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Hutchinson and Kassmier Battle in HD 27 Primary

Two Republicans are running in the June 5 primary to represent House District 27 in the Montana House of Representatives. First-term state Rep. Jim O’Hara, R-Fort Benton, did not to seek a second term. Instead, he is challenging incumbent Robert Pasha for a seat on the Chouteau County Commission. In his place Darrold Hutchinson, from north of Hingham, and Joshua Kassmier of Fort…

Mark Peterson for Hill County Commissioner

Hill County Commissioner Mark Peterson is seeking a second-term, but he will first need to fend off a challenge from political newcomer Dana Kjersem in Tuesday’s Democratic primary race. The winner will square off against Independent Dale Hansonl in November. Peterson, now the chair of the Hill County Commission, said in an April interview that if he wins re-election, he will not run…

Steve Kelly for Senate: Free the Minds of the People

If you’re appalled by corruption, there’s never been a better time to join the fight to stop it. As your Montana senator I will introduce or co-sponsor legislation to address the following issues: Single-payer, universal health care The Affordable Care Act (ACA), built on huge private insurance industry subsidies, cannot be fixed. The ACA must be replaced by a universal, single-payer,…

Here’s where you can vote in Hill and Blaine counties

Stay tuned to The Herald for the latest updates as ballots are counted tonight. And watch for election stories tomorrow.  The following are the Hill County precincts:  Precincts 1,7, 8, 9: Havre High School gym  at 900 18th Street Havre, MT  Precincts 2, 10, 14 and 25: St. Jude’s Parish Center at 440 7th Ave. in Havre Precinct 3, 13, 15 and 16:…

Jury Summation: Alley and Randolph on why Hill County Should Choose Them

“The county attorney’s office is not as approachable as it should be, and it has been very difficult for me and other attorneys to get ahold of the county attorney to deal with any  pending legal matters.” -Randolph Hill County residents will soon have their third attorney in two years. Since there is no Republican running for the position, the…

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