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Articles from the January 8, 2020 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    January 8, 2020

New Year's Resolutions, keeping them. making them, or not at all

"I never do that!" Surprisingly that was the response most of the time when I asked if they had a New Year Resolution. One said, "Yes, I'm going to. One that has a low bar and easy to accomplish."...

 
 By Lindsay Boyce    News    January 8, 2020

4th Annual Big Sandy American Legion Coyote Derby

This year we kicked off the 4th Annual Big Sandy American Legion Coyote Derby with 25 teams. Despite terrible wind and warmer weather the first day, we had 78 coyotes brought in. By Sunday night,...

 

Colleen Brady Honored by Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Helena

Colleen Brady graduated from Big Sandy High School in 1973. Her father, Bill Brady and her mother Ramona owned the Pep's Bar. They built the bowling Alley. After their divorced she remarried Jim...

 
 By Tyler Lane    News    January 8, 2020

Green Acres

Dr. R. G. Mortimer, a Veterinarian from Colorado State University has written a nice handout on Calving and Handling Calving Difficulties. The Chouteau County Extension Office has a handout available. Our office can e-mail it to you, or you can come...

 

New Year, New Perspective Inspired by Japanese Culture

This last fall, local Vanessa Janssen traveled with her daughter Liana to Japan. They were joined by Vanessa's parents, sister, and her sister's boyfriend. The reason for their family reunion? To visi...

 

DPHHS responds to new federal law that raises the minimum age of sale of tobacco products

State health officials said today that tobacco product retailers in Montana should comply with a new federal law and discontinue tobacco product sales to those under the age of 21. Federal compliance checks will continue to occur under the new...

 

Beverly Iris (Stenhjem) Williams

Beverly Iris (Stenhjem) Williams passed away on December 17, 2019 in Missoula due to natural causes. At her request, cremation has taken place and a memorial celebration of her life will be held in th...

 
 By Janell Barber    News    January 8, 2020

Getting By

Did the holiday season treat you well with many delicious treats that have you feeling like you overindulged? Or, feeling a bit sedentary and wanting to get some activity into your day? Physical activity during the winter months is challenging. It...

 

Senior Center News

Thursday, January 9- Hot Hamburger sandwich, mashed poatoes, veggie and carrot salad. Friday, January 10- Super Nacho’s and dessert. Monday, January 13- Biscuits & sausage gravy, with eggs, and fruit. Tuesday, January 14- Apple bacon pork roast,...

 

Patching Cracks

In 2001, a study was done in England that looked at motivation to exercise. A large group of subjects was divided into three groups. One was the control group, which was told to simply track how often they worked out. Another group was exposed to...

 

The Needs of the Chouteau County Cancer Support Group

Our organization wants to thank everyone for supporting our efforts. It is because of the support throughout the county that we are able to offer assistance to individuals diagnosed with cancer. The most important thing you can do for us is to...

 

Big Sandy Blood Drive, next one Feb. 26

The Big Sandy Blood Drive December 30th had 29 units collected. Of those there were three first time donors. Congratulations to Larry Brumwell who has donated 9 gallons, Rose O’Neil with 3 gallons donated and Linda Finke with 1 gallon donated....

 

Big Sandy Medical Service SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE

Big Sandy Medical Services Foundation is pleased to announce they will once again be awarding scholarships to students pursuing a medical career. For the 2020-2021 college year, up to three $300 scholarships will be given – one to a graduating...

 

River Ramblings North

The holiday seasons are here and going fast. Virgelle Christmas Sale was a blast. For me, the Virgelle Christmas weekend isn’t about what you buy; it’s about saying high. I get to greet all and hand out a little cheer in the snack nook. Friends...

 
 By Sean Janssen    Sports    January 8, 2020

Boys' hoops lose squeaker at home, outclassed in FB

Almost two weeks removed from their previous game, the Big Sandy boys basketball team hit the floor this weekend with unsatisfying results of differing kinds. The Pioneers were unable to get off a...

 
 By Sean Janssen    Sports    January 8, 2020

Pioneer girls unable to climb back from deficits

The Big Sandy girls found themselves in an early hole against both their weekend hardcourt opponents and the Lady Pioneers could not climb all the way out in either matchup. The Pioneers (0-3, 1-5)...

 

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