30 hour Power Outage effects Big Sandy

Hill County Electric experienced a significant power outage, spanning an area larger than several states. The outage extended from Box Elder to the high line, over to Chester, down to Fort Benton,...

City Council Meeting hears plan for removal of old hotel

The primary order of business at the Big Sandy City Council Meeting was the removal of Big Sandy’s Old Hotel downtown, which was built in 1916. It is full of asbestos, and the discussion was on removing it. Granite Peak Environment, LLC provided...

Amanda Hoffman is a new school trustee

Big Sandy's Postmaster, Amanda Hoffman, is one of our new school board trustees. Kyle Danreuther is the other one and will be featured next week. Amanda has worked for the Postal Service for eight...

Big Sandy High school Carnival Skits 2024

After the return of class skits last year, the school again had class skits. The Freshman won with a skit, Big Sandyville, a modern-day story of an old tale-Cinderella. I'm sure it won because the...

Complete Small Engine Repair highlight

One look at my lawn screams at me to start yard work, but my lawn mower is broken, and it made me think I should do another business highlight. Ron Baumann and his Complete Small Engine Repair...

Big Sandy FFA attends State convention

Big Sandy FFA attended the 94th annual Montana State convention the week of April 2nd through 6th in Billings. Our Ag program took 20 students to participate in the event and compete in various...

Green Acres

Are Your Pine Needles Brown, Red or Purple? It Could be Winterburn. Information from this article comes from Dr. Peter Kolb (MSU Extension Forester). During dry and cold winters, evergreen trees growing in windbreaks or other exposed areas are...

Patching Cracks

When I was in my early elementary school years, one of the teachers showed us a documentary about how climate destruction was going to result in another ice age. The film showed the miserable state of humanity living in perpetual winter and...

Track events explained

As the track season kicks off and the weather beckons us to run, I’m here to guide those who are new to the world of track. It’s a sport where your ultimate rival is yourself. Yes, there are others competing against you, but your goal is to set...

Pioneers continue to improve at the track

The Pioneer track team had two track meets this past week. The first was the Cal Wearley track meet in Havre on Wednesday the 10th. This track meet was huge and lasted a long time (approximately 10...

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