By Melissa Huber, I-O Reporter
Britain’s first female Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher, was once quoted in The News of the World as saying, “My policies are based not on some economics theory, but on things I and millions like me were brought up with: an honest day’s work for an honest day’s pay . . .”
It is this same belief that has inspired a strong work ethic in Aaron and Mary Klette, founders of Klette Electric, PLLC, who say putting their best foot forward and working diligently were things they learned from their parents and growing up in rural Montana. “Customer satisfaction is paramount in our company,” they say, “and we always go the extra mile to ensure that everyone is satisfied with project results.”
By Buck Traxler, I-O Editor
If one is good, then four must be great. That’s the number of candidates that are vying for the county sheriff’s position.
The latest to join the race is 40-year-old Shannon Gabbard, who resides in Valier.
Although he was born in Michigan, Coldwater, Gabbard has spent most of his life in the Big Sky Country.
He has been a deputy with the PCSO for 12 years, and before that he worked at Crossroads Correctional Facility and was a hired hand with the Ninemile Ranger District. He is a high school graduate, and also a graduate of the Montana Law Enforcement Academy.
Dupuyer resident Rita Christiaens read her letter addressed to the Commissioners regarding her concern over the Pierre’s Bar fire debris, its health hazards, and unsightliness and its effects over the entire community.
Ted and Vickie Beck, property owners around Pierre’s Bar and Grill in Dupuyer, were also in attendance to voice their concerns about the hazards of fire debris.