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Mr Harris is a Representative in the Montana House, He is also a farmer and rancher in the Winnet area and he has some interesting information on the Lodgepole Complex fire. The Lightning caused fire started on his property.
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Tony O’Donnell was elected to District 2 of the Montana public service Commission in November 2016. His district encompasses most of SouthWest Montana, including: Yellowstone, Carbon, Big Horn, Treasure, Rosebud, Powder River, Custer, Prairie, Fallon, and Carter counties.As a homeowner in Billings for 22 years, Tony has an extended track record of civic involvement. He has held leadership positions in a number of organizations, including: United Way, Yellowstone County PTA, Christian Sportsman Club, Boy Scouts of America, local homeowners association, and Lions Club.Tony has a genuine passion for work and has held 2-3 concurrent jobs throughout most of his life. Early in his career he spent several years in the financial and insurance professions. Prior to serving on the Montana Public Service Commission he worked at Lowe’s Home Improvement for 16 years, while simultaneously running a retail merchandising company.Tony attended St. Mary’s College of California where he studied philosophy and theology. He prides himself on being a life-long learner and he enjoys engaging in political and philosophical debates with friends.As a strong supporter of Economic Freedom, Tony is keenly interested in how regulators can apply Free Market principles to the mutual benefit of ratepayers, as well as regulated utilities.Tony’s Statement on serving as a Montana Public Commissioner:
“As a home owner, voter, and ratepayer in Billings for the last 22 years, I take my duty as public servant extremely seriously. Though often shrouded in a cloak of acronyms and technical definitions, the decisions that are made at the Public Service Commission directly impact the safety, as well as the finances of nearly every Montanan. High energy bills don’t just harm ratepayers by taking money out their pocket, they raise the price of everything that you buy from canned food to baby diapers. As a commissioner I’m committed to making sure that the supply of energy in Montana remains affordable and reliable for all ratepayers.”
We will give you the very latest on the devastating Lodgepole Complex Fire.
- 406mtsports.com is a first for Montana – a statewide all-sports website combining the resources of Lee Enterprises’ four major daily newspapers: The Billings Gazette, Missoulian, Helena Independent Record and The Montana Standard in Butte. Our mission is to cover Treasure State sports from border to border, from A to Z (Alder to Zortman).
After all, Montana is really just one large community with long stretches of lonely highways between neighbors. If it happens in Ekalaka, it’s important in Thompson Falls, Ennis and Saco as well. If they care in Wolf Point, they also care in Darby, Eureka and Broadus. Brock Osweiler might be from Kalispell, Tres Tinkle from Missoula and Dwan Edwards from Columbus, but they’re all Montanans and we’re all proud when they achieve on the national stage.406mtsports.com is the place to come for all the sports that matter to Montanans: Cats and Griz, the Frontier Conference, MSU Billings and, of course, our nearly 200 high schools – from our largest Class AA schools right down to the smallest 6-Man football program. Under "Extra”, you’ll find every other sport of importance under the Big Sky: Rodeo, running, triathlons, lacrosse, rugby and cycling, to name a few, along with profiles of Montanans past and present whose impacts have been felt inside and outside the lines.406mtsports.com is the place to come on Friday night for all of your high school scores and results. It’s also where you’ll find the most complete coverage of the Cats, Griz, Yellowjackets and our six Frontier Conference colleges.As our new site grows, we want to hear from you. If you have a question, comment, concern or story idea for us at 406mtsports.com
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Montana's roads and bridges need continuous repair. As the 4th largest state, with temperatures ranging from -40 degrees below to over 100 degrees above, with two major Interstates and freight flowing north to south and east to west, our infrastructure takes a beating, and the upkeep takes money. We need to ensure that our highway funds are invested in fiscally sound projects and that budgets and schedules are met. Rules and regulations need to be reviewed and adjusted for efficiency, safety and providing a quality product.
Our world has changed and our communities aren't the same as what we grew up in. Montanans need to be aware that our neighbor's to the north have instituted liberal immigration policies that potentially leaves us open to vulnerabilities. Our northern border is an integral part of our national security and must be monitored and protected for our safety and security.
Montana's official nick-name is the Treasure State, and for good reason! From our incredible landscapes, to the rich ground producing some of the best grains and livestock in the world, to our oil, gas and coal deposits and our mineral resources of palladium, platinum, gold, silver, copper and more, we truly live in the Treasure State! We need to focus on responsible natural resource development, with our neighbors and environment in mind, which can be achieved through cooperation between state and federal agencies and private enterprises. We, as Montana citizens, have so much to offer our great state and country. Through good stewardship and innovation, we can better fund our education system to insure our children carry on the Montana Values that we cherish.
Economic growth and stability is critical to keep our state moving forward. Our economic base needs to be broadened to provide more opportunities for entrepreneurs, college graduates, tradesmen and companies and industries looking to relocate or expand.
Per capita, Montanan's enlist and serve our nation more than any other state in the union. We need strong leadership to make sure our veterans get what they earned and were promised. We need a healthy economic environment to offer employment and business opportunities for our veterans upon return from their enlistments.
