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Graduates celebrate completion of the April 4 and 5 ASIST training at Fort Harrison Army Base. PHOTO COURTESY: CHERRI SCHMAUS

Suicide Series Part Four

My own struggle was revealed in the first part of this series. I lost someone. He was brilliant and kind, gregarious and handsome. That loss gutted me in every possible way. As he started his military career a Marine, I joined Team Rubicon in memoriam of him.

The show was high energy, lots of fun and had fantastic choreography.

Big Sky students have talent

The Warren Miller Performing Arts Center was greeted with the sound of basketballs, cheering and singing in Big Sky Broadway’s performance of “High School Musical” on April 5 and 6. It was the largest Big Sky Broadway production to date with 23 Big Sky High School cast and crew members. 

An overcast day in Helena, the Legislature has been hashing-out hot button topics like sage grouse protection and concealed carry in the House chamber before the second reading of SB 241.

One more hurdle

Senate Bill 241 is now heading to the Gov. Steve Bullock's desk after making it past the third reading on the House floor with a vote of 71-29 on April 9 and past the second reading at the Montana House of Representatives by a vote of 75-24 on April 8. 

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