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Healing The Wounds Of Domestic Violence Through Theater

Theater can be a force for change, said writer and director Jessie Sherman. In this case, shining the light on domestic abuse.

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Over the past few months, President Trump campaigned hard against Montana’s Democratic U.S. Senator Jon Tester. Tester drew the ire of the president after he blocked Trump’s nominee to head the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Superintendent Christine Lehnertz, far right, is under investigation by the Interior Department's Inspector General.
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The woman at the helm of one of the West’s most visited national parks – Grand Canyon – is under federal investigation.

A Denver jury has ruled in favor of a marijuana grow operation sued for potentially hurting the property values of a nearby ranch — marking a blow for those seeking to stop the spread of legal pot.

 


Trade spats between the United States with China and Canada have dominated headlines as of late. But we are also in an ongoing dispute with India and it’s crippling so-called “pulse crop” farmers in the Mountain West.

Anna Paige

The award-winning film The Miseducation of Cameron Post is based on the novel of the same name by former Miles City Montana resident Emily Danforth. The film takes place at a conversion therapy camp for gay youth.


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Theater can be a force for change, said writer and director Jessie Sherman. In this case, shining the light on domestic abuse.

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Montana saw an almost 70% voter turnout this week according to the secretary of state’s office. County clerks said that’s larger-than-usual participation for a midterm election, but it also made for a lengthy night and delayed results.

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U.S. Senator Jon Tester invited YPR to sit down for a one-on-one chat early Tuesday afternoon at the Holiday Inn in Great Falls where he and his family were staying to ride out the election. 

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During the mid-term election, Montana voters re-elected their incumbents – a Democrat and  a Republican - for the U.S. Senate and the U.S. House, respectively. Political scientist David Parker was asked to look at his proverbial “tea leaves” to explain the outcome.

 


Over the past few months, President Trump campaigned hard against Montana’s Democratic U.S. Senator Jon Tester. Tester drew the ire of the president after he blocked Trump’s nominee to head the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

Stella Fong

September 30, 2018

In my perfect kitchen I would have all wood utensils. There is something organic and sensual using tools that come from Mother Nature. When shaped by a human artisan to mold into the hand and provide for more optimal cooking, the experience of preparing food becomes pleasurable.

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