We certainly are to be forgiven if we are distracted by events during this coronavirus pandemic. But we can’t let our distraction turn to negligence. There are other things happening that demand our attention.

Extraordinary circumstances call for extraordinary actions. Case in point: Montana State University administrators’ decision to allow students to opt for a pass-fail mark on spring semester courses rather than the traditional letter grades. It was an appropriate and compassionate decision gi…

I was alarmed by the recent revelations that out-of-state signature gatherers employed by the same organization hired to qualify the Green Party for the ballot in 2018 were once again collecting signatures for the Green Party, despite the Montana Green Party’s unequivocal public condemnation…

There is a wonderful quotation from Charles Dickens that seems just right for these difficult times: “There is nothing so strong or safe in an emergency of life as the simple truth.” We take great pride in our sense of community and place and it is critical that we pull each other along with…

Your Bozeman teachers today are doing something nobody thought possible a month ago: teaching all 7,200 of our community’s kindergarten through 12th graders online, remotely.