As many of you know by my previous columns, the fall and winter events in Sweet Grass County are new to me — the races, the sheep and cattle drives, the events, open houses and special dinners.
Attention IGA management: why would you be so rude to your customers when they bring your attention to your constant overcharges and then try and make them the guilty ones?
Thank God for Family Dollar, at least they are honest.
As we sit around Thanksgiving tables today, partaking in an array of gastronomic delights, let’s raise our glasses to challenge.
It’s an alternative to the classic thanks bestowed on family, friends and good health — and perhaps one that’s overdue.
Once again, we are dealing with vandalism (violent from the looks of it) of Democratic candidate signs and trespassing on private property.
Owners and managers who outsource a large portion of their business in other countries to take advantage of slave labor and less taxes are not Americans, but are traitors more damaging than terrorists.
I believe I-177 has been articulated to “eliminate” the trapping industry and private animal damage control.