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Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) Adam Meier announced today the agency is conducting a Community Assessment Survey for Older Adults to help learn the priorities of Montanans related to services provided by the state.

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BOZEMAN – A brief conversation between Royce W. Smith, dean of the Montana State University College of Arts and Architecture, and photography professor Christina Z. Anderson about images processed in the MSU school colors led to a recent feature in the leading website dedicated to alternativ…

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On Tuesday morning, superintendents at all eight of Montana’s AA public school districts sent a letter to state Superintendent Elsie Arntzen expressing “no confidence in your performance as Montana’s chief public education officer.” Over the course of five pages, the superintendents alleged …

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A U.S. District Court judge in Georgia on Tuesday temporarily blocked a third COVID-19 vaccine requirement issued by President Joe Biden that would apply to federal contractors and subcontractors. In granting the injunction, which was requested by several states including Idaho, federal judg…

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Our fire year is not over

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The Montana Department of Revenue and cannabis industry stakeholders alike were surprised to recently discover that HB 701, the state’s legalization framework bill, prohibits license holders from growing or selling hemp, and by extension, from producing cannabidiol or CBD products that are d…

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 By Molly Absolon WRITERS ON THE RANGEThis summer, three of us were hiking in Alaska’s western Brooks Range when we encountered a pack of eight wolves. We were far from any help when they moved toward us, paused, and then disappeared behind a low ridge. When they re-emerged seconds later, th…

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The best investment you can make is in yourself. 

There is, in all of life, an instinct for structure. Animals congregate in packs, flocks, herds, some sort of gathering of like-kind, and within such a group, we find a structure which determines how the group operates.

So WHAT IF things were different? Have you ever wondered how life would be altered if the ‘facts’ we know hadn’t happened?  Sorta like Opposite Day – which we celebrate in the library every so often. We love to wear our pjs to work or put our clothes on backwards some days.  Let’s spark your…

It was naïve to assume that putting virtually all information in the hands of the world would usher in greater enlightenment. Rather than folks accessing the information necessary to make intelligent decisions, it seems to have only increased our thirst for confirmation bias. Confirmation bi…

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In ancient Greece playwrights like Sophocles and Euripides would write their characters into some improbable situation where a reasonable resolution appeared highly unlikely. No problem, at the critical moment a god would be lowered from a crane onto the stage and save the day. That’s where …