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Offensive to Journalists, But OK for Coal Miners?
"So it was okay for Democrats and the liberal media to tell unemployed coal miners to learn to code, but it’s not okay to tell unemployed journalists the same." That was the reaction of Daily Caller video columnist Stephanie Hamill to the news that Twitter was censoring users who us…
Montana Legislative Guides, App Now Available
You know it's gonna happen. You're going to hear about a bill that you either support or oppose, and you will immediately want to contact your legislator. So, what's their number? What's their email? Check this out from the Montana Electric Cooperatives Association:
Trey Gowdy Back in Montana This Spring
"The bulldog" Trey Gowdy, known for holding Hillary Clinton accountable on Benghazi and Peter Strzok accountable on abuse of power, is coming to Montana this Spring. Check out the full details of his Billings visit, and find out how to purchase tickets, by clicking here.

Audio: Gianforte Details Southern Border Visit
Congressman Greg Gianforte (R-MT) got a first-hand look at the Southern border separating the United States and Mexico earlier this week.
He joined us on Friday's Montana Talks statewide radio show to give us his reaction.
Click below for pictures from the trip, as well as the full audio as Congressma…
Billings’ School Buses Resume Regular Routes Friday
Billings Public Schools have lifted the alternate bus route schedule and will return to normal routes starting Friday, January 24. BPS had alternate routes in effect since the first round of heavy snow hit Yellowstone County on Monday and extended the routes when a second winter storm dropped anoth…
16 Inches Of Snow In Yellowstone County Since Monday
The National Weather Service released preliminary snowfall reports showing 6.0 inches fell in parts of Yellowstone County on Wednesday. On Monday, NWS reported 10 inches of snow fell in the northwestern part of the county. Carbon County had the high mark for Wednesday's snow storm with 7.5 inc…

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