HELENA – On Feb. 9, a federal district court judge upheld the constitutionality of Montana’s prohibition on automated political phone calls (robocalls). In the case of Victory Processing LLC. vs. Montana, Judge Charles Lovell of Helena ruled “…Montana’s robocall statute is a constitutionally permissible content-based regulation of speech.”
“I think we want to be better. I think Big Sky can be a model.” —Scott Bosse, Northern Rockies director with American Rivers
SHERIDAN -- Sheridan residents likely will see a water rate increase in the near future, due to the need for a new well and the loss of state funding for its water project. During its meeting Monday, Sheridan council received a briefing from Dan Kramer with Montana Rural Water, which included a preliminary rate proposal for the town.
Lopez sentenced to DoC after slew of theft charges
Reid Johnson is a conscientious student and a great classmate. Reid displays a quiet, laid back demeanor while working diligently to complete tasks with precision.
The Ennis Chamber hosted a fiesta and appreciation dinner for chamber members on Jan. 31.
The Volunteer Ennis Ambulance Department recognized the Ennis Ambulance Board with a gift, signifying the department's heart-felt thanks for the board's work.
SHERIDAN -- Sheridan has received a $5,000 grant from the Turner Foundation’s Community Youth Initiative, according to Rodney Stout, local coordinator of the Sheridan Turner Youth Initiative Committee which sponsors the initiative in Sheridan.