Mexican drug cartels targeting Montana with fentanyl trade; overdose deaths rising: Law enforcement

Montana AG says cartels are targeting Montana because there are profits to be made Law enforcement officials say Mexican drug cartels are targeting Montana in fentanyl trade; overdose deaths are rising. MISSOULA, Mont. – Opioid overdoses, the No. 1 killer of Americans ages 18 to 45, aren’t slowing down, and police say there’s a rise of a more dangerous substance — fentanyl.  In Montana, state law … Continue reading Mexican drug cartels targeting Montana with fentanyl trade; overdose deaths rising: Law enforcement

8 Montanans Died of Fentanyl Overdose in Last 10 Days+ Deadliest Week on Record

Fentanyl deaths continue to spike precipitously in the state, with the Riverstone Health in Billings reporting that 8 people have overdosed and died from the dangerous drug between May 22 and June 1st, making it the deadlines week on record and continuing to set a blistering pace that is expected to to be several magnitudes higher than previous years. The victims were between the ages … Continue reading 8 Montanans Died of Fentanyl Overdose in Last 10 Days+ Deadliest Week on Record

Montana Bans Transgender from Changing their Birth Certificates Even After Surgery

The Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) issued a temporary emergency rule on Monday to ban transgender from changing the sex marker on their birth certificate even after gender reassignment surgery. The order took into effect immediately. DPHHS stated that a birth certificate is, first and foremost, a vital record that records the facts concerning the birth of a person in Montana. According to the … Continue reading Montana Bans Transgender from Changing their Birth Certificates Even After Surgery

National School Board Which Called Concerned Parents ‘Domestic Terrorists’ Regrets Getting Involved, Reveals Scary Unreleased Draft

In late 2021, the National School Board Association (NBSA) which represents 90,000 school board members, governs 14,000 local public school districts and educates more than 50 million schoolchildren, brought down the well-deserved the wrath of parents and conservative Legislators upon themselves after they wrote an open letter to President Joe Biden, asking for federal law enforcement help them deal with  “domestic terrorism” at school board … Continue reading National School Board Which Called Concerned Parents ‘Domestic Terrorists’ Regrets Getting Involved, Reveals Scary Unreleased Draft

MT Supreme Court Kneecaps Leftist Groups, Rules Against Voting Day Registration

Amonth after district court Judge Michale Moses issued an injunction against a series of election reforms passed by the Republican legislature that were designed to strengthen the election integrity, saying that these reforms would “unconstitutionally burden the right to vote,” the Supreme Court ruled otherwise yesterday, giving a win to the governing party and a well-deserved loss to the Democratic plaintiffs. Months ago, the Democrats brought … Continue reading MT Supreme Court Kneecaps Leftist Groups, Rules Against Voting Day Registration

Blood Moon Eclipse Set to Darken Montanan Skies on Sunday

In a sight that won’t be seen for many more years, Montana is set to be subject to a Super Blood Moon eclipse this coming Sunday, darkening the skies as the celestial bodies align in an eerie and spectacular display. The eclipse will begin Sunday around 730pm and really hit its peak coverage around 10pm. It’ll wane and end around midnight. The event is very … Continue reading Blood Moon Eclipse Set to Darken Montanan Skies on Sunday

With Stunning Supreme Court Leak, Montana is Poised to Make All Abortion Illegal

With the stunning and earth-shattering news that the Supreme Court has voted to overturn Roe v Wade, this decision, once finalized, would return the ability of the states to regulate abortion, not the federal government, and would trigger mass bans across the country. The event has already sparked protests, with supporters and dissenters gathered outside the Supreme Court last night just hours after the decision was … Continue reading With Stunning Supreme Court Leak, Montana is Poised to Make All Abortion Illegal

Montana and North Dakota are set to be hit with even MORE snow on Easter Weekend after ‘one-in-a-century blizzard’ that dumped 47 inches: Woman, 20, is killed in Arkansas as tree flattens her home and tornadoes destroy houses in Kentucky and Central Texas

