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[Please note: Letters to the Editor must contain name, address and daytime phone number. To get published , be brief, to the point, and do not call names or put labels on people. ) Most of these have an online form.

Billings Gazette
PO Box 36300
Billings, MT 59107-6300
Fax: 406-657-1208
Email: speakup@billingsgazette.com
Website: www.billingsgazette.com
Limit: 250 words

Bozeman Daily Chronicle
PO Box 1188
Bozeman, MT 59771
Fax: 406-582-2656
Email: citydesk@dailychronicle.com
Website: www.bozemandailychronicle.com
Limit: 300 words

Daily Inter Lake
727 East Idaho Street
Kalispell, MT 59901
Fax: 406-752-6114
Email: newsed@dailyinterlake.com
Website: www.dailyinterlake.com has online form.
Limit: 300 words•

Great Falls Tribune
205 River Drive South
Great Falls, MT 59405
Fax: 406-791-1431
Email: tribletters@greatfallstribune.com
Website: www.greatfallstribune.com
Limit: 300 words
Must be written and signed by its author and submitted to the Tribune only

Helena Independent Record
Readers' Alley
PO Box 4249
Helena, MT 59604
Fax: 406-447-4052
Email: irstaff@helenair.com
Website: http://www.helenair.com
Limit: 200 words

PO Box 8029
Missoula, MT 59807-8029
Fax: 406-523-5294
Email: oped@missoulian.com
Website: www.missoulian.com
Limit: 300 words

Missoula Independent
Please keep submissions under 400 words.
Mail to: Missoula Independent, 115 S. Fourth St. W., Missoula 59801
Fax: (406)543-4367
Online submission form: http://www.missoulanews.com/News/Letters/LetterTo.asp

Montana Standard
25 West Granite Street
Butte, MT 59701
Fax: 406-496-5551
Email: editor@lee.net or Roberta.Stauffer@Lee.Net
Website: www.mtstandard.com
Limit: 400 words
Addresses and emails of Montana newspapers and letters to the editor requirements

Havre Daily News
Mail to The Havre Daily News, PO Box 431, Havre, Montana 59501 or use an online form (click on "submit your letter" under "Opinion" in the left-hand column.

Livingston Enterprise
Letters must: (1) Be signed and include your address and phone number. Unsigned letters will not be considered; and (2) Be kept short, and if possible deal with one topic. Preference will be given letters from the Park County area. Mail letters to: P.O. Box 2000 • Livingston, MT 59047 or email enterprise@livent.net.

Miles City Star
Mail letters to P.O. Box 1216 Miles City, MT 59301 or email to mceditor@midrivers.com.

Ravalli Republic
Mail to: Ravalli Republic, 232 West Main, Hamilton, Montana 59840
Fax: 406-363-1767
Email: editor@ravallirepublic.com

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Articles and Information on this site represent the opinion of the writer and are not intended as legal advice. Legal counsel may be needed in dealing with specific access situations and issues.
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