Articles from the January 3, 2024 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    January 3, 2024

New Year Goals: Get in Shape

Both the Big Sandy High School and Lift can help you achieve the goal of getting healthy in 2024. "Big Sandy School District strives to make the building available to the public for community...

 
 By Jessica Ophus    News    January 3, 2024

Big Sandy Medical Center looks forward to 2024

2023 brought a lot of progress to the goals at BSMC. The end of the calendar year will not end our production though. 2024 will bring a continued effort to get the new building completed and begin clinic operations there, final set up of the new...

 
 By Erik Sietsema    News    January 3, 2024

Big Sandy Food Bank receives genereous donation from Big Sandy Schools and First Bank

The Big Sandy Food Bank closed out its calendar year with a generous gift from students at Big Sandy Schools and First Bank of Montana. The gift helped augment the food bank's stores in a time where...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    January 3, 2024

Green Acres

Max Ag will sponsor Golden Triangle Cropping Seminar on January 11 in Fort Benton Montana State University Extension will host its annual cropping seminar series in Fort Benton on January 11, 2024. Registration begins at the Ag Center (1205 20th...

 
 By Ron Wiens    News    January 3, 2024

Big Sandy Community Amazingly Generous

Having worked in Big Sandy for over a year now, one thing that continually amazes me is the generosity of the people who call this town home. And by generosity, I’m not just talking about money, but of time. The members of the Rotary Club give...

 

Letter to the Editor

Best restaurant in town! The SENIOR CENTER has an amazing menu! Fantastic, cooks and exciting foods that I had never heard of. They really put a lot of a love and creative work into their meals. My favorite was chicken stirfry on rice cooked just rig...

 

Theresa Marie Matlosz

Theresa Marie Matlosz, 73, of Big Sandy, passed away on Friday, November 10, 2023. She was born on December 5, 1949, to Alfons and Clara (Kovach) Matlosz in Fort Richardson, Alaska. Theresa moved to... Full story

 

Joanne Lee Gasvoda Ford

Joanne Lee Gasvoda Ford, 83, went to be with the Lord on December 20, 2023 in Victor, MT with her daughter, Kim and her faithful dog, Colby, at her side. She was born on July 22, 1940 in Havre, MT to... Full story

 

Patching Cracks

I have been writing columns for the Mountaineer for around 11 years. At different times, these articles have dealt with marriage, family, spirituality, depression, other mental health issues, and a plethora of other topics. Every year over New...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    Opinion    January 3, 2024

Thoughts with Zoe

A new year is always a time for reflection. During December, I heard the word hope many times and realized I needed to renew my hope. Life is hard, and sometimes depression tells us the future is bleak. Listening to politics never mentions how the...

 
 By Emiene    Opinion    January 3, 2024

Read More: a great way to start a new year

Are you a reader? I am a definite wannabe reader! I absolutely love searching for books, buying books, and having a ton of books! Have I read them all? NOPE! I have good intentions of reading them, and sometimes I do, but if the book doesn’t...

 

Basketball Action before Christmas

The Mountaineer didn't have room to publish the results of the last basketball games in the Christmas edition, so we present a brief rundown of the games here. Against DGSG, the Big Sandy Varsity...

 
 By Zoe Merrill    Sports    January 3, 2024

Eli Dixon: an Example of True Sportsmanship

It's the perfect article to start the New Year-a true example of doing something special for your friends. I didn't even know Levi would play basketball this year until I saw him play in the game. It...

 

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