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An energized Juneau prepares for big job in Seattle


Her life’s work has been equity in education, and it’s that commitment that compelled Denise Juneau to make the difficult decision to leave Montana for the opportunity to lead Seattle’s public schools. That move now imminent, Juneau said she’s focused on the goal of leading the Seattle Public Schools District as it brings to reality a broad community resolve to correct the wide achievement gap between its white and minority students. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Williams says experience is her key asset in House run


It was shortly after 1:30 a.m. on Wednesday when Kathleen Williams felt the election returns were stacking up in her favor. The Bozeman Democrat had emerged from a field of five other candidates as the victor, narrowly defeating Billings attorney John Heenan for the right to challenge freshman Rep. Greg Gianforte for the state’s only seat in the U.S. House this November. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Democratic House candidates respond to survey

Five Montana Democrats are running in June 5 primary election for a chance to unseat first-term incumbent Republican U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte in the Nov. 6 general election. The Montana Free Press surveyed the five candidates to see where they stand on 10 key issues. The candidates were asked to respond in 50 words or fewer to each question. Below are their responses, edited only for length and style. Continue Reading →

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Democratic House candidate Moss pulls plug on campaign


The field of Democratic candidates jockeying to challenge U.S. Rep. Greg Gianforte narrowed from six to five on Wednesday. Lynda Moss, a former state senator from Billings, said she has officially closed her congressional campaign office, though her name will still appear on the ballot for the primary election, which is on June 5. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Progressive pastor to speak on an inclusive Christianity

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John Pavlovitz spends a lot of time talking and writing about the close alignment between fundamentalist Christians and the Republican Party, and he has gained a national following for his efforts to rally progressive Christians to stand up to that conservative coalition. (more…) Continue Reading →

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Opinion: Research shows that public lands pay dividends

Five years ago, a diverse group of business leaders from across the state met in Bozeman. While they represented many different industries, the common denominator was an understanding that our public lands play a critical role in our state’s economy. (more…) Continue Reading →

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