The Monday Memo

Of course I am an organ donor. Who wouldn’t want a piece of this? –Unknown

Today’s independent commentary deals with these people/issues:

  • Montana Legislature – Grades
  • Bullock’s Closed Meeting
  • Ice Breaker Road Closures

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The Monday Memo

People who tolerate me on a daily basis…they’re the real heroes. – Unknown

Today’s independent commentary deals with these people/issues:

  • The Judge & the Dog (Update)
  • Donald & Ann
  • Signing Bibles

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Tuesday’s Quick Hits

Never worry about who will be offended if you speak the truth. Worry about who will be misled, deceived and destroyed if you don’t. – Unknown

Today’s quick hits deal with these important subjects:

  • Fire Hydrants
  • Let the Lawsuits Begin
  • The Pence Speech
  • Roger Stone

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The Monday Memo: Trump’s Weekend, Cell Phone Ordinance, & Playoff Football

The highest form of ignorance is when you reject something you don’t know anything about. – Wayne Dyer

Today’s independent commentary deals with these issues:

  • Trump’s Weekend
  • G.F. Cell Phone Ordinance
  • Playoff Football

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TWW Poll: Cascade County Sheriff/Coroner

One of the more exciting races that I am following this election season is the race for Sheriff/Coroner of Cascade County (Great Falls) Montana.

So that is this week’s poll question: Who will you vote for in the Cascade County Sheriff/Coroner race?

For more information about Bob Rosipal, click HERE or HERE.

For more information about Jesse Slaughter, click HERE or HERE.

If you do not see the poll, click on “more.”

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Reminder: Vote for Schools & Parks

An investment in knowledge pays the best interest. – Benjamin Franklin

If you live in Great Falls, there’s an election tomorrow (Tuesday, May 8) for schools and parks. If you have not returned your ballot, it’s too late to mail it. You should take it to the elections office at 325 2nd Ave N. in Great Falls or to the Exhibition Hall at the fairgrounds in Great Falls on election day (7am-8pm).

If you have questions about the elections call the elections office at (406) 454-6803.

Please vote for the schools and parks!

Here is some information on both if you are undecided (Click to enlarge):

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Vote YES for Great Falls Kids!

Some might think of the upcoming bond measures for Great Falls Public Schools (GFPS) as the “go big or go home” plan to raise money for public schools. The two bond measures, if approved, will raise $98.8 million to construct, renovate, and modernize the public schools in Great Falls, Montana.

If approved it will cost someone with a $150k home just $8.59 per month. That’s really not that much of an investment to have nicer and safer schools for generations to come.

When I decided to leave the military over 24 years ago, one reason my family and I stayed in Great Falls was because of the outstanding public schools. I could have moved anywhere in the United States, but I picked Great Falls, Montana, to raise a family. Now my kids have graduated from GFPS and they received an excellent education. By the way, the music department in GFPS is second to none.

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