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Articles from the November 10, 2021 edition

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 By Zoe Merrill    News    November 10, 2021

Community Decay Ordinance nears completion

The city council met to have a work meeting for Ordinance No 20021-1, Community Decay Ordinance. Besides the city council members, five residences attended and expressed their opinions about having such an ordinance. The next action the council is...

 

Veteran's Day Spotlight: Dale Morey

Veteran's Day is nearly upon us, and it is important to take the time to remember the men and women who served our country, ensuring our freedom and safety. "Freedom isn't free. That has been my...

 

Baroque Concert Tour visits Big Sandy

Sonata Tramontana -- “across the mountains,” Perhaps you have heard the saying by the old composer? “If it ain’t Baroque, don’t fix it!” This joke may be a groaner, but the upcoming free concert by Baroque Music Montana is sure to bring...

 

Green Acres

Grain Storage Inspections Should Begin Close to Thanksgiving Inspecting grain bins for pests on or before Thanksgiving is a great rule of thumb for Chouteau County producers. The Lesser grain borer Rhyzopertha dominica is one of the most injurious...

 

New Report Lists COVID-19 as Third Leading Cause of Death in Montana

State health officials continue to urge Montanans to get vaccinated The Department of Public Health and Human Services (DPHHS) has released a new report that ranks COVID-19 associated deaths as the third leading cause of death in 2020 and will...

 

Patching Cracks

In ancient Israel, every Jewish boy would learn the Torah in school. Specifically, they would memorize the Jewish religious writings starting at an early age until the rabbi teaching them decided they had reached their potential as students. At that...

 

Getting By

A recent “Getting By” article included information about accessing your free annual credit report. There are some important things to look for when reviewing your credit report. One of the first things to check is your personally identifiable...

 

Senior Center News

Thursday, November 11- Veteran’s Day $10.00 Roast Beef, carrots, green salad, Jell-o salad, and dessert. Friday, November 12- Veggie Soup, Tuna sandwich, and dessert. Monday, November 15- Crunchy Chicken casserole, veggie, carrot salad, and...

 

Skunks at large in Big Sandy this fall

With the arrival of fall the air begins to fill with the signs of the season: crisp frost, the smell of fireplaces in the morning, and the odor of skunks wandering through town. This year is no differ...

 

Playing the age card

Every day in the news, we hear of people playing the race card or the gender card. Both cards are deemed to be in the wrong. The consensus is, don’t play the race card or the gender card! Well, I’m going to tell you about a card I have discovered...

 

LIFT Fitness first Pumpkin race

We had 19 runners in the 5k and 6 kids in the youth run. 5k women's winner was Carissa Ray with a time of 31:10. Men's winner was Nate Gregoire time 24:10. Relay winners with a time of 34:10 were...

 

My history comes Alive

You can know what some of your family histories are. I wasn't necessarily interested in my family until my sister, Dena, started digging into it herself. Her friend Liz looked up something for her,...

 

Pioneers eleminate Bearcats and roll into Semi-Finals 50-14

The Pioneers have been rolling. This past weekend, they went to Stanford and beat Denton-Geyser-Stanford-Grass Range-Winnett 50-14 to advance to the Class C 6-man football Semi-Finals. Kody Strutz...

 

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