for bringing down President Trump: another women’s march. Which means another public instance of Trump haters shouting slogans to one another and mistaking it for constructive politics. What progressives need to defeat Trump is outreach, but all they have is outrage. On March 8, organizers seem to be aiming Read More…

Guest opinion: Tester champion for Montana anglers

Twelve million tourists visited Montana last year pouring billions of dollars into our state’s economy. In survey after survey, visitors cite our clean, cold waters and our well-managed natural resources as their reason for visiting Montana. In addition to tourists, thousands of Montana’s ranching and faming families nourish their crops and water their livestock with Read More…

Guest opinion: Market-based solution for cleaner energy future

President Trump campaigned on promises of creating new jobs, reducing regulations, limiting the size of our federal government, and increasing national security. Sen. Steve Daines, Sen. Jon Tester and Rep. Ryan Zinke (and his replacement) could help us all by supporting the following plan. In early February, senior Republicans, including former secretaries of State and Read More…

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