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Another Montana Senate seat is up for grabs and, as expected, the dark money vultures are hovering. Smear ads paid for by out-of-state PACs are popping up like mushrooms in manure.

The Bozeman City Commission requested a review of city policies to ensure they don’t discriminate against minorities. That’s a good thing. But a number of citizens have objected to the review’s conclusions because it did not constitute an impartial, third-party examination of those policies.

The death of Rep. John Lewis has sparked a nationwide wave of tributes to his work for civil rights protections for minorities. And we should all join in that wave.

The Native Americans who relied upon the abundant resources of the Gallatin Valley once knew it as the “Valley of Flowers.” A mosaic of twisting streams, braided through lush woodlands and meadows, with game trails crisscrossing the distance between the Bridger and the Gallatin ranges. For c…

Last week, in a vote of 310 to 107, the Great American Outdoors Act (GAOA) passed the House of Representatives in a broad show of bipartisan support. The president is expected to sign the bill any day, which will fully fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF), and provide needed fund…

You can recognize them immediately. Sporting the latest athleisure wear by Fjallraven or Kuhl and swinging around some type of nostalgic, cedar canteen, or perhaps wearing ostrich cowboy boots, or maybe even driving a new Tesla, the hordes of privileged tourists from America’s wealthy urban …