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Is Bullying an Issue in the Big Sandy High School?

The definition of bullying is the use of intimidation or strength to influence someone negatively. Bullying is repetitive and harmful. It is meant to bring someone down into a negative state. There are five categories of bullying: physical, verbal,...

Big Sandy Ambulance Crew are Local Heroes

According to Big Sandy's local Fire Chief Larry Ophus the local EMT (Emergency Medical Technicians) service "doesn't get the acknowledgement they deserve and are under appreciated". He says the fire ...

Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission Approves 2018-2019 Hunting Season Structures, Regulations

Commission approves limited draw for mule deer bucks in part of HD 103 The Montana Fish and Wildlife Commission convened February 15 in Helena and approved hunting season structures and regulations for 2018 and 2019. The five-member Commission is a...

It's Chilly Out, Time for Chili

February 22 is National Chili Day. Picture all the hard-working people in Big Sandy, those shoveling snow, digging out neighbors, driving road plows till 2:00 am. Why not celebrate our community by...

Senior Center News

The Senior Center will hold a series of Diabetes classes starting at the Big Sandy Medical Center March 8 at 7:30 p.m. and classes will them met at the Senior Center every Thursday through April 12. Menus for the week: Thursday, February 22-...

Basketball Seniors Review Their Year

It was impossible to travel on some of the county roads to get to Havre to support the Pioneers in their basketball game at the District Tournament in Havre. Some parents couldn’t even make the trip to cheer on their daughters. We could listen to...

Free Diabetes Classes Offered for Big Sandy Seniors

(Big Sandy, Mont.) – Diabetes affects people of all ages, but it occurs more often in older adults. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than one in every four Americans over the age of 65 has diabetes. Diabetes...

Pioneer News

The High School students will be taking their Ski Trip to Showdown March 9. Permission slips will be handed out this week. The first day of Track practice will be March 12. Menus for the week- Thursday, February 22- Breakfast: Pancake Wrap,...

Getting by

The week of February 26-March 3, 2018 is America Saves Week. It is a national effort to promote good savings behavior and encourage individuals to assess their own saving status. It can be hard to put aside money for savings when we can be...

The Jeff Riechelt Memorial Library holds Open House

The Jeff Reichelt Memorial Library, would like to thank everyone in our town that came out to celebrate the library being in our new building for a year. On Tuesday February 13th there was a raffle to The Grocery Store donated by the Friends of the...

Big Sandy girls, boys seasons come to an end at the District 9C

The Big Sandy boys and girls basketball teams competed, start to finish every game they played this season and after this weekends District 9C tournament in Havre it is now over with. The girls...

Patching Cracks

One of the most frequent complaints I encounter in pastoral counseling settings is the feeling that folks just don’t have their lives together. They aren’t doing well as a spouse, parent, homeowner, employee, etc. It’s typically the case that...

My Answer

Q: I don’t see how anyone can be a scientist and still believe in God. Why believe in God, when science can explain everything that happens? I’m in high school, and I hope to major in medical research when I get to college. A: Your interest in...

@ THE JEFF REICHELT MEMORIAL LIBRARY

Love and Other Consolation Prizes , by Jamie Ford. For twelve-year-old Ernest Young, a charity student at a boarding school, the chance to go to the World’s Fair feels like a gift. But only once he’s there, amid the exotic exhibits, fireworks,...

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