As we spent Thursday celebrating Veterans' Day, many words were said by many speakers at many events honoring veterans across Montana.
On Friday, the Helena-Lewis & Clark National Forest announced final approval of the Record of Decision for its Forest Plan.
When EPA has a problem with public perception of potential health hazard in Butte, Montana, EPA Region 8 toxicologist Charlie Partridge rides to the rescue.
We are losing civility in our schools, on our planes and at our dinner tables. That incivility now extends to our hospitals.
Political centrism seems like a quaint, all-but-obsolete concept these days.
The Natural Resource Damage Program conducted a tour of the second phase of its Parrot tailings removal project recently. The progress on this project is both cause for celebration and an eloquent reminder of just how close we came to leaving in place the tons of contaminants now being remov…
You're almost out of time to nominate your choice or choices for the 2nd annual "Local Heroes" awards here in Butte.
The case of Rodney Robert Smith hardly seems worthy of the special treatment and attention lavished on it by the office of the Montana Attorney General.
A lot of lip service is given, particularly in election cycles, to bipartisanship.
When someone asks, “What’s special about Montana?” the answer is usually something about mountains or rivers or “quality of life.”
Last year, as Butte, Montana, America and the world were fighting through the pandemic, Father Patrick Beretta had a great idea.
Late in July, the U.S. House of Representatives took up a bipartisan measure to speed the processing of special visas for Afghan interpreters and others who worked for U.S. or coalition forces during two decades of war in Afghanistan.
"Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo cannot survive in office," writes The News' Editorial Board.
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The Public Service Commission is not worthy of the name.
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