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John Verbsky

Billings Clinic Doctor Arrested on Rape, Assault Charges

Billings Clinic doctor John Wilson Verbsky was arrested over the weekend on charges rape and partner or family member assault. Verbsky, 47, was arrested Saturday  on charges of sexual intercourse without consent, two counts of partner or family member assault and criminal destruction of a communication device. He is being held at the Yellowstone County Detention Read More…

Jon Tester

Senator Tester Committee Involved in Illegal Contributions Controversy

Jon Tester, Democratic U.S. Senator from Montana, rode to national elected office on a pledge to restrict lobbying, end campaign finance violations, and the like. Despite his promises to the contrary, Senator Tester is now in the midst of a scandal, involving allegations of campaign finance violations, illicit lobbying practices, and a firm of trial Read More…

Steve Bullock

Bullock lays out priorities: new spending, new taxes

Helena – Fresh off a narrow re-election victory Governor Steve Bullock is laying out his priorities for the 2017 legislative session. Despite the gains made by Republicans on Election Day Mr. Bullock remains confident that he can secure legislative victories. Mr. Bullock told Lee Enterprises, “I don’t anticipate much different dynamics than we’ve seen in Read More…

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Great Falls legislator says stance on bills got him fired

Great Falls – HD 19 Representative Randy Pinocci has filed a lawsuit against Advanced Litho Printing and the Montana Contractors’ Association alleging that his legislative voting record led to his firing in 2015.  The conservative Republican filed his suit on November 14th in Missoula District Court. Pinocci worked for Advanced Litho from 1999 to 2015 Read More…

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Lewistown News-Argus

Click here to view the full story The Judith Theatre was sold to Polson Theatres, Inc. earlier this month. Polson Theatres has rented the Judith since 2007. Photo by Charlie Denison Sat, 12/10/2016 – 5:00am The picture show plays on. Becky and Gary Dupuis of Polson Theatres, Inc., who have


Climate review is 'housekeeping': Cormann

Click here to view the full storyA review of the Turnbull government’s climate change policies is mere housekeeping, a senior conservative minister insists. Finance Minister Mathias Cormann says the major review in 2017, which came under fire from conservative backbenchers over the past week, will examine whether the “settled” policy is being implemented in the Read More…

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Two Patriots in the Crucible of December 1941

Click here to view the full storyX Story Stream recent articles Jay Dawley graduated from West Point in 1939, having entered the military academy four years earlier. It was prescient, as his family knew that war was coming. “My father was pretty certain of it and he said,


Gazette opinion: How to prevent holiday hunger

Click here to view the full storyChristmas vacation isn’t so jolly for families who struggle to stretch grocery money to feed their children. Most of the 96 kids — preschoolers through middle-schoolers — enrolled in Friendship House of Christian Service programs are in financially struggling families. Friendship House is a safe haven for children, tucked


Why Not 100-Year U.S. Treasury Bonds?

Click here to view the full storyX Story Stream recent articles If President-elect Donald Trump’s economic growth plan — slashing business and personal marginal tax rates and rolling back costly business regulations — is achieved next year, the economy could break out with 4 to 5 percent growth.

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Water Utilities: New Congressional Passage Good 'First Step' to Helping Improve Stormwater and Drought Readiness

Click here to view the full storyWASHINGTON, Dec. 10, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA) congratulates Congress for passage of the Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act (WIIN), and is hopeful for more discussion and action.  The package authorizes nearly $10 billion in federal investment, which they say will Read More…