Historic storms have pummeled Central and Southern parts of the US with blizzards, record-breaking hail and tornadoes, causing widespread damage On Wednesday, a 20-year-old Arkansas woman was killed when a tree fell on her home as severe storms swept through the state and a possible tornado ripped roofs off homes in Alabama Meteorologists predict snow to continue piling up in Montana and North Dakota into … Continue reading Montana and North Dakota are set to be hit with even MORE snow on Easter Weekend after ‘one-in-a-century blizzard’ that dumped 47 inches: Woman, 20, is killed in Arkansas as tree flattens her home and tornadoes destroy houses in Kentucky and Central Texas

Montana unprecedented April snowstorm dumps almost 4 FEET of snow in 24 hours on Tobacco Root Mountains (video and pictures)

Historic storms have pummeled parts of the U.S. with blizzards, record-breaking hail and tornadoes, causing widespread damage across the central and southern states. Montana and North Dakota were slammed by the spring snowstorm, which featured 60mph winds and whiteout conditions with up to 47 inches of snow. The winter storm is expected to continuing piling snow on residents through Thursday. This spring storm has brought heavy … Continue reading Montana unprecedented April snowstorm dumps almost 4 FEET of snow in 24 hours on Tobacco Root Mountains (video and pictures)

Amount of fentanyl seized in 2022 surpasses 2021 total

The amount of fentanyl seized by the Montana Highway Patrol just months into 2022 has already surpassed the 2021 total, MHP Colonel Steve Lavin said in a Thursday press release. According to the release, troopers confiscated 12,079 fentanyl pills through March 15, 2022, compared to just 3,800 in 2021. Arrests are also rising. Between 2018 and 2020 troopers only made two fentanyl-related arrests, compared to … Continue reading Amount of fentanyl seized in 2022 surpasses 2021 total

Record prices, low inventory, drought the perfect storm of problems for Montana farmers

BILLINGS — Agriculture is the heartbeat of Montana. Millions of acres of Big Sky country provide the building blocks of life for so many, but so many of those acres are suffering. Montana is locked in a severe drought. Couple that with continued supply chain issues and the highest fertilizer prices in history, and this industry is facing perhaps its biggest threat ever. “You always … Continue reading Record prices, low inventory, drought the perfect storm of problems for Montana farmers

From the Boot Wearing Preacher: Transhumanism, Transgenderism, and the Bible

This message was preached by Pastor Jordan Hall – aka Montana’s ‘Boot Wearing Preacher,’ publisher for Montana Daily Gazette, in July of 2021. In it, you can see his passion for the Word of God and human flourishing, tying together transhumanism, transgenderism, and what the Bible says about it. Watch it here. (source) Have you received Salvation from Jesus the Messiah? Time is running out. … Continue reading From the Boot Wearing Preacher: Transhumanism, Transgenderism, and the Bible

Montana Wheat Prices Spike 11% in Two Weeks, as European Conflict, Drought Takes Toll

Weeks ago, the Montana Wheat & Barley Committee (MWBC) was uncertain on how the predatory Russian war against Ukraine would affect wheat and barley prices in the state. Both countries are two of the biggest exporters of these commodities, with Ukraine exporting 10-15% of the world’s grain, and the battle hadn’t really begun. At the time, MBWC Committee Vice President Cassidy Marn told KPAX that the clawback for crops … Continue reading Montana Wheat Prices Spike 11% in Two Weeks, as European Conflict, Drought Takes Toll

Montana Leaders React To Biden Banning Russia Oil and Gas Imports

Montana elected leaders have reacted to President Biden’s announcement that the U.S is banning imports of Russian oil, gas, and coal, expressing their satisfaction with the move and pointing the world to the vast energy holdings the state has to offer. The ban is one of the few good things the president has done so far, in a response to the crisis that has so … Continue reading Montana Leaders React To Biden Banning Russia Oil and Gas Imports

