east of billings

Once upon a time in land not so different than our own there was city built along a mighty iconic river with towering mountains to the west and never ending prairie...

Anyone who spends time on Facebook sees many different requests for help including raising money for a cause, voting in online contests, helping share and spread information and asking people to engage...

I started this website with a very specific purpose; to write to people in southeast Montana about the issues the media wasn’t covering regarding the Tongue River Railroad and Otter Creek...

Whether we like it or not Facebook is here to stay and will have an impact on our politics, for better or for worse. There is much to be said about...

In his last weeks as President of the United States, President Obama has been channeling some of the later work of John Dewey (1859 - 1952), American philosopher, educator and writer....

Denise Juneau is doing exactly what I thought she would in her campaign for Montana's lone seat in Congress; she is spending time, and a lot of it, in Montana's tribal communities. This isn't...

By now the demise of the Otter Creek mine is old news. I thought I should write something about it but I didn’t. Talking to a good friend a couple weeks...

By now you know that Arch Coal declared bankruptcy. We all knew it was coming. At first I didn't think there was much to say about it beyond what the news...

It's nice to see Governor Bullock delegating some big responsibilities. It's an election year, you know. He must be very busy. And, in terms of addressing climate change policy for our state,...

Yesterday I tweeted an article to Ryan Zinke's twitter handle about how the Pentagon says that climate change threatens our national security. This is the only thing I have ever tweeted...