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In a previous issue of the Boulder Monitor there was an interesting article about the difficulties the county had in finding volunteers for the volunteer fire department and emergency medical services. In the same issue, there was a rambling sermon by Rep. Greg DeVries. Read Article

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Two thumbs up for looking into using the former Montana Developmental Center administration building to house artisans. Perhaps their art could be put out for sale, a room or two dedicated to the building’s history, or sculptures placed on the grounds nearby. I’d send a check to help support… Read Article

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We would like to thank the Boulder area people for their prayers, cards, flowers, monetary donations, food, phone calls and help during Anika’s hospitalization and brain surgery. Read Article

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I was given the film “I Am Israel” by Christians who believe Israel is God’s Promised Land and watched with great interest as it began: “It was on this mountain that God first promised my people that He would care for us in this land.” Read Article

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To celebrate Constitution Day on Sept. 17, the tri-county Oro Fino Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution is sponsoring a commemoration of the 1787 signing in the Capitol Rotunda at 1 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend. (Last year’s event won the National Society DAR 2018 First Place C… Read Article

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Thank you Clancy Volunteer Fire Department and the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation for sending firefighters and equipment in response to our request for mutual aid Friday evening as we responded to a wildland fire a half-mile south of Jefferson City. Read Article

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I absolutely despise the polarization of politics in America today. Those responsible for this nasty dichotomy need to step back and reflect on how this ever-widening rift affects the lives of all Americans, young and old alike. So I was greatly annoyed when I noticed a presidential campaign… Read Article

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Rep. Greg DeVries’s “Vision,” in the Aug. 21 Boulder Monitor, apparently reflects his life’s experience. Gratefully, my life has been blessed with more “saints” than “sinners.” Read Article

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I would like to send out a heartfelt thank you to all my friends and family that sent cards, called me and prayed for me while I was in the hospital. Read Article

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A year or so ago I emailed President Donald Trump, much as I do my legislators, with a concern. I did not receive a response, but did start receiving a daily email titled “West Wing Reads.” In the Aug. 6 email was a column with the headline: “President Trump Urges Nation to Condemn White Sup… Read Article

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In response to the recent article in the Boulder Monitor, “County groups and services face volunteer shortages,” Boulder Kiwanis would like to remind residents that members meet monthly on the first and third Saturday at the Elkhorn Café at 8 a.m. We have experimented with different days, ti… Read Article

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The Boulder swimming pool ignites a lot of memories for many of us in Boulder. I have had the privilege and honor of being its manager for the past nine years. It is with a heavy heart that I have resigned effective Aug. 9. Read Article

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President Trump, true to his tweets, appears to be on a record pace in creating jobs: good-paying positions with ample travel opportunities, health benefits and freedom to redecorate one’s office. The downside is the requirement to relocate to D.C. on a “temp” basis. Read Article

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I’ve read recent Monitors with added attention because of reporting related to suicide. Particularly in the June 26 paper I thought Kasey Faur’s reporting on Jefferson High School students Jadyn Bellander and Meadow Grace traveling with librarian Sarah Layng to Las Vegas for a quick show wit… Read Article

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Thank you, Sheriff Craig Doolittle, for the actions of your dispatchers and responding Deputy Susan Butz in rescuing and providing transport to get an injured hawk to the Bozeman animal rehab facility. Simple but meaningful actions like this are also what people care about. Read Article

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In Gabriel Furshong’s op-ed in the June 5 Monitor, she thinks we should delete any reference to the vigilantes of Montana. The vigilante’s were a part of Montana as it grew, and deleting any reference to them is not going to change our Montana’s past. Read Article

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The Timmer family thanks the good people of Boulder for your thoughts and prayers for our husband/father Marvin. Special thanks to good friend Shirley Vossler for coming to Great Falls to lend her support. Read Article

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Most Republicans continue to give President Trump a blank check regardless of conduct they would have said was inappropriate or even treasonous had a party other than their own been in power. That this President continues to challenge our Constitutional checks and balances means nothing to R… Read Article

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As we are all aware, forest fires have been increasing in recent years in Montana, costing millions of dollars and the loss of homes and habitat. One of the causes has been more fire-fuel available from beetle-killed pine trees. Read Article

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Another great Clancy Days is in the books! The fabulous crew that plans and organizes the day for your enjoyment deserves a hearty thanks. They put in many hours preparing for this event and are then so busy they don’t get to experience all that is going on. Thanks to all these people: Read Article

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To the two guys in the old red pick-up who helped themselves, last Father’s Day weekend at the Boulder Area Chamber Community Garage Sale, to my Slumberjack sleeping bag and the large green vinyl bag that had “Outfitter’s Supply” printed on the outside and was full of rugs and canvas manties… Read Article

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As a republic, citizens elect individuals to Congress, the Legislature and other elective offices to act in the best interests of the public. For those elected to office, that means that they are charged with voting on behalf of their constituents even when doing so goes against their own pe… Read Article

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