Bakken Oil Fields Wells Reopening in Wake of Rising Prices, Surging Profits

With the price of oil soaring and President Biden broadcasting that the United States is cutting off Russian oil and gas imports, the Montana Petroleum Association announced that they are reopening the Bakken oil fields, bringing many of their operations back online. While the circumstances that led to these rising prices are terrible- a war of aggression against Ukraine by the bloodthirsty Putin, this is … Continue reading Bakken Oil Fields Wells Reopening in Wake of Rising Prices, Surging Profits

Blue Moon! Columbia Falls MT: “The People’s Convoy” March 5th-

Once again, citizens of the Flathead will show their support for the truckers! You don’t want to miss out! (Details below). Covid lockdowns… no jab, no food… major transportation delays… mandates… no food without a vaccination passport… GET PREPARED RIGHT NOW! Life as we knew it is changing by the moment. Become independent & self sufficient! A wonderful time is had by all! Stand up, … Continue reading Blue Moon! Columbia Falls MT: “The People’s Convoy” March 5th-

Dem who Took on Montana’s Top Rural Development Post Pledges to Push Biden-Harris Plan

In late 2021, the decrepit President Joe Brandon Biden appointed Kathleen Williams to become the USDA Rural Development State Director in Montana. Taking two months to get settled, she had begun to put her plan and place and see her vision realized. In a glowing interview with the Montana Free Press, she is asked about her key priorities and what sort of goals she’s pursuing in her … Continue reading Dem who Took on Montana’s Top Rural Development Post Pledges to Push Biden-Harris Plan

Missoula MT: (Continued) Teenage Girl Illegally Injured by Toxins Via MCCHD

Several months back, we revealed in a blockbuster story unveiling where a Missoula teen was illegally injected not once but twice with the toxic Pfizer injections. Horrifyingly frightened via the “Covid Propaganda” at Big Sky Highschool from tyrannical leaders such as Rob Watson, who CONSTANTLY promoted the dangerous substance (saying it was safe) drove the teen to seek out the Pfizer Injection. Frantically she then asked a family … Continue reading Missoula MT: (Continued) Teenage Girl Illegally Injured by Toxins Via MCCHD

Montana reaches 71 COVID-19 cases

HOLLY K. MICHELS Mar 26, 2020 Updated 3 hrs ago Montana reached 71 known cases of COVID-19 by Thursday morning, according to test results announced by the state. That’s a rise of three cases from the night before. Numbers released by the state Thursday morning capture test results that come in after the state’s 4:30 p.m. press release Wednesday. About 2,200 people have been tested at the state public health … Continue reading Montana reaches 71 COVID-19 cases

School and business closures extended until April 10; 52 positive COVID-19 cases in Montana

HOLLY K. MICHELS Mar 24, 2020 Updated 2 hrs ago Montana Gov. Steve Bullock on Tuesday extended his orders closing public K-12 schools and some businesses where people congregate until at least April 10, in an attempt to slow the spread of the coronavirus in Montana. Bullock issued his school closure order March 15, initially set to expire two weeks later, which would have been this Friday. On … Continue reading School and business closures extended until April 10; 52 positive COVID-19 cases in Montana

COVID-19 Cases Would Strain State Resources, Health Officials Say

By EDWARD O’BRIEN • FEB 27, 2020   There are currently no reported cases of the new coronavirus in Montana. This, however, may only be temporary. State public health officials say they’re preparing for the worst. The COVID-19 virus continues its steady march. One by one, more countries are reporting new cases. At the time of this recording, California Governor Gavin Newson says at least 33 people have tested positive … Continue reading COVID-19 Cases Would Strain State Resources, Health Officials Say

New beginning for Lake County Drug Court graduates

These young men need the Gospel of Jesus to be free from Addiction Lailani Upham May 23, 2019 Lake County Judicial Court Drug Court Judge James Manley shares a laugh with Drug Court graduates and CSKT members, Bradley Cannon, 22, and Dale Joseph of Elmo. Graduates completed the yearlong day-to-day program. “It was hard in the beginning,” said Joseph. He added that the past four … Continue reading New beginning for Lake County Drug Court graduates

