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Billy, What is a sealed bid process? There are typically 5 steps in sealed bidding: Prepare the invitation for bid. The government (in this case School Board) must describe their requirements clearly, accurately and completely. Publicize the...

 

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(Ed: The following was emailed to the PR Chamber of Commerce. The Chamber and Examiner wanted to share Carlos’ email with the community.) I would like to send the town of Broadus a Big Thank you. It’s a beautiful thing what you are doing for...

 

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Letter to the Editor: I am introducing myself as a candidate for the Range Telephone Cooperative, Inc. Board of Trustee position for District #2. I recognize that the demand for faster and more reliable technology has never been greater. The need...

 

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Billy: Thanks so much for astutely capturing for all posterity the momentous picture of Broadus’ endearing tradition of the Broadus Hawk warriors being escorted by the city garbage truck onto the next victory! Sometimes Cass leads; sometimes Cass...

 

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Letter to editor: Today I did something that turned out to be much easier than I ever expected! And I’m urging all of you to do it too. I called our congressmen and gave them my input on the upcoming Build Back Better bill (BBB - It’s as simple...

 

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My young warrior, Wrestling is not for the faint of heart, but for those that accept the challenge, the rewards are so great. In practice a wrestler is conditioned to the point of total exhaustion knowing that is what is necessary to be able to...

 

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Editor, As we approach the end of 2020 you may be thinking about donating to one of Montana’s charities. Your donation helps these organizations provide critical services and this year many need your help. In addition to helping charities, your don...

 

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Dear Editor, I did not realize that Joe Biden has so many Relatives. Fritz Rehbein, Rozet, WY Dear Editor, This letter continues honoring our veterans. Between Korea and Vietnam War years there were people who served in the military and were well...

 

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Dear Editor; November 11th is Veteran’s Day. This is the 75th year after the end of WWII. As a very small child I remember being held and hugged by lots of veterans, WWI neighbors and many returning vets from WWII. While I was too young to...

 

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Ed: We print Letters to the Editor as written. Dear Editor, This is to let our veterans know that I am forever grateful to them for all they gave; that I have the freedom to write this article, the freedom to vote (next Tues.), the freedom to live...

 

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O’Donnell a No Show at PSC Meetings Being elected to represent the interest of the people of District 2 before the Montana Public Service Commission is a serious job. Tony O’Donnell, the incumbent representative, prefers to “phone it in...

 

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To the Editor, The other day, I saw an ad from Senator Daines’ campaign that falsely claimed Governor Bullock doesn’t support the Second Amendment. We all know Governor Bullock, and I think we can agree that’s just not true. Governor Bullock is...

 

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Letter to the Editor: The COVID-19 pandemic has caused much change in 2020. As a candidate for Range Telephone Board of Trustees in District II, I have been unable to make myself and my ideas known to the voting membership in a one on one setting....

 

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Something Is Rotten on the PSC There’s a quote from Shakespeare’s Hamlet that goes, “Something is rotten in the state of Denmark”. This has come to refer to corruption from the top down in a political body. And so goes the Montana Public...

 

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Billy, I want to commend Governor Steve Bullock for doing what many governors in rural states like ours were unable or unwilling to do -- work with both parties to expand access to health care and boost our economy through Medicaid expansion. By brin...

 

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Billy, The foxes bring back a good memory - we raised one, one summer. It finally ran away (maybe to the river). Our little dog was seen playing with it in the field by the Tastee Freez. I sure enjoyed Joe’s Mexico trips. I look forward to reading...

 

INSIGHTS &  OBSERVATIONS

By Joe Stuver (Continued from last week) After wandering over half of central Mexico last year, and getting caught in the nightmare nighttime traffic of Guadalajara, I actually had the route down...

 

Insights & Observations

By Joe Stuver My idyllic several months in Mexico flashed by in a flurry of friendship, wonderful food, soft, sweet smelling hugs and happy people. I stopped downtown to my favorite street side restaurants to say farewell, and exchange hugs, with...

 

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Hello Powder River County Voters, My name is John Wayne Olson, I am the son of Grant and Mary Olson. I am running as an Independent in the November Election for County Commissioner. You will not see my name in the June Primaries, but I want to wish...

 

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I recently was in Milton, Iowa where I looked for the grave of Mary Mills, which I believe to be kinfolk prior to 1920 and I was able to locate her grave, born in 1880 and died in 1932. I had a very interesting journey and searched through the...

 

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Billy, At the end of January, Ray Traub became ill with what was thought the flu, on February 1st it was discovered that he had viral meningitis and shingles on his brain, leading to encephalitis and pneumonia. On February 11th Ray was moved to the...

 

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Dear Editor, I am a retired rancher from Powder River County, member of Northern Plains Resource Council, and along with other ranchers and consumers, have been fighting for mandatory Country-of-Origin Labeling for nearly 20 years. We’re not...

 

Editorial

Remember to set your clocks forward an hour this Saturday night, as Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 AM, Sunday morning. Daylight Saving Time (DST) is an outdated and archaic remnant of a bygone era, originally organized by the Germans and the...

 

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To the Editor, Some other points to consider when listening to those promoting a socialist agenda for America. Since taxing away fully half of all income made by those making $197,651 or more, as has been suggested, would net the U.S. government...

 

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Remembering Carol Cain Memories of a little girl with pig tails long ago And a strawberry birthmark on her big toe She came into this world down Christmas lane That’s why us older kids chose Carol for her name We loved the Christmas carols we...

 

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