Finally the great state of Montana was going to have a national voice. The Treasure State which all but gets ignored by the national media (except when former Senator Max Baucus spearheaded Obamacare or when they filmed "A River Runs Through It" near Bozeman) was about to have its day.
Our civic leaders had a rare moment of fiscal responsibility yesterday. The council voted against using tax payers dollars to fund a pedestrian bridge that would run over the train track on 25th Avenue, connecting Montana Avenue and Minnesota Avenue.
As you know, when it comes to politics, the Flakes tend to lean a little to the right. OK, a lot to the right. Considering the political divide in our country these days, Paul has come up with an idea to keep everyone happy...
It's no secret that Montana's Rocky mountains are spectacular... it's one of the reasons many of us live here. It's not often though that you get to see them freshly covered with October snow from 36,000 feet...
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