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American Legion Coyote Derby was a grand success

Another year of calving is just around the corner for many in the Big Sandy community and around Montana. The Big Sandy American Legion Coyote Derby started as an idea in 2017 by Mason Ophus, Stephen...

Rotary Announces Christmas light winners

The Big Sandy Rotary Club held its first meeting of 2022 and announced its prizes for the Christmas light displays that adorned the town of Big Sandy during the holidays. The Rotary Club’s Christmas Light Committee met on December 20, 2021. After...

Big Sandy High School Choir to perform on PBS

The Big Sandy Choir traveled to Bozeman this week to make a second appearance on PBS as a part of a fundraising program that features high school choirs from around the state. TJ Bond, Big Sandy's...

The Great Reading Race has begun

The Big Sandy Public Library is hosting a great race this year. This race will not see its competitors traveling around the world, but rather they will be exploring the world through the pages of books. The race pits the librarians and subs against...

Summer Celebration will feature Slam Demo Derby

The Fort Benton Summer Celebration lineup will feature a major addition this year: The Summer Celebration Slam. The Slam is a demolition derby organized by Eric Tadej. Registration is open for...

Green Acres

Agricultural Testing Facility in Chinook Many Chouteau County producers are sending samples to the new agricultural testing facility in Chinook. Because of its location, producers can get test results back in a couple of days rather than a week or...

Lady Pioneers claim their first conference win of the season

With a new and improved look, the Lady Pioneers took the floor with class, wearing new warm-ups (sponsored by Jurenka Farms) and their game face on. They came out determined and ready to play basketball. This season has been one of growth for the...

Pioneers tally two conference wins at home

The Pioneers faced up against 9C opponent the Turner Tornadoes on Friday evening. To start the contest, the Pioneers would start the game slow through the first few minutes of play, but quickly the defense started getting stops, and the offense...

Patching Cracks

Our oldest has been playing trumpet for several years in the school band. My wife loved marching band as a student and has taken the opportunity to give him lessons. It has the benefit of helping him play better, and it gives her a chance to do...

Senior Center News

Wednesday, January 19- Baked Potato Bar and Dessert. Thursday, January 20- Cheeseburgers, baked means and Brownies. Friday, January, 21- Clam Chowder, Green salad, and desserrt. Monday, January 24- Chicken Shawarma, chips, and dessert. Tuesday,...

The Road Trip-The Planning

Well, here we are all hunkered down again in the cold and nastiness of winter. To cheer you up, I thought I would relate a true story. Hopefully, you will get a laugh out of this, even if it’s at my expense. This first article is laying the...

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