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Articles from the May 14, 2023 edition

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  • The Montanan Steakhouse - New Owners, New Menu, New Look

    Tammy Jordan|Updated May 17, 2023

    On May 1, 2023, the Montanan Steakhouse transferred ownership. New owners and siblings Stephanie Leonard, Tim Leonard, and David McGhee are bringing back the traditional classic steakhouse with a "scratch kitchen," new menu and welcoming feel to the old Garland's building. It's going to be all about the guest experience. "We want everyone to enjoy their time here and leave feeling satisfied with their meal and overall experience in the restaurant." said Stephanie. Each of the...

  • From My Perspective: Don't Let the Time Pass

    Tamy Jordan|Updated May 17, 2023

    One day it just hits you that time is moving fast, barreling forward and it isn't waiting for you. Nor will it stop. It makes me wonder why I, and probably so many others, keep putting things off. Not just things, but important things, and often people, too. Well, the truth is I don't so much wonder why I do it. I know the reason, but to say it's a good reason would be a lie. The truth of the matter is there really is no good reason or excuse to do so. We put things off with...

  • Lincoln High prom 2023

    Updated May 16, 2023

    Lincoln High School hosted their 2023 prom at Cane Ridge West May 5. Casino night was the theme for the shindig. photos courtesy Judy Johnson. See more at:

  • Governor nixes pay bump for Montana legislators

    Eric Dietrich, Montana Free Press|Updated May 16, 2023

    Gov. Greg Gianforte has vetoed a bill raising the wages paid Montana legislators, arguing the proposed increase - from about $16 to $24 an hour starting in 2025 on top of already-approved per-diem increases - was disproportionate to increases the Legislature had authorized for state employees. "As has been the case since before our nation's founding, public service comes with personal sacrifice - long hours away from home, less time with family, and appropriately limited compe...

  • Lincoln Middle, High School Business Professionals of America National Conference 2023

    News Release, Lincoln Schools|Updated May 16, 2023

    Montana had another outstanding showing at the 2023 National Business Professionals of America Leadership Conference which was held in Anaheim, California on April 25-30, 2023. 6503 individuals from 23 state associations and three international countries attended. Montana's delegation represented 62 secondary chapters, 11 middle level chapters and 1 collegiate chapter. Business Professionals of America is the leading Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for...

  • Matt Rosendale shares his thoughts on a variety of issues with the Blackfoot Valley Dispatch during recent visit to Lincoln

    Roger Dey, BVD Editor|Updated May 16, 2023

    Following a May 1 tour of the Hi Country Snack Food facility to kick off Small Business Week, Rep. Matt Rosendale stopped by the Blackfoot Valley Dispatch office for a short interview that touched on some of the legislation and national issues topics that affect Montana. Rosendale, a firebrand conservative who until last fall was Montana's sole member of the House of Representatives, now represents Montana's second congressional district. Lincoln, lying just a few miles from...

  • Only God fully appreciates influence of a Christian mother

    From the writings of the Rev. Billy Graham, Billy Graham Literary Trust|Updated May 16, 2023

    Q: My mother claims to be a Christian but there is no evidence of it at home. How can this be? - B.M. A: Living for Christ in the home is the acid test for any Christian. It's far easier to live an excellent life among our friends when we're putting our best foot forward and are conscious of public opinion, than it is to live for Christ at home. Our own family circle knows whether Christ lives in and through us. A true Christian will not give way at home to bad temper, impatie...

  • Chickenpox Cases on the Rise in Youth

    News Release, Montana DPHHS|Updated May 16, 2023

    Department of Public Health and Human Services officials are reporting a recent increase in the number of cases of chickenpox reported in school-aged children. And, at least half of these infections were acquired from an adult family member with shingles. Chickenpox, or varicella, can be a serious illness and is easily preventable with vaccination. "The best way to protect yourself and your child from chickenpox is vaccination," says Jessica Lopeman, a registered nurse and...

  • Math problem-solving camps to be offered this summer at Montana State for middle and high school students

    News Release, MSU News Service|Updated May 16, 2023

    BOZEMAN - Montana middle school and high school students passionate about advanced math are invited to attend the Mathematics Circle Summer Camp hosted by the Science Math Resource Center at Montana State University. Participants will immerse themselves in math problem-solving challenges, tour innovative university labs and engage in fun science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, activities. The camps will meet from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day on the MSU campus....

  • Letter: Fiscal responsibility shouldn't come at the expense of taxpayers

    Updated May 16, 2023

    I applaud Representative Matt Rosendale for being one of the strongest advocates for fiscal responsibility in DC. As negotiations between the White House and Republicans have had little success, our congressman has continued to voice strong solutions that will keep the US from defaulting on its debt. Both parties admit that defaulting on our nation's debt is the wrong course for the US. But unless Democrats are willing to cut back on their erratic spending, a deal will not be...

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