Lawmakers just said no to recreational marijuana in Montana

MICHAEL WOODEL michael.woodel@helenair.com Mar 28, 2019 Updated 1 hr ago A bill to legalize recreational marijuana use for Montanans 18 and older failed to advance Thursday from a state House committee. Rep. Tom Winter, D-Missoula, tried to assure the House Taxation committee that his House Bill 770 served as a reaction to, not a model of, mistakes made in other states that have legalized recreational marijuana. By his own … Continue reading Lawmakers just said no to recreational marijuana in Montana

Montana just endured one of the nation’s most exceptional cold spells on record

Ian Livingston, The Washington Post – Published 1:57 pm CDT, Monday, March 11, 2019   There’s a kind of cold that’s legitimately dangerous. It can causes frostbite in minutes to unexposed skin. In parts of the Lower 48 states, such extreme cold is not uncommon, for a few days to at most a week. But over the entire month of February and even into March, such exceptional, life-threatening … Continue reading Montana just endured one of the nation’s most exceptional cold spells on record

Drug Court offers second chance

Alyssa Kelly – Feb 7, 2019 Participants of 20th Judicial District Drug Court get sober, contribute to the community, and rebuild their lives Char-Koosta News POLSON — Treatment plans, felony charges, and emergency life events were discussed on a case-by-case basis in the conference room of the 20th Judicial District Drug Court. Each Thursday afternoon, a team made up of healthcare and legal professionals review the … Continue reading Drug Court offers second chance

Telling On Themselves: Rural Cleansing in Idaho and Montana

I just love it when someone slips up, and tells us country folk what’s really being planned for us. Rural cleansing is the purposeful removal of rural citizens from the countryside and the relocation of rural populations into urban areas. Many public officials and media pundits scoff at the mere suggestion that rural cleansing is taking place, but the problem, you see, is that there … Continue reading Telling On Themselves: Rural Cleansing in Idaho and Montana

Drought disaster declared in Montana along with neighbors North and South Dakota as hot and dry conditions has caused significant injury to crops

Photo The Nation Governor Steve Bullock issued an executive order on Friday declaring a drought disaster in 31 counties and six Indian Reservations. According to a press release, a widespread drought in eastern and central Montana has caused significant injury to crops including livestock forage. The effects are imposing economic hardships on many farmers and ranchers. “High temperatures, extreme drought, and worsening fire conditions are … Continue reading Drought disaster declared in Montana along with neighbors North and South Dakota as hot and dry conditions has caused significant injury to crops

Largest earthquake in years: M5.8 earthquake rocks Northwest of Yellowstone national park in Montana

I felt the quake in Hot Springs Montana about 12:30 AM MDT on July 6 2017. A moderate earthquake with magnitude 5.8 (ml/mb) was detected on Wednesday, 9 kilometers (6 miles) from Lincoln in Montana. The M5.8 earthquake is the largest earthquake in years hitting the region of Yellowstone national park in Montana. It was felt in Oregon and Washington state. A moderate earthquake with … Continue reading Largest earthquake in years: M5.8 earthquake rocks Northwest of Yellowstone national park in Montana

Montana Just Royally Pissed Off Every Muslim In Their State With What They Did To Them Today!

The world is watching as the horrific acts of terrorism in London and other parts of Europe unfold today, as now two groups of people have found themselves on the receiving end of Islamic hate. We can either learn or be doomed to the same here in the U.S., and Montana is taking measures into their own hands to prevent the latter from happening — royally … Continue reading Montana Just Royally Pissed Off Every Muslim In Their State With What They Did To Them Today!

Montana continues to fight REAL ID Act implementation

HELENA –The deadline passed Monday for the State of Montana to comply with the REAL ID Act and Governor Steve Bullock wants the federal government to suspend the measure’s implementation. Gov. Bullock says Montana driver’s licenses and state identification cards are enough as secure forms of id. (Click to Article) Continue reading Montana continues to fight REAL ID Act implementation