Montana Cannabis: Medical vs Recreational Sales Tax
This article is sponsored by the www.MMJ.com telemedicine clinic. Click this link to learn more about the Montana medicinal cannabis program. Montana charges a 4% tax on medical marijuana and marijuana products sales and 20% tax on adult use marijuana and marijuana products sales.
Dollar General Opens its First-Ever Montana Store
This article is based on corporate postings and accredited media reports. Linked information within this article is attributed to the following outlets:ScrapeHero.com, Dollar General, and WinsightGroceryBusiness.com.
Montana “Old Farmer’s Almanac” Advice for October 1-7, 2023
This post includes content written by AI. As the golden hues of autumn grace the vast landscapes of Montana, residents and visitors alike find solace in the wisdom and guidance provided by The Old Farmer's Almanac. For the week of October 1-7, 2023, the Almanac offers a plethora of advice, particularly focusing on vegetable and flower gardening, as well as astronomy.
Montana Arraignment proceedings for 9 individuals in Federal Court.
The U.S. Attorney's Office has made an official announcement regarding the arraignment or appearance of several individuals before U.S. Magistrate judges this week. These individuals are facing indictments from the Grand Jury or criminal complaints. It is important to note that these charging documents only serve as accusations, and all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.
Long-Awaited Texas Roadhouse Restaurant “Opening Soon” in Montana
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The Best places to live in Montana for families
Montana is the 4th largest state in the US. Its rich geography, consisting of valleys, canyons, mountains, and caverns, attracts those who appreciate nature. Not only that, various sectors like mining, energy, forestry, and agriculture provide opportunities to many.
Countdown Alert: Montana Residents Have 8 Days Left to Claim Up to $675 Tax Rebate
Montana residents are currently facing a unique opportunity to ease the burden of property taxes with a limited-time offer of a tax rebate worth up to $675 per taxpayer. With just over a week left to take advantage of this offer, here's what you need to know.
Claim Montana's $675 Property Tax Rebate: Deadline Oct. 1
Montana residents now have less than three weeks to apply for the property tax rebate. Eligible homeowners can apply for the property tax rebate from Montana by visiting the online portal which opened last month.
Slang words to use when you travel to Montana: No one will know you're a tourist!
Montana is known for its stunning landscapes, rugged wilderness, and warm-hearted people. If you're visiting the Treasure State and want to connect with locals, there's no better way than by speaking their language—figuratively, of course. So, here's your guide to Montana slang that'll help you blend in seamlessly. Following are some slang words and phrases I learned when I visited, along with using useful sources cited below, to help you fit right in and make the most of your getaway:
Montana “Old Farmer’s Almanac” Advice for September 24-30, 2023
This post includes content written by AI. As the golden hues of autumn grace the vast landscapes of Montana, residents and visitors alike find solace in the tranquil beauty of Big Sky Country. The week of September 24-30, 2023, brings forth valuable advice from The Old Farmer's Almanac, guiding enthusiasts in vegetable and flower gardening, as well as offering a glimpse into the celestial wonders above.
Do you know these 5 notable celebrities from Montana?
Montana, often referred to as "Big Sky Country" due to its vast landscapes and natural beauty, is not just known for its stunning scenery. In this article, we'll introduce you to five notable celebrities with strong connections to Montana, shedding light on their achievements and the impact they've made in various fields.
Montana Residents: Claim Your $675 Property Tax Rebate!
Residents of Montana still have a limited window of 16 days to take advantage of a property tax rebate program that could provide them up to $675 in relief per taxpayer. The initiative was approved earlier this year by Governor Greg Gianforte and marked a welcome opportunity for eligible homeowners to ease their tax burden.
Grizzly Bear Mutilates Navy Veteran By Tearing Off Jaw, Story of Survival
BIG SKY, Montana ----- A man is in critical but stable condition after having his jaw ripped off by a grizzly bear, while trying to take on the 10-foot animal with his bare hands, after being ambushed inside the Custer Gallatin National Forest, just outside Big Sky, last Friday, his family confirmed; WFXRTV.com, the New York Post reports. Rudy Noorlander, 61, a Navy veteran who owns an outdoor adventure company, was reportedly leading a group of hunters trying to find a deer they had shot on the Yellow Mule Trail when they encountered two bears, Gallatin County Sheriff Search and Rescue said. “The grizzly left a large scratch down his right chest, bit his arms, legs,” his daughter, KateLynn Noorlander, wrote on a GoFundMe page for “the bravest and strongest man I know”; the New York Post reports. “And to top it all off, his daughter continues,[the bear] gave him as what Rudy describes as the most disgusting French kiss of his life before biting down and tearing off his lower jaw.”
Montana Residents Eligible for $675 Stimulus Checks in September
In a timely boost for eligible citizens of Montana, September brings the opportunity to claim a much-needed stimulus check worth $675. While the Federal Impact checks have concluded, several states across the United States are taking matters into their own hands, offering tax rebates, credits, and even Guaranteed Income Programs to support their residents. If you reside in Montana, now is the time to seize this financial lifeline, but be mindful of the impending deadline: October 1, 2023.
Washington Man Sentenced to 23 Years for Drug Trafficking in Montana
MISSOULA, Montana - David Loren Waldeck, a 58-year-old resident of Port Orchard, Washington, has been sentenced to 23 years in prison followed by 5 years of supervised release for trafficking methamphetamine, fentanyl, and cocaine in Lake County, Montana last year. U.S. District Judge Donald W. Molloy handed down the sentence after a jury found Waldeck guilty in April 2023.