Been far, far too long since I did a good old-fashioned link roundup. Here we go:
Jack over at The Western Word offers his thoughts about the continuing saga of Barry Beach, who was convicted in 1983 of killing a Montana teen in 1979. A little over a year ago, Beach was released from the Montana State Prison when a judge determined that Beach should get a new trial. Last week, the Montana Supreme Court said no, he doesn’t get a new trail, and Beach was sent back to prison to serve the rest of his 100-year sentence.
Heather at Moderately Crunchy talks about what it’s like to be a “PWS” – a Person Who Stutters: “I want to tell you a little more about my daily life as a PWS and hopefully clear up some myths and prejudices along the way.”
Claire noticed that a couple of Great Falls natives who achieved fame (for varying definitions of “fame”) in their chosen industry may not ring a bell with most folks: “Welcome to Great Falls, Montana, birthplace of Linda Ann Hopkins and Sheila Young.”