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Friendiness - 7/25/2015
I am black, my husband is white; all I've ever wanted to do is visit the lakes and mountains of Montana. I am wondering how likely it is to be accepted there in terms of jobs (going for PA), friends, schools, etc. I know Montana has a very low population of black people, so it's not too farfetched to estimate that most won't know what to think of me. Thanks in advance, for anyone who can answer. Read More

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Naples, Florida - 4/3/2013
Need a change of scene. Naples is far south--takes a long time to get out of Florida if Read More

From Maine to Montana - 2/25/2013
I have always wanted to come to Montana , now that my husband an I are in our 40's,We now want to travel. We have live here in Maine most of our life. My husband is a Manger for 15 years for Battery & Tire Warehouse, He's been with the company for 17 years. We own our home here in Maine.We are laid back married couple love the country setting,fishing,camping,4 wheeling,the door life,no bar life So my questions are. Whats the best Town to maybe open a business (Battery & Tire)Garage for my husband ,but a house in the Read More

Relocating to Montana just not sure what town to p - 2/8/2010
My husband and I are in our 30's and have 4 children. We live in a small eastern oregon town less than 8,000 people. So there is not much to do. We do have the great outdoors however and we fish, hike, go boating, ride our horses and stay active however we can. We are simple people who enjoy the small town lifestyle. We don't mind a town that does not offer the night life and bar scene. We are friendly and outgoing but like people who are also comfy with the small town atmoshere kinda "red necky" but not like a Foxworthy. We enjoy our children and want them to have good schools and sports programs. Getting mixed signals on Kalispell but all in all we like what the town offers. We have never been there but we will do a pre-screen of the towns before we move this spring. We want more sun that clouds and we have huge winters with lots of snow now so I don't think we will Read More

Montana is the Best Last Place - 9/26/2009
This state has got to be the greatest in the Union. Why? For me the #1 reason is the quality of life. The people in Montana are a kind and hospitable bunch. My husband and I have transferred all over the US because of his job, our last relocation being from Seattle to Montana. I hope we never ever leave this beautiful place and the warm hearted people who live Read More

Max tax rate wrong - 7/11/2009
Max tax rate in Montana is 6.9%, not 10%. But, no sales tax. Nice when you buy a Read More

too cold - 2/24/2009
i hate Read More

voter registration - 6/26/2008
Montana does not register voters by party. One simply registers to vote. In primary elections, voters are given ballots with all candidates from all parties. The voter then choses one party and votes for his candidates in that party. This is a result of early an early 20th century election where there was a turnout of about 107% and there was no secret Read More

Whoo Hoo! - 4/29/2007
I chose to live in Montana for a number of reasons - First choice would be Alaska but I am still unable to make it up there so I guess for now I will have to settle on Montana. I have lived in many states and Montana is a perfect spot for me because I love my freedom and space to go explore without running into crowds of people - Which I absolutly Read More

changing fast - 4/6/2007
I was born and raised here and it has been "discovered". In the sad tradition of Aspen and Lake Tahoe, that which once brought people here is being destroyed by those who came. An ineffective zoning and growth plan has lead to sprawl in all directions. The cost of living here far exceeds what the wages here can support and those at or below poverty, most of whom were natives, is increasing. Million dollar trophy homes are going up all over with owners that come by for a couple weeks of the year, otherwise they simply raise the taxes on the populace they moved in on. There is no place more beautiful in the summer nor more gloomy and gray in the winter. Weather extremes are common. Air quality is much poorer that most would have suspected in the high mountains unless you are familiar with the term "inversion". Growth is also taking a heavy toll on water quality.

The northwest area of Montana has held the highest fatality rate on the state highways for some time now Read More


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