Articles written by Nathan & Andi Bourne


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  • Focus letters on local communities

    Nathan and Andi Bourne, Seeley Lake, Montana|Aug 5, 2021

    Dear Roxie Sterling, The change to our Letters to the Editor policy restricting letters to local issues is not meant to cancel conservative voices. This change equally affects letter writers from all political views and opinions as it pertains to national politics and issues. We will not allow one view and silence the other. We feel there are many different platforms to address issues at the national level. What makes the Seeley Swan Pathfinder unique is that it focuses on the Clearwater, Swan and Blackfoot Valley events, people and issues....

  • Keeping letters local

    Nathan and Andi Bourne, Pathfinder Owners|Jul 22, 2021

    As a hyper local publication, we focus our energy on local news and stories to bring our readers a paper full of original content that can’t be found elsewhere. After much consideration we are going to extend that concept to our Letters to the Editor section. The Pathfinder will no longer print letters regarding national issues or politics that are not directly tied to local happenings. Our goal with the Letters to the Editor has always been to offer a public forum for our readers to discuss and debate issues and help shape our communities. W...

  • Pathfinder policy change

    Nathan and Andi Bourne, Pathfinder Editors|Oct 10, 2019

    In light of the issue raised by the Seeley Lake Water District the Pathfinder is changing its policy. Going forward, classifieds must contain contact information or the name of the submitting party to be run. This prevents opinion from being run without attribution and ensures that questions and concerns can be directed towards the responsible party. Nathan and Andi Bourne Pathfinder Editors...

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