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 By Rick Ferguson    Opinion    May 18, 2017

Gianforte - All Business & Loyal to the State of Montana

Regarding Montana’s special election, May 25: “Native son” Rob Quist may have been born in Montana but his character hardly represents the qualities that are necessary to represent the majority of the citizens of the great state of Montana. He...

 By Rick Ferguson    News    March 16, 2017

Sailor/Soldier Rich Nelson

SWAN VALLEY - In 1947, Rich Nelson joined the United States Navy Reserve on the advice of a Navy recruiter visiting his high school in Seattle, Wash. War was about to break out on the Korean...


There is a Fire on the Horizon in Montana…Do the Research

Regarding my letter to the editor July 14, 2016, I would like make the following comments. It is a fact that the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security have both stated that there is no way to obtain accurate security background checks for any...

 By Rick Ferguson    Opinion    July 14, 2016

A Clash of Cultures

To the left is the future for Montana if Governor Steve Bullock, the Missoula Mayor, his City Council and the Missoula County Commissioners bring unvetted Muslim refugees to Montana as planned. They...

 By Rick Ferguson    News    April 21, 2016

A Sailor's Journey Across Two War Fronts

In August 1944, Michael Milochik sailed home from England on the luxury liner Queen Elizabeth. He described the living conditions as "tight" with 12 bunks to a room. Once back home, he and his...

 By Rick Ferguson    News    April 14, 2016

A Sailor's Journey Across Two War Fronts

When World War II started with the bombing of Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941, Michael Milochik was attending high school in Aliquippa, Penn. Mike, like most of his classmates, had never heard of Pearl...

 By Rick Ferguson    Opinion    March 3, 2016

Now is Not the Time to Be Divided

SWAN VALLEY - For two days this past week, my granddaughter and I have had to stop and let elk cross Kraft Creek Road on the way to her bus stop on Highway 83. Over the years we have seen bears, coyotes, wolves, deer and, of course, the elk. We have...


The Impact of the Resettlement of Muslim Refuges

The Governor, Missoula County Commissioners, Missoula City Council and the Mayor owe it to every man, woman and child in the state of Montana to conduct a fact finding trip to the UK and the European continent to determine the impact that the...


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