Spirit

WOW. That’s all I can say after reading Firefly’s latest entry about Great Falls, and how our wonderful community is not – and should not be – just like Missoula, or Bozeman, etc. But I don’t want to be Billings or Missoula. I don’t want to be like anywhere else. I want us to be Great Falls, Montana. I want us to grow in a way that will support the reasons I live here. Want…


No Lab Coat Required

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: If anyone is interested in helping out at the Science Fair, March 4, 0800-1500, Civic Center, please call Jan @ 771-0003. It’s sort of a fun thing to do and Jan says it’s going to be more difficult than usual rounding up judges due to military deployments. There’s alway drinks and food there….that oughta help ya out some. Briefing will take place at 0800 before the students arrive. If you know of…


What’s In A Name?

The Tribune posted the results of the poll that asked readers if there is a better nickname for our city…apparently “The Electric City” doesn’t quite ring as true as it once did. The majority of responses appear to focus on the gusty wind that we get here: The Windy City. Variations on that theme included “The Windiest City on Planet Earth” and “The Windier City.” However, when student responses were taken out of the equation,…


e-Trib

Noticed an ad in the Tribune the other day for the deluxe online version of the paper, which you can try out right here. It’s pretty nifty – you can view every page and all of the content of the dead-tree version, but would you pay more than $15.00/month for this? But if you’re already a subscriber to the print version, it’s only a few bucks more. Hm…worth considering. I’d never subscribe to the hard-copy…


Enceladus In Concert

Some hot concert dates for the modern-alt rock band Enceladus coming up – mark your calendar! February 28 at Machinery Row (in The Breaks); March 11 at The Loading Zone; March 17 at Club Cigar; April 21 at Bert ‘n’ Ernies That’s TONIGHT at Machinery Row – being billed as “Grand Opening Week!”


Eagle Mount

(forwarded to me by SallyT) If you’ve never heard of Eagle Mount, this is what it’s all about: Eagle Mount Provides therapeutic and recreational activities for children and adults with physical, mental or behavioral challenges, striving to improve the quality of life for them and their families. Among the activities that Eagle Mount provides and promotes: Swimming, Skiing, Summer Water Activities, and Horsemanship. If you’d like to help this worthy organization, here’s your chance: two…


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