Congressman Gianforte gives us an update from DC and Lori Shaw comments on Talen's recent decision to stay in Colstrip.
Rear Adm. Michael P. Holland graduated from Montana State University in 1987 and was commissioned at Officer Candidate School in Newport, Rhode Island.His sea tours include division officer assignments aboard USS Pintado
(SSN 672), weapons officer on USS Henry M. Jackson
(SSBN 730) (gold), executive officer on USS Dallas
(SSN 700), and commander of USS Providence
(SSN 719). While on Providence
, the ship completed two deployments to the Western Pacific including a trip around the world as well as a visit to the North Pole.His shore tours include time in Current Operations at U.S. Strategic Command as well as being the Submarine Department head detailer. He was also the congressional liaison for submarine matters in the Navy’s Budget Office and served as the post command deputy at Submarine Development Squadron 12. He was the Atlantic Submarine Force prospective commanding officer instructor as well as commodore of submarine squadrons 2 and 4 in Groton, Connecticut. Additionally, he served as the director for operations in the Navy’s Budget Office, before reporting as director, Maritime Headquarters, U.S. Pacific Fleet.His awards include the Legion of Merit, Meritorious Service Medal, and Joint Commendation Medal. He is most proud of his various unit awards, including the Arleigh Burke
Trophy, that reflect credit on the successful teams with whom he has served.
The Montana Locker Room Privacy Act requires schools and other government buildings to maintain a locker room for men, one for women, and to keep each private from the opposite sex.
Currently in the state of Montana, transgender individuals are allowed to use bathrooms with the gender they identify with on a case by case basis, so it is up to the schools to accommodate students as fairly as possible.The Montana Family Foundation said they believe registered voters in Montana should have a say on this.Jeff Laszloffy, President and CEO of the Montana Family Foundation, said that people are taking advantage of being identified as transgender.Jeff said, "We had several cases of young ladies coming forward that specifically were college students that were put in uncomfortable situations at Montana State University and the University of Montana."Jeff specifically said there was a case at the University of Toronto in a gender neutral restroom where males were caught taking photos over female student shower stalls.
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Lt Col White has led a group of volunteer citizens (Truth in Textbooks Coalition) in a review of American social studies textbooks. Their work resulted in discovering over 1500 errors in 32 social studies textbooks. Many of the errors relate to pro islamic/anti-christian agenda. He will join us for the entire hour taking your calls.
Germany is steeped in Sustainable Development because it has absorbed the fear-mongering rhetoric of climate change. This deception is so deep that Germans fear global warming more than being blown up by terrorists. ⁃ TN Editor
For a time back in 2015, there were widespread concerns that the spike in terrorist attacks in Germany in the aftermath of Angela Merkel’s open door policy which admitted 1 million refugees in Germany from the middle east would lead to a popular wave of unrest, perhaps culminating with the unseating of Angela Merkel as Chancellor. It now appears that the Germans had more pressing concerns on their mind like… global warming.
According to a new poll ahead of the German national election in September, Germans are more concerned about the future state of the environment than they are about more headline-grabbing topics like terrorism or the refugee crisis. The survey released on Tuesday conducted by research group Kantar Emnid Institute on behalf of publishing group Funke Mediengruppe found that 71% of respondents said they were personally more concerned about climate change. This worry ranked higher than the possibility of new wars, listed by 65% of survey participants, and also above terror attacks, listed by 63%.
Crime was noted as a worry by 62% of the 1,000 participants surveyed, who were able to list more than one fear.But the most surprising finding is that less than half of those polled, or 45%, said they were anxious about the immigration of refugees into the country, while the lowest concern was unemployment 33% .
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Alan is a rancher, and has served in the house since 2013 and serves on the Ag, Taxation, Telecommunications, Energy and Federal relations committee's.
The Montana Petroleum Association, Inc. is an expanding non-profit, voluntary trade association, made up of more than 200 diverse members, including upstream, midstream, and downstream players. We’re committed to proactively engaging lawmakers, and representing each of our members equally. At MPA, we aim to be the premier voice in the oil and gas industry, especially on land use and environmental policy.
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We talk about the Freedom Index also known as the Congressional Scorecard.
It's time for the annual meeting of the Montana Petroleum Association on August 30th and Voices of Montana will be there broadcasting live!
The keynote speaker and our guest will be Owner and founder of Mercator Energy, John Harpole.
At the Doubletree Hotel in downtown Billings.
John Harpole, the CEO of Mercator Energy, touted the “shale revolution” that extracts natural gas from rock deposits.
“I just feel like this administration (Obama) and potentially Secretary Clinton has completely fumbled the ball on the advantage we have,” he said.“How many years of energy do we have under our feet?” Trump asked him.“At the current price point, we probably have 120 years of natural gas,” Harpole said, adding, “This argument about sustainability in my mind doesn’t apply to the shale revolution. … It’s no longer a resource that is scarce.”