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    After meeting two years earlier while being seated next to each other on a flight from Bozeman to Denver, the setting for Lindee Peterson and Ben Englehart's wedding was "The Barn" at the scenic Evergreen Memorial Park in Evergreen, Colorado, on Nov. 21, 2015. Officiating the ceremony was th…

      After a small rainstorm passed over the venue site, Kerrie Vivian and Brian Berger exchanged their wedding vows and rings in front of family and friends in the beautiful southwest mountain resort area of the Homestake Lodge. The mountain air was cleared of smoke from fires and the sun was sh…

      A new home is being built on my street. I’ve visited the job site countless times to check on the progress and to observe the quality of the workmanship. So far I’ve recorded nearly 40 videos showing mistakes and shortfalls. You can view the videos on my website. The link is at the end of this column.

      The top Air Force general in charge of the nation’s air- and ground-launched nuclear missiles has requested an official investigation into the number of airmen who are reporting blood cancer diagnoses after serving at Malmstrom Air Force Base in Montana. The illnesses became publicly known this week after The Associated Press obtained a military brief that at least nine missileers were reporting diagnoses of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. One of the officers has died. Missileers are the officers who serve in underground bunkers near silo-based Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missiles and are responsible for turning launch keys if ordered.

      Delaware Gov. John Carney has tested positive for COVID-19. The governor's office said Saturday that Carney tested positive late Friday using an at-home antigen test after experiencing mild symptoms. The 66-year-old Carney says he’s “feeling fine” and is isolating himself, and will work from home. This marks Carney’s second publicly announced bout with coronavirus in the past several months. He tested positive last May. Carney is barred by term limits from seeking reelection in 2024.

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      Children lose an average of two months of reading skills over the summer months. Children from low-income families suffer the biggest learning loss over the school break. To combat this backslide in reading skills, many Montana public libraries host summer reading programs designed to provid…

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