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Hi-Line Funeral Services of Montana

Hi-Line Funeral Services of Montana is located in Havre but specializes in services for the entire Hi-Line and towns southeast of Havre as well. The company is known for it's friendly and helpful...

A trilogy of Thanksgiving traditions

Midge Edwards said that her family lived for a long time in west central Minnesota. She was a Geyer and her father passed away when she was very young so her mother, who knew that there were...

"Visions of Christmas Past" Big Sandy Christmas Stroll News Auction and Honoring Elaine Courtnage

This year the Big Sandy Chamber of Commerce decided that instead of auctioning off craft items, they would honor Elaine Courtnage by auctioning off some things that meant a great deal to her. The...

Montana sends the National Christmas tree to Washington

The National Christmas Tree passed through Big Sandy Friday morning on its way to Washington DC. It was quiet the sight, with full security...

Despite recent snow, bears are still active - hunters must be bear aware

Recent grizzly bear attacks involving hunters reinforces the importance of being bear aware in Montana, even with a thick layer of snow on the ground in most parts of the state. During the past...

Green Acres

Christmas Tree Care There are many “tips” to caring for a Christmas tree that propose to make it last longer or stay greener. In truth, all a tree really needs to maintain freshness is adequate water. This is easily done by using the proper...

Getting by

November is American Diabetes Month - PREDIABETES One in three American adults has prediabetes, but only 10 percent know they have it. Prediabetes is when blood glucose (sugar) level are higher than normal, but not high enough to be diagnosed as...

Senior Center News

By Robert Lucke Contact the Senior Citizen Cooks at 378-2405 and remember when ordering meals to go, order them before 10:30am on the day you need the meals. Happy Thanksgiving from all at the Senior Citizen Center! Lunch menus for the coming week...

Pioneer News

Due to an early deadline for publishing this issue of “The Mountaineer”, we were not able to get any school news. We will catch up with that next week. Here are breakfast and lunch menus for the coming week. Wednesday, November 22 - NO SCHOOL...

Bear Paw Meanderings

I have interviewed many people about their Thanksgiving dinners through the years. I have yet to tell anyone of my Thanksgiving disaster. I think that if they did have one, they buried it, because it was so horrible. In my family there were two...

My Answer

Q: I hate to admit this, but my wife and I never got along, and when she died last year I wasn’t all that sorry. But now I desperately miss her. I wish I could make up for those lost years. What’s wrong with me? A: One reason I wanted to...

Patching Cracks

I’ve been going to the gym every day for months and have been enjoying it, but I discovered that the gains in my weight training and general fitness, which I experienced during my earlier days of working out, slowed gradually and reached a point...

@ THE JEFF REICHELT MEMORIAL LIBRARY

Don’t forget that Story Time at the library is every Wednesday at 10:30am. Lego Club is every second and fourth Friday at 11am. This week Darlene has chosen “16TH SEDUCTION” by Maxine Paetro to review. Fifteen months ago detective Lindsay...

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