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Rethinking Trapping And Public Lands
Writer and photographer
If the initiative passes, this is a big deal, not only because Montana has a lot of public lands--one third of the state or 50,000 square miles--and a long trapping tradition, but it will punctuate the growing shift to keeping state public lands safer for everybody.
Notes From A Cyclist In The Middle Of Nowhere
Chairman, Co-founder, YPO Peace Action Network; Founder of kNO...
Before I left on my cycling trip, I had planned to film short interviews with locals for a partner project, No Labels, a
You Might Know Or Love A Rapist, But That's No Excuse
If you were angered by the Brock Turner case, by how his father dismissed his actions, then I encourage you to hold on to that anger. Think about the anger you felt over Brock Turner if someone you know is accused of rape.
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Reminder: Sexual Violence Against Women Is More Important Than Sports
A sports team’s performance should not matter more than a survivor’s trauma.
Water Wars: 2,300 Miles Apart
Executive Director, In the Public Interest
Cash-strapped municipal governments might see selling their water utilities as a quick answer, but they should critically evaluate the proposals received, understand the amount of control they are ceding to a private entity, and determine if their constituents can afford the switch.
Joy may be associated with so called Dionysiac type experiences in which wine and other substances produce the illusion of oneness with nature and others--an illusion that's quickly dispelled by the path of destruction generally left in the wake of such experiences.
Kids in Montana Unique: They're Learning the Truth
Activist, Advocate and Author.
Missoula County Montana isn't just teaching every kid in the school department the truth about native populations, their culture and their tragic history. It's keeping track of each and every tribe represented in the classroom.
CULTURE & ARTS
First Nighter: Samuel D. Hunter's "The Few" is for the Many
Writer, Drama Critic
(By the way, the actors heard ordering the personal ads aren't in the cast list but are credited elsewhere in the program
Montana Lawmaker Vows To Repeal Self-Defense Law After German Teen's Death
Missoula Police Try To Escape 'Rape Capital' Nickname
One case cited in the report echoed Barrett's experience. A police summary said an assault victim "has made out with other
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America's 10 Best Riverside Towns, According To Outside Magazine (PHOTOS)
In order to rank the top river towns in America, the editors of Outside Magazine turned to locals, asking for them to vote
Joseph Baken, Montana Gay Man, Allegedly Beaten Outside Club On His Birthday
A Montana-based gay man's birthday celebration turned ugly after he was allegedly beaten by at least three people in an attack
A Perfect Day In Glacier National Park
Get inspired. Plan your trip. Pack your bags.
Both hikes wander through the sun-laced woods for a while before lifting up above the tree line.
New Year's Eve In Montana: A MapQuest Guide
Montana Fall Foliage: A MapQuest Guide
Maple Wars: America Home to Millions of Undocumented Canadians
Author/Executive Director of Kouros Phillips Development, Inc.
"Each week," says Hans Frenkle, a volunteer surgeon, "I see more cases than the week before. We have typhus here, malaria
HuffPost Greatest Person Of The Day: Kristal Burns And The Superheroes Of Kindness
She's also given them capes. Kristal's mission began when she was introduced to Secret Agent L, the pseudonym of a Pittsburgh
America's Next Great Progressive Leaders: NLC Announces its 40 Under 40 Leadership Awards Winners
Managing Director, MIT $100K Entrepreneurship Competition; MIT...
NLC is quickly becoming the "American Idol" for the progressive movement. NLC has a real organizational talent for recognizing young leadership.
Missoula City Council Passes Historic Civil Rights Law
The state of Montana lost substantial equivalency certification by the federal government with respect to federal fair housing protections over a decade ago; civil rights in the state have backslid since.
Bush Crony's Law To Turn Forests Into Housing Subdivisions
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